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CONGRESS - Don't Give In To Fed "Reform"

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To:   Congress & Senate:
Re:   Fed powers
      "If government becomes 'independent of politics' it can only mean that that sphere of government becomes an absolute self-perpetuating oligarchy."
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                           Murray Rothbard, The Case Against The Fed
      Murray Rothbard, the great libertarian economist whose History of Banking is a monumental classic, said in his very last book (The Case Against The Fed) that the "independent" scam of the Federal Reserve is the very foundation of oligarchy i.e., of the destruction of democracy and constituional congressional control of money powers as intended by the founding fathers.
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       After a long history of deceit, predation, usury, and private profiteering by the unaudited fed stock owners, to give yet more power to private banking families and their merchant banking front men is unconscionable.  By doing so you are laying the groundwork for global fascism and monetary tyranny. By doing so you are saying, in effect, that the founding fathers were idiots  - idiots who saw what 100 years of the Rothshild "Bank of England" had done to the European nations.
       It is likely that virtually none of your constituents are in favor of this massive power grab the very framework for complete, privatized, monetary power in contravention of the Constitution.
       The vast majority today, like turn of the century reformer Mary 'Yellin' Lease, believe that big business has made the people of America into "wage slaves." Indeed, she declared in 1895 that "Wall street owns the country. It is no longer a government of the people, by the people, and for the people, but a government of Wall Street, by Wall Street, and for Wall Street. The great common people of this country are slaves, and monopoly is the master."
        And so, today, you are considering completing this debt slavery and  unconstitutional framework of monetary fascism? Go home and tell your constituents you think the founders were idiots. Run on that and you're guaranteed to be retired soon... as well you should be if you can't even audit the Fed much less prevent a global monetary gulag.
Kent Welton
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