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In earlier America, the American dollar was derived from an established amount of gold or silver based on the popular coin of colonial times -- the Spanish milled dollar. Paper receipts for gold and silver warehoused by private enterprises and private banks circulated in the first part of the 1800s. Before the Civil War, both private mint and government precious metal coins were in circulation together. The private mintage actually had a knack for containing a little more silver and gold. These are examples where the currency in America had physical limits on production and thus a natural rarity, true value and stability from an 'organic' base.

However, there were times in American history where the currency caused trouble and chaos. One was the Continental currency: a paper-only money printed during the Revolutionary War. States printing their own money contributed to the inflationary loss and economic hardship during and after those times. Then three national central banks successively rose and fell suffering the fraud, scandal and inflationary consequences of their paper monies. When the Civil War came about, paper money was issued which resulted in inflationary economic hardships that undoubtedly made reconstruction more difficult.

In other times, history has recorded the debasement arising from such paper money systems like Argentina's relatively recent banking crisis, pre-Nazi Germany, 18th Century France, the Russian Federation's ruble and from long ago the clad-metal debasement of Roman coinage which accompanied the empire's downfall.

Let us instead adhere to a system of exchange where the face value of the currency is much better proportioned by precious metals instead of using today's intrinsic low value notes riddled with national debt.

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1 Silver Wealthcommon (2 oz.) = $75

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*The Wealthcommon face value in USD will not decrease. It will remain constant until an adequate increase in silver's value becomes established long term and/or the US dollar's value adequately decreases long term. Even when silver goes low, a wealthcommon beats the inherent proportions of paper notes.

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*Remember that before a tsunami, the waters recede. The inability of the Fed to raise rates, prospect for another rise of the debt ceiling and Obama's nukes-for-legacy deal with Iran signal an unstable U.S. government whose currency based merely on faith is becoming more and more lacking. There is anticipation of a final major bottom for the money metals before stresses then favor their security-haven qualities. Wealthcommon appreciation would then follow.

*Wealthcommon face value is made up of the value of silver contained, production costs plus leeway to accommodate the short-term fluctuations of silver. Collector's value may help bridge the gap as well.

You can compare the face value to prices of similar silver coins of the world at: www.apmex.com , www.goldmasters.net and www.bullion.nwtmint.com.

Note the purchase minimums and the shipping charges of each site. (Wealthcommon face value usually includes shipping costs.)

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* Cost example: Silver low and high ($19 - $34). Minting cost is $3/ounce ($6/wealthcommon). Thus 2oz. silver costs: $38 to $68 plus $6 minting = $44 to $74 for a wealthcommon. Then consider shipping, year engraving and any plastic capsule charges per wealthcommon.

*There are currently no silver certificates or smaller Wealthcommon denominations.

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*The term "legal tender" simply denotes the official national currency exclusively accepted by government for taxes or fines due. This does not mean other currencies or barter cannot be used for commercial, private or general public use. Therefore, a wealthcommon cannot be referred to as "legal tender" but it is a lawful medium of exchange.

*The Wealthcommon is called a currency, mintage or silver rounds -- not 'coins' or 'money' because such terms are reserved for government circulations. (We're talking absurd legalism here folks -- like who the hell really cares?)

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*Different denominations of the Wealthcommon currency are planned. Distribution will depend on popularity of the current unit Wealthcommon.

*Larger proportions of your precious metal savings can be put into insured storage facilities like GoldMoney or Pecunix to harbor your metals safely from fire and theft. Unfortunately, government confiscation or impedance may be another matter to deal with. Replenish, cloak and disperse your at-home, smaller amounts of precious metal circulations in strategic quantities taking all such matters into account. Arm yourself as the civil order will eventually break down.

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*American Commonwealth Republics is a cyber, ideal vision of America advocated by the Commonwealth Party. Circulators and acceptors of wealthcommons do not need to agree with the policies of the Commonwealth Party any more than passers of U.S. dollars need agree with Democrat or Republican policies, their manipulated two-party ballot system nor the financial antics of the Congress and the Federal Reserve. Wealthcommoners do have an enthusiasm for precious metal currencies and eliminating the debt.

Ask Yourself About the Dollar and the Wealthcommon:

(1) Do you prefer an unbacked currency issued by a manipulative, private bank monopoly masquerading as an official government department whose notes accommodate the phony promises of bankrupting politicians who:

  • Gave us the paltry, failing Social Security system?
  • Waste and overspend government revenues?
  • Use trickery and deceit in their accounting and budget practices?
  • Flaunt corporate welfare and bailouts?
  • Created the punitive, convoluted income tax code, I.R.S. and the welfare state?


Would you prefer a currency dependent on precious metals?

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(2) Do you want to circulate a currency whose buying power falls long term due to inflation and its debt base?


Do you want to circulate a more stable currency whose buying power can rise especially in the bad times likely to come because of the national debt, our debased fiat reserve notes and government mismanagement of our economy?

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(3) Do you trust the nation's currency loaned from foreigners and banksters which has no direct commodity backing where the paper version's intrinsic production value has been quoted at a mere 3 cents?


Do you trust a silver currency that is debt-free whose silver content and production cost is more proportioned to the face value which is set adequately higher to stabilize the currency above common fluctuations in precious metal cost or which acts to limit its issuance when silver corrects?

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(4) Should you depend on a currency that is a high credit note or debt instrument favoring the banksters who issue it? This is not to mention the foreign and domestic sponsors who loan it out while it heads for collapse.


Should you depend on a currency that can preserve its buying power and buoys as silver soars higher over the long term while the dollar heads for ultimate failure?

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(5) Do you want an unconstitutional, illegal currency due to its nil precious metal backing whose issuance is controlled by a constitutionally unauthorized bank association granted power by an abrogating Congress and whose deposits are allocated within a fractional reserve (musical chairs) banking scheme?


Do you want a legal, precious metal, private currency that is not a mechanism of collusion between politicians and banksters?

If you said yes to the latter arguments, then the Wealthcommon is your more favored currency.

.....Forget the Dollar

Imagine if your employer asked that instead of giving you paychecks, they could give you a cash advance off a company credit card where you would pay the interest. Every subsequent cash advance you got in compensation as wages would automatically deduct a minimum based on the interest of previous cash advances given as pay. Would you agree to that deal? Of course not! Yet, when you accept the current US dollar, you are accepting a note or bill that is basically a collective promise to pay off the interest on a cash advance from the Federal Reserve 'credit card'.

Whenever the politicians need to create easy money to spend on otherwise unaffordable pork and spending programs, they too implement the Federal Reserve's cash advance system.

Even with overall economic growth, the more money created to sustain economic circulation is also distributed as a cash advance to the masses!

Endgame for the U.S. Dollar:

A silver or gold currency's intrinsic value is tangible, foundational and inseparable. If the powers at-large want to take advantage of you, then they will implement an unbacked paper and digital currency whose value is based more upon declaration (fiat). Such a currency circulates today that is linked to a national account where they can make secret deals in smoke-filled rooms, spend thrift into debt while appearing to keep financial stability by paying you with more of their unbacked paper and digital ' I.O.U.' money. This is the currency we have today -- Federal Reserve Notes.

The Federal Reserve is akin to a national credit card where every dollar is distributed with interest due, paid back to holders of Treasury Bonds (or securities). Some banksters can yield enormous spread via the difference between the face value of their currency and its intrinsic production value -- not to mention the return on interest. Politicians can make vast promises and they gain much power by implementing the unbacked paper and digital money. If the economy falters, there is the temptation to simply print/upload more easy money to keep things rolling. Consequently, as time passes the ratio of actual labor and production to the amount of money in circulation drops. The interest and debt owed to the backers of the easy money increases and the long-term value of the currency lowers which reflects this collective monetary policy of the nation.

With this type of monetary policy, cycles occur with alternating inflation and deflation with varying occurrence of particular events and indicators along the way. Let's step into one possible time frame where there has been a notable period of low interest rates encouraging the borrowing of easy money. As more money circulates, prices begin to rise and in the mean time wages are slower to make up the difference. Some call on commercial credit markets to fill in the voids in order to sustain their living standards which results in more forwarded money being created. A bubble occurs where speculators borrow in order to buy and then sell seemingly ever rising demand assets. Eventually there is a correction where too many people piled on with sloppy leverage and there is a series of defaults that triggers a credit crunch. Businesses stagger and cannot borrow to continue production and growth. A cycle of deflation occurs where commodities and asset prices fall as some inventories build up while consumers cannot borrow further to spend. Job losses or lower wages spread through the workforce. As the pain progresses, a panic of bailouts and stimulus is enacted by government to spur growth. Down the road this results in price inflation as liquidity soaks into the system. Now to fund the government intervention there must be either higher taxation or government borrowing. Overall, as the cycles progress the system cannibalizes itself where more money is produced, more debt accrues, mania ensues, assets liquify, financials get bailed out, government grows, dollar value falls with risk of job markets and living standards dropping further. The order of these events can vary greatly perhaps with embedded counter rallies and subsequent corrections but heavy debts, growing government and a falling dollar are the long-term endgame symptoms for the monetary system.

When creditors really pull out and money production halts there is a deflationary depression -- factories stop, inventories stagnate, prices drop to hopefully attract sales while people clench their money. Another scenario is a hyperinflationary crisis where money is produced with(out?) abandon trying to keep up appearances and hold economic activity afloat while suffering enormous debt obligations and steep drops in currency value -- sometimes overnight. (Could a stagflationary depression be another possibility?) Notice that these two scenarios are actually acted out on a weaker scale during "normal" times where each serves as justification for the highering or lowering of interest rates on money loaned into the economy by the Federal Reserve. So it is obvious that this type of monetary system destroys itself by slowly implementing successive boom and bust cycles via the money supply -- increasing debt while lowering currency value until there is no room left to compensate for a massive deflationary depression or for a hyperinflationary collapse of the economy. Thus, the need for a Federal Reserve to "manage" the money supply is really a consequence of having such a fiat money system in place to begin with which is incrementing its own destruction!

Luckily in the U.S. this monetary cycle has been greatly stretched out, but nonetheless the eventual end is the same for even a wealthy, superpower nation with a good work ethic. America has been vastly drained of vitality from such an unbacked paper and digital money system. And that's not only in economic terms but social terms as well. Unbacked money concentrates easier wealth in the hands of some elites and worsens conditions for the poverty level, thereby amplifying the absurd luxuries of elites and their wanna-bes while manifesting a state of desperation and crime at the poverty level -- cheapening the culture as a whole. Look around at some of the notorious examples of today's lifestyles of affluent depravity and chrome-plated degenerates.

Meanwhile, you do pay the direct and indirect costs of the Federal Reserve "credit card" through its money-laundering income tax which also invokes imbedded compliance costs at 20-30% of every dollar you spend. As well there is inflation, lower wages, lost job opportunities, the need for and obligations of increased private credit and of course more government growth. However, if the banking powers had to rely on a precious metal currency then they could not produce easy money at will. They with everybody else would have to work for their money -- starting with the gold and silver miners who harvest the metals out of the mines. The money would have a much higher intrinsic value in relation to its circulation value. This provides a better check-and-balance on the incentive to grow the national money supply which will keep it more in tune to real economic growth and population expansion. As with petroleum, adequate gold and silver can be found to satisfy the circulatory demand. Other metals and commodities can be used as well to check our money supply. If a motherload is found, regulation between that circulated as currency and that set aside as commodity will help preserve sound monetary base value. And because living standards are less likely to suffer the inflation, interest and deficits while using a gold and silver currency -- less credit is needed and thus less accumulative debt results. The monetary system becomes even more secure should they abolish fractional reserve banking.

Now can we use growth to get out of the debt? How so can we grow out of the debt while using the Federal Reserve "credit card" monetary scheme? Have you ever known anyone to grow out of debt using a credit card? Can we export our way out? Well, by the world-reserve status of the U.S. dollar we have of late been able to import more than we export despite our debt, so foreign capital cannot be counted upon for net influx. The euro may look better for a time, but it is essentially in the same mess since Europe is also in debt. Note too that many foreign banks and currencies are sured by the depreciating U.S. dollar. An assortment of world unbacked currencies abound, modelling themselves after the fiat dollar. And don't be fooled with U.S. dollar rallies or any paper currency rallies as far as a long-term indicator of security. These basket indicators measure the fiat currencies relative to one another. So, one may look stronger for a time but that can be just because the other currencies in the index are getting relatively weaker. As a matter of fact, some governments and central banks want to weaken their currency in order to encourage exports or tourism and such countries may even be in a competitive race to devalue their currencies!

Despite some historical periods of perceived strength in paper money and of confidence in central banks, the populations have really been fooled by the public relations and manipulations of governments and bank cartels. An adjusted long-term measure against gold, silver or even something like oil (minus the supply disruptions or shorter-term gluts) will tip off the true nature and ultimate decline of fiat currencies. Similarly, over time the price of fast food combos, movie tickets and even ganja are much truer indicators of a fiat currency's performance and final destination as opposed to indexed baskets of floating fiat currencies. Trends indicate that the dollar and the other unbacked monies' downfall are a worldwide economic problem looming. Everyone should become increasingly wary as various world governments are now calling for and even doing in some cases a switch from using the once reliable U.S. dollar as a base or reserve currency in their international transactions.

It is obvious why the checks and balances of a precious metal money system drove the writers of the Constitution to demand such a money for the use of the nation.








Circulating the Wealthcommon:

Generally, initial transactions will depend on personal acceptance by field employees. This will be accomplished by presenting business cards before obtaining goods and services and then offering the currency. The cards act as a facsimile of the currency which includes additional text that will explain the advantages and function of the Wealthcommon. The cards will help illustrate that the currency is not meant for deposit at the confiscatory banks but is instead to be used as a personal savings refuge for the upcoming dollar/bank collapse. Accordingly, it is to be sparingly spent or distributed to patrons along with the accompanying cards to facilitate acceptance and to raise awareness of the impending Great Collapse & Greater Depression.

Besides business cards, we suggest brochures and posters to further the awareness and acceptance of Wealthcommon currency.


Visit the links below to learn more about precious metals, alternative currencies, strategic financing and other issues concerning your money.

Remember that as a personal investment commodity, precious metals can include risk as there will be times of volatility, downturns and corrections even in a bull market which will also provide you with great opportunity to the upside. So do the research, mind the trend and weigh risk and incorporate any disclaimers concerning anyone's predictions & opinions. You are responsible in the end for your investment actions. The larger the sum to invest and more intricate the matter, you may want to consider if you should consult some type of trustworthy personal investment advisor who is in business as such with some accredited title and who has good knowledge and track record for the markets you get into.

Kitco monitors precious metal markets everyday plus they have loads of information with articles, graphs and links for precious metal investors and spectators of the collapsing dollar. They also sell gold/silver coins & bullion.

Goldseek is an investor-oriented site that relays all kinds of information about the gold market. For silver there is Silverseek.

The Bullion Desk and 321Gold offer similar links, information and charts like Goldseek and Kitco plus some of their own unique contributions and different sources to visit.

GoldMoney is a gold 'bank' that converts paper money to gold and back again in various currencies. Use it just like a bank savings account or you can pay for goods by transferring gold or its equivalent in fiat currency to other users. They now also warehouse silver too. Protect your savings and ride the coming tide in gold and silver at GoldMoney.

Pecunix & BullionVault are similar operations like GoldMoney. They warehouse your gold for paper money and can convert it back again.

SD Bullion is what the doctors ordered. They also sell colloidal silver, survival food and as predicted what will become a form of currency in tough times as well -- ammo. They claim to be the lowest cost online retailer.

JM Bullion is a precious metal dealer who offers a guarantee of selling at the overall lowest price relative to spot when the same level of shipping and insurance applies for the matching particular goods of their competitor's. This does not apply to any competitor's forward selling.

Provident Metals has a good general selection as well in a warehouse type setting of bullion and coin.

APMEX has a vast selection for various coins and bullion. Some are foreign or historic. Look for showcase specials. You may also find novelties and accessories like banknote sets or plastic bullion cases.

Northwest Territorial Mint carries some gold and silver coins plus bullion. Look in their bullion sections which have platinum and palladium as well as gold and silver.

Goldline is a buyer and seller of precious metals with some special products and offers. They have price protection for qualifying purchases via two purchase programs: 1 & 2.

Schiff Gold (Euro Pacific Precious Metals) is the precious metal seller associated with the similarly named company Euro Pacific Capital headed by commentator Peter Schiff. They sell only non-numismatics and do not transact online but instead rely on phone orders and seek to sell their inventory at low prices.

Goldmasters is an online seller for gold, silver, palladium and platinum coins and bullion. Notice their shipping charges and their quotes and premiums over spot price.

Sunshine Mint also sells bullion products and like NTM above services custom mint designs. Their minimum order requirements may be higher. Check with them to find out.

American Bullion specializes in transferring typical IRAs into the gold and silver variety.

Scottsdale Silver has some interesting bars and mintage of their own unique design that you may want to check out.

AOCS Mint functioned as an umbrella issuer of copper, silver and gold rounds to be circulated on behalf of various organizations in order to make statements about independence or sound money. However, they have recently been a focus of a fraud investigation. Apparently the brothers running the operation are in legal trouble. Their assets have been seized, so don't buy from their outfits even if they appear to function!

Liberty Dollar silver and gold rounds were distributed by a group formerly known as NORFED (Nat'l Organization for the Repeal of the Federal Reserve). The pieces had been circulating since 1998. Liberty Dollars were also available in digital (eLD) and paper form (silver and gold certificates). Previous versions of the currency have doubled or more in face value and users were able to send their rounds in for re-minting. Liberty Dollars were the most widespread alternative precious metal currency in physical circulation and a recent forerunner in that regard, but the government raided them and shut it down in what appears to be an effort to protect the failing US dollar.

UPDATE: A kangaroo court came up with a guilty verdict against the Liberty Dollar founder. Note that the Liberty Dollar administrators made known to the federal and local governments what they were doing and yet they were not raided until the year 2007! Liberty Dollar had disclaimers that it could not be referenced as an official government-issued money of the United States -- only that it was a lawful currency that could be circulated in combination with official current money. There were complaints where it was found that banks would not accept them despite initial acceptance by faith of field merchants and patrons and the irony is that faith alone backs our official and current fiat monetary system. Conversion back to US dollars was available, though not convenient. Meanwhile, end-of-line holders of the currency have seen its value skyrocket in metal content but also in its eBay listings. It is not illegal to put "$", "dollar(s)" or "USA" directly on merchandise and doing same to integrated price tags does not make items to which they are attached illegal currency when bartered. Therefore taking these and other arguments, the whole case against the Liberty Dollar is moot.

Meanwhile, someone else has obtained the mintwork rights and has resumed issuance of a New Liberty Dollar.

Commodity Discs are silver bullion that have a smart phone code on the back which adds five dollars to the spot price of silver in order to establish a transaction value.

Shire Silver is a commodity currency which uses strips or wires of silver or gold embedded into a plastic card which denotes the weight.

Equity Trade Note issued by Dan El Private Estates is a novel way to circulate gold. Since gold is the most malleable metal, it is possible to laminate an "embossed" foil between paper and polymer and then circulate that as true money. Brilliant!

Valaurum too produces a thin foil certificate made of gold called the Aurum®. It is sold by Sprott in North America. At time of initial post, it is the smallest physical weight of gold for sale on the world market.

The Amero was a conceptual currency for the North American Union. 'Ameros' were said to be just a promotional item. They were a bit expensive but they can be a collectible.

Bitcoin is a grassroots, decentralized digital currency. Its supply is controlled by digital "mining" and its value maintained by inherent scarcity, usefulness and real-world supply and demand.

Antarctica Dollars are a collector issue on polymer paper. They are exchangeable for U.S. dollars and have been sent to Antarctica.

MoneyArt is an artist's site depicting the look of imaginary but convincing currencies - some with a social commentary.

Barter News illustrates the advantages of using barter perhaps in the form of business scrip or "company money". Barter networks and exchanges further prosperity by enabling transactions without need of loans and interest or other possible cash flow obstacles. Reciprocal trade allows for getting goods and services at lower cost while expanding exposure of your company which can provide more potential customers. The positives of barter will become more sought in a harsher economic climate while barter itself will function as a necessary substitute for our demised paper/electronic fiat cash systems. The site has link pages to national and international companies that facilitate barter networking.

Economic Collapse Blog points out the Bancor as the IMF's world unitary, fiat currency originally named and proposed by John Maynard Keynes and its function will be that of a global version of the Federal Reserve. Now if we want real stability and ease we should use gold and silver as the international exchange mediums instead of another debt scheme which will subject the masses to economic slavery and subvert national sovereignties like the Bancorp will.

Dollar Collapse is a site managed by a co-author of a book on the same topic. The first chapter of that book is posted along with news links concerning the unfolding economic and currency collapse and its causes and effects.

Shadow Government Statistics illustrates that what the government tells us about the economic indicators and any justifications for our monetary policy are pure bunk. See what our true unemployment, inflation and other figures are as opposed to the quotes based on the "inventive" government formulas or hypie-market playas.

Coinflation demonstrates how low the value of our clad coins is to the face value minted on them. Historic dimes, nickels and quarters are quoted according to the value of precious and commodity metals they once held. The comparison shows how our money has been debased and the loss of purchasing power of today's dollars.

Bank Implode monitors the banks to see which ones are in threat of collapse. Is your bank really safe enough to keep your money there?

Quote of current national debt, breakdown of how Congress spends revenue department by department. Interest payments, dollar value and various links to solutions and activist sights on the national debt.

Site for the Bureau of the Public Debt, an agency of the U.S. Treasury. They borrow money for the national government through selling Treasuries and bonds. This agency pays and redeems the interest on such securities. Site contains a link to the daily tally of the national debt down to the penny.

Stansberry & Associates put up this sobering overview of where the financial system now sits. If you have about an hour and fifteen minutes you will be exposed to many of the facts before the pitch to subscribe. Their reports and newsletters are about preparing for the crisis and how to protect your assets.

Austrian economics should be studied and pursued. Learn about its attributes and principles and how it came into being. Comparisons are made to other schools of economic thought. Note the section on inflation and its causes and effects.

Sound Money Bill is an effort in New Hampshire to get the state government to transact in gold and silver with resident businesses and citizens. The options would be to exchange in Federal Reserve Notes or instead chose the gold & silver coin.

Mexican Civic Association For Silver makes the case for the Mexican banks to circulate silver in the national interest. Silver is a Mexican resource and has had a significant role in its history.

GATA which stands for Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee was formed to expose and take court action against large institutions who they suspect flood markets with gold in order to illegally suppress the price.

FairTax advocates an end to the abusive and burdensome income tax and to the I.R.S. Income tax is replaced with a 23% consumption sales tax. Before checkout, retail items will price 20-30% less when the FairTax is enacted. The lower price is due to the disappearance of imbedded costs that were attributable to the income tax. After checkout, the cost of new retail items is nearly the same as when they rung up during the income tax era. However, one's paycheck no longer deducts federal withholding so you have more money while paying nearly the same for the new stuff you buy. Their site documents the whole plan and makes its case with various studies. Investigate the plan for yourself.

The Street is an all-around market and economic resource for all types of investors and business types. They have features about equities, trade, money supply, bank policy, commodities markets (oil, base metals, wheat, cotton, gold) and how all these may intertwine and effect each other. The Street also has articles and video pertaining to financial and market strategy. Interviews and advice on various aspects of finance and investing avails to you from within the nation's market capital.


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