End the Fed

Congressman Louis T. McFadden’s Famous Speech On the Federal Reserve Corporation In 1934 is an astounding exposure of the Federal Reserve banking system.

The Federal Reserve-A Corrupt Institution:

“Mr. Chairman, we have in this Country one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever known. I refer to the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Reserve Banks, hereinafter called the Fed. The Fed has cheated the Government of these United States and the people of the United States out of enough money to pay the Nation’s debt. The depredations and iniquities of the Fed has cost enough money to pay the National debt several times over.”

“This evil institution has impoverished and ruined the people of these United States, has bankrupted itself, and has practically bankrupted our Government. It has done this through the defects of the law under which it operates, through the maladministration of that law by the Fed and through the corrupt practices of the moneyed vultures who control it.”

“Some people think that the Federal Reserve Banks are United States Government institutions. They are private monopolies which prey upon the people of these United States for the benefit of themselves and their foreign customers; foreign and domestic speculators and swindlers; and rich and predatory money lender. In that dark crew of financial pirates there are those who would cut a man’s throat to get a dollar out of his pocket; there are those who send money into states to buy votes to control our legislatures; there are those who maintain International propaganda for the purpose of deceiving us into granting of new concessions which will permit them to cover up their past misdeeds and set again in motion their gigantic train of crime.”

“These twelve private credit monopolies were deceitfully and disloyally foisted upon this Country by the bankers who came here from Europe and repaid us our hospitality by undermining our American institutions.” 

Read more at: http://loveforlife.com.au/content/07/06/29/federal-reserve-public-swindle-congressman-mcfaddens-famous-speech-federal-reserve-




End the Fed – Ron Paul:

In his latest book End the Fed, Ron Paul draws on American history, economics, and fascinating stories from his own long political life to argue that the Fed is both corrupt and unconstitutional. It is inflating currency today at nearly a Weimar or Zimbabwe level, a practice that threatens to put us into an inflationary depression where $100 bills are worthless.

What most people don’t realize is that the Fed — created by the Morgans and Rockefellers at a private club off the coast of Georgia — is actually working against their own personal interests. Congressman Paul’s urgent appeal to all citizens and officials tells us where we went wrong and what we need to do fix America’s economic policy for future generations. Read more at: http://www.ronpaul.com/misc/books/end-the-fed/


Joseph Salerno “Unmasking the Federal Reserve”

Foundation for a Free Society  

Uploaded on Feb 15, 2011

http://www.f4fs.org/ in this video, Joseph Salerno speaks on the Federal Reserve, and exposes some of the fallacies regarding how the Federal Reserve functions, creates money, and controls the monetary system the United States. This video is from CPAC 2011.


25 Fast Facts on the Federal Reserve:

At the following link are 25 fast facts about the Federal Reserve that everyone should know…

#1 The greatest period of economic growth in U.S. history was when there was no central bank.

#2 The United States never had a persistent, ongoing problem with inflation until the Federal Reserve was created.  In the century before the Federal Reserve was created, the average annual rate of inflation was about half a percent.  In the century since the Federal Reserve was created, the average annual rate of inflation has been about 3.5 percent, and it would be even higher than that if the inflation numbers were not being so grossly manipulated.

#3 Even using the official numbers, the value of the U.S. dollar has declined by more than 95 percent since the Federal Reserve was created nearly 100 years ago.

#4 The secret November 1910 gathering at Jekyll Island, Georgia during which the plan for the Federal Reserve was hatched was attended by U.S. Senator Nelson W. Aldrich, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Department A.P. Andrews and a whole host of representatives from the upper crust of the Wall Street banking establishment.

#5 In 1913, Congress was promised that if the Federal Reserve Act was passed that it would eliminate the business cycle.

#6 The following comes directly from the Fed’s official mission statement: “To provide the nation with a safer, more flexible, and more stable monetary and financial system. Over the years, its role in banking and the economy has expanded.”

#7 It was not an accident that a permanent income tax was also introduced the same year when the Federal Reserve system was established.  The whole idea was to transfer wealth from our pockets to the federal government and from the federal government to the bankers.

#8 Within 20 years of the creation of the Federal Reserve, the U.S. economy was plunged into the Great Depression.

#9 If you can believe it, there have been 10 different economic recessions since 1950.  The Federal Reserve created the “dotcom bubble”, the Federal Reserve created the “housing bubble” and now it has created the largest bond bubble in the history of the planet.

#10 According to an official government report, the Federal Reserve made 16.1 trillion dollars in secret loans to the big banks during the last financial crisis.  The following is a list of loan recipients that was taken directly from page 131 of the report…

Citigroup – $2.513 trillion Morgan Stanley – $2.041 trillion Merrill Lynch – $1.949 trillion Bank of America – $1.344 trillion Barclays PLC – $868 billion Bear Sterns – $853 billion Goldman Sachs – $814 billion Royal Bank of Scotland – $541 billion JP Morgan Chase – $391 billion Deutsche Bank – $354 billion UBS – $287 billion Credit Suisse – $262 billion Lehman Brothers – $183 billion Bank of Scotland – $181 billion BNP Paribas – $175 billion Wells Fargo – $159 billion Dexia – $159 billion Wachovia – $142 billion Dresdner Bank – $135 billion Societe Generale – $124 billion “All Other Borrowers” – $2.639 trillion

#11 The Federal Reserve also paid those big banks $659.4 million in fees to help “administer” those secret loans.

#12 The Federal Reserve has created approximately 2.75 trillion dollars out of thin air and injected it into the financial system over the past five years.  This has allowed the stock market to soar to unprecedented heights, but it has also caused our financial system to become extremely unstable.

#13 We were told that the purpose of quantitative easing is to help “stimulate the economy”, but today the Federal Reserve is actually paying the big banks not to lend out 1.8 trillion dollars in “excess reserves” that they have parked at the Fed.

#14 Quantitative easing overwhelming benefits those that own stocks and other financial investments.  In other words, quantitative easing overwhelmingly favors the very wealthy.  Even Barack Obama has admitted that 95 percent of the income gains since he has been president have gone to the top one percent of income earners.

#15 The gap between the top one percent and the rest of the country is now the greatest that it has been since the 1920s.

#16 The Federal Reserve has argued vehemently in federal court that it is “not an agency” of the federal government and therefore not subject to the Freedom of Information Act.

#17 The Federal Reserve openly admits that the 12 regional Federal Reserve banks are organized “much like private corporations“.

#18 The regional Federal Reserve banks issue shares of stock to the “member banks” that own them.

#19 The Federal Reserve system greatly favors the biggest banks.  Back in 1970, the five largest U.S. banks held 17 percent of all U.S. banking industry assets.  Today, the five largest U.S. banks hold 52 percent of all U.S. banking industry assets.

#20 The Federal Reserve is supposed to “regulate” the big banks, but it has done nothing to stop a 441 trillion dollar interest rate derivatives bubble from inflating which could absolutely devastate our entire financial system.

#21 The Federal Reserve was designed to be a perpetual debt machine.  The bankers that designed it intended to trap the U.S. government in a perpetual debt spiral from which it could never possibly escape.  Since the Federal Reserve was established nearly 100 years ago, the U.S. national debt has gotten more than 5000 times larger.

#22 The U.S. government will spend more than 400 billion dollars just on interest on the national debt this year.

#23 If the average rate of interest on U.S. government debt rises to just 6 percent (and it has been much higher than that in the past), we will be paying out more than a trillion dollars a year just in interest on the national debt.

#24 According to Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Congress is the one that is supposed to have the authority to “coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures”.  So exactly why is the Federal Reserve doing it?

#25 There are plenty of possible alternative financial systems, but at this point all 187 nations that belong to the IMF have a central bank.  Are we supposed to believe that this is just some sort of a bizarre coincidence?

Source: http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/25-fast-facts-about-the-federal-reserve-please-share-with-everyone-you-know


Benjamin H. Freedman 1961 Speech at the Willard Hotel

A 1 hour speech exposing the real cabal behind the U.S. 

Financial Inequality

The gulf between rich and poor has grown so wide that it now poses a direct threat to our increasingly fragile democracy. That’s why Thomas Jefferson said:

If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of our currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and the corporations that will grow up will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing of money should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.

Free people cannot control their own destiny unless they control their own currency. The Federal Reserve must be abolished.

“Central banks can issue currency [i.e., create money out of nothing], a non-interest-bearing claim on the government, effectively without limit. They can discount loans and other assets of banks or other private depository institutions, thereby converting potentially illiquid private assets into riskless claims on the government in the form of deposits at the central bank.

[When he speaks of “discounting loans,” he is talking about loans that may be in default, e.g., the borrower may be broke and the loan may be worthless. In this case, the Fed may purchase the loan for less than its face value, i.e., “discount” it, and pay for it, again, with money that the Fed creates. Further, the Fed may create money, in Mr. Greenspan’s words, “without limit.” The “other assets” may be anything, e.g., real estate that a bank has purchased].

That all of these claims on government are readily accepted reflects the fact that a government cannot become insolvent with respect to obligations in its own currency. A fiat money system, like the ones we have today, can produce such claims [dollars] without limit. [i.e., create an unlimited amount of money out of nothing. It is significant that Mr. Greenspan repeats over and over that the Fed may create money without limit.]

To be sure, if a central bank produces too many [i.e., if it creates too much money], inflation will inexorably rise as will interest rates, and economic activity will inevitably be constrained by the misallocation of resources induced by inflation. If it produces too few, the economy’s expansion also will presumably be constrained by a shortage of the necessary lubricant for transactions. Authorities must struggle continuously to find the proper balance.”

Extract from a speech given by Alan Greenspan, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve, at the Catholic University, Leuven, Belgium. January 14th 1997, with comments by Larry Parks, http://www.gold-eagle.com/gold_digest/milhouse831.html



Would you want to live in a world where everyone knew everything about everyone?

And in case you’re wondering, that’s not where we’re headed. Instead, we’re blindly marching towards a dark future where the government knows everything about you but you know nothing about the government. Read more at:


Join the Ron Paul Revolution and help the US rebuild a nation where a people’s right to be left alone has priority over the government’s desire to know everything.

 09/03/2009 Ron Paul

[Chapter 2 of End the Fed by Ron Paul (Grand Central Publishing, 2009), pp. 12–31. The publisher controls reprint permissions for this chapter, and has given permission to Mises.org to run this. Unlike most everything else on Mises.org that is published under Creative Commons, it cannot be reposted or republished, but blogs and sites are welcome to link here.] 

From its founding in 1913, secrecy and inside deals have been part of the way the Fed works.

Part of the public-relations game played by the chairman of the Fed is designed to suggest that the Fed is an essential part of our system, one we cannot do without. In fact, the Fed came about during a period of the nation’s history called the Progressive Era, when the income tax and many new government institutions were created. It was a time in which business in general became infatuated with the idea of forming cartels as a way of protecting their profits and socializing their losses.

The largest banks were no exception. They were very unhappy that there was no national lender of last resort that they could depend on to bail them out in a time of crisis. With no bailout mechanism in place, they had to sink or swim on their own merits. What was more, following the Civil War, American presidents actually worked to implement and defend the gold standard, which put a brake on the ability of the largest banks to expand credit without limit. The gold standard worked like a regulator in this way. Ultimately, banks had to function like every other business. They could expand and make risky loans up to a point, but when faced with bankruptcy, they had nowhere they could turn. They would have to contract loans and deal with extreme financial pressures. Risk bearing is a wonderful mechanism for regulating human decision making. This created a culture of lending discipline.

If we look back at banking history, we can see the drive for the centralization of power dates back centuries. Whenever instability turns up, so do efforts to socialize the losses. Rarely do people ask what the fundamental source of instability really is.

For an answer we can turn to a monumental study published in 2006 by Spanish economist Jesús Huerta de Soto.1 He places the blame on the very institution of fractional-reserve banking. This is the notion that depositors’ money that is currently in use as cash may also be loaned out for speculative projects and then re-deposited. The system works so long as people do not attempt to withdraw all their money at once, as permitted to them in the banking contract. Once they do attempt this, the bank faces a choice to go bankrupt or suspend payment. In the face of such a demand, they turn to other banks to provide liquidity. But when the failure becomes system-wide, they turn to government.

Source: https://mises.org/library/end-fed


Jesús Huerta de Soto:


In this chapter we will present various examples to show how bankers have throughout history violated traditional legal principles in the irregular deposit, and we will consider the reasons behind the failure of society’s regulatory mechanisms to put a stop to these abuses. We will also contemplate the role of governments in this process. Far from endeavoring to scrupulously defend property rights, they supported bankers’ improper activity almost from the beginning and granted exemptions and privileges in order to take advantage of this activity for their own uses. Thus the intimate complicity and solidarity traditionally present (and still existent) in relations between state and bank institutions. To understand why the different attempts to legally justify abuses have failed, we must first properly understand the legally corrupt origin of fractional reserves in monetary bank deposits.


In the last chapter we presented the clear, coherent legal nature of the monetary irregular-deposit contract. Undoubtedly, those who from the beginning received money from their fellow citizens for safekeeping knew the obligations they were taking on, specifically, to guard the tantundem like a good parent, to keep it constantly available to the depositor. This is precisely the meaning of safekeeping in a deposit contract of a fungible good. However, while the legal nature of the irregular deposit contract is clear and easy to understand, human nature is imperfect and weak. Therefore it is comprehensible that those receiving monetary deposits were tempted to violate the safekeeping obligation and use for themselves money that should have been kept available to others. The temptation was very strong: without depositors realizing it, bankers could handle large amounts of money; and if they used it well, it could generate substantial profit or interest, which bankers could keep without openly harming anyone.1 Given the weakness of human nature and the almost irresistible temptation felt by bankers, it is comprehensible that the traditional principles of safekeeping on which the monetary irregular-deposit contract is based were violated from the very beginning in a concealed manner. In addition, given the abstract, confusing nature of monetary relations, most citizens and the majority of authorities in charge of enforcing moral and legal principles failed to notice this phenomenon, except in rare instances.

And once abuses and cases of fraud began to surface and became better understood, the institution of banking had


1We are referring to the most obvious source of profit, which initially motivated bankers to misappropriate depositors’ money. In chapter 4 we will examine a source of much greater earnings: the power of bankers to issue money or create loans and deposits out of nowhere. The resulting profit is immensely larger; however, as it arises from an abstract process, it is certain not even bankers were fully aware of it until very late in the evolution of finance. Nevertheless, the fact that they did not understand, but only intuited, this second type of profit does not mean they failed to take advantage of it completely. In chapter 4 we will explain how bankers’ violation of traditional legal principles through fractional-reserve banking makes it possible to create loans out of nowhere, the return of which is then demanded in hard cash (with interest to boot!). In short, we are dealing with a constant, privileged source of funding in the shape of deposits bankers create out of nothing and constantly employ for their own uses.

Page 3 of 78 – already been in operation so long and had acquired such power that it was practically impossible to effectively curb corruption. Moreover, the gradual discovery authorities made of banks’ immense power to create money explains why, in most instances, governments ended up becoming accomplices to banking fraud, granting privileges to bankers and legalizing their improper activity, in exchange for the opportunity to participate, directly or indirectly, in their enormous profits. In this way they established an important alternative source of state funding. Furthermore, this corruption of the state’s traditional duty to define and defend property rights was encouraged by governments’ enormous, recurrent need for resources, due to their historical irresponsibility and lack of financial control. Thus, a more and more perfect symbiosis or community of interests was formed between governments and bankers, a relationship which to a great extent still exists today.

However, despite the complexity of the above situation, certain shrewd thinkers long ago began to understand it. Doc tor Saravia de la Calle, in his book, Instrucción de mercaderes, attributes the destructive effects of banking to the fact that

man’s insatiable greed has so thoroughly banished his fear of God and sense of shame, and I even believe it is due to the neglect of the republic’s spiritual and temporal leaders.2

If Saravia de la Calle shows any weakness, it is an excess of charity toward the leaders. He correctly attributes fraud in the irregular deposit to men’s frailty or greed, but he only holds the leaders responsible for their “neglect” in not being able to end abuses. Historical events reveal that, apart from demonstrating undeniable neglect, on many occasions governments have clearly and explicitly taken advantage of the large profits of the banking “business.”


2Luis Saravia de la Calle, Instrucción de mercaderes (Medina del Campo: Pedro de Castro, 1544; Madrid: Colección de Joyas Bibliográficas, 1949), chap. 8, p. 179.

Source: http://www.jesushuertadesoto.com/money-bank-credit-and-economic-cycles/


Juan de Mariana and the Spanish Scholastics

Although Father Juan de Mariana wrote many books, the first one with a libertarian content was, perhaps, the book entitled De rege et regis institutione (“On the King and the Royal Institution”) published in 1598, in which he set forth his famous defence of tyrannicide. According to Mariana any individual citizen can justly assassinate a king who imposes taxes without the people’s consent, seizes the property of individuals and squanders it, or prevents a meeting of a democratic parliament (7). The doctrines contained in this book were apparently used to justify the assassination of the French tyrant kings Henry III and Henry IV and the book was burned in Paris by the executioner as a result of a decree issued by the Parliament of Paris on July 4, 1610 .(8)

In Spain, although the authorities were not enthusiastic about it, the book was respected. In fact, all Mariana did was to take the idea that natural law is morally superior to the might of the state to its logical conclusion. This idea had previously been developed in detail by the great founder of international law, the Dominican Francisco de Vitoria (1485-1546), who began the Spanish scholastic tradition of denouncing the conquest and particularly the enslavement of the Indians by the Spaniards in the New World.

But perhaps Mariana’s most important book was the work published in 1605 with the title De monetae mutatione (“On the alteration of money”) (9) In this book, Mariana began to question whether the king or governor was the owner of the private property of his vassals or citizens and reached the clear conclusion that he was not. The author then applied his distinction between a king and a tyrant and concluded that “the tyrant is he who tramples everything underfoot and believes everything to belong to him; the king restricts or limits his covetousness within the terms of reason and justice”.

From this, Mariana deduces that the king cannot demand tax without the people’s consent, since taxes are simply an appropriation of part of the subjects’ wealth. In order for such an appropriation to be legitimate, the subjects must be in agreement. Neither may the king create state monopolies, since they would simply be a disguised means of collecting taxes.

And neither may the king – this is the most important part of the book’s contents- obtain fiscal revenue by lowering the metal content of the coins. De Mariana realized that the reduction of the precious metal content in the coins and the increase in the number of coins in circulation is simply a form of inflation (although he does not use this word, which was unknown at the time) and that inflation inevitably leads to a rise in prices because, “if money falls from the legal value, all goods increase unavoidably, in the same proportion as the money fell, and all the accounts break down”.

Mariana describes the serious economic consequences to which the debasement and government tampering with the market value of money lead as follows:

“Only a fool would try to separate these values in such a way that the legal price should differ from the natural. Foolish, nay, wicked the ruler who orders that a thing the common people value, let as say, at five should be sold from ten. Men are guided in this matter by common estimation founded on considerations of the quality of things, and of their abundance or scarcity. It would be vain for a Prince to seek to undermine these principles of commerce. ‘Tis best to leave them intact instead of assailing them by force to the public detriment”. (10)

We should note how De Mariana refers to the fact that the “common estimation” of men is the origin of the value of things, thus following the traditional subjectivist doctrine of the scholastics, which was initially proposed by Diego de Covarrubias y Leyva. Read more at: http://www.jesushuertadesoto.com/articulos/articulos-en-ingles/juan-de-mariana-and-the-spanish-scholastics/



Since 1913, the currency of the United States has been owned and managed by a private corporation of international bankers known as the “Federal Reserve System.”

This group prints “Federal Reserve Notes” and loans them out to the United States Treasury. American taxpayers then pay interest to the Federal Reserve banking families for the rights to use their money.

The Federal Reserve banking families can therefore print as much money as they want – and give it to whomever they want, secretly, with no oversight or input from the United States government.

In this clip, former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan admits that the Federal Reserve is an independent agency whose decisions cannot be overruled by any element of the legitimate United States government.

The Federal Reserve is Above the Law

Uploaded on Apr 22, 2009

The deceptively-named “Federal Reserve” is really a private, foreign-owned, profit-making bank which has complete control over our money supply and credit. It is not a government entity nor is it accountable to anyone in government. In this clip, we hear Greenspan confirm that the Federal Reserve is above the law and accountable to nobody in government.


Thanks to heroic efforts of Congressman Ron Paul, former Congressman Alan Grayson and Congressman Bernie Sanders to audit the Federal Reserve, we now know that the Federal Reserve secretly lent out 26 trillion dollars’ worth of American money from 2007 to 2010 — much of it to foreign banks.

Twenty. Six. TRILLION. Dollars. This is a very difficult number to comprehend — but we do now have a way to wrap our minds around it. At his website usdebt.kleptocracy.us, Los Angeles-based 3D designer Oto Godfrey has created an incredibly powerful series of images to help us actually visualize this much money — in stacks of 100-dollar bills. Before you see it, try to stop for a minute and think what it will look like. How many stacks do you think there are? How big do you think they will be? I was quite surprised when I saw it for myself.

The website goes into more detail about each category — so I recommend going there and checking it out, and supporting Oto Godfrey’s amazing work.


Again, the Federal Reserve is a private corporation that prints money for the United States. The US then pays interest for the rights to use these “Federal Reserve Notes.”

The Federal Reserve secretly handed out 26 trillion dollars in bailout money between 2007 and 2010. The top four bailed-out banks are now doing 95.9 percent of all the gambling. Their total risk adds up to 600 trillion dollars – ten times more than all the money in the world.

At this point, it may seem that all we have to do is dismantle the Federal Reserve, let the US Treasury print its own money, back up everyone’s bank accounts for 275 billion dollars, and then allow a handful of “too big to fail” financial institutions to collapse — and be restructured in smaller pieces.

However, we now have scientific proof that this problem goes much deeper than just the Federal Reserve and a few of their closest banking buddies.

Instead, the Federal Reserve appears to be at the epicenter of a vast “interlocking directorate” of companies that may earn up to 80 percent of all the world’s wealth.

This, of course, makes it a lot more complicated to clean things up – but I do still believe it can be done, or else I wouldn’t have conducted this investigation.

Read the full investigation at: http://divinecosmos.com/start-here/davids-blog/1023-financial-tyranny



1984 Grace Commission Report

President Reagan requested a report to find out just where the Federal income tax dollars go, it was called the Grace Commission Report and it stated-

“One hundred percent of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the Federal debt and by the Federal Government contributions to transfer payments. In other words, all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on services which taxpayers expect from their Government”

These are the exact words from the document!

In other words every penny of US income taxes goes to pay the interest these private national foreign banks say the people owe them.


The Federal Reserve was the greatest swindle ever: http://judicial-inc-archive.blogspot.co.za/2010/06/jekyll-island-and-federal-reserve.html



The Economics of Fractional Reserve Banking

By Joseph T. Salerno

Published on Aug 14, 2013

Archived from the live Mises.tv broadcast, this lecture was presented by Joe Salerno at the 2013 Mises University, hosted by the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 23 July 2013.



International Tribunal for Natural Justice [ITNJ]

The Source Documents are important legislation, speeches, definitions, and events that are the foundation for understanding how a private corporation took over the government of the United States without telling the people.


Important Legislation, Speeches, Definitions and events for future study.


1789, Judiciary Act;

1794, The Jay Treaty; November 19, 1794

1795, 11th Amendment

1798, An Act Respecting Alien Enemies

1827, Ramsey v. Alegra, Supreme Court decision,, Waiver and Consent


1863, Leibor Code, General Order 100 –

1866, Civil Rights Act


1868, July 8 – EXPATRIATION ACT –

1868, 14th AMENDMENT

1871, ACT OF 1871

1902, Dick Act – Passed in 1903 as Public Law #33

1913, Federal Reserve Act

1917, Lindberg speech

1917, Trading with the Enemy Act

1920, Suits in Admiralty Act

1924, District Court decision – CATRONA 297 Fed.Supp. p. 827

1925, Public Vessels Act

1925, Administrative Procedures Codification

1928, government gave 61 billion in gold bullion to the Federal Reserve

1929, government gave 51 billion in gold bullion to the Federal Reserve

1929, stock market crash.

1930, another 13 billion given to the Federal Reserve

1932, Congressmen Louis Thomas McFadden Speech to Congress

1933, Amandatory Act, HJR 192, also known as the Banking Relief Act

1934, Trading With the Enemy Act

1934, Executive Order created the OMB, DOJ, and Postal Service

1935, Social Security Act Title 5, sec 501, 502

1938, Foreign Agents Registration Act

1940, Alien Registration Act

1941, War Powers Act – First War Powers Act


1946, Administrative Procedures Act – 60 Stat 247


1947, Taft Hartley Act

1957, Georgia General Assembly Joint Resolution

1966, Law, Equity, and the 57 Rules of Admiralty merged in Rules of Civil Procedure

1976, Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA)

1978, Inspector General’s Act

1980, Constitution Of The United Nations Industrial Development Organization

1983, executive order 12425

1983, Credit River Decision

1998, Foreign Affairs Reform and Restructuring Act


Other important information to know:

Talmudic Law of Kol Nidre


Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 4 (j)

18 USC 1418

UCC 1-201

28 USC 1343

28 USC 1350

Title 11, Sec. 109

Title 26, Sec. 6305

Title 28, Sec. 1333

Title 46, 781 and 782

18 U.S. Code § 219

Title 10, Section 7355

Title 22 CFR Foreign Relations, Sec. 92.12 – 92.30

USC Title 8, sec. 1481

Title 22 CFR, Ch. 11, Sec 611

Title 31 CFR 353 and 363

Title 26 USC 7343






Source: https://www.itnj.org/knowledge-base/resources/itnj-peoples-law-library/



Washington’s Benevolent Mask is Slipping

By Paul Craig Roberts

March 08, 2017 “Information Clearing House” –  The few weeks of Trump’s presidency suffice to make clear that there will be no change this time either. Normal relations with Russia are on the back burner, if not off the stove. The material needs of the military/security complex for an enemy in order to justify its budget and police state powers, and the ideological needs of the neoconservatives for US world hegemony, are deemed to be more important than trust between thermo-nuclear powers. As for the liberal/progressive/left, they regard working to preserve life on earth as merely a pretext for being soft on Russians and those who commit treason by favoring friendly relations with Russia.

Read full article: https://counterinformation.wordpress.com/2017/03/08/washingtons-benevolent-mask-is-disintegrating/



More  Educational Reads:

John Maynard Keynes Economic Consequences of the Peace, 1920



Jed Rakoff – Why Have No High Level Executives Been Prosecuted In Connection With The Financial Crisis

The Secretive Bank of England

Banking Scam: http://ecclesia.org/forum/uploads/bondservant/BankingScam.pdf

biggest financial story in the world today is not Fed policy or emerging-market debt. The biggest story is the global dollar shortage.