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Joseph Farrell on JFK's war against Federal Reserve

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Saturday January 8, 2011

Our Money is NOT Real

"Real money is not what we have in this country. Real money is issued by the state against the economic power of the country. What we have is monetized debt. Its purpose is to inject a level of profit into the system: the interest that government must pay to finance the debt. The one thing that congress will not debate is what we really need to do: return to state-issued money. This was true until the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913. " –Joseph Farrell

Listen as Jim Marrs interviews Joseph Farrell about the hidden history of what Joseph Farrell calls "the banksters," the bank-gangsters who have been running our world since time immemorial. You will be deeply shocked by the extent to which we have been enslaved by these people. They have suppressed technologies that might free us from the burden of purchasing expensive and polluting fossil fuels. They have burdened us with what is essentially a false debt that insures that they will continue to profit and we will continue to pay down the halls of time.

Debt-loaded money creates social instability. Debt-free money can be inflation controlled and is intrinsically more stable. An example is the money of ancient Egypt, which was debt-free money and provided the foundation of the most stable civilization the world has ever known.

Debt-loaded money needs occasional economic crises to support bank profits. Witness the current recession and the massive, immensely profitable "bailouts" the banks have enjoyed while the people have been left to lose their homes and jobs.

Thank you, banksters.

As Joseph Farrell puts it in "Babylon Banksters", his powerful new book, "It's high time to have done with them."

Joseph's website is GizaDeathStar.com.

Jim Marrs' website is JimMarrs.com.

Note: Joseph Farrell will be interviewed this Sunday, Jan. 9, on coasttocoastam, the radio program with the largest nighttime audience.

The End of Freedom and the Li Family of China

For subscribers, Whitley and Joseph Farrell go deeper. Joseph explains that the current system is approaching its final goal of absolute domination of the individual. But what does that entail? What is going to happen to us if they succeed, and how can we ensure their failure? Find out about the powerful, hidden Li Family of China, and how a formula created by Dr. David X. Li set the stage for the financial catastrophe that has put us where we are today. This interview is as deep a look inside the hidden corridors of high finance as any that has ever appeared on Unknowncountry.com--or anywhere else, for that matter.

Don't know about Dr. Li and his family and his formula? You need to!

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If any Forum member has a copy of the Executive Order issued by JFK in June 1963 that implemented several billion dollars of debt-free money, which challenged the supremacy of the Federal Reserve, it would be helpful if it were posted for all to see.

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Guest Tom Scully

Does anyone know an accurate estimate of US monetary metals physically held in reserve? Actual hard gold and silver, vaulted here or abroad.

No David, the holdings of the US government are an intentional mystery.:


Ron Paul questions whether there's gold at Fort Knox, NY Fed

By Michael O'Brien - 08/30/10 09:21 AM ET

Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) said he plans to introduce legislation next year to force an audit of U.S. holdings of gold. ...


March 28, 2009

Is there any gold inside Fort Knox, the world's most secure vault?...


Why the Fed should open its books

Gary Weiss

From Friday's Globe and Mail

Published Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010 4:09PM EST

...Visit the Federal Reserve Bank of New York building in Lower Manhattan, which reputedly has more gold than Fort Knox, and you feel like it’s an institution that has Gatling guns trained on the restless crowds outside. Jefferson’s fear of a central bank may have been overblown, and Sarah Palin is almost certainly wrong in her “cease and desist” bloviating. Bernanke might be right for defending his policies. No matter. The Fed needs to open itself to public scrutiny if it wants to have the moral standing it will need to save the U.S. economy, or even just help it stumble along.

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