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William Nash

Mar 7, 1996, 3:00:00 AM3/7/96
I saw on a local news show this morning that the government has
a new type of 100 dollar bill.What's next?Maybe to have everyone
exchange their old money for the new currancy?That way you couldn't
have money stashed away hidden from Uncle Sam and taxes.

Michael Rivero

Mar 9, 1996, 3:00:00 AM3/9/96
In article <4hn5r4$>,

It's even better than that. The new currency exists in two forms.

One form is "internal" currency. It's legel tender within the United
States but has no worth outside. To take the money outside the country, it must
be converted to the "exterior" form, which means explaining just WHY you
need to take the cash across a border.

While this will not in any way deter the major drug cartels, this mechanism
will make it harder for "upstarts" to buy their way to power in the same
manner used by the current power elite. The first official act of any goverment
is to make illegal the very means by which they BECAME the government (the
last official act is to loot the treasury).

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Mar 9, 1996, 3:00:00 AM3/9/96
What's worse (or in close 2nd or 3rd or...) is the FED authorizing a
budget of some 30 + million $$ advertising it.

If the new bill is what's issued, those who request or get paid in $100es
have to use it....what's the point in the advertising?

In article <4hn5r4$> (William Nash)
writes:>From: (William Nash)
>Subject: NEW 100 DOLLAR BILLS
>Date: 7 Mar 1996 17:19:32 GMT

Chuck Harvey

Mar 13, 1996, 3:00:00 AM3/13/96
The new $100 in the US has been given wide attention.
However, the "former Soviet Union" has responded the loudest,
as they use US currency for real commerce there (the ruble being
worth less than toilet paper).

The thing is: the $100 bills now appearing in Russia are slightly
different than the ones we are seeing in early releases of photos
of the bills. This has the Russians scared spitless that we will
soon go to a two-tiered currency. This will result from a bill
currently in the House.

Anyway, the real threat is the magnetic ink. It can be read at a
distance. Like three or four feet away. And anyone with a new
money detector can see exactly how much cash you are carrying.

As if you wanted to leave the country with some.


Max Kennedy

Mar 14, 1996, 3:00:00 AM3/14/96
Chuck Harvey (72274...@CompuServe.COM) wrote:
: The new $100 in the US has been given wide attention.

Yes, well, the fed is losing too much of its slave population. Remember,
currency in this country is backed by real assets.. LABOR!

Max Kennedy

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