Nov 14, 2012

The Fed doesn't own the US government (video)

Popular ideas aren't always correct ideas! So standing corrected am I as the following video explains a few things about the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States:

Given today's conspiracy-theory-laden atmosphere, and if the above information is indeed the case, it might have been much smarter of the politicians and big bankers back in 1910 not to have met in secret on Jekyll Island, Georgia (where they'd travelled incognito by midnight train from New York) to set up their plans for a Central Bank in the US, something that many lawmakers of the day opposed.

Due to the Fed's beginnings in extreme secrecy (and the Federal Reserve Act passed in December 1913 when most lawmakers had left Washington for the holiday break)--plus, the bubbles-n-busts that have followed--it's become difficult at best for many Americans to view the Fed as an above-board institution that isn't 'up to something' such as a larger agenda that is not in the best interests of the Little Guy.

My thanks to Online for the heads-upon this video.


KP Ryan said...


In the legislation that created the Federal Reserve (and made a few families exceedingly rich... more wealthy that we can even imagine) is a simple flaw. All it takes to erase the Fed from existence is a majority vote from congress and an autograph from the president.

Now, I am of the belief that the boobs in DC are either bought off or of such depraved character that they're easily blackmailed. Thus the richest of Mother Earth can easily afford to control our politicians.

However, it should be recognized by more Americans... the Fed is not necessarily permanent. In the 2014 election cycle ask the bozos running for office why they haven't written a bill to destroy the Fed? Ask their opponent(s) if they'd sponsor such a bill. Vote not on party but on the abolishment of this evil institution.

And then read up on social credit. The gold standard will also enslave. ONLY social credit will properly level the playing field and insure success is possible for all.

Jude Cowell said...

Thanks for thoughtfully commenting, KP, your ideas are important considerations. Jude