Thursday, November 12, 2009

The Fed and the Myth of Invincibility

Today, we at The National Pulse, want to devote special attention to the burning question that permeates the average American's mind when confronted with the severe problems of present day America. Too often, Americans shrug off the notion that the politicians are corrupt. Most suspect that corruption is the way it is and the way it will always be. They are right about one thing. There are always corrupt forces lurking in the shadows waiting for the moment when people relax and let their guard down for a moment. This is why it so important to remember the path America has taken and realize what has preceded to put the American people in the predicament they now find themselves.

The vast majority of Americans today take the freedoms and liberties they have for granted. Since the inception of the Federal Reserve in 1913 the walls of totalitarianism have closeld in around them in increments. Technological advancements coupled with consolidation of the media controlling these devices have colluded with government to condition Americans to accept certain realities. Today, American have no concept of the platform some of the founding fathers were striving for in framing the Constitution.

Ask most Americans today and they will come up with a few comebacks when their fake world of pseudo-freedom is demolished by reality. Many will say, "Yes, but that's the way it has always been. What do you expect to do alone?"

Much can be done by arousing the consciousness of others. It's important to realize that the Fed's power comes from people's willingness to accept their power. The few are oppressing the many. Once people, who have largely been kept in the dark about the Fed's evil deeds, understand the gravity of the oppression the Fed has inflicted on the world, true Americans will stand up to them.

Is it really so bad?

Well, no it isn't if you agree to be the aggressor in the world and fund all sorts of illegal wars and support the overthrow of foreign governments. It's not so bad if you support corporations using our best young men as pawns to fight civilians in their homeland to secure financial assets. It's not so bad if you are willing to mortgage your children's freedom for the opportunity of fragmented peace and security. It's ok if you enjoy all the fruits of your labor to go to the I.R.S. (not a government agency).

But if you realize that the situation will ONLY get progressively worse, then yes, it is really that bad. If you wish to save your money and hope the money retains the value it had when you first saved it, then yes. If you hope that your elected leaders will protect and enforce the Constitution and not the interests of the international bankers, yes, it matters a lot.

Why bother yourself with such matters when it is likely to only depress you?

Maybe we should curl up in a little ball and thank our oppressors for their generosity. This will never happen at The National Pulse. It would be an insult to all the men who have been persecuted for their knowledge. It would be a travesty to those soldiers who mistakenly fought in war after foreign war for a lie that only inched the world closer to the elite's vision of one-world government. Besides, there is no going back, no chance for the redemption of the dollar or a re-in flation of an economic bubble. The path is worn, the perpetrators well-known. The game is up.

Two speeches by two great men illustrate the kind of power the Fed has enjoyed as they raped and pillaged the once-great U.S.A. Louis T. McFadden, Congressman from Pennsylvania, railed against the Fed when the Fed, along with Franklin Roosevelt, STOLE MOST OF AMERICA'S GOLD! McFadden was later murdered for trying to bring the fraudulent international bankers to justice and from power.

James Traficant, a Congressman from the state of Ohio, challenged the Fed in 1993. Here is the famous speech from the House floor on March 17, 1993 about "The Bankruptcy of the United States." Traficant was later scrutinized and punished with seven years imprisonment. A person can search and find a laundry list of crimes for which he committed, but the real crime was opposition to the Federal Reserve owners.

Coming Soon: The First Anniversary of The National Pulse. That day we'll remember how then-governor Rod Blagojevich tried to take on the owner of the Bank of America. The funny part about Blagojevich's challenge was that he had no idea at whose tree he was barking. Here is the clip where the floppy-haired governor says that he is going to stop business with Bank of America. Federal agents arrested him the next morning at 6 a.m. in his underwear.

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