Today marks the 100th anniversary of the Federal ReserveSubmitted by David A Dudenhoefer on Mon, 12/23/2013 - 01:30
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the formation of the Federal Reserve Bank, our nation’s central banking system.
The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was passed in the dark of night while most of the congress was home during Christmas break.
The “Feds” purpose, “to create a more flexible currency”, its result however has been a devalued currency, since 1913 the “dollar” has lost 97% of its purchasing power.
The currency that we are forced to use today resembles the silver certificates that were used prior to the creation of the “Fed”, and so our currency today is counterfeit.
Ironically, the appointment of a new “Fed” chairman is underway, and while votes are being taken, there is a call by members of congress and the Senate to audit the “Fed.” for the first time in 100 years.
From a biblical point of view, consider Lev. 25-37, and several other verses condemning “usury”. Consider also, Mathew 21-12, the only time Christ used violence in his ministry to chase out the “money changers” from the temple and overturned their tables and broke their unjust weights and measures.
The Federal Reserve notes we use are not money, they are a representation of our debt, and they are lent out with usury and measured unjustly.
Our enemy is neither a party nor any one person, it is the corruption of our money that each of us works for and uses to pay for everyday needs and bills.
To mark this infamous day and just how badly it has adversely affected each of us, please consider buying 1 ounce of “silver round” non-government issue (about 20 “dollars” today) at a local coin or jewelry store, do this for Christmas gift to yourself or a loved one.
Let us strive to end the “Fed” and return to honest money to end our slavery to dishonest money and to once again live as a free people.