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Will the Fed end in 2012?

by 5ocietyx

Federal Reserve Note

Federal Reserve Note

A theory circulating the interwebz suggests the charter the U.S Government granted the 12 private banks that run the Federal Reserve will expire on 22 12 2012.  This is because the maximum duration of a United States Government charter is 99 years before it needs to be renewed. The Federal Reserve Act was enacted in the Congress on 23 12 1913 as this was when most congressmen had already left Washington for Christmas holidays.

The poetic justice is almost too good to be true.  For this is the day after 21 12 2012, the date of the galactic alignment. On this occasion it seems that something that sounds too good to be true probably is.  The act runs in perpetuity unless the Congress abolishes it.

Section 31. Reservation of Right to Amend
1. Reservation of Right to Amend
The right to amend, alter, or repeal this Act is hereby expressly reserved.

The recently retired U.S Congressman Ron Paul is pushing for an audit of the Fed with the view to its controlled wind-down and abolishment but with time hurtling towards 2013 via that most auspicious of dates there doesn’t appear to be any open plans, at least within Congress, at this stage.

H.R.1207 – Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009
To amend title 31, United States Code, to reform the manner in which the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System is audited by the Comptroller General of the United States and the manner in which such audits are reported, and for other purposes

However, as pointed out by Ron Paul and others, the value of the U.S dollar has declined on average 1 cent for every year of the Fed’s existence.  This trend suggests the dollar will become worthless in 2013.  With U.S taxpayers $16,313,784,836,446.66 in debt and rising, and with other nations forming blocs and drawing up plans to replace the dollar as the world’s reserve currency their days appear to be numbered.

The Federal Reserve Note also faces a challenge from precious metals:

Ron Paul believes that the first step towards monetary freedom is to allow open competition in currencies. Once gold and silver are allowed as legal tender and can be sold without sales tax, everyone can use them to store their wealth and to pay for the things they want to buy. The Federal Reserve will finally have a very compelling motivation to stay honest and maintain the value of the dollar because if they don’t, they will simply lose all their customers.
Source: ronpaul.com

Helicopter Ben Bernanke

Helicopter Ben Bernanke

The reason for The Federal Reserve’s existence in the first place was to ‘stabilize the economy’.  Instead they have looted it. With Timothy Geithner and Helicopter Ben Bernanke printing paper measured in football pitches it is easy to see why Americans and the world are fast losing faith in the dollar. Once confidence in the system goes the confidence trick loses its power.

‘The Federal Reserve System is neither federal or a reserve, nor is it a system’

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Holographic Pyramid: HSBC logo

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HSBC logo

Local and regional place-names are disappearing from bank names as the system globalizes.

A red square composed of 4 triangles with 2 opened up.
A pyramid from above inside a red hexagon.

HSBC pyramids

HSBC pyramids

The Mysterious Mr. Zedzed: The Wickedest Man in the World

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Basil Zaharoff

Sir Basil Zaharoff

Sir Basil Zaharoff was an arms dealer and super-salesman for Vickers (BAE Systems) and at one point was considered the richest man in the world.

Parallels with Sir James Savile include pimping, dubious award of knighthood, international espionage,  arsonist, scandalous reputation,  charitable benefactors, intimate of royalty, confidant of kings and eminence grise who worked behind the scenes influencing governments for nefarious purposes. They both liked to flaunt their honours on their chests. Both men since their deaths have been accused of numerous crimes ranging from starting the first world war to being the Yorkshire ripper. Both men were fond of bragging about their wealth and power.

Zaharoff went to great lengths to destroy all traces of his life which culminated in him burning 58 years of diaries and documents in his Paris mansion. Savile famously shunned using the internet to ensure no digital footprint was left of any online activities.

This is not to suggest they were one and the same entity not least because Savile was born in 1926 and Zaharoff died in 1936, just that there were many similarities between the two. Some researchers are linking paedophile rings and the subsequent blackmail of politicians with the modern day arms industry.

Click here for the full disturbing history of the mysterious Basil Zaharoff or as much as could be ascertained bearing in mind the destruction of most traces of his personal life.

Basil Zaharoff

Sir Basil Zaharoff

Jimmy Savile

Sir James Savile

Sir Basil Zaharoff

Sir Basil Zaharoff

Jimmy Savile

Sir James Savile

Sir James Savile

Sir James Savile

Sir James Savile

Savile the Spy

Citibank logo

by 5ocietyx

Citibank logo
Ostensibly the Citibank logo designed by a company called Pentagram ‘offers security. By incorporating an arc over the lowercase ‘t’ in Citibank you have strong and powerful red umbrella sheltering and taking care of it’s trustworthy patrons.’ source:  http://logodesignerblog.com/bank-logo-designs/

Boaz and Jachin
Can also be seen as a representation of the twin pillars of Boaz and Jachin, two bronze pillars which stood in the porch of Solomon’s Temple, the first Temple in Jerusalem.

Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication

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Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication

The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (“SWIFT”) operates a worldwide financial messaging network which exchanges messages between banks and other financial institutions. SWIFT also markets software and services to financial institutions, much of it for use on the SWIFTNet Network, and ISO 9362 bank identifier codes (BICs) are popularly known as “SWIFT codes”.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Society_for_Worldwide_Interbank_Financial_Telecommunication

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