Originally posted by truthquest
reply to post by ISHAMAGI
So, since the date clearly is not 12/21/2012 that the charter expires, I have to wonder why you, ISHAMAGI, said in your title "charter expires in
12/21/2012". What a time-waster that was. People who lie in their titles should be banned. Or at the very least their thread should be marked as a
Common sense would indicate that 100 years after December 1913 would be December 2013 since 1913 + 100 = 2013. But I guess common sense does not
matter for some reason. Oh well.
Actually it was November of 1910 when Senator Nelson Aldrich the Republican Whip in the Senate had Andrew Abraham who was then Assistant Secretary of
the Treasury, Frank Vanderlip who was the President of National City Bank of New York, Henry Davison the senior partner of J.P. Morgan Company,
Charles Norton the President of First National Bank of New York, Benjamin Strong head of J.P. Morgan’s Banker’s Trust Company and Paul Warburg who
was a partner in Kuhn Loeb & Company join him on his private rail car in New Jersey where they travelled to Jekyll Island Georgia to formulate what
would become the Federal Reserve Act.
Nelson Aldrich by the way was Nelson Rockefeller’s Grandfather; Frank Vanderlip’s National City Bank of New York was the largest of all banks in
America and represented William Rockefeller’s wealth and the International Arm of Kuhn, Loeb and Company. Benjamin Strong would later become the
first head of the Federal Reserve. Paul Warburg who is reputed and known to be Daddy Warbucks from the hit Broadway Musical “Little Orphan Annie”
that based that charachter off of him, represented all of the Rothschild banking interests, including those of his brother Max Warburg who ran the
Rothschild German Banks.
Those 7 individuals represented what was considered at the time to be ¼ of the wealth on the entire planet.
The trip was conducted in such secrecy that the men were instructed to not even address one another by name on the railroad car to Jekyll Island.
These were the men writing the Federal Reserve Act its eventual passage in Congress because of Nelson Aldrich’s influence a foregone conclusion as
long as no one got wind that the bankers themselves had wrote it.
What is in part so significant about this is in the coming age of monopolies the major investment banks all colluding together could then determine
who could, and who would get the leverage capital to amass monopolies.
In this way they made it possible for a select few to buy up and control all of America’s infrastructure and most vital resources.
The Government might be the Government but these are the men who own the power companies and utilities that make life in the big city possible, the
men who own the railroads that ship in the goods to make life in the big city possible, the men who own the raw and natural resources to build and
sustain the cities and the infrastructure and keep it running, the men who own the chains of department stores and retail outlets that distribute
The Government has little power in comparison, and even in the troubled days in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, it was Wal-Mart’s trucks that
got most of the supplies into New Orleans, not the Federal Governments!
What the Banking Cartel effectively did was determine then who would get the venture capital to become a Wal-Mart, a Bell Telephone, a Duke Power, a
It would virtually eliminate true competition in the banking industry, and in fact what we have seen in the financial meltdown is some big banks
actually paying other big banks not to try to poach on the small cities and towns they were bankrupting through complicated bond deals and derivative
swaps, and floating interest rate loans.
Lehman Brothers paying Citicorp for instance to not try to steal such a client.
The big guys all get a piece, the little guys get fleeced.
So in reality both you and the OP are wrong, as far as the date of the actual Federal Reserve Act.
By the way the OP picked up his information from God Like Productions and he clearly states that in his OP as well as questioning the validity of the
claim and asked other members to help him clarify.
That is what ATS is for and all about.
So no it’s not a Hoax because he never claimed it was true, and he never claimed to be the source of the information either and it’s turned into a
very productive thread that has little to nothing to do with 2012, (by the way the Mayan Calendar expires December 24th 2011) and everything to do
with the Federal Reserve and the nature of the Beast that runs our world.
Great thread you ought to have read it.
[edit on 6/8/10 by ProtoplasmicTraveler]