~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~But Prsidents have become notoriously skittish on this question. BILL CLINTON and Hillary both understood that they had super rich bankers backing campaigns and played along. For the sake of his life, Bill couldn't say a word. He knew about death squads! They ran one for him. ( BILL'S MASSIVE DEAD PAL SOCIETY killed because it took a village to raze the witnesses. A virtual death squad that had to do clean up in the wake of the 'prankish prexy' ) The late Dr. Carroll Quigley was a writer and professor of history at Georgetown University, where he was President Bill Clinton's mentor. Dr. Quigley wrote from personal knowledge of an elite clique of global financiers bent on controlling the world. Their aim, he said, was "nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole." This system was "to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements." He called this clique simply the "international bankers." Their essence was not race, religion or nationality but was just a passion for control over other humans. The key to their success was that they would control and manipulate the money system of a nation while letting it appear to be controlled by the government.AMERICA --POOR, DUMB FLY,CAPTURED BY THE DEBT SPIDER!~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~
What creeps in unseen, stealthily, on a lethal mission to SUCK BLOOD? Vampires are fiction so don't answer that! It is the SPIDER of course! And what on our planet is JUST LIKE A SPIDER? THE FEDERAL RESERVE --- a massive, toxic predator that targeted many nations in the last thousand years, perhaps since banks were invented in the 9th century and perfected in the l0th century so this was an old, practiced, cagy spider when it targeted America, -- when we were young, full of blood, spit and possibilities --- back in 1776.
HOW could the BRIT BANKSTERS get into a colony they'd just kicked the FEATHERS OUT OF? Or should we say, had their feathers kicked out BY? The door was opened and left ajar by Alexander Hamilton, a longtime CASHIER CLERK for the British trader banks in the CARIBBEAN, with their slave trade. ALEX must have been the only guy around to know numbers because he became America's First Secretary of the Treasury. Through him, the spider wrapped its death silk around AMERICA's twisting, fighting body until we couldn't move. THOMAS JEFFERSON went wild fighting him. He was the third president in the REVOLUTION/ HAMILTON PERIOD. Tom warned G. Washington and J. Adams that these BRITS would suck us dry, back when the first tentacles of the English bankers reached toward the 13 Colonies. Jefferson didn't want them but Alexander Hamilton knew how to talk numbers and convinced Congress to hand over the job of running OUR finances to HIS ex-BOSSES the BRIT BANKERS.
We really should erect statues to AARON BURR. Hamilton was kind of like the First Paulson, the first Geithner, (also both pawns of the Fed.) JEFFERSON WAS RIGHT to fear the debt spider bankers which squeeze a country for its land, resources, manufacturing and tax it ten ways from Tuesday and only move on when the corpse starts to smell. These Venetian and Jewish Bankers had wrecked many countries before they came to the USA and that fact was known. Here, they found and adopted a few American billionaires from among the American Robber Barons, people like the Rocks and the Harrimans, a few NYC Jewish bankers and the group began a 200 year VAMPIRE SUCK on the American neck.
So THE BANK'S FIRST ENEMY was THOMAS JEFFERSON http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Reserve_Bank
This Wikipedia URL ABOVE is on HAMILTON and will tell you what Jefferson was up against. Jefferson was a CHARMING FARMER a Virginia rich boy, a dreamy reader of books, acculturated to the max, super into THE ARTS. But He was no banker. He couldn't even stay out of debt himself. Part of the problem was debts he inherited in an estate. The rest mismanagement of Monticello. And he'd lived so long in PARIS with the rich, he had caviar tastes and basically a corn pone farm. ALEXANDER HAMILTON on the other hand, had worked for Brit Bankers for years in the Carib where they had sugar, slave, tobacco businesses and BANKS, (The first offshore banks in history! And Brit Bankers were making money hand over fist there!). What's bizarre is that Jefferson led the ostracism of BURR after Burr shot Hamilton, odd as they say 'the enemy of my enemy is my friend' you'd have thought JEFFERSON would have let AARON in the club. There were huge disagreements between founding fathers Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson, disagreeing publicly on many issues, from the danger of any ties to Hamilton's foreign banking bosses, to the power of the federal government to the limits of democratic rule. Some of their biggest and best-known differences were over economic matters.
The issues Hamilton and Jefferson disagreed on may seem arcane and remote, but their opposing viewpoints can be seen in many contemporary issues. When politicians say we need to tailor agricultural subsidies to support small family farmers, there are echoes of Jefferson in their voices. When others argue for unified national goals in education, rather than a variety of state goals, Hamilton's ghost lurks in the background. Progressive Democrat vs. Oligarch favoring Republican.
Because these issues are still important, the Minneapolis Fed has based its 20th Annual Student Essay Contest on them. The contest asks, "Hamilton vs. Jefferson: Whose economic vision was better?"
These two great men differed on a number of issues of economic significance. You can write your essay about any one you wish, or several. You can also look at the big picture of their economic visions, or pick a contemporary controversy that reflects their differences. But first you must understand some of the issues Hamilton and Jefferson struggled over. What follows is an illustration of some, but not all, of these economic points of contention.
It is well known that Hamilton and Jefferson disagreed strongly about the national bank. Hamilton was the architect of the First Bank of the United States, believing it essential to the financing of the federal government and to the establishment of a robust domestic banking system. As such, Hamilton is considered a pioneer of central banking and a forebearer of the modern Federal Reserve. Jefferson believed the bank would put too much power over the government in the hands of the bank's owners.
But the issue went deeper than that. Jefferson, in fact, didn't like banks at all. Steadfast in his belief that working the land was the only "honest" way to make a living, he saw bankers as essentially swindlers, and he didn't trust them. Hamilton, by contrast, thought banks were to be a vital part of the American future—if we want a strong economy, we need lending, and lending is the business of banks. Better to have American banks doing the lending, he argued, than British or other foreign banks.
This disagreement is part of a long history of controversy about banking. There are basically two opposing views: One sees debt as essentially bad and looks at bankers as exploiting borrowers' bad fortunes or poor judgments; the other sees lenders as providing a useful service for which there is enough demand that borrowers are willing to pay interest.
In retrospect, it may seem obvious that Hamilton was right, at least in predicting how America would develop. But this controversy is still alive, and Jefferson's voice can be heard today, for example, in the reaction to problems in the subprime mortgage market.
The debate over Federalism in the early years of the United States may seem to be only a political issue, but it also had important economic aspects.
After the end of the American Revolution, the United States had considerable war debt, mostly held by the states. Hamilton had a plan for the federal government to assume and pay down the states' foreign debts. Many in the South were skeptical of that plan, largely because Southern states had paid off more of what they owed and didn't want to assume responsibility for the Northern states' debts.
In the end, the two sides reached a compromise. The federal government would assume the debt, in exchange for placement of the nation's capital in Jefferson's native Virginia. In this way Hamilton was able to ensure that the debt would not be defaulted upon.
But again, the broader debate was far from over. Controversy still rages over the level at which economic policies should be conducted. Contemporary points of contention include infrastructure, education, health care and social welfare spending. The modern day Hamiltonians lean toward unified national economic policies, while Jeffersonians favor a pluralist approach in which individual states and municipalities decide.
National economic vision
In addition to their quarrels over specific policies, Hamilton and Jefferson also didn't agree on the big picture. In fact, all their particular battles over various issues can be seen as cases of this more general dispute.
The big picture to them was the nature of the American future. Jefferson believed that liberty and democracy were the greatest virtues a society could strive toward. To that end, he thought an agrarian society made up of independent farmers was best; the "Empire of Liberty," he called it.
Hamilton thought Jefferson's vision was antiquated and that an agricultural economy would keep the United States poor. For the new nation to be a world power, he believed it had to move toward the economy of the future, one based on trade and manufacturing. In addition to his plan for banks, Hamilton also made numerous proposals for policies to develop the American economy, such as protective tariffs for infant industries (something many economists today would frown upon).
As with banking, it is tempting to look at the subsequent unfolding of American history as a victory for Hamilton; after all, the United States is the largest industrial economy in the world, and only a small minority of the population still lives on farms. However, the Jeffersonian vision still holds a powerful grip on the American spirit, from the Homesteading movement to modern visions of "local self-reliance." A primary example of this spirit in action today is agricultural policy, though there are many others. These programs are largely intended (at least in theory) to support small family farmers.
The Brit Bankers had a good long drink off us. They spent a half century MILKING America untill FEISTY ANDREW JACKSON APPEARED. Jackson was the GENERAL PATTON of his day, a master soldier who'd been in plenty of wars. Andrew Jackson began a campaign with HUGE pliers and tongs to PULL the BRITISH BANKS OFF US. The British bankers sent out death squads after him and tried to kill Andy many times. Their bullets did hit him in 1834 but this was a master WARRIOR. He was able to throw the bullets, their wounds and the bankers off -- unloose their hold on the currency and Government and on his personal pelt.
THE BANK'S SECOND ENEMY was definitely ANDREW JACKSON. President Andrew Jackson called the banking cartel a "hydra-headed monster eating the flesh of the common man." You have only to google the two search terms, ANDREW JACKSON and FEDERAL RESERVE and you will find a handful of quick videos on the man, the events, and the legends of how JACKSON dumped them. And when he DID, America had no debt and she didn't want any and She sent the Banker spiders scurrying.
This article is wonderful as it shows how so many American bankers were involved with the British Banksters. Hamilton's Son, JIMMY, THE BIDDLE FAMILY, real blue bloods, totally SOLD out SOUL AND FRONT LAWN, to the Brit Oligarchs. This is an amazing piece of historical research, so you should just click there for a sec and come back. Then for clarity, read
http://www.dailypaul.com/node/53998 which tells how the ROTHSCHILDS tried to kill Andy in 1834, left him wounded. AND MAD. You know, MAD WORKS. It worked for the next 30 years.
For that next quarter century after Jackson, the central bankers (all these British super rich guys,) were kept out of the country. Then, one day, they thought they spotted an opportunity: Abe Lincoln's need for money for the Civil War. Honest Abe dodged them and ran his war quite well on bonds, so as soon as they could, they killed him. In the wake of his death, Congress wouldn't let the bankers near the USA. Peace and prosperity reigned. We had no debt. Independence and Integrity reigned. The bank got that furious itch. America was the plum worth having. They tapped their 8 hairy legs restlessly and waited and watched.THE NEXT PRESIDENT TO OBJECT TO THE BANKS and the THIRD PRESIDENT TO DESPISE THE FED's STICKY WEB and seductive invitations and say so LOUDLY, OPENLY was HONEST ABE and we all know what happend to him.
By now the BANKERS were super well connected with a whole SPATE of AMERICAN bankers not tarantulas like them, but little black widows, little brown recluses:. The Rocks, Biddles, Nelson Aldrich, Moses Warburg, and his Majesty, JP MORGAN, better known as the NOSE. The exact guest list of their secret meetings at JECKYLL ISLAND where they planned the TAKEOVER of AMERICA is these guys. The Banksters and their American eight legged confreres arranged to use a fabulous TROJAN HORSE for a puppet, elegant old STOOGE, WOODROW WILSON, WHO WOULD thru their efforts BECOME THE FOURTH PRESIDENT TO DECRY WHAT THEY DID. I don't know about you but when I think of the number FOUR I think of a big SQUARE.
That's what he was. The Brit bankers knew they had a real dummie, a BOOK LEARNING "Miss Muffet", knowledgeable about elegant blue blood manners, but not informed a whit about the banking ELITE. The second they spotted ole WOODIE off in the wings, they knew he was their boy. Patrician, bookish, religious, sanctimonious, president of PRINCETON COLLEGE, vain and pretentions, someone who COULD have been a real contender if he had campaign money so they offered it to him. HE BIT. In 1912 (date on photo here,) the bankers paid for him to get elected! Xmas 1913, while Congress was on vacation, they got a few bought politicos to vote in the Federal Reserve Act and President Wilson signed that very night, letting them form the phony Federal Reserve which means a bank inside America that is NOT AMERICAN, which prints money and lends America cash they print up and then we pay them off by having all TAXES from our slave citizens GO STRAIGHT TO THE FED. CONGRESS was bought as they passed this law, the GLASS law. See: http://www.whale.to/b/mullins1.html
When Woodrow Wilson was older, he admitted that letting the FED get hold of America was his biggest regret. He became the FOURTH PRESIDENT who knew what THE FED WAS UP to, but he played along and lived, speaking derogatorily only in old age.. So, do some independent study. Don't take my word for it, Go Google all that. Google all four, Jefferson, throw in the search term "Alexander Hamilton," then ANDREW JACKSON, then ABRAHAM LINCOLN then WOODROW WILSON, using the man's name with the search terms + federal reserve. You'll see a lot of VIDEOS, so do your homework, watch them. WHY? Cuz your country just was smashed like a bug by the FED. Don't you want to know why your children will starve? Hey, there might be time to do something, you know? Get our country back. That kind of thing. THE ZEITGEIST online MOVIE had over 2 million viewers --- try that one. Avoid the chapters on religion.
OK where were we. The Fifth and last president to come out against the FED was the most tragic story of all. It was JFK. He WENT AFTER THEM like an Irish Terrier, in a huge way. OUR JOHN framed a law to dump the banksters on their keesters and he was getting that law to CONGRESS when they shot him. And Bobby would have been the next PRES so they shot him too.
READ THIS URL http://hidhist.wordpress.com/assassination/jfk/the-assassination-of-john-f-kennedy-and-the-federal-reserve-bank/
They killed JFK before it could even get that law to congress.They used LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON for the hit. Lyndon knew of one CIA assasination specialist, Cord Meyer, WHO HATED JFK (as the libidinous Pres was having an affair with Cord's WIFE, MARY! a blue blood artist whose sis Toni was married to Ben Bradlee of the Wash Post.) The hit was financed by a lot of LBJ's team, the OIL MEN from TEXAS. The F-8 group. Meyer dug up a professional death squad from CORSICA and got them into DALLAS and took JFK out. For the details, click on/ and Read, THE JFK HIT AND WHO DID IT
JFK knew the US and THEM History of the world as JFK's DAD JOE had been an outsider at the trough and observed the pigs first hand. The IRISH were hated then. Catholics were despised so JOE KENNEDY's eyes were extra sharp, the way outsiders' eyes are. He knew all the skivvy on bankers (HE started clerking at a bank, made his first fortune in BANKING) and taught his children well. They were drilled at the dinner table, all their lives by this savvy, controlling Dad who wanted them to understand the landscape, get into power and change it. Joe knew that the moment the FEDERAL RESERVE came on the scene, from 1913 on, there have been nothing but MURDEROUS WARS that the Banksters created to drive their fave industries, the WAR TOY INDUSTRY. Wartime, they'd DOUBLE THEIR MONEY at the expense of the various countries involved, 'change borders and dance', i.e. 'musical borders', extend their possesions' frontiers into the next country or kill their way thru new areas of the third world, set up mineral interests, grab the utilities, water, mines, food producing, (United Fruit,) and organize their supply lines thru flunkie dictators giving the plundered colonies nothing but famine, joblessness and economic problems thereafter. This was the web of the SPIDER.
FAST FORWARD TO TODAY. If we as a nation are to ever be free again, the central bankers have to be thrown out of this country for good. DUMP THE FED should be our cry. America must default on the debt that they have wrapped around us and start over. Also, we must warn all other countries of the danger of having this SATAN BUG get hold of an economy.
He went on: "The international bankers have succeeded in doing more than just
controlling the money supply. Today they actually create the money
supply, while making it appear to be created by the government. This
devious scheme was revealed by Sir Josiah Stamp, director of the Bank of
England and the second richest man in Britain in the 1920s. Speaking at
the University of Texas in 1927, he dropped this bombshell:
The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing. The process
is perhaps the most astounding piece of sleight of hand that was ever
invented. Banking was conceived in inequity and born in sin . . . . Bankers
own the earth. Take it away from them but leave them the power to create
money, and, with a flick of a pen, they will create enough money to buy it
back again. . . . Take this great power away from them and all great
fortunes like mine will disappear, for then this would be a better and
happier world to live in. . . . But, if you want to continue to be the
slaves of bankers and pay the cost of your own slavery, then let bankers
continue to create money and control credit."
Professor Henry C. K. Liu is an economist who graduated from Harvard and
chaired a graduate department at UCLA before becoming an investment adviser
for developing countries. He calls the current monetary scheme a "cruel
hoax." When we wake up to that fact, he says, our entire economic world view
will need to be reordered, "just as physics was subject to reordering when
man's world view changed with the realization that the earth is not
stationary nor is it the center of the universe."4 The hoax is that there is
virtually no "real" money in the system, only debts. Except for coins, which
are issued by the government and make up only about one one-thousandth of
the money supply, the entire U.S. money supply now consists of debt to
private banks, for money they created with accounting entries on their
books. It is all done by sleight of hand; and like a magician's trick, we
have to see it many times before we realize what is going on. But when we
do, it changes everything. All of history has to be rewritten.
The following chapters track the web of deceit that has engulfed us in debt,
and present a simple solution that could make the country solvent once
again. It is not a new solution but dates back to the Constitution: the
power to create money needs to be returned to the government and the people
it represents. The federal debt could be paid, income taxes could be
eliminated, and social programs could be expanded; and this could all be
done without imposing austerity measures on the people or sparking runaway
inflation. Utopian as that may sound, it represents the thinking of some of
America's brightest and best, historical and contemporary, including Abraham
Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. Among other arresting facts
explored in this book are that:
a.. The "Federal" Reserve is not actually federal. It is a private
corporation owned by a consortium of very large multinational banks.
b.. Except for coins, the government does not create money. Dollar bills
(Federal Reserve Notes) are created by the private Federal Reserve, which
lends them to the government. (Chapter 2)
c.. Tangible currency (coins and dollar bills) together make up less than
3 percent of the U.S. money supply. The other 97 percent exists only as data
entries on computer screens, and all of this money was created by banks in
the form of loans. (Chapters 2 and 17)
d.. WEIRDEST OF ALL, The money that banks lend is not recycled from pre-existing deposits.
It is new money, which did not exist until it was lent. (Chapters 17 and 18)
HERE ARE SOMRE MORE STARTLING FACTS:
a.. Thirty percent of the money created by banks with accounting entries
is invested for their own accounts. (Chapter 18)
b.. The American banking system, which at one time extended productive
loans to agriculture and industry, has today become a giant betting machine.
An estimated $370 trillion are now riding on complex high-risk bets known as
derivatives - 28 times the $13 trillion annual output of the entire U.S.
economy. These bets are funded by big U.S. banks and are made largely with
borrowed money created on a computer screen. Derivatives can be and have
been used to manipulate markets, loot businesses, and destroy competitor
economies. (Chapters 20 and 32)
c.. The U.S. federal debt has not been paid off since the days of Andrew
Jackson. Only the interest gets paid, while the principal portion continues
to grow. (Chapter 2)
d.. The federal income tax was instituted specifically to coerce taxpayers
to pay the interest due to the banks on the federal debt. If the money
supply had been created by the government rather than borrowed from banks
that created it, the income tax would have been unnecessary. (Chapters 13
e.. The interest alone on the federal debt will soon be more than the
taxpayers can afford to pay. When we can't pay, the Federal Reserve's
debt-based dollar system must collapse. (Chapter 29)
f.. Contrary to popular belief, creeping inflation is not caused by the
government irresponsibly printing dollars. It is caused by banks expanding
the money supply with loans. (Chapter 10)
g.. Most of the runaway inflation seen in "banana republics" has been
caused, not by national governments over-printing money, but by global
institutional speculators attacking local currencies and devaluing them on
h.. The same sort of speculative devaluation could happen to the U.S.
dollar if international investors were to abandon it as a global "reserve"
currency, something they are now threatening to do in retaliation for what
they perceive to be American economic imperialism. (
i.. There is a way out of this morass. The early American colonists found
it, and so did Abraham Lincoln and some other national leaders: the
government can take back the money-issuing power from the banks.
The bankers' Federal Reserve Notes and the government's coins represent two
separate money systems that have been competing for dominance throughout
recorded history. At one time, the right to issue money was the sovereign
right of the king; but that right got usurped by private moneylenders. Today
the sovereigns are the people, and the coins that make up less than one
one-thousandth of the money supply are all that are left of our sovereign
money. Many nations have successfully issued their own money, at least for a
time; but the bankers' debt-money has generally infiltrated the system and
taken over in the end. These concepts are so foreign to what we have been
taught that it can be hard to wrap our minds around them, but the facts have
been substantiated by many reliable authorities. To cite a few -
Robert H. Hemphill, Credit Manager of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta,
wrote in 1934: We are completely dependent on the commercial Banks. Someone has to borrow
every dollar we have in circulation, cash or credit. If the Banks create
ample synthetic money we are prosperous; if not, we starve. We are
absolutely without a permanent money system. When one gets a complete grasp
of the picture, the tragic absurdity of our hopeless position is almost
incredible, but there it is. It is the most important subject intelligent
persons can investigate and reflect upon. "
Graham Towers, Governor of the Bank of Canada from 1935 to 1955,
acknowledged: Banks create money. That is what they are for. . . . The manufacturing
process to make money consists of making an entry in a book. That is all. .
. . Each and every time a Bank makes a loan . . . new Bank credit is
created -- brand new money.
Robert B. Anderson, Secretary of the Treasury under Eisenhower, said in an
interview reported in the August 31, 1959 issue of U.S. News and World
Report: When a bank makes a loan, it simply adds to the borrower's deposit
account in the bank by the amount of the loan. The money is not taken from
anyone else's deposit; it was not previously paid in to the bank by anyone.
It's new money, created by the bank for the use of the borrower.
Michel Chossudovsky, Professor of Economics at the University of Ottawa,
wrote during the Asian currency crisis of 1998: Privately held money reserves
in the hands of "institutional speculators" far exceed the limited capabilities of the
World's central banks. The latter acting individually or collectively are no longer able to
fight the tide of speculative activity. Monetary policy is in the hands of
private creditors who have the ability to freeze State budgets, paralyse the
payments process, thwart the regular disbursement of wages to millions of
workers (as in the former Soviet Union) and precipitate the collapse of
production and social programmes.
Today, Federal Reserve Notes and U.S. dollar loans dominate the economy of
the world; but this international currency is not money issued by the
American people or their government. It is money created and lent by a
private cartel of international bankers, and this cartel has the United
States itself hopelessly entangled in a web of debt. By 2006, combined
personal, corporate and federal debt in the United States had reached a
staggering 44 trillion dollars - four times the collective national income,
or $147,312 for every man, woman and child in the country.8 The United
States is legally bankrupt, defined in the dictionary as being unable to pay
one's debts, being insolvent, or having liabilities in excess of a
reasonable market value of assets held. By October 2006, the debt of the
U.S. government had hit a breath-taking $8.5 trillion. Local, state and
national governments are all so heavily in debt that they have been forced
to sell off public assets to satisfy creditors. Crowded schools, crowded
roads, and cutbacks in public transportation are eroding the quality of
American life. A 2005 report by the American Society of Civil Engineers gave
the nation's infrastructure an overall grade of D, including its roads,
bridges, drinking water systems and other public works. "Americans are
spending more time stuck in traffic and less time at home with their
families," said the group's president. "We need to establish a
comprehensive, long-term infrastructure plan."9 We need to but we can't,
because government at every level is broke.
Money in the Land of Oz
If governments everywhere are in debt, who are they in debt to? The answer
is that they are in debt to private banks. The "cruel hoax" is that
governments are in debt for money created on a computer screen, money they
could have created themselves. The vast power acquired through this sleight
of hand by a small clique of men pulling the strings of government behind
the scenes evokes images from The Wizard of Oz, a classic American fairytale
that has become a rich source of imagery for financial commentators.
Editorialist Christopher Mark wrote in a series called "The Grand
Welcome to the world of the International Banker, who like the famous
film, The Wizard of Oz, stands behind the curtain of orchestrated national
and international policymakers and so-called elected leaders. 10
The late Murray Rothbard, an economist of the classical Austrian School,
Money and banking have been made to appear as mysterious and arcane
processes that must be guided and operated by a technocratic elite. They are
nothing of the sort. In money, even more than the rest of our affairs, we
have been tricked by a malignant Wizard of Oz.11
In a 2002 article titled "Who Controls the Federal Reserve System?", Victor
"In essence, money has become nothing more than illusion -- an electronic
figure or amount on a computer screen. . . . As time goes on, we have an
increasing tendency toward being sucked into this Wizard of Oz vortex of
unreality [by] magician-priests that use the illusion of money as their
control device." James Galbraith wrote in The New American Prospect:
We are left . . . with the thought that the Federal Reserve Board does not
know what it is doing. This is the "Wizard of Oz" theory, in which we pull
away the curtains only to find an old man with a wrinkled face, playing with
lights and loudspeakers. The analogies to The Wizard of Oz work for a reason. According to later
commentators, the tale was actually written as a monetary allegory, at a
time when the "money question" was a key issue in American politics. In the
1890s, politicians were still hotly debating who should create the nation's
money and what it should consist of. Should it be created by the government,
with full accountability to the people? Or should it be created by private
banks behind closed doors, for the banks' own private ends?
We forgot one man who was on track, almost made it to the presidency,
William Jennings Bryan, the Populist candidate for President in 1896 and
again in 1900, mounted the last serious challenge to the right of private
bankers to create the national money supply. He is remembered for his
war cry "You shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold."
According to the commentators, Bryan was represented in Frank Baum's
1900 book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by the Cowardly Lion.
The Lion finally proved he was the King of Beasts by
decapitating a giant spider that was terrorizing everyone in the forest. The
giant spider Bryan challenged at the turn of the twentieth century was the
Morgan/Rockefeller banking cartel, which was bent on usurping the power to
create the nation's money from the people and their representative
Before World War I, two opposing systems of political economy competed for
dominance in the United States. One operated out of Wall Street, the New
York financial district that came to be the symbol of American finance. Its
most important address was 23 Wall Street, known as the "House of Morgan."
J. P. Morgan was an agent of powerful British banking interests. The Wizards
of Wall Street and the Old World bankers pulling their strings sought to
establish a national currency that was based on the "gold standard," one
created privately by the financial elite who controlled the gold. The other
system dated back to Benjamin Franklin and operated out of Philadelphia, the
country's first capital, where the Constitutional Convention was held and
Franklin's "Society for Political Inquiries" planned the industrialization
and public works that would free the new republic from economic slavery to
England.14 The Philadelphia faction favored a bank on the model established
in provincial Pennsylvania, where a state loan office issued and lent money,
collected the interest, and returned it to the provincial government to be
used in place of taxes. President Abraham Lincoln returned to the colonial
system of government-issued money during the Civil War; but he was
assassinated, and the bankers reclaimed control of the money machine. The
silent coup of the Wall Street faction culminated with the passage of the
Federal Reserve Act in 1913, something they achieved by misleading Bryan and
other wary Congressmen into thinking the Federal Reserve was actually
Today the debate over who should create the national money supply is rarely
heard, mainly because few people even realize it is an issue. Politicians
and economists, along with everybody else, simply assume that money is
created by the government, and that the "inflation" everybody complains
about is caused by an out-of-control government running the dollar printing
presses. The puppeteers working the money machine were more visible in the
1890s than they are today, largely because they had not yet succeeded in
buying up the media and cornering public opinion.
Economics is a dry and forbidding subject that has been made intentionally
complex by banking interests intent on concealing what is really going on.
It is a subject that sorely needs lightening up, with imagery, metaphors,
characters and a plot; so before we get into the ponderous details of the
modern system of money-based-on-debt, we'll take an excursion back to a
simpler time, when the money issues were more obvious and were still a
burning topic of discussion. The plot line for The Wizard of Oz has been
traced to the first-ever march on Washington, led by an obscure Ohio
businessman who sought to persuade Congress to return to Lincoln's system of
government-issued money in 1894. Besides sparking a century of protest
marches and the country's most famous fairytale, this little-known visionary
and the band of unemployed men he led may actually have had the solution to
the whole money problem, then and now . . . .
NOTE: The metaphor of a grabby, multi legged spider seems to crop up in the mind of all those who study the FED. New York Mayor John Hylan, writing in the 1920s, called the Fed a "giant octopus" that "seizes in its long and powerful tentacles our executive officers, our legislative bodies, our schools, our courts, our newspapers, and every agency created for the public protection." The debt spider has devoured farms, homes and whole countries that have become trapped in its web. In a February 2005 article called "The Death of Banking," financial commentator Hans Schicht wrote: The fact that the Banker is allowed to extend credit several times his own capital base and that the Banking Cartels, the Central Banks, are licensed to issue fresh paper money in exchange for treasury paper, [has] provided them with free lunch for eternity. . . . Through a network of anonymous financial spider webbing only a handful of global King Bankers own and control it all. . . . Everybody, people, enterprise, State and foreign countries, all have become slaves chained to the Banker's credit ropes. Schicht writes that he had an opportunity in his career to observe the wizards of finance as an insider at close range. The game has gotten so centralized and concentrated, he says, that the greater part of U.S. banking and enterprise is now under the control of a small inner circle of men. He calls the game "spider webbing." Its rules include: a.. Making any concentration of wealth invisible.b.. Exercising control through "leverage" - mergers, takeovers, chain share holdings where one company holds shares of other companies, conditions annexed to loans, and so forth. c.. Exercising tight personal management and control, with a minimum of insiders and front-men who themselves have only partial knowledge of the game, but using American bankers as lackeys, draining the country dry, draining our workers of tax blood and when our people got too starved, thin, weak and unproductive, they kicked us aside.
Now we are but a shriveled corpse left like a dried fossil to hang in the sun. The FEDERAL RESERVE and the WORLD BANKERS which SPAWNED the Fed Spider are moving on, the scent of fresh blood luring them to productive India, (cheap workers,) China (cheap and brilliant workers,) and Russia (deep oil). We couldn't extricate ourselves when we were strong. How much less can we do it in this condition? We cannot get free or even let out a peep to warn other countries of this lethal process that turns mighty Republics into third world lands of famine full of confused, stammering, weeping rape victims who never saw the face of the Rapist.
The American hour is up. The Banksters have now discarded her for globalized INDIA and neutralizes CHINA who are both so productive and of course, Russia (dripping oil). Those three are the hottest new contenders in the NEW MISS WORLD CONTEST.
Not to say that they've let go of America. They squeezed the life out of us, is all. Watch a UTUBE VIDEO that's at GOOGLE and U-TUBE both about THE SIXTH MAN. BARAC OBAMA. The film shows how they created an OBAMA LEGEND and how in his first months of office, he has welched on every promise. You have to watch this and decide if we have another JFK ready to OUTLAW the FED. It would seem not. It would seem to be just the opposite and hey, the film is called THE OBAMA DECEPTION. VIDEO GOOGLE was where the film could be seen for free. Google its title
Noting the huge poularity of ZEITGEIST, the millions who saw it online and the millions starting to watch this new film, OBAMA DECEPTION, I asked an expert, "We're closing in on them, aren't we. Bilderburgers and the Fed. " He shrugged. 'Hope so."
"But really, who are those masked men? He answered; "Well, In a recent legislative session regarding abolishing the Fed, the following eight family banks were named as the owners of the Federal Reserve:
Rothschild Banks of London and Berlin
Lazares Brothers Banks of Paris
Israel Moses Seif Bank of Italy
Warburg Bank of Hamburg and Amsterdam
Lehman Brothers Bank of New York
Chase Manhattan Bank of New York
Kuhn, Loeb Bank of New York
Goldman, Sachs Bank of New York.
ALL AMERICA's problems trace to the BRITISH BANKS
running this VAMPIRE SUCK ON US. Spiders are
easy to kill. A broom wrapped in an old
rag, put on your glasses and spot the ole spider
where it roosts. This isn't brain surgery. We just PICKET THE FEDERAL
RESERVE IN TWELVE CITIES, with interesting signs:
"YOU SUCKED AMERICA DRY. PROOF that YOU SUCK!"
"JEFFERSON NEVER WANTED YOU BANKSTERS"
"BRAVO AARON BURR!"
"THE BRIT BANKSTERS MURDERED HONEST ABE"
THEY TRICKED WOODROW"
"ANDY JACKSON KNEW YOU WERE S**T
JFK MADE A LAW AGAINST YOU ---
YOU KILLED HIM BEFORE HE PASSED IT!
WE WANT YOU ASSASSINS GONE!
WE CAN PRINT OUR OWN MONEY F**K YOU VERY MUCH
THIS IS THE ONLY PICKET YOU WANT TO DO THIS YEAR
2nd District--New York
8th District--St. Louis
10th District--Kansas City
12th District--San Francisco
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<===== MONEY SECRETS THAT WILL HELP YOU SURVIVE NOW THAT AMERICA IS A DRIED FLY wrapped IN A SPIDER WEB
<==== THE MELTDOWN, WHO CAUSED IT AND WHY THEY DID IT.
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