Once upon a time in a storied land of vast wildernesses, savage natives, majestic mountains, and raging streams, lived a beleaguered group of brave
men and women, who legend says hungered and thirsted for freedom and an end to tyranny so badly they were willing to shed their blood, sweat and
tears, and even their lives to achieve it.
Men and women who had immigrated from the teaming cities of Europe, to flee the oppression running rampant by despotic governments, and religious
persecution had come to this largely untamed wilderness, to find sanctuary, freedom and a new lease on life.
Yet where the people went, the oppressive Masters of the Old World were sure to follow.
Masons, Quakers, Shakers, Rosicrucian, Christians and even some Black African Slaves, and some of the indigenous natives, took up arms together to
band together in a struggle that would last more than a decade and change the course of the entire world forever more.
Legend tells us their heroic struggle was successful…but was it really?
The Treaty of Paris
The Definitive Treaty of Peace 1783
In the name of the most holy and undivided Trinity.
It having pleased the Divine Providence to dispose the hearts of the most serene and most potent Prince George the Third, by the grace of God, king of
Great Britain, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, duke of Brunswick and Lunebourg, arch- treasurer and prince elector of the Holy Roman
Empire etc., and of the United States of America
The Treaty of Paris
King George amongst quite a lot of things as you can see by his title was really Prince George, a Prince of the Holy Roman Empire, but he wasn’t
just a Prince of the Holy Roman Empire, he was a prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire, a person who could elect sates, and officials into the Roman
He was also the arch-treasurer of the Holy Roman Empire, because back in the 1200’s William the Conqueror bequeathed England and all his, and his
heirs possessions to the Pope and Rome in exchange for his Blessing.
The American Colonies were in fact never the property of England to begin with because of that special arrangement. Rome simply leases all of England
and the Monarchy’s property back to them, and allows them to administer it all for a profit.
In addition its important to note also that when it says Prince George, aka King George is all these wonderful things by the Grace of God, thanks to
another treaty in the middle ages, that established the Pope as the Vicar of Christ, God’s sole legal representative on Earth, wherever you see the
word God appear in a legal document that is actually a reference to the Vicar of Christ, who is the Pope and not the presumed God in the Heavens.
In the very first paragraph of the Preamble of the Treaty of Paris that concluded the Revolutionary War, a Treaty that was entirely dictated by King
George, he clearly states he is also the United States Prince Elector and Arch-Treasurer.
While he later gives up his claims as the English Monarch to the Colonies, he makes no such distinction as Rome’s Prince Elector of the United
States, and Rome’s Arch-Treasurer of the United States.
You see, as wonderful a story as the Revolution and our Forefather’s is, the truth is that the Revolution involved an attempt to steal what was vast
tracts of lands, and other physical properties and assets, that were owned by the King of England, the King of Spain, and their High Mightiness of the
Netherlands, all of which happened to be princes of Rome, and all of whom owed their titles and kingdoms to Rome.
All of whom along with a powerful assortment of other European Bankers and Creditors who stood to loose a fortune in Property, could have easily kept
sending armies to conquer the Revolutionaries right on up through today.
They could also block the Revolutionaries from International Trade and Commerce and starve them into submission.
So when our plenipotentiaries John Jay, John Adams and Benjamin Franklin arrived in Paris, via the Courts of Madrid and the Netherlands, to the Court
of Versailles in Paris to negotiate the Treaty, what they had waiting for them there was not cowered nobles impressed by a few tactical battle field
victories, but angry owners and creditors who wanted to know how they would be paid for their property and possessions if they allowed a new nation to
spring into existence.
A nation that King George would name, and elect to reserve judgment always on who would lead it, and to control its money, a nation that the people
who had just fought to in essence steal it, didn’t have the gold and silver to pay for it, or for all the outstanding loans against it.
In a world where you can’t get away with shoplifting a pack of chewing gum at the supermarket, the theft of nearly an entire continent, no matter
how lofty the stated intentions of the thieves was not going to stand.
Our plenipotentiaries were dictated too, the treaty was dictated to them; they had a few choices, have the King of England appoint a King of the
United States of America, or model a republic off of Rome. Write a constitution that guaranteed everyone’s repayment, and some nominal controls
behind the scenes, create a census to count the people who now belong to you so we can formulate the terms of the loan based on their productivity, or
face endless war, blockades and embargo and your eventual ruin and infamy.
Our forefathers opted for posterity, they sold out, and cut that deal.
While many of us believe and want to believe that the United States Constitution was written for “We the People” and remains or at least should as
an enduring testament to hard won freedoms and principles we all hold as lofty and noble, the truth is not quite so kind.
The Constitution was written in large part for the Posterity of the Founding Fathers, but in larger part to Guarantee London and Rome and our other
European Benefactors and Creditors that the properties and lands stolen by the Revolutionaries, and the loans defaulted on during the Revolutionary
War would be paid back.
When one stops to consider the high likelihood just as the Treaty of Paris States, that the King of England in his Holy Roman Empire Role as Prince
Elector, and Arch-Treasurer of the Holy Roman Empire and the newly named and formed United States of America sought to control America’s finances
and money from the very beginning.
To facilitate the behinds the scenes payments of the large debts for the land and properties acquired during the Revolutionary War, that the new
citizens of the United States had no idea they were going to pay for, the First Bank of the United States was created by Congress on February 25,
Congress granted it a 20 year charter, and almost from its inception the largely agrarian Southern States were mistrustful of its purpose and motives.
Controlled by London it would become the conduit for the transfer of money earned by American citizens, to in essence buy the vast tracks of land,
that the Revolutionaries had stolen through the war, and then carved up into States and Counties to be controlled by America’s new aristocracy and
Through Taxation the people in essence would be duped into buying the land, and gifting it to the new American Oligarchs, who in time would sell it
right back to them, and then further tax them for the privilege!
Originally the Constitution did not allow for the Federal Government to levy an Income Tax on the people of the nation, except in times of War
declared by Congress. The Federal Government was to be financed instead by the States, who would voluntarily contribute to its upkeep and maintenance.
The States would pay from the tariffs and taxes they charged locally. The question remains though, did the early governors, and county barons, know
that the moneys they were collecting and forwarding to Washington D.C. to go to the First United States Bank were really for the purchase of the lands
they were in essence being given in return, for collecting the money for?
Were the Southern States and their Governors and Oligarchs fully aware of this, or were they suspicious of duplicity on the part of Washington and the
North Eastern Merchants in manipulating the interest rates and forever increasing the amount of the debt owed to London and Rome?
History tends to suggest that regardless of why the Southern States were distrustful of the First Bank of the United States that in 1811 the bill to
recharter the bank failed in the House of Representatives by one vote, and then failed in the Senate when Vice President George Clinton broke the tie,
voting against the recharter even though President Madison was in favor of it.
The First United States Bank pictured above, as is plain to see, is Roman in architecture as so many of our Public and Government Buildings are!
[edit on 15/4/10 by ProtoplasmicTraveler]