What is the history of the Private Corporate Bank... why is it so bad, why does Ron Paul want it's demise so strongly... Why... because Ron Paul Knows History. The Bank funds Corporate prosperity, trickling crumbs to the people as the banker's fortune grows. Only to strip the fruit from the tree for themselves when the cycle has run, leaving nothing but poverty and desolation for those who built their fortune.
Some history...We The People must reclaim
and evoke our Constitution.
Whether we care to admit it or not, it is well past time for the people to break their attachment to the left/right, Republican/Democrat, liberal/conservative, false political paradigm. "The People must reclaim our Constitution," expounded State Senator Charles Duke in his speech before the crowd at the Colorado State Republican Convention in June of 1996. Charlie knew all to well the face of the peoples enemy. He also knew the only way to peacefully defeat the nation usurping corporate bankers, was to apprise the people of the power of the Constitution; that they should arm themselves with it, and know how to use it.
Yes, the solution is the Constitution with it's 9th Amendment protected Rights -- each individual holds these Rights as Inalienable by birth, together we bring them into action through the 10th Amendment power of each State. Lawful constitutional clout, aimed directly at the titles of nobility
fondling globalist power brokers, the haters of individual liberty. Thomas Jefferson hit the nail on the head, with the following unambiguous words:"I have sworn upon the altar of almighty God,
eternal hostility against every form of tyranny
over the mind of man."
We must say NO to the Corporate Statists and their fraudulent parties. NO to their coerced tax funded Wall Street banks, and their Goebbels-esque main stream media propaganda machine which promotes their agenda. These march together lockstep, connected at the hip, they're hell-bent on turning the United States into a sub-state, North American Union, third world multi-cultural fiefdom, ripe for culling. What's left will be merged into the elite's global tyranny as envisaged by F.A. Hayek in his 1944 book The Road to Serfdom
. Our only hope is if We the people of each state, pull together reclaiming the Constitutional United States. This will slow and reverse our slide into neo-feudalism. It will mean arousing folks into frightful awareness and educating as many as we can. Again Jefferson foresaw our plight:"Fear can only prevail when victims
are ignorant of the facts."
Unfortunately, we have been long-term hoodwinked by the global corporate bankers by their preferred method of political divide and conquer --the corporate commandeered Party system. Formally created in the French Parliament in the 1700s the party system cleaved government administration along tight philosophical lines. By splitting policies and programs into party planks, a given set of programs eventually became solidified as that particular party's niche. Because there is no specific separation of corporation and state, the lions share of funding for both political parties today is from corporate banking coffers. In other words, they completely control the two major political parties.
Together, we must unite in our Inalienable power to halt this incremental dismantling of the ideas of the Founders even of the Constitution itself. As Reform Candidate Pat Buchanan stated in his stump speeches during the 2000 presidential campaign:"The Democrats and the Republicans are the two
wings of the same bird of prey, which is feasting
upon the Constitution and the American people."
From the beginning, George Washington saw the destructive liabilities of party factioning. Though he is characterized today as a "Big Government" federalist, his pro-individual and state sovereignty stand is well publicized. In his July 6th, 1796 letter to Thomas Jefferson, Washington recollected:"I was no party man myself, and the first
wish of my heart was, if parties did exist,
to reconcile them."
So here we are, dealing with the same imperial interests we thought we had expelled from our shores 229 years ago. The same elitist machine that America supposedly defeated in our War for Independence. Unfortunately the enemy just went underground to wage a covert war of corporate intrigue, infiltration, and subterfuge instead. Founding Father and signer of the Declaration of Independence Benjamin Rush characterized it this way:"The American war is over; but this is far from being the case
with the American revolution. On the contrary, nothing but
the first act of the drama is closed."
This "Cold banking War" turned hot for the first time in the War of 1812. Pressed service on the high seas and piracy by the British was touted publicly as the reason. More likely, it was because of Congress and Madison's decision not to recharter the British owned First Bank of the United States. Madison summed up his reasons for not renewing the charter, this way:"History records that the money changers have used every
form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible
to maintain their control over governments by controlling
money and its issuance."
Thomas Jefferson reiterates Madison, beginning with a hope, then a fear, and finally a forewarning:I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of
our moneyed corporations, which dare already to
challenge our government to a trial of strength,
and bid defiance to the laws of our country."
-- To George Logan, (Nov. 1816)The bank mania is raising up a moneyed aristocracy in
our country which has already set the government at
defiance, and although forced at length to yield a little
on this first essay of their strength their principles are
un yielded and unyielding. These have taken deep root
in the hearts of that class from which our legislators are
drawn, and the sop to Cerberus from fable has become
history. Their principles lay hold of the good, their pelf
of the bad, and thus those whom the Constitution had
placed as guards to its portals, are sophisticated or
suborned from their duties." -- To Dr. J.B. Stuart, (1817)
This long Cold War for reconquest of America re-established itself in the form of the Second Bank of the U.S. being chartered in 1816. This came as a result of political pressure over the war debt owed European bankers who helped finance the war of 1812. Madison understood this type of covert economic war. He knew it was planned long before Cornwallis' signature adorned the document of surrender to Washington at Yorktown.
In 1836, the fiat debt fraud created by these corporate banksters, was already sucking the life out of the nations economy. Andrew Jackson, also understanding the banker's scheme, drove a stake so deep in the heart of the Second Bank of the U.S., it took 77 years before the private banking monster was sufficiently out of our national memory, for the beast to rise once again. It was brought back to life in 1913 as the Federal Reserve Bank.
Jackson was an ardent proponent of a strong 10th Amendment in the states to check federal power, including European banking interests with state branch banking on their mind. To get around Jackson's 1836 "I Killed the Bank," federal prohibition, the corporate bankers went after the 10th Amendment in a very sneaky way which Jackson foresaw. On this subject he had this to say:"Unless you become more watchful in your states
and check the spirit of monopoly and thirst for exclusive
privileges you will in the end find that... the control
over your dearest interests has passed into the hands
of these corporations."
The bankers knew if they could force division between the agrarian South and the industrial North provoking a war and then loaning funds to both sides they could use popular opinion against the 10th Amendment. They began fanning the flames, by manipulating the rhetoric of slavery. Funded by the corporate European banking elite, paid provocateurs initiated hyperbole in the press, started riots in the streets, steered well meaning groups into acts of violence, which successfully silenced all meaningful state and congressional debate to resolve the slavery issue. Banker money provocateured the first shots at Fort Sumter, and the Civil War erupted.
Suffice it to say, this spelled the beginning of the end of our national sovereignty by 1871. The reverberations of our relative collective ignorance of the facts surrounding and initiating the Civil War and the Carpetbaggers joke called "Reconstruction," are amplified in the mistakes we are making today. In the following quote, Lincoln enunciates what we should all know -- he states clearly what we should be loudly demanding. He voices what we must remind our representatives and judges of incessantly:"We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress
and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but
to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution."
It is up to us to make necessary changes using our Right-filled responsibility under the inspired methods laid out in our Constitution. Once folks see the incremental craftiness of this globalist confiscation of our birthright, when it is finally realized and understood, it impacts so deeply, it is as if they had always known it -- it is that clear. The States and WE the people must unite around our mutual Constitutional contract -- only then can we honestly begin to halt and reverse this slow multi-generational takeover.
JTCoyoté“The Founders set up the 1st Amendment so religion could never become
a divisive tool of faction to destroy the People’s government. If only they
could have foreseen how powerful corporations would accomplish the
same terrible deed -- to manipulate, direct, and control government to the
detriment of the people and the destruction of Liberty. ~JTC