Thomas Jefferson on Private Banks: (just like the Federal Reserve Bank)
|Worlds oldest paper money|
|Will Pay to the Bearer on Demand|
Take a very close look at the bills above - especially the WORDS on the bills. Which words?
The top "two dollar bill" is a "United States Note" - see words above Thomas Jefferson's portrait. The bottom "two dollar bill" is a "Federal Reserve Note" - see the wording above TJ's portrait. On the bottom note - notice the round seal with the "F" in the middle - the wording marks this note as one originating from the Federal Express Office...errr...sorry....I mean the Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta, Georgia. New Federal Reserve Notes have disposed of this practice - simply printing "Federal Reserve System" in this place. Why? I don't know - I can only surmise that it is more profitable for the phantoms issuing "our" money - Federal Reserve Notes to print them all in one place disposing with the "multiple bank" charade they used to get this fraud on the public going in the first place. Look at the money in your purse or wallet for yourself.
Back to the notes in the picture: Look at the WORDS on the bills above UNDER TJ's portrait: the older US Note has extra words - words that have magically vanished from the Federal Reserve Note: "Will Pay to the Bearer on Demand - Two Dollars." Why?
Because the US Note (top) - a slip of paper - functioned as a marker - for Silver kept safe in a vault - that would be payed on demand to the bearer of the US Note if requested. The bottom Federal Reserve Note - ready for this..... IS THE MONEY!
There are numerous excellent resources available if you are interested in educating yourself on this topic.
Before I leave you with some resources to get you started on your own journey - remember that we have a presidential election coming up. THE ONLY CANDIDATE that WILL tackle this leviathan is Ron Paul.
A warning: The more you find out about our money system - the less you will like it. It might even scare you. That is not the intention here. The purpose of bringing light to this subject is to get more thinkers on the project - so that we may come up with a plan for a system to replace the Federal Reserve when it is finally abolished.
What is the problem? It's complicated - but here is a difference - the US Note - can only be printed with those words - the promise to "pay to the bearer on demand" if the bank actually has silver to cough up to the bearer upon demand. The bottom note - the Federal Reserve Note - has no such limit on its manufacture. The number of US Notes issued by a bank - are limited by the amount of silver held in reserve. The bank issuing the Federal Reserve Notes HAS NO LIMIT ON THE QUANTITY OF BILLS they can issue.
1. The Eleventh Marble by Mike Rivero (go here first - vids too)
4. Ron Paul: The End of Dollar Hegemony(CLICK!)