Tue 21 Oct 2008
The Federal Reserve System. The Biggest Bank Robbery In History Is the Usurpation of World Governance III. The Gold
Andrew C. Hitchcock: 1934, Congressman Louis T. McFadden : “Through the Fed the people are losing their rights guaranteed to them by the Constitution …the people of these United States are being greatly wronged…Every effort has been made by the Fed to conceal its powers- but truth is - the Fed has usurped the Government…the sack of these United States by the Fed is the greatest crime in history…what King ever robbed his subject to such an extent as the Fed has robbed us…it is a monstrous thing for this great nation of people to have its destinies presided over by a traitorous government board acting in secret concert with international usurer.
When the Fed was passed, the people of these United States did not perceive that a world system was being set up here ...a super state controlled by international bankers, and international industrialists acting together to enslave the world for their own pleasure.”
On October 3, 1936, McFadden, Chairman of the House Banking & Currency Committee, from 1920 to 1931, is poisoned to death. This was the third assassination attempt on his life, he had suffered an earlier poisoning and had had shots fired at him.So much for speaking the truth!
For James Paul Warburg appearing before the Senate on 7th February, 1950, stated,”We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent.”
This is when the central bankers got to work on their plan for global government which started with a three step plan to centralize the economic systems of the entire world. These steps were:
1. Central Bank domination of national economies worldwide.
2. Centralized regional economies through super states such as the European Union, and regional trade unions such as NAFTA.
3. Centralize the World Economy through a World Central Bank, a world money, and ending national independence through the abolition of all tariffs by treaties like GATT.
Above: David Dees makes very impressive illustrations to the illuminist New World Order here and here
1933: President Roosevelt outlawed private ownership of all gold bullion and all gold coins with the exception of rare coins.
Either turn in your gold and be paid the official price for it of, $20-66 an ounce, or you will be liable for a $10,000 fine and a ten year prison sentence. This confiscation order was so unpopular, it’s author has never been discovered.
No Congressman ever claimed having written it, President Roosevelt stated he had not written it, nor had he even read it. Roosevelt’s Secretary of the Treasury, William H. Woodin, claimed he’d never read it either, but that it was, he stated, “What the experts wanted.”
1935: All the gold held by American citizens had finally been turned in. Without explanation the official price of gold was then raised to $35 per ounce. The only catch was that only foreigners could sell their gold at the new higher price.
Where is the world price of gold set? Since 1919, in the same room of private bank N. M. Rothschild & Sons in London, at 11:00 a.m., on a daily basis. (This stopped in 2004)
Therefore Warburg and his banking friends who put their money into gold at $20-66 before the stock market crash and shipped it to London, could now ship it back and sell it to the United States Government for the new higher price. The money changers have a golden rule,
“He who has the gold, makes the rules.”
President Roosevelt orders the building of a new gold bullion depository to hold the vast amount of gold the United States government had illegally confiscated. That depository was Fort Knox.
1953 President Eisenhower orders the last audit of Fort Knox ever held.
Fort Knox is found to contain over 700 million ounces of gold, 70% of all the gold in the world. Although Federal Law requires an annual physical audit of Fort Knox’s gold.
1971: All the pure gold had been secretly moved from Fort Knox, sold to international money changers for the $35 per ounce price, and is believed to now be kept in London. This is also when President Nixon repeals Roosevelt’s Gold Reserve Act of 1934, allowing Americans to once again buy gold. As a result of this gold prices began to soar. In fact,
9 years later, in 1980, gold sold for $880 per ounce, a staggering 25 times what the gold in Fort Knox was sold to the international bankers for…
1974: A New York periodical publishes an article claiming that the Rockefeller family were manipulating the Federal Reserve for the purpose of selling off Fort Knox gold at bargain basement prices to anonymous European speculators.
The US government still did not undertake an audit of the gold in Fort Knox to quell this speculation.
1981: When President Ronald Reagan took office, his conservative friends suggested to him that he return to a gold standard. President Reagan appointed a group of men called the, “Gold Commission,” to undertake a feasibility study. 1982 President Reagan’s, “Gold Commission,” reports back to Congress “The U. S. Treasury owned no gold at all. All the gold that was left in Fort Knox was now owned by the Federal Reserve, a group of private bankers, as collateral against the National Debt.”
Wikipedia writes:The Federal Reserve Bank of New York maintains a vault that lies 86 feet (26 m) below sea level, resting on Manhattan bedrock.
Currently, it is reputedly the largest gold repository in the world, more than Fort Knox. The gold is owned by many foreign nations, central banks and international organizations.
The Federal Reserve Bank does not own the gold but serves as guardian of the precious metal, which it protects at no charge as a gesture of good will to other nations - but they will not return it to e.g.Germany (see German Comment 1)!!
Recently Gordon Brown suggested a new Bretton Woods conference to govern the world´s financial system – although Sarkozy seems to be claiming the credit for the proposal !
New York Times, Oct. 19, 2008, Pres. Bush committed himself to a series of world summit conferences to renew the financial world governance.
Harry Dexter White was the economist behind the Bretton Woods System: “The absence of a high degree of economic collaboration among the leading nations will…inevitably result in economic warfare that will be but the prelude and instigator of military warfare on an even vaster scale.” White was later on disclosed as a Soviet spy!!
So what is the Bretton Woods System? wikipedia
In 1944, 730 delegates from all 44 Allied nations gathered at the in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, United States, for the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference.
Setting up a system of rules, institutions, and procedures to regulate the international monetary system, the planners at Bretton Woods established thethe World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
The chief features of the Bretton Woods System were an obligation for each country to adopt a monetary policy that maintained the exchange rate of its currency within a fixed value—plus or minus one percent—in terms of gold and the ability of the IMF to bridge temporary imbalances of payments. The system collapsed in 1971, following the US suspension of convertibility from dollars to gold. This created the unique situation whereby the United States dollar became the “reserve currency” .
The United States held one-third of all IMF quotas at the outset, enough on its own to veto all changes to the IMF Charter.
Here is what Andrew C. Hitchcock says about Bretton Woods: What these two bodies (World Bank - always having a Rockefeller-CFR chief) and the IMF essentially did, was repeat on a world scale what the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 had established in the US.
They created a banking cartel comprising the world’s privately owned central banks, which gradually assumed the power to dictate credit policies to the banks of all nations.
New York Times, Oct. 19, 2008: José Barroso: “We need a new global financial order”. Sarkozy Oct. 18, 2008: “We need a worldwide solution”.
Jeffrey Garten, a CFR member and former policyplanner for Henry Kissinger in the Financial Times, Sept. 25, 2008:” …the establishment of a Global Monetary Authority- GMA- (is necessary) to oversee markets that have become borderless.
The biggest global financial companies would have to register with the GMA and be subject to its monitoring, or be blacklisted. The GMA’s board would have to include central bankers not just from the US, UK, the eurozone and Japan, but also China, Saudi Arabia and Brazil. It would be financed by mandatory contributions from every capable country
It would scrutinise the regulatory activities of national authorities with more teeth than the IMF has and oversee the implementation of a limited number of global regulations.
I have only one remark: The ongoing global financial crisis is planned to establish the “New global financial order” at a “Bretton Woods II” to finish what was started at “Bretton Woods I” – brought about after the planned Wall Street Crash in 1929 and the great Depression.
The international “elite” are building their world republic and finishing their New World Order dictatorship at our cost.
Is a desire for a gold standard, an old Rothschild policy, the reason why Rothschild seems to be amassing the gold of the world?
Or: Bloomberg 19. okt. 2008:”European Central Bank Council member Ewald Nowotny said a “tri-polar” global currency system is developing between Asia, Europe and the U.S. and that he’s skeptical the U.S. dollar’s centrality can be revived. “What I see is a system where we have more centers of gravity”.
And he seems to speak for the EU: The Telegraph Oct. 19, 2008: “President Sarkozy and other EU leaders have floated radical ideas of taking over financial world governance, reforming rating agencies, the creation of new international financial supervisors.”
In my one of next posts I shall enter upon these extremely interesting supervisors.
A hateful Russia, too, wants to assume financial world governance.
A dangerous development, since it has been said that the real reason for the 2 Iraqi wars was the US fear to lose the credits ensuing from having the “world currency” in oil purchases.