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RidleyReport

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I ambush interview Federal Reserve president
« on: March 29, 2013, 10:42:10 am »


One of New Hampshire's *actual* rulers visits his province. And to our surprise...we get to speak with him briefly. 

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Re: I ambush interview Federal Reserve president
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2013, 01:05:41 pm »

  Good job, that opportunity will down in history. I would have asked him about debt notes vs dollars[asset], vs federal reserve notes. Or, what is the definition of counterfeiting ones currency vs results of diluting a nations cuurency over a few generation. Why founders and presidents of Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan created the federal reserve and how did they benefit?
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Re: I ambush interview Federal Reserve president
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2013, 02:55:30 pm »

Federal Reserve Notes are only named that because US Notes were already in the system.
And you can't counterfeit your own currency. Morgan actually created the 'reserve system'; JP didn't seek to federalize it, and realized it was a violation of the Sherman Anti-trust Act but was more concerned about stopping the Panic. The original proposal, created with input from the major banks, didn't pass the Congress.
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Re: I ambush interview Federal Reserve president
« Reply #3 on: April 26, 2013, 05:12:11 pm »

The "Federal Reserve" is privately owned. It is not a government agency. That is a common misconception. It was founded in 1913 on Jekyl Island, as a deal was struck between representatives of the Rothschild, Morgan, and Rockefeller banking family's. In this deal the U.S government passed a law allowing these bankers to patent, the U.S dollar, and print as much as they wanted w nothing backing it's value.

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Re: I ambush interview Federal Reserve president
« Reply #4 on: April 27, 2013, 09:12:03 pm »

The legislation written on Jekyl Island was never enacted; it couldn't get enough votes from the Democrats in Congress (nor Wilson's support) because they refused to return to a private central bank like that killed by Andrew Jackson.

And not really.
The Gold Standard was enacted in the US in 1900; it cause a Panic that resulted in Morgan (and maybe others) coming up with the idea of a 'reserve' of gold. But that interaction between banks violated federal law, even though it worked to end the Panic.

The Gold Standard existed long after Federal Reserve Notes entered the system; and ended largely when free market economists began questioning it.
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« Reply #5 on: April 30, 2013, 11:28:54 am »

I will continue to encourage us to investigate facts. When we do not do this, and we repeat what sounds good (especially if you got your info from the mainstream media) based upon little accurate knowledge on the topic, we inform accurate thinkers of exactly how much we know/or do not know, as well as we reveal a certain character trait that is not a good one to have.

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