posted on Aug, 4 2010 @ 07:23 PM
The Charters for the First and Second United States Bank were 20 years apiece.
The Vice President of the United States cast the tie breaking vote in the Senate to keep the charter from being renewed on the First United States
This did not stop Alexander Hamilton from pushing for a Second United States Bank which sprang into existence shortly thereafter.
One of the chief opponents of the Second United States Bank was Andrew Jackson and he was serving as President when the Charter for the Second United
States Bank expired.
The same cartel that owns the Federal Reserve owned the First and Second United States Bank too. They did most especially as the Charter was expiring
on the Second United States Bank manipulate the currency to drive it into hyper inflation.
While the Federal Reserve didn’t show up for nearly another 90 years, President Lincoln introduced the Greenback Dollar during the Civil War which
was the forerunner of the concept the Federal Reserve would eventually use. A note that is legal tender that is attached to nothing of value, but
instead is simply an instrument of debt that can be bartered, traded, loaned or borrowed, for debts both public and private.
Though amazingly enough because the Greenback was not attached to anything of value, the Union Government that printed it, would not actually accept
it as payment on public debts to it, tariffs and taxes and fees had to be paid in Gold or Silver or a currency attached to Gold and Silver.
What the foreign owned central banks have traditionally done is to function as secret conduits for our European debt.
While a lot of people imagine that the founders won the American Revolution, what they really won, when they got to Paris to negotiate and conclude
the Treaty that would end the hostilities, was the obligation to pay all the English, European and Holy Roman Empire Landowners, Titled Owners and
Creditors who had made loans against those properties.
We got very close to paying off that debt under Andrew Jackson’s Presidency, who had it down to just 22,000.00 before hyperinflation caused by the
Second United States Bank made paying off the balance nearly impossible. Since then our foreign debt to the International Banking Cartel has only
increased, and never decreased, and the United States incorporated and went into Bankruptcy in 1933 when that debt grew to become unmanageable.
Today the United States, Inc. is still in Bankruptcy receivership with select members of the United States Congress appointed as trustees.
No one but the Banking Cartel and a few select individuals know the real size of our debt, and who all it is owed too and for what.
The debt however is illusionary, as is the Dollar, as it is not an instrument of wealth but an instrument of debt.
In reality it’s all part of a religious ceremony which is why its emblazoned with In God We Trust, as the dollar has no real value but simply a
perceived value based on trust in it.
All this simply is an extension of the Divine Right of Kings where people are convinced through various ways and means that you owe a debt to the
state, and that debt compels you, and owing that debt also entails a certain element of fear.
The real currency of this planet is the natural resources including human beings. Our dollar is simply script to create a system of hording those
resources to create an artificial scarcity and creating a competitive environment that leads to human beings being productive.
In other words dollars will come and go but timber, corn, wheat, oil, cows, pigs, and chickens, and human beings are always still going to be there.
They have value, our currency doesn’t.
Fear has value to the leaders of this system.
Fear that makes it easy to manipulate the masses, into working, slaving, fighting and dying for pieces of paper worth nothing, that the Powers that Be
will gladly then reward you with some of the resources you need to sustain your life with.
This is nothing to fear. They will think of some other way to screw us, and keep us dumb and poor when the Federal Reserve Charter expires.
[edit on 4/8/10 by ProtoplasmicTraveler]