The silent killer of our lifestyle is already knocking at our door. Do we dare to open up and submit to the catastrophe that awaits us, or do we wake up and begin to implement reforms that will forever defeat the evil of debt that is about to close its iron grip on an already besieged nation? For several years now, the United States government, as Trump did last year, has seduced the public. Unbeknownst to the public and even many members of Congress do not seem to understand the severity of the financial and economic disaster that is already unfolding right under our feet.
Although the American public has been kept in the dark for far too long, we have to realize that since 1933 the United States government for all practical purposes was dissolved by the Emergency Banking Act. This was an act that was enacted to keep the government running during the height of the Great Depression. In truth, the United States government has since been bankrupt and remains insolvent. In June of that same year, Congress voted to suspend the gold standard and abolish the gold clause. What this did was essentially dissolve the sovereign authority of the United States and all other official capabilities of our government. In truth, what we have today is that the United States government exists in name only.
To fully understand how far the rule of tyranny has come, we first need to understand the financial landscape that has seeped into our society. When President Roosevelt and Congress suspended the gold standard, they did so to prevent the gold and silver hoarding. Since our founding, gold and silver were the only currency that would be used as money in the United States. But since gold and silver were cumbersome and often too inconvenient for a large number of transactions, they were stored in banks and a claim check was issued as a substitute for money. Then people used these claim checks as currency. We must remember that currency is not money but a substitute for money. Until 1933, redeemable currency was always backed by the dollar equivalent of gold or silver money. Federal Reserve notes do not make such promises, therefore what we have in our pockets is not really money. A Federal Reserve note is a debt obligation of the United States government. The United States government and the United States Congress have never been authorized by the Constitution for the United States to issue currency. So what we have today is a fraudulent financial system. A system based solely on the creation of debt.
To explain this further, it is essential that we understand the distinction between real money and the substitute for paper money. It is a false assumption to think that one can get rich by accumulating substitutes for money. One can only borrow more. Today, the American citizen no longer has real money in his pocket. In fact, our paychecks are only paper substitutes for the real ones. This is the biggest contributor to why we feel, and in many cases, we are truly bankrupt, as the United States is today.
Federal Reserve notes are essentially unsigned checks issued to a closed account. Federal Reserve notes are an inflatable paper system for creating debt through inflation. All inflation is just a devaluation of the currency. Whenever there is an increase in the supply of money substitute in the economy without a corresponding increase in the gold and silver to back it up, inflation always occurs. Just think of 2008 and 2009 with all that quantitative easing from the Federal Reserve when it printed billions of Federal Reserve notes. These notes were then funneled back to the financial institutions that originally caused one of the worst financial disasters in recent memory. All it did was create more debt.
We have to realize that inflation is really another form of taxes that governments impose on their citizens. In truth, our government has long been irresponsible. Since 1913 the Federal Reserve Bank has misled the citizens of the United States into thinking that they are paying us and using real money when in fact we have been bankrupt. The Federal Reserve notes are nothing more than IOUs of United States Treasury securities as a promise to pay the debt to the Federal Reserve Bank.
We also have to realize that there is a fundamental difference between paying off and paying off a debt. To pay a debt we have to pay with the value of gold, silver or other merchandise. With Federal Reserve notes, you can only pay off one debt. We cannot pay a debt with a debt money system. Nor can we pay a debt with currency that is not backed in value or substance. Unpayable debt ultimately transfers power and control to the entrenched power structure. Which by the way are the richest 1%. As we can see today, the existing power structure within the financial world, especially the Federal Reserve, is the entity that really controls the destiny and destiny of this nation. What people too often overlook is the fact that the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was legislated and passed without authorization by the rules outlined in the United States Constitution.
When the Federal Reserve Act was passed, it was deliberately created as a private sovereign entity separate from the United States government. What many of us do not realize is that ever since the United States went off the gold standard we have been delving to the bottom as international bankers, the real power brokers behind governments, have entrenched themselves firmly in all facets of our society. Before 1913, most Americans owned their own properties and homes. When the Federal Reserve Act was passed, everything changed. Little did the unsuspecting public realize that our homes and properties that we thought were bears became what we now call mortgaged assets. This means that a person who wants a property pledges that property or an asset as collateral for a loan. All the while retaining ownership of the property, though not really …
What the Federal Reserve Act also implies that the assets of the debtor, also known as the homeowner, can be pledged as collateral by, in this case, the Federal Reserve. This means that since 1913 all property within the United States is the Federal Reserve that has legal title. In 1933 the United States mortgaged all property, present and future assets, and believe it or not the work of our citizens to the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve, in turn, continues to provide all the “money substitute” credit the government needs. What the government has done is essentially assign collateral and security to the Federal Reserve as a condition for a loan. Since the Government does not have any assets, it has assigned the private property of United States citizens as collateral against the unpayable federal debt. The government has also promised the unincorporated federal territories, our national parks, birth certificates. [think Strawman accounts] and nonprofit organizations as additional collateral against federal debt.
What has happened as a result is that America has returned to the days of medieval times, where all land is in the hands of one sovereign, the Federal Reserve, and we the people have no real rights to the title of what we thought was our property. This has been going on for almost 100 years without the knowledge of the American public. Questions have to be asked, and yet none of our elected officials are in the least concerned about why more than 90% of Americans have little or no real assets. And why is it not just felt, but are we actually working harder and getting less and less in return?
Until we address what the Federal Reserve is actually doing to the United States, this country, our way of life, and our freedoms will forever be thrown into the abyss of massive debt that is draining the lifeblood of this nation. Meanwhile, a very select few are reaping colossal fortunes at the expense of the American citizen. That is why it is imperative that we initiate and implement a total reform of our financial system and of our own government. The Ten Articles of the Confederacy of National Economic Reform are the roadmap to financial stability and renewed prosperity for all Americans. To wait more our children and our grandchildren will inherit an unpayable debt. A country still made up of tenants and sharecroppers who rent properties instead of land and owners in good faith. The rule of tyranny will continue over an oppressed people if we do not see the light of reform.