BankNotes – December 2020

It’s November 2020 as I write the last of my LMR three-part series that began earlier this year in the midst of the coronaviruses’ global lockdowns (April-May 2020). Although the government’s orders to close down the country began as a frightening ordeal, climaxed by an enormous financial crisis, and finally culminating in many deaths, violent acts, and the destruction of private property in many cities, there is good news in sight. There are recent developments and stirrings of organizations that are putting important steps in motion to contest future lockdowns and bring to justice all those responsible for having inflicted so many crimes against the world and their societies. You will wonder how they can do it. It’s an ingenious strategy that I will explain in more detail later in this article.

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BankNotes – November 2020

Surely, by this time in your life, you have a deep-seated feeling that there is something fundamentally wrong in the financial world today. There is debt of unbelievable proportions! There is confused thinking that results in irrational behavior as a matter of course. We are treated to a plethora of information daily to substantiate this truth.

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BankNotes – October 2020

As I explained last month in the first installment of this series, I am showing the reader that the various attacks on our liberties are part of a coordinated strategy that was conceived decades ago by avowed socialists. I realize that is a provocative claim, but it is easily demonstrated, as I show in this series. Last time, I focused on the founding of public schools in the US, and the agenda and legacy of the Fabian Society. In the present issue, I’ll focus on the long march through the institutions, a strategy of socialist infiltration of society through a gradual takeover of the schools, churches, news media, music and art, and the cinema.

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BankNotes – September 2020

For many years I—along with many of you, I’m sure—have noticed that the various attacks on our freedoms have seemed coordinated. Whatever the particular issue—be it the economy, terrorism, the environment, obesity, education, retirement, drug abuse, police brutality, or the novel coronavirus— it always seems like the “answer” is to grow the power of the State and further erode individual liberty.

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BankNotes – August 2020

In early February [2014], Carlos and I were very pleased to participate in the annual Infinite Banking Concept “Think Tank” held in Birmingham, Alabama. Unlike the “Night of Clarity” event that Carlos and I hold each year in Nashville—and by the way, the dates for this year are August 15-16 [2014], so mark your calendars!—the Think Tank in Birmingham is closed to the general public. This is because the Think Tank is a forum for the actual practitioners of Nelson Nash’s Infinite Banking Concept (IBC): people in the financial sector who use IBC when advising their clients.

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BankNotes – July 2020

Experts estimate that we will not have a COVID-19 vaccine until 2021 at the earliest. For the foreseeable future, living with COVID-19 is our new “normal” and one of the main reasons why all businesses in our cities, except those considered essential (groceries, pharmacies, federal and state offices, etc.), have been ordered to close their locations.

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BankNotes – June 2020

R. Nelson Nash was born in Greensboro, GA in 1931, and married Mary Edwards Williams in 1952. Nash received a BS Degree in Forestry from the University of Georgia in 1952, and spent 30 years with the Army National Guard, where he earned Master Aviator Wings.
Nash describes himself as the “discoverer and developer” of The Infinite Banking Concept (IBC).
He explains his revelation and how IBC works in his classic book, Becoming Your Own Banker, of which more than 200,000 copies have sold.

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BankNotes – May 2020

The latest report on new unemployment claims was abysmal, coming in at 4.4
million last week, some 100,000 more than surveyed economists had expected. The continuous claims came in at just under 16 million, an all-time record. Mainstream labor economists estimate that, all things considered, the actual unemployment rate now (which is only officially reported with a lag) is above 20 percent—a rate not seen since the darkest days of the Great Depression. Indeed, all of the job gains since the Great Recession have been wiped out in just a matter of weeks.

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BankNotes – April 2020

A person’s thoughts over a period of time ultimately results in a set of core beliefs—a mindset—some call it a worldview—that controls human action and gives life meaning and purpose.
Here are three articles that I want to share with you that will give you a rather complete picture of who I really am and why I conceived the Infinite Banking Concept over 30 years ago.

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