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John F. Tate: $13 billion being stolen from the US taxpayer.

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posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 06:39 PM
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This letter from John F. Tate is posted on Ron Paul's website.

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Trillions of dollars are being stolen from the U.S. taxpayer.

Right now, you and I are seeing the worst plundering of a country’s wealth in the history of civilization, led by an out of control Federal Reserve.

But together you and I CAN put a stop to it all.

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IMO the Federal Reserve is at the very core of the majority of the crimes being committed against the American public today. Turn off the money fraud machine and things will be much easier to change.

There is a petition available for those who want to sign it, in support of the Bill to audit the Federal Reserve - which of course the Fed Res absolutely does not want to happen.




posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 07:32 PM
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This is the true image of the accursed and unconstitutional Federal Reserve System implemented by the globalist elite bankers under their lackey Woodrow Wilson back in 1913, and he had qualms from implementing this unconstitutional act which the FF (Founding Fathers) loathed, because it centralized the wealth in the hands of the banker elite instead of the people.





edit on 10/9/2010 by ironfalcon because: Added image



posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 07:44 PM
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I think John Tate is certainly credible. Furthermore, it has been heavily reported on, that at least 25% of the entire Pentagon budget goes unaccounted for and this is continuous. Hopefully, we all know about the $2.3 trillion dollars missing unaccounted for by the Pentagon that was announced by Rumsfeld himself, one day before 9/11. Apparently, that was just the tip of the iceberg and 25 percent of all Pentagon spending is completely unaccounted for.

On the face of it, 25 percent doesn't seem like that much, though when considering the magnitude of the Pentagon budget, $685.1 billion in 2010 alone, 25 percent winds up being an enormous sum that shouldn't be disappearing. Now, make no mistake about it, the missing money is not part of the black-budget. That is something else entirely.

--airspoon



 
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