Thomas Jefferson was one of the greatest men in American history. But, he did something incredibly that most people have no clue about. Jefferson and the patriots vowed to stop the evil tyrants (the Rothschild family) at all costs from taking over America. He was quoted for saying:
Without a doubt, Jefferson was an incredibly great man. But Nathan Rothschild’s agents argued that our country needed a central bank to control our country’s finances. Once again, see how incredibly powerful spinning words around can be? Put that way it doesn’t sound half bad. Oh and the specific “agent” that argued against Jefferson like that was actually our first secretary of treasury, Alexander Hamilton (you might recognize him on the $10 bill). Great guy. Back on track, this is why Aaron Burr, Jr. (Thomas Jefferson’s vice-president) in 1804 during his last full year of his single term shot and killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel. Not something likely taught in schools. Although because of this Burr was never able to hold office again, all of his charges were dropped for this illegal duel. Guess he had a lot of supporters.
The first attempt of a central bank only lasted 20 years, and we shut it down. The bankers tried again, this time against President Andrew Jackson. Jackson was ruthless, and did not let the bankers win during his lifetime at all. He was quoted for saying:
He actually survived an assignation (certainly a hired assassin from the “central bankers”) and then went on to defeat the bank in 1836. While lying on his death bed, he was asked what the greatest accomplishment in his life was… he responded, "I killed the bank"
Those were his last words. Now, with real money backed by real gold, our country experienced the greatest boom in any nation’s history. But the bankers never gave up. They wanted more power and wealth, and refused to stop until they got just that. So in the November of 1910, a secret meeting was held in the estate of J.P. Morgan (a club hotel for the extremely wealthy) on Jekyll Island, off the coast of Georgia (you might recognize this island in the ending scene of X-Men: First Class). This was following the Panic of 1907, where the New York Stock Exchange (now called the American Stock Exchange) fell almost 50% from its peak the previous year. Banking reform became a major issue in the United States. Senator Nelson W. Aldrich, chairman of the National Monetary Commission, went to Europe for almost two years to study that continent’s banking systems. Can you begin to smell the trouble? Upon his return, he brought together the Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury Department, A. Piatt Andrew, and five of the country’s leading financiers: Frank Vanderlip (president of the National City Bank of New York), Henry P. Davison (senior partner of J.P. Morgan Company), Charles D. Norton (president of the Morgan-dominated First Nation Bank of New York), Benjamin Strong (representing J.P. Morgan), and Paul Warburg (a naturalized German representing Kuhn, Loeb & Co. which was a partnership between John M. Schiff and Harvey M. Krueger dealing with investment banking/management and finance) to discuss the monetary policy and the banking system, which ultimately lead to the creation of the Federal Reserve. Along with the creation of personal income tax, the goal was to once again to try and create a centralization of banking control and a bottomless source of credit for the U.S. Congress… all so that these “elite few” could gain their endless profit and control above the laws.
Together they represented about one fourth of the world’s wealth at the time. That night, they boarded a train in complete secrecy in Hoboken, New Jersey headed to Jekyll Island. They dropped their last names and instead used either their first names or even code names, so no one would discover who they all were. Their excuse for all riding this train together was to go on a duck hunting trip on Jekyll Island. Also, it’s kept secret that these members were in attendance as well: J.D. Rockefeller (richest man in America at the time) Thomas Lamont (member of J.P. Morgan Company, and the U.S. Treasury’s advisor to the American Peace Delegation in Paris… negotiators of the Versailles Treaty that ended WWI) and Nathan Mayer Rothschild (this is the “original” Nathan Rothschild’s grandson, who he was named after) or Walter Rothschild (the great grandson). In total, these are the 10 secret members that attended this meeting. Bertie Charles Forbes (Forbes magazine’s founder) was quoted for saying this to explain the events:
As these people argued who would run the new central bank, Rothschild explained to them that no one is going to run the bank. In the past the idea of a central bank kept failing because of their openness. This time they would kept their real motive a secret and get the people to believe that they own the bank (they did this by naming their private bank the “Federal Reserve”). The method to actually make all of this work was to first create panic, (i.e. the great depression) and to then show the public this (central banking system) as their only solution. With their men in office and perfect timing, the Rothschild family was finally able to pull this off and gain control of America’s economy. They struck on December 23, 1913… only one month after their secret meeting. They had their newly elected accomplish, President Woodrow Wilson, sign their treasonous act (the Federal Reserve Act and the 16th Amendment for the I.R.S. to be established). He also agreed to sign before he was even elected. And yes, that’s right the I.R.S. didn’t always exist and just serves as the Federal Reserve’s “security” to make sure that every citizen pays what they “owe” to them. Now you know the type of people that created the I.R.S. and what it’s really for. The “Fed” now has the exclusive power to print U.S. money, which they then loan to our banks at interest, putting immediate debt on our own money.
I wonder why we’re never taught about the history of our country’s most powerful financial institution. Well, maybe I can take a guess. See most people have no clue about this, but now you do. Oh and that’s not even all of it, this “system” facilitated the U.S. government’s ability to inflame the nation’s citizens for the purpose of supporting the European war of 1914-1918 (World War I). See, warfare provides a source of immense borrowing and provides banking corporations with huge profits in the form of interest income. Several of these same “wall street banks” financed Adolph Hitler two decades later as well. To read the conclusion of this topic, and see where we are today with all of this please click here.
This last article will be the most important one to read; since it will go into what could happen in the future and actual things that you can start doing instead of just become angry from learning all of this. These people have no limit to their greed for power and control, but with an educated population we can regain control.Wisdom-Square › Follow The Money › How the Federal Reserve Started