“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”
In the fall of 1910, six men met secretly at the train station in Brunswick, Georgia to take a ferry to nearby Jekyll Island. They had travelled from across the nation to do business and re-write the entire financial system of the United States. The six men were; Senator Nelson Aldrich, his secretary Arthur Shelton, Harvard University economics professor Dr. A. Piatt Andrew, National Bank president Frank Vanderlip, Paul Warburg and Henry P. Davidson–a prominent partner at J.P. Morgan. These men had travelled to Jekyll Island under the guise of a duck hunting trip. But what they were actually doing was top secret planning of the Federal Reserve banking system. A system of turning the more than 4,000 independent banks in the U.S., into one homogeneous system that were governed by a large, central bank. The U.S. government would be forced to take high interest loans from the Federal Reserve to pay its bills or to fund wars or public works. Interest would then have to be paid on these loans by the government. But it would never be able to keep up. The government would always be in debt to the Federal Reserve, thus, under its control. It was basically the government taking out huge college loans that it could never pay for. Amazing how six men, having a secret meeting at a hunting club on a remote island off the coast of Georgia could collude and orchestrate such a plan, that, they essentially undermined an entire government with a few strokes of a pen. The Federal Reserve works off of interest rates, so it falsely creates inflation to try to encourage people to spend or invest their money. It simply existing means that it discourages people from saving money. Your money is worth less and less every year. The U.S. dollar has lost 90% of its value since 1913, coincidentally the year that the federal reserve act was signed.
The greatest attack the U.S. has ever suffered, it wasnt on December 7th, 1941 or even on September 11th, 2001….it came from 6 men in business suits, smoking cigars, sipping whiskey in a plush clubhouse on a remote island in Georgia in 1910….