Comment: Will Ending the Fed mean victory for liberty?

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Will Ending the Fed mean victory for liberty?

I believe they have strategies which already exist in case it does end. In order for an "official" one-world currency to come about, it seems as though the FR must take a dive. The alternative is to force us to switch into a "cashless" system for it to sustain itself in perpetuity. Whether or not we have an official one-world currency is a moot point really, because all currencies are essentially controlled by a select few at the top.

The real concern is how are we going to make sure that their solution is "our" solution? To be complacent in just ending the Fed is not a win per-se, because they can just have IMF, UN or World Bank take over the role of the Fed globally through their "new" gold-backed currency programme. And they will be accepted with open-arms when the time comes. And it appears that "we" are not thinking that far ahead to have realistic solutions to prevent it.

IMF remains one of the largest official holders of gold in the world.

"society could go in a thousand directions as to how it would exist and how it would be, but the public mustn't know that. The generations must believe that the one that they're born into is naturally evolved."-Lenin/Alan Watt/