November 1793 Reign of Terror
"Jean Baptiste Carrier, a
wholesale executioner in the French Revolution, willing tool of Marat whom this
little misshapen hideous dwarf resembled in many ways enrolled companies of
criminals, negroes and mulattos, one of which was called 'The Company of
Carrier butchered men, women and children, chiefly of the
peasant class, in wholesale drownings.
According to the estimate of one
of Carrier's own committee, 9,000 people, priests, peasants, and women with
babies were herded into barges which were taken out and sunk in the
Carrier's own declaration of the intense joy he experienced in
seeing his victims suffer are recorded at his eventual trial after the downfall
"I have never laughed so much", he declared, "as when I
saw the grimaces those priests made as they died." - George Pitt-Rivers,
After the fall of the Robespierre government, Carrier, a member of
the Jacobin Club, is tried for war crimes, found guilty and executed.
July 13, 1973
Jean-Paul Marat who heads the
Comité de Surveillance dies after
Charlotte Corday plunges a knife
into his chest.
1800 Rothschilds hire general
Bonaparte of the French Revolutionary Army to restore order.
privately owned central bank of France, is founded.
owned its shares, and even Napoleon himself bought shares in the bank." -
Andrew Gavin Marshall
Eventually Napoleon Bonaparte decides France has
to break free of debt.
Napoleon Bonaparte declares that when a government is dependent on
bankers for money, it is bankers - not government leaders - in control.
"The hand that gives is among the hand that takes.
Money has no
motherland, financiers are without patriotism and without decency,
their sole object is gain." - Napoleon Bonaparte
A central bank is
granted a cartel charter
over the creation and distribution of the money supply and credit for a nation
or a group of nations.
A central bank formulates monetary
policy and regulates member banks.
Central banks are referred to as
"lenders of last resort."
Central banks provide
liquidity to critical nodes -
choke points - in monetary supply
chains allowing "smooth circulation" of
banks are joint stock incorporations.
Napoleon Bonaparte strikes a deal with
the Louisiana purchase, exchanging the Mississippi basin for $3,000,000 in gold
which Napoleon Bonaparte uses
to hire an army for the Napoleonic Wars:
the War of the Third Coalition
the War of the Fourth Coalition (1806-7),
the War of
the Fifth Coalition (1809),
the War of the Sixth Coalition (1813),
and the War of the Seventh Coalition (1815).
industrilization military forces are organized around "foraging."
Soldiers interact with locals to acquire supplies in the conflict zone.
As they move
forward they strip the land to continue the forward march.
how the Russian scorched earth policy worked to defeat
Napoleonic Wars have lasting consequences for global and
They lead to:
the spread of nationalism and
the rise of the British Empire as the premier world power;
the independence movements in Latin America;
the collapse of
the Spanish Empire;
the fundamental reorganization of German and
Italian territories into states;
and the establishment of radically new
methods in warfare.
Land warfare becomes dependent on
"If you will look back at every war in Europe
during the Nineteenth Century, you will see that they always ended with the
establishment of a 'balance of
power.' Bank of England
quickly rises to oppose Napoleon Bonaparte and finances every nation in his
path profiteering off
With every re-shuffling there was a balance of power in a
new grouping around the House of
Rothschild in England, France, or Austria.
They grouped nations so
if any king got out of line a war would break out and the war would be decided
by the financing." - Stuart Crane
Prussia, Austria, and then finally
Russia all go heavily into debt to City of
London Money Power.
Napoleon falls, there
remained but one grand imperialism - the imperialism of concentrated wealth -
Money Power in the City of
William Brown establishes William Brown & Co. in
1811 A bill is put before Congress to
renew the charter of the First
The legislatures of both Pennsylvania and Virginia pass
resolutions asking Congress to kill the bank.
The national press openly
attacks the bank: a great swindle; a vulture; a viper; and a coiled
"Either the application for renewal of the charter is granted, or
the US will find itself involved in a most disastrous war." - Nathan Mayer
The renewal bill clears the House of Represenatives by a
single vote and becomes deadlocked in the Senate.
James Madison, a staunch opponent of
the First Bank, sends Vice-President, George Clinton, to break the tie in the
Senate which kills the central bank.
War of 1812
First Bank of the US charter is not renewed and the British attack
As the British are still busy fighting Napoleon Bonaparte they
are unable to mount much of an assault and the war ends with America
1815 Napoleon Bonaparte escapes
exile and assembles an army which the Duke of Wellington defeats less than 90
days later at Waterloo.
Once the battle appears decided, Rothworth
crosses the Channel, and delivers the news of Wellington's victory to Nathan
Mayer Rothschild a full 24 hours before Wellington's own courier.
Mayer Rothschild hurries to stand in the London Stockmarket.
are on Nathan as the Rothschilds have a legendary communications.
Nathan Mayer standing there looking forlorn suddenly starts selling.
The other traders have been fooled into thinking that Napoleon
Bonaparte has won so they all start selling frantically.
subsequently plummets as everyone is selling their Consuls (British Government
Nathan Mayer Rothschild secretly starts buying them all up
through his agents on the floor, for a fraction of what they were worth only
A lot of these consuls are converted to Bank of England
Nathan Mayer Rothschild takes control of the Bank of England and
the British money supply.
Nathan Mayer Rothschild marries
Hannah Barent-Cohen related by marriage to
Karl Heinrich Marx.
Nathan Mayer Rothschild openly
brags that in 17 years in England he has increased his initial
£20,000 stake given him by his father, 2500 times to £50,000,000.
British Treasury owes a debt of £ 885,000,000 due to the
compounding of interest to the Bank of England.
Stuart Crane notes that there are two means used to collateralize loans to
governments and kings.
Whenever a business firm borrows big money its
creditor obtains a voice in management to protect the investment.
government can borrow big money unless willing to surrender to the creditor
some measure of sovereignty as collateral." - Gary Allen
1818 John Brown establishes John A. Brown & Co. in
1825 James Brown establishes Brown Brothers &
Co. on Pine Street in New York.
Brown Brothers &
Co. relocates to Wall Street.
Panic of 1837 Brown
Brothers withdraws from the lending business to focus on currency exchange
and international trade.
Civil War Brown Brothers
ships carry 75% of the slave cotton from
the American South to British mill owners.
Moses Taylor, Chairman of the
Loan Committee to finance the Union in the Civil War, offers the government
another $5,000,000 at 12% to continue financing the war by shaving 33% off US
Colonel Dick Taylor of Chicago suggests Abraham Lincoln
have Congress pass a bill authorizing
the printing of full legal tender
Act of 1862, allows the printing of $150 million Greenback with the US Treasury acting as the Bank.
"The government should create, issue and circulate all the currency and
credit needed to satisfy the spending power of the Government and the buying
power of the people.
The privilege of creating and issuing money is the
supreme prerogative of government and it is in the government's greatest
Adoption of these principles will save taxpayers
immense sums of interest.
Money will cease to be master and become the
servant." - Abraham
July 11, 1862 Second Legal Tender
Act enacted allows another $150 million Greenback
to be printed.
"If that mischievous financial policy, which had its
origin in the North American Republic, should become indurated down to a
fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost.
It will pay off debts and be without a debt.
It will have all
the money necessary to carry on its commerce.
It will become prosperous
beyond precedent in the history of civilized governments of the world.
The brains and the wealth of all countries will go to North America.
That government must be destroyed or it will destroy every monarchy on
the globe." - The Times of London
1862 A letter from Napoleon III is published proposing France, Britain,
and Russia act as mediators in the American conflict.
The Emperor cites
three reasons for such an action the suffering of the American people,
the harmful economic impact of the war on Europe (notably the cotton crisis),
and the seeming impossibility of the two sides reaching a resolution quickly
December 17, 1862 General
Order No. 11 decreed:
1. The Jews, as
a class violating every regulation
of trade established by the Treasury Department and also department orders,
are hereby expelled within twenty-four hours from the receipt of this order.
2. Post commanders will see to it that all of this class of people be
furnished passes and required to leave, and any one returning after such
notification will be arrested and held in confinement until an opportunity
occurs of sending them out as prisoners, unless furnished permit from
3. No passes will be given these people to visit
headquarters for the purpose of making personal application of trade
they come in with their
Carpet sacks in spite of all that can be done.
The Jews seem to be
a privileged class that can travel any where.
They will land at any
wood yard and make their way through the country.
If not permitted to
buy Cotton themselves they will act as agents for someone else who will be at a
Military post, with a Treasury permit to receive Cotton and pay for it in
Treasury notes which the Jew will buy up at an agreed rate, paying gold
a curse to the Army
expelled." - Ulysses S. Grant to
Christopher Wolcott, the United States Assistant Secretary of
1863 Third Legal Tender Act allows another $150 million
Greenback to be printed.
June 3, 1864 Abraham Lincoln, failing to
garner congressional authority to print more Greenback signs the National Banking
Act into law.
The North is being financed by the Rothschilds
through their American agent, August Belmont, while the South is being financed
through the Erlangers, Rothschild relatives.
"The agents of the banks
fell upon the bill in haste and disfigured it." - Thaddeus Stevens
Alexander II states Russia considers active British or French military action a
declaration of war and sends his Pacific Fleet to San Francisco.
Alexander II, like Otto Von Bismarck, could see what the bankers were up to
having already refused to let them set up a central bank in
Abraham Lincoln is re-elected.
"The money power preys
upon the nations in times of peace and conspires against it in times of
It is more
despotic than monarchy, more insolent than autocracy, more selfish than
Abraham Lincoln, November 21
"My agency in promoting the passage of the
National Banking Act was the greatest financial mistake in my life. It
has built up a monopoly which affects
every interest in the country." -
"While boasting of
our noble deeds we're careful to conceal the ugly fact that by an
iniquitous money system we have nationalized a system of oppression which, though more
refined, is not less cruel than the old
system of chattel slavery." - Horace Greeley
"Importers were obliged
to go to Wall Street to buy gold to pay duties on their goods, and the
Wall Street gamblers held the power to
fix the price.
Gold went to a premium.
Had the greenbacks
been permitted to retain their full legal tender quality, there would have been
no need for gold to pay import duties.
The price of gold rapidly rose
and before the war closed had reached the price of $2.85, measured in
Thus during the entire war these
speculated in gold, making fortunes from
the blood and tears of the
This 'sacred war debt' was only a gigantic of
fraud, concocted by European capitalists and enacted into American law with the
aid of congressmen, who were their paid hirelings or their ignorant dupes." -
Mrs M. E. Hobart
April 9, 1865 Confederate
General Robert E. Lee surrenders his Army of Northern Virginia, marking a
symbolic end to the Civil War.
Joan Baez -
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Lincoln is assassinated by John Wilkes Booth, at Ford's Theater.
Allegations that international bankers were responsible for Lincoln's
assassination surfaced in the Canadian House of Commons in 1934.
G. McGeer obtained evidence deleted from the public record provided by Secret
Service agents that stated John Wilkes Booth was a
mercenary working for
"They were the men opposed to his national currency
program and who had fought him throughout the whole Civil War on his policy of
They were the men
interested in the establishment of the Gold
Standard and the right of the bankers to manage the currency and credit
of every nation.
With Abraham Lincoln out of the way they were able to
proceed with that plan and did proceed with it in the United States.
years after Lincoln's assassination,
silver was demonetized and the
Gold Standard set up in the US." - Gerald G.
McGee, Vancouver Sun, May 2, 1934
"During the Civil War the
conspirators launched the first concrete efforts.
We know that Judah
Benjamin, chief advisor of Jefferson Davis, was a Rothschild agent.
also know that there were Rothschild agents planted in Abraham Lincoln's
cabinet who tried to sell
him into a financial dealing.
Old Abe saw through the
scheme and bluntly rejected it thereby incurring the undying enmity of the
Rothschilds; exactly as the Russian Tsar
did when he torpedoed their first League of Nations at the Congress in
Investigation of the assassination of Lincoln revealed that
the assassin Booth was a member of a secret conspiratorial group. " -
soulless central bankers wanted the reinstitution of a central bank under their
control and an American currency backed by gold.
Gold was chosen as
gold had always been relatively scarce, was a lot easier to monopolize , than
silver - now plentifully found in huge quantities in Aspen, Caribou, Telluride
and Leadville Colorado, Virginia City Nevada and the Calico Mountains of
1866 Congress passes the, "Contraction Act," which
authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to contract the money supply by
retiring some of the Greenback in circulation.
"The hard times
occurring after the Civil War could have been avoided if the
Greenback legislation had continued as Abraham
Lincoln had intended.
Instead there were
a series of money panics, what we call
recessions, which put pressure on Congress to
to place the banking system under centralized
control. " - Theodore R. Thoren and Richard F. Walker
Congress passes the "Contraction Act."
money supply falls as currency
is withdrawn from circulation.
$1,800,000,000 in circulation - approximately $50.46 per capita
1867 ~ $1,300,000,000 in circulation - approximately $44.00
1876 ~ $600,000,000 in circulation -
approximately $14.60 per capita
$400,000,000 in circulation - approximately $6.67 per capita
Ernest Seyd appears in America with $100,000 to
bribe as many Congressmen as
necessary for the purposes of getting silver demonetized.
Ulysses S. Grant signs the
Coinage Act (H. R. 2934 written in 67 sections filling 35 pages of the
House Journal on May 27, 1872) which results in the minting of silver dollars
being abruptly stopped.
Representative Samuel Hooper, who introduced
the bill in the house, admits Ernest Seyd drafted the legislation.
Western mining interests and others who want silver in circulation
labeled this measure the "Crime of '73."
1873 "I went to
America in the winter of 1872 - 1873, authorized to secure, if I could, the
passage of a bill demonetizing silver.
It was in the interests of
those I represented, the governors of the
Bank of England, to have it
By 1873, gold coins
were the only form of coin money." - Ernest Seyd
Russell Sage buys a seat on the
New York Stock Exchange.
Sage secures stocks in smaller western railroads Chicago, Milwaukee and
St. Paul railways and becomes wealthy selling these to larger trunk
Sage is closely associated with
Jay Gould in the management as a
director of the Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific, Missouri
Pacific, Delaware, Lackawanna, Missouri-Kansas-Texas,
Western and St. Louis-San Francisco railways.
Sage is also a
director of American Cable, Western Union telegraph and
Manhattan Consolidated system of elevated railroads in New York City.
the workforce is
unemployed and unrest
There are even calls for a return to
Greenback or silver.
Congress creates the
US Silver Commission to investigate the problem.
states that the deliberate contraction of the money supply created the current
"The disaster of the Dark Ages was caused by
decreasing money and falling prices. Without money, civilization could not have
had a beginning, and with a diminishing supply, it must languish, and unless
relieved, finally perish. History records no other such disastrous transition
as that from the Roman Empire to
the Dark Ages." - US Silver Commission
this report no action is taken.
Rioting breaks out from Pittsburgh to
Association urges membership to do everything in their power to put
down any notion of a return to Greenbacks.
The American Bankers
Association secretary, James Buel, writes a letter to the
"It is advisable to do all in your power to sustain such prominent daily and weekly
newspapers, especially the Agricultural and Religious Press, as well as
oppose the Greenback issue of paper money and that
you will also withhold patronage from all applicants who are not willing to
oppose the government issue of money.
To repeal the Act creating bank
notes, or to restore to circulation issue of money will be to provide the
people with money and will therefore seriously affect our individual profits as
bankers and lenders.
See your Congressman at once and engage him to
support our interests that we may control legislation." - Secretary James Buel
Associated Bankers of New York, Philadelphia, Boston
1878 Congress passes the Sherman Law.
allows the minting of a limited number of silver dollars.
did not mean that anyone who brought silver to the US Mint could have it struck
into silver dollars, free of charge, as in the period prior to Ernest Seyd's
Coinage Act in 1873.
Gold backing of the American
currency also remains.
The Sherman Law ensures some money begans
to flow into the economy.
James Abram Garfield, Chairman of the Appropriations Committee and a
member of Banking and Currency, is elected President.
controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry
When you realize that the entire system is very easily
controlled, one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you will not
have to be told how periods of inflation
and depression originate." - James Abram Garfield
July 2, 1881 James Abram Garfield is killed by Charles J.
us make use of the courts.
Let us go forward as fast as possible at
foreclosing on debts and mortgages.
Through the intervention of
law, the common people shall have
lost their homes, they will be more easy
to control and more easy to
They shall not be able to
resist the strong hand of the government acting in accordance with the
orders of the central power of imperial
leaders are working at establishing an imperialism of capital.
While they are implementing this plan, they must keep the people busy with political
antagonisms." - United States Bankers' Magazine 1892
1893 "The year 1893 saw the biggest economic crisis in the
country's history. After several decades of wild industrial growth, financial
speculation and profiteering, it all collapsed: 642 banks failed and 16,000
businesses closed down. Out of the labor force of 15 million, 3 million were
unemployed." - Howard Zinn
1894 "Were the Government to
establish banks as depositories for all the money in the country it is safe to
presume that nearly all the money in the country would come into these banks.
We cannot enumerate in an hour all the benefits of government ownership
of the banking system but you will recognize the following:
safety of the bank as a place for
Relief from anxiety to all
persons who deposit money in the banks.
III. The inducement for the
common people to acquire and save money that they may place it in the bank and
get 3 per cent interest on their
constant abundance of money in the bank by which any person can always borrow
who has security.
V. The absolute impartiality by which the poor can
borrow as cheaply as the rich, the man in Idaho borrow as cheaply as the man in
VI. Freedom from broken
banks, which precipitate the financial panic, which shut down business,
which starves out the laboring man, which compels the poor to sell for what
they can get in order to have something to eat.
VII. Freedom from the
hard times, resulting from bank failures, in which period the rich take
advantage of the poor, who are out of work, to buy that which they are
compelled to sell at a quarter of the value.
VIII. Freedom from
conditions from time to time in which the
rapidly doubles and trebles his fortune.
IX. The abolition of the
chattel mortgage shark that gets his 5 per cent a month when banks are failing
and money is hidden.
X. The abolition of the money broker who gets his
living through the simple finding of places where money can be borrowed during
the continual period of hard times.
XI. The settled financial
conditions by which people can know what to depend upon when they engage in
XII. The immense revenue to the Government - a clear profit
over and above all present means of revenue.
XIII. Freedom from the
expense borne by people who pay annually hundreds of thousands of dollars to
save manufacturers and the proprietors of depositories for the custody of money
in these hiding places.
XIV. The convenience and safety from
robbery of doing business with
checks instead of being compelled to carry money to use in business
XV. The low rate of interest to borrowers by which the
money expended in interest can be saved and put into general circulation
instead of going into rich money loaner's hands at the great financial
centers." - Thomas E. Hill
1895 Supreme Court
finds an income tax law unconstitutional.
1896 Central issue in the
Presidential campaign is issuance of silver money.
Jennings Bryan from Nebraska makes an emotional speech at the Democratic
National Convention in Chicago, labeled, "Crown Of Thorns And Cross Of
"We will answer their demand for a Gold
Standard by saying to them, you shall not press down upon the brow of
labor this crown of thorns, you shall not crucify mankind
upon a cross of gold." - Senator Jennings Bryan
favors the Gold Standard.
their employees that if William Jennings Bryan is elected
all factories and plants
William McKinley beats William Jennings Bryan by a
1898 Spanish-American War
"On the one hand there is the
party which holds the power because it holds the wealth, which has in its grasp
all labor and all trade, which manipulates for its own benefit and its own
purposes all the sources of supply, and which is powerfully represented in the
councils of State itself.
On the other side there is the
powerless multitude, sore
usury, which, although more than once condemned by the Church, is
nevertheless under a different form but with the same guilt, still practiced by
avaricious and grasping men so that a
small number of very rich men have been able to
lay upon the masses of the poor
a yoke little better than slavery itself." - Pope Leo XIII
annexes Guam, the Philippine
Islands, Puerto Rico and gains temporary control over
The Anti-Imperialist League
opposed annexation on economic, legal, and
William McKinley as an imperialist.
William McKinley is re-elected with
foreign policy paramount.
William Jennings Bryan did not want war with Spain, opposed the
annexation of the Philippines and campaigned for silver money.
claims American product supreme in
global markets and after
the passage of the Gold Standard Act McKinley
easily wins re-election.
1901 Leon Frank Czolgosz
assassinates William McKinley.
Leon Frank Czolgosz is heavy influenced
by the anarchists Emma
Goldman and Ovsei Osipovich Berkman, deported under the Anarchist
1907 Two stock market crashes occur.
In March 1907 and then again in October 1907 with the stock market
falling nearly 50% from its peak in 1906.
There were numerous runs on
banks and trust companies leading to the closings of many banks and
Shortly before the Panic of
1907 Jacob Hirsch Schiff, the
head of Kuhn & Loeb, speaking to the New York Chamber of
"Unless we have a central bank with adequate control of
credit resources, this country is going to undergo the most severe and far
reaching money panic in its history." - Jacob Schiff
"If the Tsar will not accord our people desired
liberties, then a revolution will bring about a republic which will assure us
our rights." - Jacob
John Pierpont Morgan, threatened by the developing trusts,
refuses to help Knickerbocker Trust which is experiencing a run on
Charles T. Barney,
the president of Knickerbocker Trust, Charles Morse and his partners
Otto and Augustus Heinze, have failed in a
hostile takeover attempt of United
October 21 National Bank of
Commerce announces it will stop accepting cheques from Knickerbocker
Trust and Knickerbocker Trust collapses.
October 23 New
York Times runs front-page article describing the run on
Knickerbocker Trust with a companion describing the Trust Company of
America, 2nd largest trust in New York City, as the current "sore point" in
the panic according to George W. Perkins, a senior Morgan
"Oakleigh Thorne testified before a congressional committee
that his bank had been subjected to only moderate withdrawals
had not applied for help, and that it was the [Morgan's] 'sore point' statement
alone that had caused the run on his bank.
Morgan interests took
advantage of the unsettled conditions to precipitate the panic, guiding it
shrewdly as it progressed so that it would kill off rival banks and consolidate
the preeminence of the banks within the Morgan orbit." - Frederick Lewis Allen,
Life Magazine April 25, 1949
John Pierpont Morgan publicly
announces he will provide liquidity to the Trust
Company of America to stave off collapse.
John Pierpont Morgan
takes control of many smaller New York banks by manufacturing over $40,000,000
completely reserveless private money (fungible instruments), purchasing
goods & services and funding loans.
"Capital must protect itself in
Debts must be collected; loans and mortgages foreclosed as
soon as possible.
When through a
process of law
the common people have lost their
homes, they will be more tractable and
more easily governed by the
strong arm of the law applied by
the central power of leading
People without homes will not
quarrel with their leaders.
This is well known among our principle
men now engaged in forming an
imperialism of capitalism to govern the world.
dividing the people
we can get them to
expend their energies in fighting over questions of no importance to us
except as teachers of the common
herd." - John Pierpont Morgan
"A study of the panics of 1873,
1907 indicates that these
panics were the result of the
operations in London." - Eustace Mullins
signs into law the National Monetary Commission.
is packed with friends and cronies of JP Morgan including chairman Senator
Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich representing America's richest banking families from
Newport, Rhode Island.
Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich's daughter Abby marries
John D. Rockefeller Jr.,
and together they have five sons including
Nelson, Vice President in 1974
and David who would become Head of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich's son Winthrop Aldrich became chairman of the
Chase National Bank.
Following the setting up of this National Monetary Commission,
Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich immediately embarks on a 2 year 'fact finding' tour of
Europe, where he consulted at length with the central bankers in England,
France, and Germany, or rather Rothschild, Rothschild, and
"Finance and the tariff are reserved by Nelson Aldrich as
falling within his sole purview and jurisdiction.
Mr. Aldrich is
endeavoring to devise, through the National Monetary Commission, a
banking and currency law.
A great many are firmly of the opinion that
Mr. Aldrich sums up in his personality the greatest and most sinister menace to
the popular welfare of the US." - Harper's Weekly, May 7,
Shortly after Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich return the most wealthy and
powerful men in America board his private railcar in the strictest secrecy and
journey to Jekyll Island off the coast of Georgia.
In this group is
Paul Warburg who has
been lobbying for over five years for a privately owned central bank and Jacob
Hirsch Schiff who has recently purchased control of
Kuhn & Loeb after arriving
The Rothschilds, Warburgs and Schiffs are
Paul Warburg marries Nina Loeb, daughter of Solomon
Felix Warburg marries Frieda
Schiff, daughter of Jacob Hirsch Schiff.
and Max are sons of Charlotte
Esther (Oppenheimer) Warburg
and Moritz Moses Warburg.
Kuhn is a Germanized version of
"I was as secretive indeed,
as furtive as any
Discovery we knew, simply must not
happen, or else all our time and effort would be wasted.
If it were to
be exposed that our particular group had got together and written a banking
bill, that bill would have no chance whatever of passage by Congress." -
Frank Vanderlip, Saturday
Evening Post, February 9, 1935
"In the US today we have in effect
We have the duly constituted Government.
we have an independent, uncontrolled and uncoordinated government in the
Federal Reserve system, operating the
money powers which are reserved to Congress by the Constitution." -
Represenative Wright Patman, Chairman of the House Banking
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destruction of social structures that do not adhere to the corrupt
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coercion the direction of thought of the bulk of the population has been
directed toward solutions proposed by the corrupt international elite that
further consolidates their power and which further their purposes.
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