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Former counterfeiter says new $100s not worth attempting
upi ^ | April 26, 2013

Posted on 04/27/2013 11:57:05 AM PDT by JoeProBono

PHILADELPHIA, - A former counterfeiter told a Philadelphia radio station he "wouldn't even attempt" to counterfeit the new $100 bills if he returned to his life of crime.

Wayne Victor Dennis, who was convicted of printing $15 million in fake $20 bills that were so convincing authorities said the currency spent years in circulation after he went to prison, told KYW-AM the new $100 bills contain many security features, but the most intimidating feature is a 3-D ribbon made of thousands of tiny lenses.

Images of bells on the ribbon turn into 100s when the bill is tilted.

"It's a great idea and I think it would be the most difficult part to counterfeit on this new bill," Dennis said.

"I would never -- but if I chose to go back into that profession, I would never even waste my time on this currency," Dennis said. "If I was to go back into that business, I wouldn't even attempt it because there's just too much sophistication."

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To: ProtectOurFreedom

I remember about the same time my wife’s old tight wad uncle would give his wife $20 and tell her to “get him a fifth and a carton of cigarettes and buy groceries with the rest”
She usually had to chip in some.

41 posted on 04/27/2013 4:48:39 PM PDT by WKB ( Remember "Bush Lied and People Died" Now it's "People died and Obama Lied")
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To: supremedoctrine
Counter*ieters are so stupid it never occurred to them to JUST do 1s, 5s, and 10s.

I don't know about that. A person at my bank told me last year that the police chief told her that there were fake five-dollar bills being circulated in the county.

42 posted on 04/27/2013 4:58:44 PM PDT by OldPossum
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A person at my bank told me last year that the police chief told her that there were fake five-dollar bills being circulated in the county.

I went though a McDonald a while ago and handed the girl at the window a $5 bill...she looked at it for about two minutes all different ways before accepting it...

I asked her... seriously...people are counterfeiting $5 bills???

She said all the time...

...and of course they got my order wrong...!

43 posted on 04/27/2013 5:10:31 PM PDT by Popman (Godlessness is always the first step to the concentration camp.)
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To: JoeProBono

I thought the guy was going to say that soon our currency will be so worthless, that it’s not worth the trouble of printing them...instead he would focus on the Chinese Yawn or some other currency based in reality.

44 posted on 04/27/2013 5:30:00 PM PDT by BobL (Look up "CSCOPE" if you want to see something really scary)
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To: JoeProBono

I haven’t held hundred dollar bill in years.

45 posted on 04/27/2013 5:37:34 PM PDT by Fzob (In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock. Jefferson)
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To: JoeProBono

I read not that long ago that it’s believed that half of the $100 bills in circulation overseas are counterfeit.If that’s true it’s a big problem.I recall having seen videos of the security measures that Europe’s Central Bank takes with euro notes as well as the measures Canada takes with its notes.In fact,Canada is introducing polymer notes which,it’s said,are almost impossible to counterfeit and last three times longer in circulation.I have such a note from Australia.Pretty weird,actually.

46 posted on 04/27/2013 5:46:12 PM PDT by Gay State Conservative (Leno Was Right,They *Are* Undocumented Democrats!)
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47 posted on 04/27/2013 5:57:04 PM PDT by DakotaGator (Weep for the lost Republic! And keep your powder dry!!)
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To: The Cajun; JoeProBono

The Hidden Meanings in the New $100 Bill!
Bix Weir

First of all, I must admit that I am one of those “Conspiracy Nuts” who loves to read meaning into the back of the US $1 bill like I’m trying to solve a centuries old puzzle. The “All Seeing Eye”, the pyramid, “One World Government”, Masonic symbols, the implications of the Latin words, even the words “In God We Trust” added in 1955...all of it...I’m a big fan of secret meaning. Just Google “US Dollar Hidden Meaning” and you will find almost EVERY INTERPRETATION you can imagine. Since I don’t know which is true...I tend to believe ALL OF THEM. More fun that way. If you think this is all hogwash and there is no meaning to the back of the $1 bill...”Duh, it’s just a nice picture”...then this article is not for you.

So, of course, I was more than excited when the new $100 bill was FINALLY announced and IT HAD ALL THAT GOLD ON IT!

I admit that I am slightly biased on this. One of the central themes of my work at the Road to Roota Letters is that there is a group of people working to end the fiat money system and return the US back to the Gold Standard. For those unfamiliar with the concept read:

The Road to Roota Theory

A subscriber tipped me off years ago that the new $100 bill would be “special” when it finally got released and he wasn’t lying. I LOVE this bill! Check out how it turns gold in the light...

Ok. So it may be a coincidence and I may have an over active imagination but bear with me while we explore further. Take a real close look at the new bill keeping in mind that the US has a special history of hidden meaning behind their bills and there’s a real possibility of a currency crash (with a return to the Gold Standard) in the very near future.

Let’s start with the most glaring difference even from the other new colored bills: that huge Blue Stripe down the right center. For those not familiar with the symbolism of the American flag colors: Red symbolizes Hardiness and Valor, White symbolizes Purity and Innocence and Blue represents Vigilance, Perseverance and Justice. Is it possible that the big Blue Stripe may have more significance that you might expect?

When it comes to monetary theory there are really only two serious camps. The first believes in fiat/paper money and the second believes in a “hard money” backed by gold. Lets assume these two opposing ideologies are represented on this bill. Look closely at the left side of the Blue Stripe.

Let’s say the left side represents the fiat/paper money camp. There is no new coloring at all just the same ole drab green. The same ole fiat money. It’s all there...the words “Federal Reserve Note”, the Official Fed Seal, Ooo..looks like the US Treasury Secretary signature has been moved from the right to the left side(come on...which camp did you think Geithner would be put in?!). And for you currency buffs, even Benjamin Franklin is positioned on the left of the Blue Stripe with that quizzical grin...why you ask?

Well, not many know it but Ben Franklin was a BIG supporter of paper money in his day. Don’t get me wrong, he was a great and loyal American who was very much anti-banker but in his day the battle was reversed. It was the English bankers who were all about forcing the colonists onto a Gold/Silver standard but Franklin knew that the overseas trade would leave no physical money for the colonies to conduct domestic commerce with. It was probably the TRUE cause of the American Revolution! Here’s a good representation of what happened

Truthfully, it’s high time we rewrite the all the US History books and tell the world the REAL STORY. The American Revolution was actually...A REBELLION AGAINST THE BANKSTERS!

Back to the “Greenback”...
So you can see that everything on the left side of the new $100 bill relates to the continuance of fiat money.
Now let’s look at the right side of that Blue Stripe...the “Vigilance, Perseverance and Justice” side!
OH MY GOODNESS...GOLD GALORE!! A Gold Ink Well, Gold Liberty Bell, Gold Feather Pen, Gold “100”, Gold Watermark, Gold Writing in the background, Gold “July 4, 1776”...there’s even a HUGE gold “100” on the back of the right side. The right side of this bill is so full of gold it will probably droop when you hand it to the cashier!
Here’s my take on all the Gold symbolism:

- The US has long prepared to return to a Gold Standard and the time has come.
- The Gold Ink Well symbolizes the power of Congress to pass laws that can dismantle the Fiat Money System with the stoke of a pen.
- The Gold Liberty Bell within the ink well symbolizes Congresses ability to write laws that destroy the banking cabal’s strangle hold on the Liberty of citizens in the United States.
- Notice the words “THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER FOR ALL DEBTS,PUBLIC AND PRIVATE” has also been moved from the left to the right side (or the gold standard side!)
- Notice how the color of the “100” on the bottom front changes from GREEN to GOLD...still not convinced?
- And now my favorite... look at the wording right above the “100” on the far right.

Do you see it?

“...the People to alter or abolish it, and to institute new...”

That, my friends, comes directly from our Declaration of Independence and says the following:

“That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”

Has there ever been a time in the last 100 years that the people were more ready to “alter or abolish” our government?!

Can “They” make it more obvious...GET READY FOR A GOLD STANDARD!

The odd fact that the US Treasury chose to “anti-counterfeit” the $100 bill last is very telling. The US $100 is the MOST counterfeited bill in the world by far. So much so that the fake bills even have their own name...the “SUPERDOLLAR” or “SUPERNOTE”.

The new $100’s were going to be released on Feb 10, 2011 but the Federal Reserve announced a “delay due to production problems”. Why wait so long? In this video it sure looks like they are in full production already. (what’s with the “Wizard of Oz-esque” green drapes? No, I won’t run with that!)

Oh, did you notice that the bill in all the sample photos was printed in “SERIES 2009”? I believe that the new $100’s are ready to go and HAVE BEEN READY SINCE THE ONSET OF THE CREDIT CRISIS! They were waiting for the crash and the return to a gold standard. With this announcement they might as well say ...WE ARE READY TO COLLAPSE THE SYSTEM!!
The monetary camps split by the Blue Stripe, the Liberty Bell in the Gold Inkwell, the quotes of overthrowing the government, the delayed implementation of the $100 bill...
Get ready for a Gold Standard because we are just about there!

48 posted on 04/27/2013 6:45:33 PM PDT by GGpaX4DumpedTea (I am a Tea Party descendant...steeped in the Constitutional Republic given to us by the Founders.)
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49 posted on 04/27/2013 10:10:55 PM PDT by JoeProBono (A closed mouth gathers no feet - Mater tua caligas exercitus gerit ;-{)
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To: JoeProBono

At the PO a couple days ago I bought a money order with $20s. The clerk checked every one of them and told me that the county treasurer had told her that $5 were the new counterfeit denomination to watch out for. Apparently a lot of fake $5 bills floating around NW WA state.

50 posted on 04/28/2013 1:18:05 AM PDT by tinamina
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To: JoeProBono

The REAL counterfeiters...

51 posted on 04/28/2013 2:30:42 AM PDT by GGpaX4DumpedTea (I am a Tea Party descendant...steeped in the Constitutional Republic given to us by the Founders.)
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To: OldPossum

But I wonder whether anyone was actually busted on the spot because o* those 5 dollar bills. Unless they were so amateurishly made, and looked like paper rather than cloth, a 5 dollar bill would never demand instant scrutiny like a 100.
Anyone can put a good crisp bill o* any denomination into even a standard $125 printer and get a stunning looking printout.

52 posted on 04/30/2013 6:56:38 AM PDT by supremedoctrine
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