Though I have and continue to share alternatives to fractional reserve banking, I recognize the difficulty some people have for considering money alternatives, the action to simply start discussing alternatives and doing, rather than waiting for the governments is helpful.
For some people withdrawing their assets out of the banks is too daunting a decision without a stable institution as a viable option.
Local currencies (non-Federal Reserve Notes, and non-fractional reserve currencies), security, and bartering exchanges need to be discussed and considered.
Where ever you are, please Amplify Awareness and discussions on these important topics. ~Ron
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