When the economy slowed down in the U.S. because of the lack of disposable income of the citizenry, it was pumped up by extending more credit to consumers. Credit cards became easier to get, loans were extended to more and more with higher risk for payback until finally disaster hit. We all see the results of that with the 2008 meltdown in the credit market, mostly over real estate. The wealth of the U.S. has now become concentrated into the hands of less than 1% of the population and those who have it have moved their operations to other countries in order to avoid taxes in the United States and liabilities to their workers and the general population.

If you have the impression that the Federal Reserve Bank is not a private institution, I am here to tell you that you are not understanding the full picture. I appreciate all we have learned but it is time for all people of the U.S. to realize that not only is the Federal Reserve a private institution, so also is (or just as well be) the U.S. Federal Government, or at least the Executive Branch. Prior to the election of Donald Trump, the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government was largely bought and controlled by the same private group as the Federal Reserve ever since its creation in 1914. Yes, congress passed the Federal Reserve Act in 1914 but the power of the financial system was delegated to the private bankers who, of course promised to execute their responsibilities with integrity, kind of like the fox that promised to watch over the chicken coop. The Federal Reserve is not technically purported to be a private institution but it is run by a Board of Governors with lots of money, global interests and world encompassing agendas. The foxes watching the coop are the owners of the world’s largest banks and corporations.

Global Research has reported that:

“The Four Horsemen of Banking (Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo) own the Four Horsemen of Oil (Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch/Shell, BP and Chevron Texaco); in tandem with Deutsche Bank, BNP, Barclays and other European old money behemoths. But their monopoly over the global economy does not end at the edge of the oil patch.

According to company 10K filings to the SEC, the Four Horsemen of Banking are among the top ten stock holders of virtually every Fortune 500 corporation.”

The European banker, Meyor Amschell Rothschild, father of the concept of lending money to countries, mostly to finance wars, said in the 1700s:

“Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes its laws”

In other words, let them think that parties and elections matter, stir the pot, hold their attention and keep the people focused on domestic conflicts between Republicans and Democrats, Liberals and Conservatives while we, in the background, quietly control the outcome with wealth and indebtedness. Finance wars for both sides, buy up the media with our wealth, feed them lies and create incidents to hold their attention while we quietly turn up the heat and, step by step, screw down the lid until we finally boil the frog and control the entire world by the “rule of law” instead of the rules of personal agency, liberty and freedom.

Woodrow Wilson, only one of the U.S. Presidents to give up and sell principles for pottage and an election, signed the Federal Reserve Act into law in 1913 and then later declared:

“Our great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Therefore all of our activities are in the hands of a small group of men who chill and check true economic freedom. We have come to be one of the worst ruled. completely controlled and dominated governments in the world. No longer a government of the majority but a government of the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.”  

The beholding was brought onto the U.S. by the greed of investors and especially deepened by design when these same private financiers bailed the U.S. people out of the great depression with an increase of indebtedness to themselves in the form of treasury notes purchased with Federal Reserve printed money. Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s “new deal” was subscribed from the macro-economic model speculated by John Maynard Keynes. The “new deal” was pulled off by executive order, not by the vote of the people, as was the elimination of the gold standard by the Nixon Administration in 1973. Do you think these presidents were not playing “pat a cake bakers man” with the money back then? There was no income tax in the United States before 1935 and the completion of the “new deal” -Income tax was a condition of Roosevelt’s “new deal”.

The people of the United States have had little to do or say about the way the government or the economy is run for about a century now. Democracy and the Republic have become only dreams ever since bankers and the super rich began to put forth their own candidates, buy elections and provoke wars in order to create national debt, amass more wealth and have their way with the countries of the world.

If you want to know more about how imperialism works, look closely at the lending activities of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Struggling countries in South America and the middle east are typically obligated to pay debts that are impossible for them to pay while the funds flow into the coffers of a few super rich, largely U.S corporations, contracted to create infrastructures and extract metals, oil and other resources from their lands while the people become more and more impoverished. The loan funds may only be transferred from one U.S. bank to another to pay U.S. corporate contractors and the poor people of the now indebted country see very little of it, with the exception of $ millions provided to their corrupt leaders who willingly sold principles for pottage and obligated their citizens to pay the debt.

The wealthy globalists run the world’s largest ponzi scheme, backing debt, public commitments and promissory notes with paper money that they have created with a printing press out of nothing of value. They avoid the laws and taxation that has been put upon the people by them and their colleagues. Greedy capitalists have declared themselves exempt from the constitutional laws of the country and from taxation while persecuting and prosecuting those who follow their examples. However, they are finally on a course that will soon implement their own demise.

Capitalism is not the problem, the abuse of capitalism is. The “New World Order” will not work out as planned. There is too much public awareness and conflict with governments such as Russia, China and those of the Western World. They are all competing to be at the top of the heap. The South American countries are admirably leading the way to liberation from the globalist banks lately, telling the bankers to jump in the ocean along with their free trade and national debt programs, much like Andrew Jackson did in the Bank Wars when he was President of the U.S. In 1832 he said:

“The many millions which this act proposes to bestow on the stockholders of the existing bank must come directly or indirectly out of the earnings of the American people……Many of our rich men have not been content with equal protection and equal benefits, but have besought us to make them richer by act of Congress.

“It is to be regretted that the rich and powerful too often bend the acts of government to their selfish purposes.”  Andrew Jackson, July 10, 1832

Sam Irvin said:

“The Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men of all ages who mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters.”

Citizen beware, even Hitler had good intentions.

So, who will fix this mess? Does it make sense for us to expect a remedy from the President and the executive branch of our government, the very lackeys who implemented the problem? My hopes are much higher with the election of Donald Trump. So far, so good. Donald Trump has demonstrated that he could not be bought. The globalists did not back his candidacy. I believe his heart is with protecting the Constitution and the American people. Don’t worry, If he ever even begins to abuse his power against the constitution and the American people, I and many others, will call him out on it.

The foxes that have successfully used their wealth to place previous presidents may have had good intentions and their lackeys even promised to implement change, but they still eat chicken and suck eggs. It is time for the Judicial Branch to have more to say about this stuff in a proper exercise of the checks and balances system that was put in place with the constitution of the of this great country. Taxpayers need to collectively exercise their financial rights and appeal to the courts of America instead of succumbing to a national debt to be imposed upon our posterity that is impossible for us or them to repay.

Edward Snowden, now famous for disclosing the huge data mining activities of the U.S. National Security Agency has gone through the process of asking himself the question “If I don’t do this. who will”?. I admire his courage. He has obviously given a lot of thought and probably prayerful consideration to this issue. I believe he will be triumphant in the end, even if he dies trying. He certainly is an intelligent man, backed by careful consideration and insight, as has been demonstrated quite eloquently in his responses in subsequent media interviews. I believe that he, not unlike Martin Luther King and Patrick Henry, is a patriot of the highest order.

The super rich are not stricken smart just because they are rich. I don’t believe that all globalists have an evil intent. However, as a result of their affluence, they generally underestimate the power of truth and the resilience of common men whose souls cannot be bought and who would rather live free and responsibly than as slaves, no matter the cost. However, the self agrandizing globalists are smart enough to know that debt can be used as a tool to enslave people and countries. The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund have used that tool effectively around the world for decades now. Freedom will eventually win but it requires courage.

Raphael Correa, President of Ecuador, branded as a communist by some self interests, has demonstrated the course that must be taken at some point in time by all countries before this yoke will be removed. After getting a doctorate in economics in a U.S. college, he moved back to Ecuador and was elected President of that small country in 2006. By 2008 he had refused to pay the national debt that he claimed was created by an unlawful dictator before his time, closed down the U.S. military bases in his country and filed a $27 billion law suit against the oil companies that ruined the pristine Amazon basin within Ecuadorian borders.

No matter where you live in the world, if all of this scares you, don’t let it. Some real patriots around the world will pledge lives, fortunes and sacred honor just as was done in the beginning of this great free country. Fear is not a useful tool of the free and you have nothing to fear if you are standing where you should. The lines are being drawn more vividly than ever before. The people are now waking up and becoming aware of these atrocities in huge numbers. The world financial system with its central banks will finally disintegrate. Money is not everything, in fact it has very little value when it is compared to the worth of a man. Humanity will ultimately prevail but not under the iron fist of a handful of rich task masters. Once again the price will be paid for the retention of freedom and the constitution of the United States of America, whatever the cost.

Free people on the right side will win the push and shove contest. Truth will always prevail in the long run. Individuals would do well at any point in time to live within their means and avoid debt, the tool of the enslaver’s trade, stay alert and awake, choose which side to serve and stand firmly with their choices.

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