At its root, money is a means by which we exchange real value. Without real value in the world, money is nothing. As we have seen, it’s the real world that makes the loan, not the bank. We the people, in conjunction with the material blessings of the natural world are the source of all real wealth. Therefore money creation and its benefits belong to the public, not to private bankers.
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To collect their bounty they also created the Income Tax Act and the hated IRS. With the stroke of President Wilson’s treasonous pen, the banker gangsters became the Fed in 1913 and have owned a virtual monopoly over the US economy and the taxpayers money ever since. They can print money out of thin air. Control treasury loans and profit from interest rates. Since their biggest windfalls come from loan profits and weapon sales, wars and death are not only profitable they are desirable and necessary. Today American citizens owe these merchants of death approximately $70,000 per citizen.
The Vatican rules over approximately 2 billion of the world’s 6.1 billion people. The colossal wealth of the Vatican includes enormous investments with the Rothschilds in Britain, France, and the USA, and with giant oil and weapons corporations like Shell and General Electric. The Vatican solid gold bullion, worth billions, is stored with the Rothschild controlled Bank of England and the US Federal Reserve Bank.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that the entire nation is working to support and invisible master. And doing so without resentment or complaint because for the most part the people are totally unaware of that fact. They have been economically conquered in a quiet war of which they have been totally unaware. Mariner Eccles was the governor of the Federal Reserve system in 1941. And on June 24 of that year, Eccles was asked to give testimony before the House Committee on Banking and Currency. Now, he didn’t like to do that. And reading through that testimony is interesting because, you think politicians can sidestep answers and be like a greased eel, you should read the testimony of the governors of the Federal Reserve Board. They’re masters.