The Federal Reserve Has No Reserves And Is Not Even Federal! There’s No Gold In Them There Banks

Zano’s recent reflections on our decade-plus debate showed some rare insights. What next, funny jokes? The causes of our nation’s polarization are many, but there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to our political divisions. I’ve recently come to the conclusion the ultra-powerful people in the world do prosper by keeping our nation divided. They do this by keeping us all focused on superficial controversies meant as a distraction from the deeper, more ominous issues threatening our sovereignty. I’ve come to believe there are international bankers who have infiltrated, compromised, and ultimately control both parties as well as every corner of the political landscape. Yes, I’m going to go a tad Rothschild/Illuminati here. Not too much, though, just a teaspoon PRN. But isn’t this the lesson from the 2004 presidential campaign? If you recall both John Kerry (D) and George W. Bush (R) had both been bum-fuck initiated into the same secret society, Skull and Bones, at Yale University. Doesn’t Skull and Bones imply piracy? Maybe there isn’t so much separating Democrats v Republicans, but the fallout does allow these international pirates to claim their booty and threaten our national sovereignty. Please don’t add a booty joke, Zano …I’m asking nicely.

The men behind Skull and Bones decided the outcome of the 2016 election long ago, or so they thought. They prearranged the battle to be between Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush. As Mark Twain once said, “If voting made any difference, they wouldn’t let us do it.” But something very different happened this time around, didn’t it? The American people rejected both of the designated appointees. The energy was with the outsiders, Sanders and Trump. Zano might be less than pleased with the results, but what’s profound is the implications.

In order to come to grips with our current situation, we must travel back before the Bushs and the Clintons, back before Carter and Reagan, back before even Nixon and Kennedy—to the early part of the 20th century, when booking a voyage on the Titanic seemed groovy and Mr. Zano was still permitted in our college cafeteria. They did say ‘groovy’ back then. It’s older than you think.

Under Woodrow Wilson, the Federal Reserve was founded in 1913 as a private company that built a partnership between the federal government and private banks. It’s important to realize that the Federal Reserve is not a part of our government; it’s a private company. In essence, the Federal Reserve is a banking cartel that facilitates agreements among the wealthiest private banks in the world to maximize their profits and to limit competition. Oh yeah, and they totally control our nation’s currency. In coordination with the interests of the Federal Reserve, the Federal Income Tax amendment (16th amendment) was passed in 1917. It’s important to note the definition of “income” under the 16th amendment is “profit from investments, dividends, capital gains, and net income from corporate earnings.” The term “income” in no way applies to wages, salaries, and labor. Right to divest state?

The Federal Reserve and the current definition of Federal Income Tax are unconstitutional. Article one of the Constitution states that “Congress shall have the power to coin money, etc…” and every Supreme Court decision pertaining to the 16th amendment has maintained the traditional definition of “income” and never expanded it to apply to wages, salary, or labor. Does that mean that these people are stealing from us?

There is a direct correlation between the growth and influence of the Federal Reserve and the steady devaluing of the American dollar. A few years after the Federal Reserve Act, Woodrow Wilson wrote:

“I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrious nation is now controlled by its system of credit. We are no longer a government of free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men” (1919).

As for the 21st century, let me commend Mick Zano for being one of the first people I know who publicly condemned the war in Iraq. From the very beginning, he understood this war had nothing to do with U.S. security. But where Zano went wrong is blaming the war solely on the Republicans. That’s the trap. These skull boners give the Zanos every reason to blame the Republicans and they gave the Pokeys every reason to blame the Democrats. In this way, we all miss identifying the real culprits behind the scenes. These Skull Boners control most of the media and they avoid attention by conditioning the American people to either “choose” to demonize the Democrats or the Republicans. This is working a little too well lately, but just as long as no one questions the authority of the Federal Reserve, aka the real puppet masters.

These Banker Boners profit from war and crisis and gain power from softening our national sovereignty. Who benefited from the overthrow of Saddam Hussein? Who gained power from the overthrow of Mubarak and Gaddafi? The next logical step is the flooding of European countries with “refugees” to further weaken the sovereignty of civilized nations, and thus making these countries even more malleable to the whims of international interests. In the mid-19th century, 33rd-degree Freemason, Albert Pike, wrote about the plan to orchestrate a world war between Christianity and Islam. Then, after worldwide chaos and destruction ensues, a kinder, gentler, more inclusive, spiritual and non-dogmatic, universal religion of higher consciousness could be sold to the battered and broken masses. Talk about your next installment of some daily discord.

As the worldwide crisis grows, there is pressure for all economies to continue incrementally shifting over to ever more intangible digital monetary systems. As our cumbersome cards, keys, and cash become obsolete, we fast approach the day when all humans will be coerced into receiving microscopic implants as required identification, work permit, medical records, social service access, and purchasing ability. This is the real Individual Mandate. Today the ‘chip’ is in our cards, but for how long? The Mark of the Beast?

As for Zano’s ongoing concern about finding common ground between our political parties, let’s encourage all citizens to unite on the issues that precede both the Democratic and Republican platforms:

  • Take small steps to get our country back on a gold standard.
  • Work to shrink the power of the IRS by simplifying the tax code and related bureaucracies.
  • Take steps to transfer monetary printing power away from the Federal Reserve and back to Congress.
  • Organize protests against any further film productions from those Twilight people!

Sorry, Zano insists on jokes, which when you’re talking about the very survival of your country, seems… it’s oppressive, Zano! I know, he’s going to tell me Bad Jokes Matter. He’s like that. I think it’s a psychological condition. Anyway, since 2008, Ron and Rand Paul have worked to legislate the auditing of the Federal Reserve so that they would be more transparent to Congress and the American people. After eight years, their legislature has not been passed due to persistent opposition. In 2016, the Act only gained one Congressional Democratic vote (Tammy Baldwin) and one Independent vote (Bernie Sanders).

Prior to his election victory, Donald Trump spoke in support of auditing the Federal Reserve. Such legislation would be a great starting point for all citizens to unite for the purpose of restoring American economic sovereignty.


(Visited 211 times, 1 visits today)