The Fed, The Order, War-Profiteering and the Conspiracy of Silence

Has anyone noticed something odd lately? I mean, really odd, like the stillness one perceives in a forest at dusk, strangely devoid of the sounds of insects, birds and small mammals? One would correctly assume that it is an unnatural incident, filling the person with an oppressing dread.

That is happening now with the eerily creepy blackout of media coverage of the proposed increase of power to the Federal Reserve System. Why is that? Why isn’t the mainstream media covering an issue that could potentially change forever how money is loaned and collected from individuals, banks, companies, finance companies and other purveyors of currency? And why hasn’t the current crop of presidential candidates even chirped a peep about it?

The function of the Federal Reserve System as defined at is:

Functions of the Federal Reserve System
By 1913, America’s economic growth both at home and abroad required a more flexible, yet better controlled and safer banking system. The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 established the Federal Reserve System as the central banking authority of the United States.

Under the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 and amendments over the years, the Federal Reserve System:

  • Conducts America’s monetary policy.
  • Supervises and regulates banks and protects consumers’ credit rights.
  • Maintains the stability of America’s financial system
  • Provides financial services to the U.S. Government, the public, financial institutions, and foreign financial institutions.

The Federal Reserve makes loans to commercial banks and is authorized to issue the Federal Reserve notes that make up America’s entire supply of paper money.

Organization of the Federal Reserve System
Board of Governors
Overseeing the system, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, controls operations of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks, several monetary and consumer advisory committees and the thousands of member banks across the U.S.

The Board of Governors sets minimum reserve limits (how much capital is on hand) for all member banks, sets the discount rate for the 12 Federal Reserve Banks, and reviews the budgets of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks.

What is a “National” Bank
Any bank using the phrase, “National Bank” in its name must be a member of the Federal Reserve System. They must maintain minimum levels of reserves with one of the 12 Federal Reserve banks and must deposit a percentage of their customers’ savings account and checking account deposits in a Federal Reserve bank. All banks incorporated under a national charter are required to become members of the Federal Reserve System. Banks incorporated under a state charter may apply for membership. (“National Banks” from the US Code)

Now at first blush one would think that the ‘Fed’ is a government agency. It is not. If you notice in the fourth bullet point in paragraph one; “Provides financial services to the U.S. Government, the public, financial institutions, and foreign financial institutions. The keyword here is ‘provides’. The Fed ‘provides’ services to the U.S. Government and all banks. So in essence, the ‘Fed’ is a private contractor that runs the nations’ banks and other financial institutions which also are private companies. “Big deal”, you say? Well, for one thing, although the Fed was created by Congress, it isn’t answerable to Congress, therefore it isn’t answerable to the taxpayer; “The system is nominally controlled by member banks, i.e., all national banks plus some state banks, but real power rests with the board of governors in Washington. Fact number two: the Fed’s chairman …and board of governors are appointed for long terms by the president but can’t be removed by him and don’t report to him or anybody else…” (Link)

The Fed has also been linked with the One World Order since its inception. This isn’t tinfoil, it is documented fact. The people behind the formation of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913, J.P. Morgan, J.D. Rockefeller, Carnegie, Philip Dru and Cleveland Dodge, were war profiteers of the highest order during World War One:

Woodrow Wilson was elected President in 1913, beating incumbent William Howard Taft, who had vowed to veto legislation establishing a central bank. To divide the Republican vote and elect the relatively unknown Wilson, J.P. Morgan and Co. poured money into the candidacy of Teddy Roosevelt and his Progressive Party.

According to an eyewitness, Wilson was brought to Democratic Party headquarters in 1912 by Bernard Baruch, a wealthy banker. He received an “indoctrination course” from those he met, and in return agreed, if elected: to support the projected Federal Reserve and the income tax, and “listen” to advice in case of war in Europe and on the composition of his cabinet.

Wilson’s top advisor during his two terms was a man named Colonel Edward M. House. House’s biographer, Charles Seymour, called him the “unseen guardian angel” of the Federal Reserve Act, helping to guide it through Congress. Another biographer wrote that House believed: “…the Constitution, product of eighteenth-century minds…was thoroughly outdated; that the country would be better off if the Constitution could be scrapped and rewritten…” House wrote a book entitled “Philip Dru: Administrator,” published anonymously in 1912. The hero, Philip Dru, rules America and introduces radical changes, such as a graduated income tax, a central bank, and a “league of nations.”

World War I produced both a large national debt, and huge profits for those who had backed Wilson. Baruch was appointed head of the War Industries Board, where he exercised dictatorial power over the national economy. He and the Rockefellers were reported to have earned over $200 million during the war. Wilson backer Cleveland Dodge sold munitions to the allies, while J.P. Morgan loaned them hundreds of millions, with the protection of U.S. entry into the war.

While profit was certainly a motive, the war was also useful to justify the notion of world government. William Hoar reveals in “Architects of Conspiracy” that during the 1950s, government investigators examining the records of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a long- time promoter of globalism, found that several years before the outbreak of World War I, the Carnegie trustees were planning to involve the U.S. in a general war, to set the stage for world government. (Link)

So one would assume that the Fed already possess extensive power over financial institutions, and the governments that house them, with impunity. But Bu$h Administration Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson feels the Fed needs even more powers:

The Bush Administration’s Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has proposed an excessive broadening of powers for the Federal Reserve; the move is thought to be in reaction to the recent panic in the financial markets and overall economic instability in the United States.

The new powers granted to the Federal Reserve would include strengthened powers of oversight not only on Wall Street but in the broader scope of United States financial markets.

The New York Times is reporting that, “Many of the proposals, like those that would consolidate regulatory agencies, have nothing to do with the turmoil in financial markets.”

Looking back at the historical precedence for such a proposal, the similarities are striking between the events that led to the Federal Reserve in 1913 and the current proposal of the significant broadening of powers of the private central banking institution.

In both cases J.P. Morgan emerged on the other side of the dark economic times in better shape than when a major financial institution collapsed. In the case of the 1907 panic it was the man Jack Pierpont Morgan that benefited from the strain in the market and in the 2008 panic the financial banking institution J.P. Morgan has taken advantage of the hard luck of financial giant Bear Stearns. (Link)

Notice the author mentions our old friend, J.P. Morgan. Is this mere coincidence of statistical happenstance? “Use your feelings Luke. Feel the Force flow through you”, said the Shade of Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Present day war profiteers General Electric, Kellogg-Brown and Root, Halliburton, Blackwater, Lockheed-Martin and last but not least, our old pal J.P. Morgan-Chase, soon to be J.P. Morgan-Chase-Stearns all have made substantial campaign contributions to Bu$hco and associates. I’m certain if one digs hard enough, you’ll find these same companies kicked in some booty to the last three presidential candidates. And I know for certain GE owns media outlets (link).

So is it no wonder the One World Order is literally announcing its presence and power, without as much of a whisper from our vaunted ‘Fourth Estate’? Is it no wonder that our ‘representatives’ are mute on the matter of the final beggaring of the once vigorous American middle-class?

This is the beginning of the battle of our very survival as free human beings. The coming years will determine if freedom of the mind, body and spirit will have meaning in our lives. Or will human beings again be chattel for modern day Pharaohs, building monuments for them in order to ‘earn’ our daily bread for sustenance. Literally.


7 responses

  1. The silence on this issue ‘screams loud’.

    Stealth. Feed the sheeple fun and games. Distract.

    Then shear the wool!

  2. Remember the kids, who were always seen in the super markets, that would throw a tantrum just to embarrass their parents into buying their favorite boxed Super Cereal or the Chinese candy conveniently placed near the check stand. Well, I don’t see that happening much anymore.
    The whole family going shopping together seems to become more like one or two people with a cell phone. The kids don’t seem to be running through the store and showing their consumer power anymore. Hadn’t really thought about it, but it is strangely silent at our local WINCO store?

  3. Parents don’t have the cash or credit to spend extra on the kiddies any longer.

    “Just wait until Amurricans get those rebate checks”, babbles Bu$hco, “That’ll get ’em shoppin’, ya’ll see!”

    Yeah sure, can’t wait. Every bit of mine is going into my 10 year old Ford.

  4. Well these are strange times. I had to take out a loan to do the roof on the old building my antique shop used to be in, so when I showed all the money I spent for repairs on the building there was about $6 rental profit for the year.
    I got to thinking about the Walmart coupons so decided not to show the expenses of repairing the roof or the interest paid on the loan. I still didn’t make enough profit to owe any taxes but I now qualify for the incentive. I guess I’m somewhat like big business, but in a small way…G:

  5. Sounds like that’s how they do it G:, only not in Walmart coupons!

    Antique shop eh? I like going to flea markets and stuff, sometimes you actually run across something pretty good at those. Undoubtedly you know that. Shops like that don’t do well around here though, this is a college town. The slumlords…er…landlords own the city council and they keep the rents high so they can charge the hell out of the college kids. Property values haven’t gone down much here at all.

  6. Yep. How much time did I spend yammering on and on about the NWO and the Fed, and the result was a big fat ZERO where my readers were concerned. Then, along came the election fervor, and even those that claimed an inkling of understanding of the Matrix completely lost it, going ass-over-tea-kettle into the very maw of the NWO by participating in their political construct. I’m a little older, and much wiser. I know there will be no appreciable acknowledgement of the Matrix, or resistance toward it. People hate truth, when it comes to cherished tradition.

    Nope. Even if there were a hundred more thirties-style depressions, people won’t get it. Too dumb-downed. Too materialistic. Too busy to care. The bankers know it, and are laughing!

    So, I do it on my own. Every credit application I receive gets deep-sixed into File-13. I pay fiat cash/promissory notes for everything, or I don’t ‘buy’ it. I have a 33 year-old car. I watch a 20 year-old TV with rabbit ears, no cable! I walk whenever possible, not drive. When I have to drive, at $6.00 a gallon, I never buy more than $20 worth of fuel at a time, and that is for getting me to work and back home, where I stay. I eat in cheap, greasy spoons, and the bill never exceeds $20. (For two) I will stoop to pick up a penny, even if it holds up the line behind me in the store, or traffic in the streets. People paying with plastic ahead of me, get impatient yawns and ‘I-remember-when-people-paid-cash-for-everything’ grumblings. I employ banks to hold my wallet for me, but that’s about it. That will change soon, as well.

    I despise the system, and the world that embraces it. On this, I couldn’t be any clearer. It will not have my soul. My fondest dream is to die with my hands locked around some fat-assed banker’s throat, squeezing… squeezing… until it pops!

    It’s better than an orgasm!


  7. How much time did I spend yammering on and on about the NWO and the Fed, and the result was a big fat ZERO where my readers were concerned?

    I get the same result, except through my base readers. As you’ve noticed before, the site gets a lot of hits, but nobody says much.

    I despise the system too. I’m trying to wean myself from the system. Eventually, I’m going to stiff the banksters. The game is rigged, but screw ’em. Until they bring debtor’s prisons back, I ain’t gonna worry about it.

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