gold confiscation antidote?
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Submitted by SID (United States), Sep 17, 2010 18:27
Would it be against some law to advocate at this time that everyone who owns gold bullion/coins refuse to surrender it to the thugs if/when they pass a law in the future making gold bullion/coin ownership illegal? It seems to me that to fine/prosecute so many people would be virtually impossible if everyone refused all at once. If not illegal now and so presumably not conspiratorial to so advocate, wouldn't it be worthwhile to spead the non-cooperation word now, in advance of such a law being passed?
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