Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Follow the Money (Part 3)

"I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the civilized world no longer a Government by free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men."

- Woodrow Wilson, on signing the Federal Reserve Act

Wilson gold certificates were not Federal Reserve Notes, they served a much more sinister task. Unlike all other U.S. currency, the $100,000 was never circulated among U.S. citizens, the note was and still is illegal for any U.S. citizen to hold. These notes were only deposited directly into Federal Reserve Banks by the U.S. Treasury, from December 1934 into early 1935. As soon as FDR finished confiscating "his subjects" (as he liked to call American citizens) gold , he transferred U.S. wealth directly to central bankers using these nefarious notes. To add insult to injury, he then revalued the bankers' gold +67% with a pen stroke.

[Click for U.S. Treasury FAQ about the $100,000]

FDR's $100K gold notes, the highest denomination ever printed, bearing the likeness of President Woodrow Wilson who signed the Federal Reserve Act, are the end of this story. The money is gone.


  1. They supress all of this info in schools, can't tell the sheeple what's going on!

  2. FDR: You have said that the politician's faces on the bills are intentional mockery, and that seems pretty obvious when I see the quotes matched up with the faces on the bills...this all leads me to want to know more specifically about the people that control the bank. Do you have any idea why they would do something like intentionally mock politicians, it just seems like such a flagrant way to abuse power.
    Where can I find out what went on behind the scenes? It is clearly not part of our textbook history.

    On a more personal note, how did you come to be interested in this whole subject? Thanks!

  3. Yes, on a more personal do we assimilate this shattering knowledge? Any practical advice for a single mother with three kids? The two older ones will graduate high school in the next three years. Where should I direct them? If they don't take on massive student loans, they won't get through college. Then what? WWFD?

  4. question....according to jim rogers and marc faber the "trade of the year" is to short long gov. bonds. I agree but they've bounce a decent amount the past cpl weeks. Possible retest of all time highs?

  5. “…that seems pretty obvious when I see the quotes matched up with the faces on the bills…”

    Yes, it is the only thing the group has in common.

    They mock us because for 2000+ years they have ruled the wealth of the world with impunity. Out of the blue, they were almost taken out by underdog America. Now they've enjoyed a rousing string of successes and once again they control the crown jewel of the world economy: us. They have learned a lot from almost losing, so much so, that I think they actually believe it was their own good idea to allow America to grow then seize her wealth—several times, and so today.

    Through patience, persistence, subtle incrementalism, fraud, deceit, and war, they have firmly reestablished control of our money, our politics, our schools, the use of our military, our media, and our to some degree our culture. I don’t think it is enough for them to beat us, after the way our fathers kicked sand in their face, I think they want to rape us.

    But we can still win. We will win because our Constitution is fundamentally superior to their lawless, recklessness, and worship of what is in the end a false idol: money. America is rooted in dormant fairness and morality. They still fear us. But it will cost both sides dearly, and we can’t win without the knowledge and perspective of what is happening to us.

    FDRAllOverAgain is more than a casual coincidence, more than an economic cycle exactly corresponding to our present average lifespan, more than most care to understand. But many will understand pain, soon enough.

    "On a more personal note, how did you come to be interested in this whole subject? Thanks!"

    I became interested because you can’t be a long term successful trader, in my view, without understanding the context of the stock market and those it tends to serve, how their motivations fit into the big and small cycles, and how big the big cycles really are.

  6. "Where can I find out what went on behind the scenes? It is clearly not part of our textbook history."

    Names are listed on page 4 of Ed Griffin's excellent work, "The Creature..."

    I strongly recommend reading the other 600 pages, too. (no affliation)

  7. Thanks, I'll check that book out!

  8. I just bought the book. I'm almost scared to read it.


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