You Want REAL Political Change? Repeal the ‘Federal Reserve Act 1913’


A buzz word used by many presidential candidates is “change”. Indeed, for the past several election cycles, it’s been a prominent word used in all presidential campaigns. However, just as conspicuous in most of these campaigns is the fact that the candidates who talk of “change” do not tell us specifically what changes they are talking about. Sure, we get generalizations about ‘ending the war’ and ‘changing the way Washington does business’, but the actual changes being promised by candidates of any political persuasion are a mystery to us.

The problem is that our urge for change is genuine, yet undefined “change” can be bad or good, and without specific information about what changes a candidate is proposing — not just the idea or sentiment of change — then we really have no idea what we are actually voting for.

For example, President Bush Jr. brought about many significant changes to this nation during his presidency. He established that a President may take America to war on a fabricated lie, and use war as a pretext to take away the rights given to us by God and protected by our Constitution. He also established in law that human beings, especially foreigners, have no inalienable rights and can be tortured when deemed ‘necessary’ and ‘appropriate’ by government authorities, and created the mega governmental agency called the Department of Homeland Security, which has given dark new meaning to the phrase “Big Brother is watching.”

Barack Obama in his presidential campaign promised to change some of these things. In fact, he promised to change a lot of things. The problem being he made these promises with fingers crossed behind his back. He ran on a platform of radical change — “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.”— but as his second term of office comes to an end, he has changed nothing. What he has done is support the status quo, delivering more of the same; more war, more domestic controls, more corporate freedoms, more encroachment on our God-given rights — all the things that Americans desperately wanted to “change” eight years ago.

Now, in 2016, do we seriously think either Hillary Clinton, an integral feature of the same establishment, or Donald Trump, a multi-billionaire from the Forbes 400 crowd, is actually going to understand, advocate and then deliver the kind of change Americans really want, need and deserve?

Americans are starving for change. We want the jobs and companies that have fled overseas to come home, and rehire those they have fired…

We want gasoline, electricity and groceries to be affordable…

We want to educate and inspire our children, not just train them for to be future workers…

We pray that the perpetual wars in the Middle East will end and our troops will come home…

We want an end to corporate personhood and politically-motivated ‘foreign aid’…

We want to be able to afford our own homes without submitting to a lifetime of mortgage debt in exchange for a fraudulent bank ‘loan’ that is financed out of thin air

We want a balanced budget…

We want America to stop policing the world…

We want government officials to stop lying to us…

We want a President who is accountable for his or her actions, and who follows through on the big-picture promises made in the heat of election campaigns…

And finally, we wish to leave this world a better place for our children, just as our parents and grandparents have done before us. In other words, Americans do not really want change — what we want is what we had before. We’ve actually had abellyful of change. The past decade and half has been nothing but change; the kind that continues to steer us in the wrong direction. What we really want is reform.


Change, or Reform?

Reform! What an easy word to say, but what a difficult thing to bring about.

Politically speaking, reform means going back to where we are supposed to be. But where is that? Ask Americans and you get different answers from everyone. We all know something is wrong with our nation — very wrong — but we collectively are unable to agree on what needs to be done to turn things around, despite the fact that the answer to our problems is self-evident. What we need is to return to the fundamental constitutional roots that made the American nation what it was for most of last century. In other words, we need a constitutional government, including checks and balances designed to ensure that the wrong changes do not take place and our government behaves the way we want it to — on our behalf, and the behalf of our republic.

But, while this is what Americans fundamentally want, do we really have a snowball’s chance in hell of ever seeing this happen? This is not what our leaders want. Our leaders want to be free, and for them to be truly free — to use the power of government as they see fit, not as the majority sees fit — they need to be free of our Constitution and free of accountability to us. And the two best ways of achieving this freedom are through perpetual war and an economic system that turns us into the down-trodden economic slaves of the bankers.

Recommended reading: Ending the U.S. Doctrine of Perpetual War

The Federal Reserve Act 1913

“It is well enough that the people of this nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” ~ Henry Ford, 1922

American changed in 1913. This was the year that Congress, wrongfully and in violation of our legal Constitution, created the Federal Reserve; a private foreign banking cartel given authority to control our money supply and economy. It should be clear that if a group of people can control our money supply and economy, then they control everything — including our government. There is no equivocation here: either we control our government through our Constitution, or private bankers control it through the power of the dollar. And unfortunately, the nature of political corruption is such that dollars always trump an oath of office, and this being the case, we are left with a government that pays lips service to our Constitution and lies to us about everything, all the while acting on behalf of private banking mega-corporations.

Therefore, the first thing that any President should do upon entering office is to repeal the Federal Reserve Act of 1913.

But has Barack Obama ever mentioned this kind of “change”? No, of course not! Because the simple truth of the matter is that almost all party leaders and government officials (Republican, Democrat or otherwise) work for them — the bankers — and not for us.

“I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is now controlled by its system of credit. We are no longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.” ~ Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States President (1913–1921)

Imagine a high level corporate executive informing his board of directors that they are fired; this is exactly what is necessary for our President and Congress to do, in order for Americans to be a free people again. In order to serve us, they must tell the bankers that they are no longer needed — because they were never needed. They have acted exclusively for their own interests — profit and control — while intentionally and deceitfully working against our interests — freedoms and liberties. But the truth is, they need us. And the only way they can keep us working for them is through outright deception and systemic manipulation.

Recommended reading: The Federal Reserve Bank – 100 Years of Deception

Trade Agreements

Concurrent with the above actions our government should also kill the TTIP trade deal (which seeks to give corporations power over our own government), repeal the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), get us out of the World Trade Organization (WTO).

When the U.S. joined the United Nations, a Security Council was created to ensure the United States has veto power over any and all actions taken by the UN. No such veto power exists for actions taken by the WTO. Instead, we have agreed to make all of our laws, policies, and procedures conform to the decisions of the WTO, without reservation or Congressional input. In other words, the WTO is a governing body whose powers precede those of our own government.

By quitting the World Trade Organization and repealing the Federal Reserve Act, Americans will regain our lost sovereignty and begin trading freely with other nations, without marching to the beat of foreign regulators (another step toward global government) or private banking corporations that reap huge returns from our labor — while doing virtually nothing to earn it.

The reality the American nation faces today is that we are in a permanent recession called poverty — and this is exactly where our government has placed us, to the benefit of our New World Order masters. Americans want this to change and as a result, presidential candidates paint themselves as agents of change — but in truth, they will change nothing of substance. As recent history has so clearly proven, our politicians no longer work for America. All that has really changed in the 8 years since Obama took office is that, instead of having a white oppressor as President, we have had one who is black. Perhaps our next oppressor will be female.

via wakeup-world

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