The Bankers, Their “Federal Reserve,” and Firing Squads
People who have arrogated to themselves the “right” to create money out of nothing — and that includes the entire banking System as well as the central head of the hydra, the Federal Reserve — and then, on top of that, have the chutzpah to charge the people interest on the money they so created, are felons of the most serious kind and deserve the most severe punishment that money can’t buy.
by David Sims
NOBODY should be empowered to give themselves money without having to contribute to society a commensurate amount of work. The penalty for doing so should be death. And any politician who enables a monetized debt scheme is a traitor who should also be executed. It occurs to me that one way to remove debt is to remove the lender, say by putting him in front of a firing squad. Short of that, if it will work, is to cancel the debt by legislation, after repealing the part of the 14th Amendment that says that the public debt shall not be questioned.
Debt is not a force of Nature. It’s a numbers game that has practical significance only when police and soldiers decide to enforce the rules of the game. If they decide not to do so, or if they obey orders not to do so, then the Fed might as well be playing a game of Monopoly with fake money because all their claims on the labor of other people will forever go unheeded. The key to undoing the damage done by the Federal Reserve Act in a relatively peaceful manner might be to persuade the Supreme Court of the United States that justice does not consist of enforcing a scam, and the Federal Reserve System is a scam.
You might say that “we let it happen,” but there was substantial trickery involved. In December 1913, a bought-off portion of our Representatives and Senators stayed secretly in session while most of their fellow federal legislators were at home for the Christmas holiday season. This rump-Congress passed the Federal Reserve Act, which had been drafted three-and-a-half years previously on Jekyll Island in the state of Georgia by bankers who had traveled there secretly, using assumed identities to conceal their meeting and their plans from the public. [And it was sold to the trusting public as a way for the government to control the bankers, when in reality it was intended to do, and did do, the exact opposite. — Ed.]
Essentially, the Fed is the result of dirty deeds done in darkness, sprung into law by corrupt lawmakers aided by lies told in the press. We didn’t have much of a chance to mull the idea of having a private central banking system over, and even if we’d had more time, the average voter might not have had the mental wherewithal to put that time to good use. The Fed was imposed on us because the average banker (predator) has many more IQ points than the average voter (prey) does.
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