Since the first European settlers arrived in America, millions upon millions of migrants have come to the promised land in search of better lives and in pursuit of their dreams.
Over the centuries, America did fulfill many of the newcomers dreams and lived up to its reputation of the “Land of the Free”.
But preserving America’s promise, its freedom and independence was a ceaseless struggle. Our history books do not say much about those who threatened to infringe upon America’s sovereignty from the very beginning and how they succeeded in their efforts.
By their nefarious actions, these perpetrators effectively hijacked the US Republic. As a result, the freedom most Americans experience today, isn’t real freedom, but mostly an illusion.
The humble beginnings of the United States is well documented. Following the footsteps of Christopher Columbus, the pilgrims arrived in the new continent, escaping religious persecution, in search of freedom. By the end of the 18th century, 13 states grew out of the settlements, that had been originally established.
Dissatisfaction grew among the colonists over excessive taxation and the overreach of the British monarchy. One of the most notable events was the passage of the Currency Law of 1764. King George III wanted total control over the monetary systems of the 13 colonies, by not allowing them to print their own paper money.
No less, than a year after the US gained their independence from Britain, the money manipulators were already at work.
They succeeded in setting up a new central private bank, called the First Bank of the United States, mainly through the Rothschild’s main supporter in the United States, Alexander Hamilton.
By the end of its 20 year charter, this private bank nearly bankrupted the US and Congress refused to renew its charter.
This resulted in a threat from Nathan Mayer Rothschild:
“Teach those impudent Americans a lesson! Bring them back to colonial status!”
Financed by the Rothschild controlled Bank of England, Britain launched the war of 1812, to try to recolonize the United States and force them into the slavery of the Bank of England’s bank notes.
Although the US won the war, Congress was forced to draft a new charter, for the 2nd Bank of the United States, that just like the first one, began issuing the public currency as loans at interest.
The nation was plunged into debt once again, unemployment, poverty were on the rise.
Andrew Jackson successfully campaigned for his second term on ending the private bank’s monopoly.
He said to the bankers:
“You are a den of vipers and thieves! I have determined to rout you out and by the Eternal (bringing his fist down the table), I will rout you out!”
He then ended the second Bank of the United States, by refusing to renew its charter.
Shortly after there was an assassination attempt on Jackson’s life.
At the start of the civil war, the bankers saw a new opportunity to regain control of the nation’s money supply. They offered Lincoln to finance the war at 30% interest.
“I have two great enemies, the southern army in front of me and the bankers behind me. Of the two, the one in the rear is the greatest enemy.” – Abraham Lincoln
He declined the offer and using his authority as president issued a new government currency, the greenback.
This was a direct threat to the wealthy. Shortly thereafter the London Times wrote: “That country must be destroyed, or it will destroy every monarchy on the globe.”
Following Lincoln’s assassination, the greenbacks were pulled from circulation and the American people were forced to go back to an economy, based on bank notes, borrowed at interest from the private bankers.
In 1910, seven powerful men, representing the Rothschild, Rockefeller, J.P. Morgan and the Warburg banking families met in Jekyll island, off the coast of Georgia. They forged plans for the creation of the 3rd Bank of the United States. However, this time they decided to give it the name Federal Reserve.
The supporters of the Federal Reserve paid for the presidential campaign of Woodrow Wilson, who signed the bill into law in 1913. He later regretted his decision, saying:
It is no coincidence that a permanent income tax law was also introduced in 1913. The Federal Reserve is the greatest Ponzi scheme in the history of the world. It was created by the bankers, to transfer wealth from the American people to the government and from the government to the central banks.
The trillions of dollars that are siphoned off the economy this way have been used by the bankers to finance endless wars, fund the military-industrial complex, bribe politicians, engineer social conflicts to distract the population and simply enrich the selected few even more, while the inflation, caused by their money lending continuously degrades the living standard of the working class.
On June 4th, 1963, President John F. Kennedy issued Executive Order 11110. This was the beginning of an attempt by Kennedy to strip the Federal Reserve of its power to lend money at interest, to the federal government. Later that year, he was assassinated.
Their power and influence over the government and the resulting abuse and exploitation of the United States by the central banks is a financial slavery, this is the reason why America’s promise, freedom and independence is only an illusion today.
Most people still believe that we have a democracy, but financial tyranny by a Ruling Elite isn’t a democracy. It is only by abolishing the central banks, by breaking their stranglehold on the United States, that the American dream can be reclaimed and the power returned to the people.