Who Do You Think Creates U.S. Currency?

Who do you think creates U.S. currency?

I don’t mean who prints it or issues it, because that is the United States government, specifically the U.S. Treasury Department.

Seriously…who do you think creates it?

A. The U.S. government.

B. The U.S. Treasury Department.

C. Some other entity.

Perhaps it will help to take a look at some actual U.S. currency.

Here are some bank notes, a one-dollar bill and a five-dollar bill.

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Look carefully at them. They are green on the backs, and have U.S. political figures on the fronts. (By the way, U.S. money doesn’t have to have U.S. Presidents on it. Benjamin Franklin is on the one-hundred-dollar bill, and he was a diplomat, not an office holder.)

Keep looking.

Look at the top of the fronts, and remember what I just called them: bank notes.

They’re not created by the government at all! They’re created by a bank.

But wait, you might say, the bank in question is called the Federal Reserve.

Doesn’t that make it part of the United States government?

No, it doesn’t.

The Federal Reserve System was created in 1913 at the behest of our nation’s leading banksters, who included J.P. Morgan, plus corporate leaders in steel and oil, namely Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller.

They insisted upon having the word “federal” included in the name.

The idea was to fool the United States public into not taking a second glance at it, and to not question the fact that we are using money that has been conjured into existence by banksters. It’s not backed by anything. It’s called “fiat” money, which means it’s all brought into existence by a mere declaration.

Who is doing the declaring? Banksters. The Chairperson of the Federal Reserve is always someone from the banking world.

Just go onto Wikipedia or whatever other site you wish – or better yet, a combination of sites – and check that.

The United States Constitution, in Article I, Section 8, Clause 5, grants to Congress the power “to coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures.”

It does not have the power to create currency itself.

The United States government is therefore merely a numismatist – a dealer in coins.

The last time we had government-created currency was during the Civil War, when Abraham Lincoln issued it. That was when the term “Greenbacks” came into use. Our money, regardless of who was issuing it, has been decorated with green ink on the obverse side ever since.

U.S. Currency - Civil War EraU.S. Currency - Greenbacks - 1863 - 10 Dollars

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, published in 1900, was actually about banksters. “Oz” was a reference to 16 ounces/oz. of silver.

The Wizards of Wall Street are still running a brisk business of currency conjuring, inflating bubbles of credit and loans for you name it, far beyond anyone’s capacity to ever pay. If they fail, the Fed bails the preferred banks out, and lets the rest roil in misery.

Who are they? Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan Chase, Citibank, Bank of America.

Those are the “preferred banksters” who are allegedly “too big to fail” even though they do fail, only to be rescued.

We the public are being played by the wizards behind the curtain, who don’t report how or what they are doing.

I describe some of this in The Book of Thieves, which is written like a short, dark, metaphoric fairy tale retelling of the 2008 meltdown.

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Our government borrows whatever money it needs to keep going from the Federal Reserve System.

Our taxes go straight into the Federal Reserve to pay the every-increasing national debt.

This is, in large part, why we are drowning in debt, individually and as a nation.

It gets worse when you look at the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

The International Monetary Fund regulates the value of nations’ currencies relative to one another by having it “float”. That means that it can increase or decrease the value of each nation’s currency as it sees fit, thus crashing or rebooting any nation’s economy while regulating exchange rates.

The World Bank provides credit to war-ravaged and underdeveloped nations.

The two organizations date back to the end of World War II and the Bretton Woods Accords.

We really ought to insist that our government amend the U.S. Constitution to grant Congress the power to create ALL U.S. currency.

We ought to disband the IMF and the World Bank and thus depose the banksters.

We ought to actually declare our independence – from banksters.

I don’t think we will, but we ought to do so.

Instead, we are living under the thumbs of financial terrorists, endlessly buried in debt slavery, paying taxes that don’t benefit us.

At the very least, someone might read this blog post and wake up.

That would be something positive.

On that note, Happy Independence Day.





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