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Nationalize The Federal Reserve

It’s clear that the gold-hoarding international bankers are bent on destroying America.  They are Nazis, so the black, left-leaning Obama provides the perfect fall guy.  There is only one rabbit which Obama can pull out of the hat to prevent both his and our imminent demise.  He must nationalize the Federal Reserve.  And he must do it soon after his second term begins..

As I note in my book, Big Oil & Their Bankers…, in 1789 Alexander Hamilton became the first Treasury Secretary of the United States.  Hamilton had close relations with the Rothschild family which owned the Bank of England.  With Rothschild financing Hamilton founded Bank of New York.  He died in a gun battle with Aaron Burr, who founded Bank of Manhattan with Kuhn Loeb financing.

Hamilton exemplified the contempt which the Eight Families hold towards common people, once stating, “All communities divide themselves into the few and the many.  The first are the rich and the well born, the others the mass of the people…The people are turbulent and changing; they seldom judge and determine right.  Give therefore to the first class a distinct, permanent share of government.  They will check the unsteadiness of the second.”

Hamilton was only the first in a series of international banker cronies to hold the key position of Treasury Secretary.  In recent times Kennedy Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon came from Dillon Read, Nixon Treasury Secretaries David Kennedy and William Simon came from Continental Illinois Bank and Salomon Brothers respectively, Carter Treasury Secretary Michael Blumenthal came from Goldman Sachs, Reagan Treasury Secretary Donald Regan came from Merrill Lynch, Bush Sr. Treasury Secretary Nicholas Brady came from Dillon Read and both Clinton Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and Bush Jr. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson came from Goldman Sachs.

Thomas Jefferson argued that the United States needed a publicly-owned central bank so that European monarchs and aristocrats could not use the printing of money to control the affairs of the new nation.  Jefferson argued, “A country which expects to remain ignorant and free…expects that which has never been and that which will never be.  There is scarcely a King in a hundred who would not, if he could, follow the example of Pharaoh-get first all the people’s money, then all their lands and then make them and their children servants forever…banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies.  Already they have raised up a money aristocracy.”

Jefferson watched as the Euro-banking conspiracy to control the United States unfolded, weighing in, “Single acts of tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental opinion of the day, but a series of oppressions begun at a distinguished period, unalterable through every change of ministers, too plainly prove a deliberate, systematic plan of reducing us to slavery”.

But Rothschild-sponsored Hamilton’s arguments for a private US central bank carried the day.  In 1791 the Bank of the United States (BUS) was founded, with the Rothschilds owning the lion’s share.  The bank’s charter was to run out in 1811.  Public opinion ran in favor of revoking the charter and replacing it with a Jeffersonian public central bank.  But the debate was postponed as the nation was plunged by the Euro-bankers into the War of 1812.  Amidst a climate of fear and economic hardship, Hamilton’s bank got its charter renewed in 1816.

In 1828 Andrew Jackson took a run at the US Presidency.  Throughout his campaign he railed against the international bankers who controlled BUS.  Jackson ranted, “You are a den of vipers.  I intend to expose you and by Eternal God I will rout you out.  If the people understood the rank injustices of our money and banking system there would be a revolution before morning.”

Jackson won the election and revoked the bank’s charter stating, “The Act seems to be predicated on an erroneous idea that the present shareholders have a prescriptive right to not only the favor, but the bounty of the government…for their benefit does this Act exclude the whole American people from competition in the purchase of this monopoly.  Present stockholders and those inheriting their rights as successors be established a privileged order, clothed both with great political power and enjoying immense pecuniary advantages from their connection with government.  Should its influence be concentrated under the operation of such an Act as this, in the hands of a self-elected directory whose interests are identified with those of the foreign stockholders, will there not be cause to tremble for the independence of our country in war…controlling our currency, receiving our public monies and holding thousands of our citizens independence, it would be more formidable and dangerous than the naval and military power of the enemy.  It is to be regretted that the rich and powerful too often bend the acts of government for selfish purposes…to make the rich richer and more powerful.  Many of our rich men have not been content with equal protection and equal benefits, but have besought us to make them richer by acts of Congress.  I have done my duty to this country.”

Jackson’s undertaking was wildly popular and he was re-elected.  In 1835 became the target of the first assassination attempt on a US President.  The gunman was Richard Lawrence, who admitted that he was, “in touch with the powers in Europe”.  Still, in 1836 Jackson refused to renew the BUS charter.  Under Jackson’s reign the US national debt went to zero for the first and last time in our nation’s history.  This angered the international bankers whose primary income is derived from interest payments on debt.  BUS President Nicholas Biddle cut off funding to the US government in 1842, plunging the US into a depression.  Biddle was an agent for Paris-based Jacob Rothschild.

The Mexican War was simultaneously sprung on Jackson and a few years later the Civil War was unleashed.  The Lehman family made a fortune smuggling arms to the south and cotton to the north.  By 1861 the US was $100 million in debt.  New President Abraham Lincoln snubbed the Euro-bankers again, issuing Treasury Department Greenbacks to pay Union Army bills.  The Times of London now called for the “destruction of the US government”.

The Euro-banker-written Hazard Circular was exposed and circulated throughout the country by angry populists.  It stated, “…the European Plan is that capital money lenders shall control labor by controlling wages.  The great debt that capitalists will see is made out of the war and must be used to control the valve of money.  To accomplish this government bonds must be used as a banking basis.  We are now awaiting Secretary of Treasury Salmon Chase to make that recommendation.  It will not allow Greenbacks to circulate as money as we cannot control that.  We control bonds and through them banking issues”.

The 1863 National Banking Act reinstated a private US central bank and Chase’s war bonds were issued.  Lincoln was re-elected the next year, vowing to repeal the act after he took his January 1865 oaths of office.  Soon he was assassinated at the Ford Theatre by John Wilkes Booth.  Booth had major connections to the international bankers.  His granddaughter wrote This One Mad Act, which details Booth’s contact with “mysterious Europeans” just before Lincoln’s assassination.

Following the Lincoln hit, Booth was whisked away by members of a secret society known as Knights of the Golden Circle (KGC).  KGC fomented much of the tension that caused the Civil War and President Lincoln had targeted the group.  Booth was a KGC member and was connected through Confederate Secretary of State Judah Benjamin to the House of Rothschild.  Benjamin fled to England after the war.

Now the bankers wanted to etch their private banking monopoly in stone.  The Aldrich Plan was hatched at a secret 1910 meeting at JP Morgan’s private resort on Jekyl Island, SC.   Present were Rockefeller lieutenant Nelson Aldrich and Paul Warburg of the German Warburg banking dynasty.  Aldrich, a New York Congressman, later married into the Rockefeller family.  His son Winthrop Aldrich chaired Chase Manhattan.  While the bankers met, Colonel Edward House, another Rockefeller stooge and close confidant of President Woodrow Wilson, was busy convincing Wilson of the importance of a private central bank and the introduction of a national income tax.

Wilson didn’t need much convincing, since he was beholden to copper magnate Cleveland Dodge, whose namesake Phelps Dodge is one of the biggest mining companies in the world.  Dodge bankrolled Wilson’s political career and Wilson wrote his inaugural speech on Dodge’s yacht.  Wilson was a classmate of both Dodge and Cyrus McCormick at Princeton.  Both were directors at Rockefeller’s National City Bank (now Citigroup).  Wilson’s main focus was on overcoming public distrust of the bankers which New York City Mayor John Hylan echoed in 1911 when he argued, “The real menace to our republic is the invisible government which, like a giant octopus, sprawls its slimy length over our city, state and nation.  At the head is a small group of banking houses generally referred to as the international bankers.”

In 1913 the Federal Reserve Act passed.  Colonel Ely Garrison, a close friend of both Teddy Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, wrote in Roosevelt, Wilson and the Federal Reserve, “Paul Warburg was the man who got the Federal Reserve Act together after the Aldrich Plan aroused such nationwide resentment and opposition.  The mastermind of both plans was Baron Alfred Rothschild of London.”

Nearly a century after Lincoln was assassinated for issuing Greenbacks, President John F. Kennedy suffered the same fate for issuing silver-backed United States Treasury Notes to counter the Federal Reserve.  The US sank further into debt and US citizens were terrorized into silence, knowing that if “they” could kill the President “they” could kill anyone.

Obama must nationalize the Federal Reserve.  And he needs to know that we have his back.

Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries, Das Kartell der Federal Reserve, Stickin’ it to the Matrix & The Federal Reserve Cartel.  You can subscribe free to his weekly Left Hook column @

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8 thoughts on “Nationalize The Federal Reserve

  1. How ’bout we undo those other nine planks… of the Communist Manifesto… first – it is that fifth plank, that of “nationalizing those banks”, that may finally prove to be… the final nail… in our collective coffin.

    So long as a man living on the land… cannot own his own homestead – and be recognized as a responsible steward of that land – one can never live… TRULY free… under any rule of law… UNLESS established as a right inviolate… that’s expected to then be honored, enforced… and respected by all. Thus, one man’s “right” only ends where another man’s right begins.

    Would you respect my right… NOT to engage… in dishonorable contracts? Socialism = Gangsterism!! Isn’t it better that the People own their own labor… and hence, their own money? Why grant another artificial entity —– like a corruptible central government —– the power and authority to do the very same thing the private Federal Reserve has already done to us?

    Corporatism + Communism = Communitarianism —– just a “purer form” of Socialism. Which is little more than racketeering and organized crime!! Meaning more arrested development for the individual. And a straitjacket put upon the human heart.

    Public banking will not free us from the tyranny of institutionalized slavery, Dean. Nor will nationalizing the banks have the desired effect you seek. Communitarianism is but the ["scientific"] dictatorship of the “community” – and “nationalizing” the banks is the slavers’ end game, not one befitting a free people…or ANY free man.

    Posted by Lark In Texas | November 1, 2012, 2:10 am
    • Well-worn dogma Lark. So I guess North Dakota is a Marxist threat, what with its state-owned banks? Let’s use some common sense. Don’t worry I won’t advocate confiscating your land, unless of course you own the entire Lone Star State, in which case land reform could be an option. Evertything depends on fairness, with both both private & public options in our tool kit – common sense rather than dogma from either right or left…

      Posted by Dean Henderson | November 1, 2012, 9:24 am
      • Perhaps the free-market should determine whether a bank succedes or fails. Let them shoulder their own failures. The same corrupt policies would dictate with government intervention.

        Posted by james procak | November 1, 2012, 10:32 am
  2. In order to nationalize the Federal Reserve Bank, some ground work must be accomplished, indeed the expression “First Things First”, must be undertaken prior to the action, to assure the complete takeover and removal of this criminal stain from our nation;


    Posted by PAUL LEO FASO | November 1, 2012, 7:05 am
  3. yeah, now, after everything that could be looted has been looted, and nothing is left over than the bare bones, nationalize….
    and when everything has been staightened out, lets privatise it again, so the game can start again, and so on…………..
    it is going to be a though job if it has to be a good job, class action lawsuit is not enough, national currency matters must be handled constitutionally,
    that means at the root, otherwise the weed will grow again……
    By the way, the subject is THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK (wich now is in ‘private’ hands), not private banks. The FRB must be national, all other banks may be private or state owned. It is not easy to understand, but this is important.

    Posted by charlesmartel | November 1, 2012, 11:56 am
  4. I do not like the term “nationalize” because it implies an obligation to pay market compensation to the current nominal owners. The government is already bound by its international treaties to seize all of the assets of the Fed as proceeds of crime.

    In Scott v. Metropolitan Police Commissioner [1974] 60 Cr. App. R. 124 H.L. the English appeal court observed: It is important not to confuse the object of a conspiracy [to defraud] with the means by which it is intended to be carried out.

    Virtually all discussions on the inequity of the arrangement vis a vis the Fed concentrate on the object rather than the means by which it is achieved. The first thing that a new mortgaged homeowner ordinarily does is to attend at the office of a lawyer to swear under oath and penalty of perjury that they are the existing registered owner of the real estate they merely intend to purchase with the nominal loan proceeds, and that they have already received such proceeds from the bank. Both statements are normally objectively false as and when sworn.

    The bank then employs the falsified receipt as its own and only contribution to the nominal loan account. The purpose of the solicitor in the process is to induce the nominal borrower to commit a strict-liability felony offence so as to forfeit their capacity to sue the bank in equity jurisdiction for the legal and equitable fraud being committed by the bank. The parties are no longer perpetrator and victim, but particeps criminis (partners in crime).

    The false receipt is one of five prima facie criminal offences associated with most nominal mortgages. If people actually read and understood these things they would likely have a stroke right there in the lawyer’s office.

    So while the Fed may or may not have the government’s constructive permission to achieve the inequitable result, it is still criminal to achieve the result by criminal means such as constructive forgery.

    Simply apply the existing criminal law under domestic law and pursuant to legally binding international treaties to seize the Fed outright.

    Posted by Timothy Madden | November 1, 2012, 5:22 pm
  5. I’m sorry, Barack Obama nationalize the Federal Reserve?! If Barack Obama wins a second term I fully expect him to paraphrase Sir Isaac Newton in his inaugural address and say, “If I have been able to rise higher than other men it is only because I have stood on the shoulders of Goldman Sachs.”

    Posted by Farmer Bob | November 2, 2012, 1:08 am
  6. I read that the US Government has the right to purchase the Fed for 4 billion dollars. That’s about a week’s interest on the national debt.

    Posted by Paris | November 2, 2012, 1:26 pm

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