Thursday, March 18, 2010

Who Owns the Federal Reserve?

the Federal Reserve is a privately owned, for-profit corporation.

The ten primary shareholders in the Federal Reserve banking system.

1) The Rothschild Family - London 

2) The Rothschild Family - Berlin 

3) The Lazard Brothers - Paris 

4) Israel Seiff - Italy 

5) Kuhn-Loeb Company - Germany 

6) The Warburgs - Amsterdam 

7) The Warburgs - Hamburg 

8) Lehman Brothers - New York 

9) Goldman & Sachs - New York 

10) The Rockefeller Family - New York 

Question, why are seven of the top ten stockholders located in FOREIGN countries?

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which controls the other eleven Federal Reserve branches, is essentially controlled by two financial institutions...

1) Chase-Manhattan (Rockefellers) - 6,389,445 shares - 32. 3% 

2) Citbank - 4,051,851 shares - 20. 5%

These two entities control nearly 53% of the New York Federal Reserve Bank.  The above-listed banks and families wield an inordinate amount of POWER both, in who will run this country, and how our country is being run.  In no uncertain terms they are above the law.

Where does the Federal Reserve money come from?

Simply put, the FED prints money.

Then, it loans it, at interest, to the US government. In the beginning of banking TPTB agreed that money should have some type of standard upon which its value is based. In the case of America, we use to operate on what was called the GOLD standard.

How is money created today?   Absurdly simple, the Federal Reserve simply prints 1,000 one-hundred ($100) bills, their total cost for ink, paper, plates, labor is approximately $23.00.

If you do the math, the total cost of 10,000 bills would be $230.00 ($.023 x 10,000). But, and here's the catch - 10,000 $100 bills equals $1,000,000! So, the Federal Reserve can "create" a million dollars, then LEND it to the U.S. Government (with interest) for a total cost of $230.

The banking industry calls this process SEIGNORAGE, which loosely translated into Latin means....

Laughing all the way to the bank...

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