Tom, who writes TOM'S JOURNAL, sent me this article a few days ago. Be sure and visit Tom. His journal covers a variety of topics including happenings in his own life, politics, and a lot of information for veterans. If you're a veteran dealing with the VA, definitely get in touch with him. He has a lot of good information from his own research and personal experiences. I think he can help you avoid some pitfalls.
Some of the information in this article isn't new to me. I had read some of this years ago, such as the Federal Reserve is tied directly to the Bank of London. As we have heard recently, the Federal Reserve is NOT a government agency. It's a private central bank. As you will read below, the paper money you have in your wallet is not really money. If you look at the top of it, it says "FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE." As you can see in the picture, older dollar bills had the inscription "SILVER CERTIFICATE". The Grant administration was the first to make silver non-legal tender in 1873. It was effectively reinstituted under Roosevelt's NEW DEAL. The Silver Certificate was worth 0.77 troy ounces. Silver was again no longer legal tender as of 1965. Now, look at the seal to the left of the photo, the black circular emblem says "FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF . . . ", which shows the full name, not the abbreviated version of "Federal Reserve" you see most often.
This isn't really money, but a promissory note, basically an I.O.U.
Despite what the mainstream media and the Obama administration say is the cause, that is, the failed economic policies of (here comes that famous phrase again) "the last eight years", it goes much farther back. Much farther. Wonder why it's always so hard for government to tell the truth about anything?
President & Congress Grovel Before The FED
By Chuck Baldwin
The Covenant News ~ February 10, 2009
According to Bloomberg News (Monday, February 9, 2009), "The stimulus package the U.S. Congress is completing would raise the government's commitment to solving the financial crisis to $9.7 trillion, enough to pay off more than 90 percent of the nation's home mortgages.