Not since the assassination of Congressman Larry McDonald--when the International Banking Cartel decided to murder the 290 passengers aboard KAL flight 007 over Soviet airspace and the coverup after as to the reason why--has the issue not escaped Americans.
Just as former Senator John Tower and his daughter were among 23 persons murdered on April 5, 1991 when the twin-engine commuter plane they were aboard crashed while trying to land at an airport in Brunswick, GA--and the death of Senator John Heinz and six other people were killed on the previous day of April 4, 1991.
Heinz's death occurred when a Bell 412 helicopter collided with the Senator's Piper Aerostar plane over Merion Elementary School in Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania. All aboard the two aircraft and two first-grade girls playing outside the school were killed. The helicopter had been dispatched to check out a problem with the landing gear of Heinz's plane. While moving in for a closer look, the helicopter's rotor blades struck the bottom of the plane, causing both aircraft to lose control and crash.
These two Senators, who had seats on the Senate banking and Finance Committees, were involved with the Council on Foreign Relations.
Their deaths coincide with the efforts of McDonald and during June, 1989, the battle, waged at the state level, had once again reached Congress. Representative Henry Gonzalez of Texas, introduced House Resolution 1469, calling for the abolition of the Open Market Committee of the Federal Reserve System. He also introduced House Resolution 1470, calling for the repeal of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913.
During the same session, Representative Phil Crane of Illinois, introduced H.R. 70, calling for an annual audit of the Federal Reserve, none of which ever made it to daylight.
Along with the death of Charles Lindbergh's son, the poisoning of Louis McFadden, JKF and RFK and several other IBC assassinations, efforts to get to the heart of the Fed and it's total corruption have been met with resistance.
Today, we can without hesitation make a stand to force our pathetic legislators to sponsor H. Res 1207 and get the accountability and action we have been denied for too many years.
Ron Paul's legislation HR 1207, The Federal Reserve Transparency Act, is gaining support. HR 1207 has 91 co-sponsors and real potential to pass - BUT only if we educate and rally the people to support it and get our Congresspeople to put it to vote and pass it.
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Now that over $12 trillion have been pledged towards our financial crisis, more people than ever are concerned about where their money is going, and if it's accomplishing anything.
But in the face of an ever-worsening recession, the Federal Reserve refuses to furnish Congress and the American people with records of how the Bank is allotting and spending trillions of bailout dollars. Shrouded in secrecy, the Federal Reserve is a danger to our political process: No one knows where our money is going or what it is doing, and Chairman Bernanke has said that efforts to disclose such information are "counterproductive."
But that's my money they're using, $12 trillion! And without any record of how the Federal Reserve is managing and distributing these trillions of taxpayer dollars, there is no way to know if our present course is sustainable or not.
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