America is in serious financial trouble, and the many bailouts at taxpayer expense have infuriated many Americans. People interested in discovering where the nation’s troubles are coming from could do no better than to read the classic:
“The Creature From Jekyll Island” by G. Edward Griffin about the Federal Reserve and the seven reasons it should be abolished.
The Federal Reserve is neither federal nor a reserve, but is a private banking cartel of New York and foreign bankers eliminating healthy competition by monopolizing U.S. and foreign money at American taxpayer expense. The national debt is because of the interest they charge the public for loaning people the money they print up for the people.
Why is the public paying interest on what is suppossed to be its own money, when the Constitution clearly permits Congress to print money? What a giant, deceptive Ponzi scheme.
The reasons Griffin gives why the Fed should be abolished are: It is incapable of accomplishing its stated objectives; it is a cartel operating against the public interest; it is the supreme instrument of usury; it generates the nation’s most unfair tax; it encourages war; it destabilizes the economy; and it is an instrument of totalitarianism.
For 96 years, American history has suffered under this theft and seen the nation’s money inflate 1,000 percent. 
Supposedly, this is a “government of, by and for the people.” It is time the public insists that Congress end the Fed and foreign control of the nation’s money.
Robert Bruce Acheson, Dixfield

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