Silver Liberties Foundation

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  • The SLF


  • Washington, District of Columbia


Maximum Operating Budget

  • $100 Quadrillion



  • The continued existence of the silver liberties stated herein, so that the American people remain safe, secure and reassured that their core constitutional rights and other privileges as approved by the United States Government will exist at the ready as established by the founders of the United States of America.

The Founder

  • The civil rights work for the founder of the Silver Liberties Foundation started September 2007 in Chicago, Illinois.
  • The civil rights work materialized after he made the decision to make Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream of America becoming the Promised Land a reality. 
  • The civil rights work of  Dr. Martin Luther King is deeply rooted in the American Civil Rights Movement.  The American hero believed that all men are created equal.

The Founding Document

  • The Lion’s Dream
  • The Lion’s Dream essay is the founding document of the Silver Liberties Foundation.

National Reserve Fund

The fund holds a total of $10 quadrillion for use by the Supreme Leader of the United States America for non-military national relief:

  • Debt Relief
  • Disaster Relief
  • Economic Relief
  • Security Relief

National Library Fund

Amount of the Fund: $7 Quadrillion

  • It is the belief of the Silver Liberties Foundation that public libraries should keep their services and doors open to the public 24 hrs. a day because it is a free learning institution for the public.
  • Because of this belief, the SLF will establish a national library fund for those public libraries that open their doors and services to the public 24 hrs. a day and 7 days a week.
  • Participating libraries only need to submit a letter of operation cost to the SLF that state the required funds for the library to keep its doors open to the public 24 hrs. a day and 7 days a week.
  • The fund will only cover after hour operational cost for participating public libraries, and will exist for a minimum of 20 years.  For example, if a library’s regular hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., the library fund will financially cover the 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. hours of operation for the public library.


  • The right to create is a silver liberty.
  • The Silver Liberties Foundation will petition the District of Columbia to bring to an end the expiration of a patent after 17 years; as the patent system exist now, this strips the owner of their rightful ownership to their inventions and weakens American competition in the international community by throwing the patent into the international community for free use by anyone.

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