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Grantham Taylor Hughes Show

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Each week Gratham Taylor Hughes explores by way of the Brauch foundation (TBf), the 1930 Geneva Convention bankruptcy. Best evidence being a commn law legal phrase shows within one's pocket the Federal Reserve Note (FRN) being only a debt insrument. However, it is legal as of the 1793 conage act citation on its bace next to the celebrity bust stating the eleven words, "This Note is Legal Tender for All Debts Public and Private." Those words give the note extrinsic purchasing power, but no intrinsic redeemability not making it illegal but instead just debt attempting to retrieve credit. That pathology is explored and fixed from the words of Grantham Taylor Hughes again each week on The Brauch foundation show.