By: Will Zoll

  • Thomas Jefferson was no fan of private central banking. He knew all too well what would happen should the issuance of currency be taken away from the government and placed in the hands of private banks.
  • “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around (these banks) will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.”1
  • Jefferson was not the only President to speak out against the private central bankers. There were seven others:
  • • Andrew Jackson, stating directly to President John Quincy Adams, “You are a den of vipers and thieves.”
  • • Ulysses S. Grant was put in power to defeat the forces trying to put in a central bank after the US Civil War.
  • • Abraham Lincoln, “The government should create, issue, and circulate all the currency and credit need to satisfy the spending power of the government and the buying power of the consumers.”
  • • Andrew Johnson, who opposed EUROPEAN FORCES attempting to implement a central bank.
  • • James A. Garfield, “Whoever controls the money of a nation, controls that nation and is absolute master of all industry and commerce.”
  • • William McKinley who, with his Secretary of State John Sherman, brought the war to the European bankers through a law, the “Sherman Antitrust Act”. After McKinley’s assassination, his Vice President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt took power and dropped the lawsuits against the Northern Trust (the Rothschild supported Morgan financial empire at the time).
  • • John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated about five months after issuing Executive Order 11110 which allowed the Secretary of the Treasury to buy silver and issue silver certificates.
  • Beside Presidents, there were many others who opposed the future Federal Reserve. There were also wealthy and powerful bankers and industrialists who opposed it. John Jacob Astor IV, the man who invested in Tesla, opposed the plan, as did Benjamin Guggenheim and Macy’s owner Isidor Straus. They were the wealthiest men of the day, and unfortunately all met their end in the fateful sinking of the Titanic in 1912. It’s the stuff of conspiracy theories, but find comfort in the fact-checkers who have spent an awful amount of time reassuring us it is simply a coincidence – albeit a huge one.
  • Origins of the Federal Reserve
  • • The Prussian central bank model was about creating a monopoly on the issuance of currency. It destroyed competition through policy, not by free market actions. This is not a conspiracy, but a stated goal of the Prussian central bank.
  • By the end of 19th century, Theodore Marburg conceived of a plan for a “New World Order” whereby nations would fall to socialism and be regulated and financed by “international financiers” – today known as the globalist central banking system. Marburg put together a group that would aggressively campaign for the implementation of the future Federal Reserve; signed in by a man whom he had influenced greatly, President Woodrow Wilson This group, incredibly, all have one thing in common. Their heritage, education or core philosophy all come from the totalitarian viewpoint of Prussia.
  • This provides ample evidence of Prussian infiltration, however, “Origins of the Federal Reserve” by Murray N. Rothbard ‘nails the coffin shut’ on any doubt the Federal Reserve was anything but a Prussian attack on American life, liberty and happiness.

Bear in mind the goal of Prussia was to control and eliminate competition entirely, and it used its army of philosophers, educators and financiers to do so.

  • Before looking into the origins of the Federal Reserve there was no foreknowledge that Prussia was involved. After a deep research dig, it is hard to deny that it was anything but a part of the Prussian playbook to infiltrate and subvert America away from the principles set out by the Founding Fathers. Freedom is impossible if a nation is governed by tyrannical institutions.
  • The central banking experiment is an abomination. With the ability to create money, central banks have financed wars, massive welfare programs, communism and fascism. While ‘We the People’ drown in debt creation, the ‘Big Guys’ make billions at our expense.
  • They are the reason why gold has moved from $20 to $1800 and crypto currencies have gone “to the moon”. Why has the cost of living outpaced wages for a century? Central bankers are also the reason for the largest wealth gap in human history. He who can borrow first can buy first, and therefore profit first.  
  • For the central bankers, Trump’s boom was not part of their plan. As America boomed, they tried desperately to counter Trump’s moves to de-Prussify the US, by raising interest rates. Obama enjoyed eight years of near zero rates to borrow trillions of dollars from the Fed. They made sure Trump had to pay.

Trump let the Federal Reserve know he was not happy with their actions. The President and the Federal Reserve Bank were clearly in a war.

  • Finally, there is the man who “broke the bank” of England. There is a lot we could say about George Soros. An entire investigation will need to be devoted towards him because by no we should all know that he takes orders from an “invisible” authority. However, with respect to Trump, in 2018 Soros used his crystal ball to predict that in 2020 Trump will have major problems and will simply “disappear”.
  • What was George referring to back in Davos 2018?
  • As we know 2020 was the year of the “unforeseen” pandemic, and Trump was faced with challenges on all fronts. The biggest challenge, however, lay in the economic annihilation that was unravelling from draconian and enduring lockdowns. In many cases, States that were heavily locked down where also financially backed by none other than George Soros.
  • The markets were anticipating a wave of defaults caused by the 2020 lockdown mania. This was very serious. Economic collapses always precede misery, poverty, famine and suicides. Not only were people locked away from the world, they were going to lose everything in the process.
  • George Soros’ magical crystal ball in 2018 appeared to have had a Nostradamus effect. The Federal Reserve dropped interest rates back to near zero, but that was it. It seemed a perilous and hopeless situation and speculators were just sitting back and waiting for their trading ‘shorts’ to pay off.
  • This included everyone except Trump and his Treasury Secretary Mnuchin. They were about to show the world how the Treasury, not a privately owned central bank, will deal with a crisis.
  • On March 18, 2020, Mnuchin approved the establishment of the Money Market Mutual Fund Liquidity Facility (MMLF). This was the first move in stemming the impending wave of defaults.
  • On March 23, Mnuchin announced a “slew of programs the Federal Reserve will employ to keep the economy on track”.
  • Then Trump signed The CARES Act into law on March 27, 2020.
  • The Cares Act allowed the Treasury to set up special purpose vehicles (SPVs), which could invest in specific debt assets. Termed CPFF, PMCFF, TALF, SMCCF and MSBLP, these programs were all designed to do one thing:
  • The Treasury would seed fund these SPVs and the Federal Reserve were forced to loan them the rest. Trump and Mnuchin set about ensuring businesses would not collapse or default. The effect on financial markets was instant. The largest and fastest crash-recovery in history followed.
  • The invisible enemy was not happy. Crises are the bread and butter of their profit engines. The MSM began declaring Trump had taken over the Fed. For a while, they were right of course.
  • However, after the 2020 election was declared in favor of Biden, Mnuchin played an incredible hand. On November 24, 2020, Mnuchin decided to park the money that was being used by Treasury to back-stop loans and place it in a “general fund”.


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