Black People : The Afro Dollar

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  1. brown_h0rnet

    brown_h0rnet Master of All Trades... Jack of None PREMIUM MEMBER

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    That 20.00 bill she was holding was "actual money that was used in the city of Chicago in the 1970s and short 80s. It was accepted by banks and businesses at that time." She is holding a collectors piece in her hand.
     
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    smart sister

    indeed! Great Post Brother Brown Hornet. We need to bring out an Afro Dollar, and make it trade able with our African Brothers and Sisters, for a real fair trade.
     
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    Yeah Buddy


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    From my understanding....aquiring gold, Silver and other minerals and resourses is what makes your money solid and or strong! So in essence the only thing that will devalue your money is if thoses same resources demand go down......right?


    Either way,...I think this is a good place to start in building a nation!!!!!!!!!NIce!!!!:slobber:
     
  5. brown_h0rnet

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    Actually Jazzy,

    The only thing that really makes money strong is just the value that people give it.

    BACKING UP the money with gold, silver and other minerals, keeps the money from being devalued (cause you can't print up more gold, silver). And then at that point, demand of resources comes in to play.

    But if the people in control of money supply aint crooked (like the international bankers of the federal reserve), and don't go printing up more money for their own benefit, the money will stay strong without backing. It has been accomplished before.

    But yeah... we do need to do this on a global scale
     
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