By W. R. McAfee, Sr. (c)copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved

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“The descendants and associates of these bankers still control the world’s Central Banks as well as the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) in Basel, Switzerland today; which will serve as the financial headquarters for [their] appointed world government if it happens.”

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America’s founders wrote it into the Constitution that Congress was the only institution that could create and regulate American money.

This right was signed away by Woodrow Wilson in 1913 who sold his soul to a small group of international bankers (mostly English or their representatives) who wanted to set up a central bank in the U.S.—today’s Federal Reserve—in return for financing his run for president and the right to print and sell America’ their own money. 

Wilson agreed and won the election.

The bankers drew up the unconstitutional legislation in 1913 that established a Federal Reserve in the U.S., and authorized them to create, print, and control America’s money and money supply.

They got their legislation passed that Christmas when most of Congress was away on vacation.

Wilson signed it.  

About three years later, this same group wrote (and had passed) legislation that established the IRS—their [the Fed’s] muscle that would collect tribute from Americans for their private accounts that continues to this day.

They were out only the ink, paper, and printing.

The descendants and associates of these bankers still control the world’s Central Banks as well as the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) in Basel, Switzerland today; which will serve as the financial headquarters for [their] appointed world government if it happens.

These Central Banks are the only institutions “authorized” to print “money” today.

Of late, they and other large national banks have been quietly gathering gold close to their chests  after their Wall Street buddies collapsed the global economy with things called derivatives and CDSs and other financial jibberish.

Six hundred trillion worth by one count.  A quadrillion by the BIS estimate.

Up until then, they willingly sold gold to buyers. Unfortunately, they sometimes sold more gold than they had  on hand; issuing “redeemable paper gold” to buyers instead—counting on that for every one person who bought gold that might want immediate delivery or possession, there would be a 100  willing to leave it in the bank or in their storage facility.

Where it’s “safe.”

This worked fine until the collapse. Then their serious purchasers stepped back up to their windows with their “gold paper” demanding the real thing.  That’s when some of these banks were outed for “selling” up to  100 times more  gold than they had on hand. 

Trust us.  We’ll make good.

Pigs fly.

GATA   (the Gold Anti Trust Action committee made up mostly of independent dealers, not bankers) is about one move away from checkmating this scam. 

Presidents before Wilson fought central bankers who wanted control of America’s money. Washington. Lincoln. Jackson. Later, Kennedy. Two of the last three were assassinated and the third, Jackson, escaped death when both of his would-be assassin’s pistols misfired. (He took his cane and gave the man—and Englishman by birth—a good thrashing before security arrived.)

It dawned on Wilson before he died. “I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country.”

Yeah buddy.

All this to say that Ellen Brown wrote an excellent article for Global Research explaining the financial power of state banks, where stashes of state monies sit that could benefit a state if the banking system was different, and why North Dakota is expecting to run a surplus in 2011. 

 It’s worth reading.