Who Owns the Federal Reserve?
Autor: Savas Underwood • October 7, 2016 • Creative Writing • 313 Words (2 Pages) • 117 Views
Who owns The Federal Reserve? (privately owned vs government)
Why are all the presidents of The Federal Reserve from Jewish backgrounds?
Why does no1 question the speech of president john f Kennedy before he died? (where he talked about people behind curtains who control the federal reserve bank and thus control the country. How about executive order 11110, where john f Kennedy wanted to transfer power from the federal reserve by replacing federal reserve notes with silver certificates. (first gold standard, silver standard)
Nathan Mayer Rothschild: ‘’I care not what puppet is placed upon the throne of England to rule the empire on which the sun never sets. The man who controls Britain’s money supply controls the British empire, and I control the British money supply.’’
Thomas Piketty explains in his book ‘capital in the twenty-first century’ that wealth and income inequality in Europe and united states increases, and that the middle class is disappearing. This unequal distribution of wealth causes social and economic instability. (solution, global progressive wealth taxes. But there is tax heavens panama papers)
Davison L. Budhoo is an economist who served as a senior economist at the International monetary fund. He accuses in his resignation letter ‘enough is enough’, IMF of extensive and systematic statistical fraud which leads to mass poverty and starvation.
Documentary: zeitgeist where they explain about the central banks.
I think that debt is a new way of slavery (modern slavery).
Explain to me why we have enough money to find water on mars, but in Africa people die because they don’t have enough water.
Repurchase agreement (repos): raising capital in the short term, which are collateral-backed. The buyer acts as a short-term lender, the seller acts as a short-term borrower, and the security is the collateral.
Control the domestic money supply
Control value of currency
It wants capital to flow external and internal of where it is best used.