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Federal Reserve Conspiracy: How The Banks Steal Your Wealth

Do you love money? I love money. Everyone loves money. It lets me do the things I love to do. Skiing holidays, owning cars, going out on the “ran-dan” with pals, buying good food. Money is fucking awesome! But where does it come from and why is there never enough of it? For some reason, “where does money come from” is a question that rarely gets asked, and certainly never gets taught in schools. How many times have you honestly asked yourself, or anyone else that question? I’d be willing to wager somewhere between a few times to never. Money is just a part of life isn’t it? It has always been there, and it is the reason why we western gluttons actually get off our arses and do anything. Either to spend it, or to make more of it.

The question of "where money comes from", can be answered by the Federal Reserve Conspiracy. Well it can if you’re a US citizen at least, but the majority of contries financial systems work in much the same way so keep reading because this will be relevant to you. Every penny, dime, and dollar in your pocket and bank account is issued by the Federal Reserve (if you are British, replace Federal Reserve with Bank of England, or whatever particular central bank exists in your country). I’m sure you’ve all heard of it, it’s that big federal institution that decides when to print money, what to make the interest rates, and when/who to give credit to.

So what is the Federal Reserve Conspiracy? Well I’m glad you asked.

The first point to note with the Federal Reserve Conspiracy, and it is a vital point, is that it isn’t federal. It’s private, just like the Bank of England. A private central bank. The Federal Reserve’s own website states this clearly.

“As the nation's central bank, the Federal Reserve derives its authority from the Congress of the United States. It is considered an independent central bank because its monetary policy decisions do not have to be approved by the President or anyone else in the executive or legislative branches of government, it does not receive funding appropriated by the Congress, and the terms of the members of the Board of Governors span multiple presidential and congressional terms.”

Just read that again, “’s monetary policy decisions do not have to be approved by the President or anyone else in the executive or legislative branches of government.....”

In layman's terms, this means they can do whatever the fuck they want. They have free reign over the issue of your currency and your interest rates, un-elected, and with zero transparency. Well it’s a good job we can trust bankers to look after all of our interests isn’t it? Oh wait........

How the Federal Reserve Conspiracy Works

So how does the Federal Reserve Conspiracy work? It’s one thing to have an iron grip over a nations economy, it’s an entirely different thing to decide what to do with it, and it’s fair to say the bankers who own the Federal Reserve do a bloody good job of wringing every drop of money (your money) from it.

So here goes. As we all know, the US government takes in taxes every year from people and businesses, but when the government wishes to spend more money than it has (which is always), it has to ask the Federal Reserve for a loan. The U.S. government gives U.S. Treasury bonds to the Federal Reserve, and the Federal Reserve gives the U.S. government "Federal Reserve Notes" in return (the same type of notes you have in your pocket right now). Happy days, now the government can keep ramping up its military spending indefinitely. But as with everything in life that seems too good to be true, it comes at a price. But don’t panic too much, it’s only you and I that lose out.

Where Does the Money Come From?

Or more to the point, where does the Federal Reserve get the federal reserve notes from? Now this is the really interesting part of the Federal Reserve scam. Take a deep breath and give your loved ones a hug ‘cause this gets painful.............the Federal Reserve (which is a privately owned central bank remember) just creates them!

Seriously. Take that fact in for just a second. It makes money up, cash out of thin air. It’s the age old solution we always dreamt of stumbling over, the golden goose, the money tree, water to wine, lead to gold, cock to balls. Alright that last one doesn’t work, but you get the idea.

Rather than the elected government of the country issuing money directly, based on a tangible assets such as gold, and as a means for people to trade (as happened before the Federal Reserve act in 1913), the government lets the Federal Reserve create the money and BORROWS it from them!

But from here on it starts to get slippery, and the Federal Reserve scam further tightens its grip around the wallets and purses of the working man and woman.

As anyone who has borrowed money knows, borrowing comes with a price, that price is called interest, and the money that the Federal Reserve lends to the U.S. government is no exception. Every dollar that is issue by the Federal Reserve must be paid back in full with interest by the American taxpayer. The ability for private individuals to have this level of power over the rest of a population while providing no real value to an economy is a complete travesty of justice. It is the greatest theft in history, bar none, and hardly anyone is even aware it is taking place right under our noses.

This is the real crux of the Federal Reserve scam, the ability to supply money to you and I, out of thin air, for a CHARGE.

But here is the really ingenious part. The interest that is to be paid back is not supplied with the original loan. Or think of it this way: Every dollar that is in existence is a loan, it requires itself (the principal) and interest to be paid back. So if you imagine you borrowed the very first dollar ever printed, and the interest to pay back that dollar is another dollar, you now owe 2 dollars to the bank. But where do you get the second dollar from? It doesnt exist yet, so it needs to be borrowed! We now have 2 dollars in existence requiring 4 dollars to be repayed (the 2 dollars principal AND the 2 dollars interest). This eventually escalates to the point we are at now, with coutries in trillions of dollars debt, taking out more and more debt to pay off the original debt. So clearly the system can never be in a state where there is no debt, because if there is a shortage of debt, there is no currency.

I realise this is an unusual concept to get your head around, it was for me when I first became aware of it, but our entire financial system is systematically designed to keep the populations of countries in debt to bankers.

Your Time is Your Real Fortune

So we have a system designed to put us all in a state of perpetual and increasing debt to a handful of private bankers. Therefore the next time you hear a politician preaching about paying off the nation’s debt by making cuts or increasing investment in industry, please kick him in the balls for me, because he’s full of shit. You CANNOT pay off debt when all new currency issued is laced with debt of it’s own. It’s like trying to put out a fire by dousing it in petrol.

This is why bankruptcy is a part of life for people in 1st world countries, there simply isn’t enough money to pay back all the interest owed. And when central banks like the FED stop giving credit, the money dries up and we get a “credit crunch”, just like now. The bubble bursts. And when you can’t pay back what happens? The bank takes your shit.

It is through the mechanism of bankruptcy that all the REAL wealth of a country, the property, the businesses, the goods, the machinery, land, and people's labour, steadily and endlessly makes it’s way into the grubby hands of the bankers, for the sole reason that they have the power to create currency from nothing, and lend it to you and I at an interest.

What do you think of the Federal Reserve scam now? I personally feel like perpetual debt is no way for free men and women to live, and we should end this inhuman scam sooner rather than later. The only real wealth we have is our time, lets remember that the next time we miss an important family occassion because we worked late to chase that promotion.



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