posted on Feb, 4 2013 @ 05:54 PM
This thread is going to look at the birth of the Federal Reserve system and the motions utilized by the bankers. Also how the U.S after a valiant
effort, finally succumbed to the central banking system similar that which the Rothschilds implemented to control Europe.
The Currency Act Of 1764
The currency act of 1764, was an extension of the 1751 act, to now include the British colonies of North America, which forbid them from using new
currency emissions as legal
tender for private or even public debts.
With Silver and Gold in short supply, the colonial government of the province of New York faced harsh financial difficulties. The government exclaimed
that the currency act
prevented it from from financing the British troops in compliance with with the Quartering act. This act was to see American colonies provide British
troops with food and shelter,
and in 1773 the act was amended, permitting the colonies paper money as legal tender, but only for the use of public debts.
As well as the Tea act, which overlooked the right of the colonies to only be taxed by their elected representatives, these two points in history are
pivotal in firing up the
coming revolution. It also shows us that money is a tool that is used to to subdue and control a nation.
The Beginning Of Freedom
In 1776, Thomas Jefferson writes the Declaration of Independence, breaking the colonies away from Britain. The main point of the declaration, simply
stating that governments are
created to serve and protect the people, not to control them.
After a long fought war, victory is gained as independence is granted in 1783. The constitution is ratified 5 years later, and strictly limits the
size and power of the Federal
government. The U.S has become a constitutional republic.
The Devil Rears It's Head
Not long after independence is gained, and the battle for the banking system is on. Hamilton and Jefferson clash on the subject. Hamilton happens to
be British West Indies Born,
and as Treasury Secretary to President Washington, gets backing for a privately owned centralized banking system in 1791. America gained its first
privately owned bank, headed by
foreign shareholders. An excise tax is enforced, paying interest to these foreign shareholders.
The Basics Of Central Banking
When a government needs to borrow from a central bank, the bank creates new money then lends this money to the government with interest. Any existing
money in the system is then
devalued, causing inflation. The public are then taxed to repay these bonds and loans from the central bank including the interest. Thus the foreign
shareholders basically drive
the country into debt and gain control and ownership over the debt ridden nation.
France's Destined to Fail Savior
It's 1803 and across the pond a powerful ruler is on the rise. Napoleon is against government debt to the powerful central banks and so rather than
obtain finances from the
Rothschilds, decides to sell Louisiana to the U.S. The Rothschilds at this point in time already have great influence and power all over Europe.
Napoleon had so much hatred for
Jewish money lenders, and so many growing complaints about the Jewish practice, that he passes what is referred to as "The Infamous Decree." This
Decree restricts the practice of
money lending and annuls many debts, including loans where the interest rates exceed 10%. Money sharks of the day comes to mind.
The United States Slay The Beast
It's 1811 and the 20 year charter for the central bank of America is set to expire. Amazingly the anti-bank faction achieve victory, ending the 20
year reign of the New
York-London based bank. Tensions between Britain and the U.S rise again, and the British Prime Minister, Spencer Percival is keen to keep peace time.
He schedules a meeting
to try and diffuse tensions, but is assassinated while on his way. This would prove costly, and a new conflict was sure to follow.
The Second War
Only 5 weeks time from the assassination of Spencer Percival, the second war begins in 1812. The Hamiltonian-Federalists are opposed to the conflict,
and as the war ends in 1814,
they are perceived as unpatriotic and the political party collapses. At this point in time, the U.S seems to be heading in the right direction and
seem far from the grasp and
clutches of the Rothschild dynasty.
Napoleon Vs The Bankers
Meanwhile the Rothschild family across Europe are focused on defeating the anti-debt monetary revolution being flown by Napoleon, and it's not long
before the huge financial power
house that is the Rothschild family, utilize Britain and the European continent to overpower Napoleon. Napoleon's generals force him to abdicate in
April 1814, but that's not the
end of Napoleon just yet...
Dirty Pigeons, Dirty Tactics
Napoleon escapes captivity in 1815, and soon after raises yet another army. Meanwhile the Rothschilds are utilizing courier pigeons, making their
communication rapidly more efficient
compared to their counterparts. Nathan Rothschild soon receives information of a British victory in the battle of Waterloo. Knowing very well he is
one of very few privy to this
information, if not the only man to have heard of the news, Nathan begins to sell off all of his holdings. Everyone perceives his madness as a sign
that Napoleon has been victorious,
this in turn creates a panic sell off, which drives the market down to historic lows. Meanwhile Nathan Rothschild begins buying back enormous amounts
of the newly devalued market.
Now when news of Britain's victory hits the shore, the stock market soars and Nathan Rothschild multiplies his already disgustingly large fortune by
more than 20 times.
The Devil Reappears
Back in America, free from the clutches of a central banking system, they are struggling to cover war debts and in the end are left with no choice but
to establish the 2nd central
bank of the United states. The only other option is have the Rothschilds attack with the might of Britain, and a weakened U.S wouldn't last long.
The Untouchable Russia
Russia at this point is a growing world power, possessing vast land and resources and as a territory uninfluenced at this time by the Rothschild
dynasty. In 1825 Czar Alexander I
dies from unexpected illness. Maybe made more suspicious by a kidnapping attempt made earlier that year.
President Jackson Levels The Score
Back in the U.S a bank war is taking place. President Jackson see's the central banking system for what it is and withdraws government funds, letting
the 20 year charter expire.
At the same time Nicholas Biddle the President of the central bank, fights dirty by tightening the money supply in 1834, this has the effect of
creating a recession. Jackson fails
to buckle under the pressure and wins over the public. The president then goes on to pay off the entire national debt, becoming a Hero against vile