People weren't even supposed to surrender their gold last time around, it was only supposed to be for the banks. They got plenty of sheeple to do so, but I don't think too many are going to fall for it this time around. They were only a decade or so into the Fed system back then, and conditions weren't that bad. Since 1913 our dollar has lost like 96% of its value. We know the socialists or whatever you want to call them actually offer long-term plans (and shorter-term, which is why people are flocking to those ways of thinking). Economic collapse maybe happening soon would coincide pretty well with 100 years after the creation of the Fed.
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