When was the Federal Reserve established and by whom?
Can we identify all of the member of the federal reserve and its founders?
I don't know at the moment... but what do you want to bet that the Rockefellers had something to do with it?
The US Federal Reserve is a PRIVATE bank with no legal ties to the US government. It was established in 1913 by a group of bankers, among them JP Morgan, De Rothschild, Rockefellers and other bankers/major corporation owners who wanted to control the money supply in the US.
They print the money, creating it out of thin air, hand it to the Government then charge 15% interest. Nice little earner!
Read "The Creature from Jekyll Island" by G.Edward Griffin, that will open your eyes, and mind hopefully.
AngelTrader is on point.. not the late 1800s.. it was developed in 1913 by the big bankers, particularly J.P. Morgan as he owned the Jekyll Island property and organized the secret meeting there where the bankers wrote up the unconstitutional law that allowed the Federal Reserve to exist. I didn't know that bankers were allowed to write laws???
Before they existed inflation was almost non-existent and since it has existed inflations been through the roof. They got rid of the gold standard in which our money was based. They used to label all bills with a reference to what it was worth in gold. It was a receipt for the gold that it was worth. It would say.. 10 dollars in gold.. or 20 dollars in gold..etc.. Without it being based on gold the dollar is a receipt for NOTHING.. it is an illusion and it only holds power as long as enough people believe in it.. its only a matter of time before the dollar crashes and is non-existent
by Jeff Zod 5 days ago
The Federal Reserve is a private institution.They have rigged the financial system in favor of the government and the banks The Fed has made the American Dollar useless..Do we really work for free? or Do we work for the banks? Are we under financial bondage?
by William R. Wilson 8 years ago
I got this in my email today. This is the sort of thing I hired Obama to do:Thoughts?
by Gary Anderson 9 years ago
This guy is or was high up in the Fed. The fed is a PRIVATE bank, despite the lie on their website. The fed is owned by private stock and the US government owns none of that private stock. http://www.frbatlanta.org/publica/eco-r … hriszt.pdf
by GA Anderson 3 years ago
Here is what the Federal Reserve describes as its charter:" The Federal Reserve System, often referred to as the Federal Reserve or simply "the Fed," is the central bank of the United States. It was created by the Congress to provide the nation with a safer, more flexible, and more...
by Wesman Todd Shaw 6 years ago
It's all so simple, really, and a wicked man stated long, long ago that it never mattered who a king was - so long as he controlled the currency - he was lord and master.http://auditthefedphonebomb.com/bailout … rillion-2/
by rakuba 7 years ago
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