“It is well that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” –Henry Ford
An ‘oldy’ but one that needs to be seen and understood by all Americans if we are to ever have real change in America.
GM, AIG, Fannie, Freddie, and all the rest of our government-owned corporations are nothing compared to the behemoths known as The Federal Reserve and the Internal Revenue Service:
Nothing has changed since the days of Henry Ford, and in fact, the monetary system is now more controlled than ever before. When a private corporation is responsible, seemingly without any oversight, for manipulating the currency of an entire nation, as well as the economy of the globe, then we have a serious problem. While the pros and cons of a “central bank” for the betterment of commerce and economic expansion in modern times is up for debate, what is clear is that control of such an entity should not belong in the hands of a few powerful banking conglomerates (The Federal Reserve is 100% privately owned by major institutions and private interests).
The Fed essentially controls all the front end of capital expansion (or contraction) and is the key party to blame not for price stabilization, which is supposed to be its mission, but rather, for the exact opposite of stable prices.
On the back end we have another organization operating outside of the law much like the Federal Reserve to take whatever remains of your depreciated earnings after the Federal Reserve is done with inflating away your savings. The IRS, as depicted in the above trailer for America: Freedom to Fascism, has no governmental mandate, and the only reason that the majority of the American people actually pay taxes is because they are under threat of force. If Americans were to learn, understand and act on the fact that there is no legal requirement for them to pay a tax, we’d have a public response that would exceed the millions who stopped paying their mortgages when they realized they wouldn’t be evicted from their homes for months or years.
And while we’re on the topic of corporations and government, for those interested, the largest corporation you’ve never heard of is one that you interact with on a daily basis. It controls everything you do, overseeing your monetary policy, your taxes, and your freedom, or lack there of, to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
It’s called THE UNITED STATES and it was established by the Act of 1871, also known as An Act To Provide A Government for the District of Columbia.
A brief explanation from Lisa Guliani:
The government which was created for the District of Columbia via the Act of 1871 operates under Private International Law, and not Common Law, which was the law of the Constitutional Republic. This is very important to note since it impacts all Americans in concrete ways. You must recognize that private international law is only applicable within the District of Columbia and NOT in the other states of the Union. The various arms of the corporation are known as “departments” such as the Judiciary, Justice and Treasury. You recognize those names? Yes, you do! But they are not what you assume them to be. These “departments” all belong to the corporation known as THE UNITED STATES. They do NOT belong to you and me under the corporate constitution and its various amendments that operate outside of the Constitutional Republic.
If you’re interested in learning more about THE UNITED STATES Corporation, we recommend the following short film, which explains the corporation, our two constitutions, and cites the special acts and laws that make it so:
We are, and have been since before our birth, ruled by corporations.
They make the money. They issue the money. They seize the money. They make the rules. For now.
Watch Aaron Russo’s America: From Freedom to Fascism (110 minutes):
Hat tip GoldenFoxx