In my political blog, I had drafted an article a few months ago entitled “How 1871 Destroyed The Bill Of Rights“, but never finalized it due to other commitments. It was supposed to be a follow-on article to “Term Limits Is Not The Solution“.
So when I came across the PrussiaGate series by Will Zoll, the articles grabbed my attention as it complements what my Blog, USA Devolution, is about. But Will’s latest article specifically looks at the origins of our Federal Reserve Bank.
When Trump speaks of the ‘invisible enemy’, the Prussian Bank is one such enemy, hence the title of this article, “‘Oranges’ of the Mueller Investigation“.
Here is the lead in quote from Will:
Thomas Jefferson was no fan of private central banking. He knew all too well what would happen should the issuance of currency be taken away from the government and placed in the hands of private banks.
“If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around (these banks) will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.”1
Jefferson was not the only President to speak out against the private central bankers. There were seven others:
• Andrew Jackson, stating directly to President John Quincy Adams, “You are a den of vipers and thieves.”
• Ulysses S. Grant was put in power to defeat the forces trying to put in a central bank after the US Civil War.
• Abraham Lincoln, “The government should create, issue, and circulate all the currency and credit need to satisfy the spending power of the government and the buying power of the consumers.”
• Andrew Johnson, who opposed EUROPEAN FORCES attempting to implement a central bank.
• James A. Garfield, “Whoever controls the money of a nation, controls that nation and is absolute master of all industry and commerce.”
• William McKinley who, with his Secretary of State John Sherman, brought the war to the European bankers through a law, the “Sherman Antitrust Act”. After McKinley’s assassination, his Vice President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt took power and dropped the lawsuits against the Northern Trust (the Rothschild supported Morgan financial empire at the time).
• John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated about five months after issuing Executive Order 11110 which allowed the Secretary of the Treasury to buy silver and issue silver certificates.
In addition to the eight Presidents openly trying to thwart the imposition of a private central bank, we observed President Trump’s mastery during 2020. In the middle of one of the greatest market declines in history, Trump temporarily rolled the operations of the Federal Reserve into the Treasury and averted a major pandemic driven financial collapse. While the other Presidents tried to tell the People, Trump showed the People the power of a nation in control of its finances. This will be unpacked later.
Get your favorite beverage and make yourself comfy then read the rest here of “The Prussian Origins of the U.S. Federal Reichsbank” and/or follow along as narrator Patrick Gunnels reads it out loud, audiobook style. Article starts at about the 30 minute mark.
As your Senate representative to DC, we will audit and end the Federal Reserve Bank.