19 July, 2017

More About the Federal Reserve

Posted by Socrates in bankers, banking, Federal Reserve system, jewed economics, jewed finance, Socrates at 11:14 am | Permanent Link

“The Fed” (as it’s called) isn’t “federal,” i.e., it’s not part of the federal government, even though, for some strange reason, its website has a “.gov” URL [1]. Despite its odd claim to the contrary [2], the Federal Reserve is owned by member banks (i.e., members of the Federal Reserve system) and it has stockholders. Also strangely, the stockholders are not allowed to sell, trade or give away their stock in the Federal Reserve – apparently, the ownership of “The Fed” is designed to never change.

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[1] www.federalreserve.gov/

[2] “The Federal Reserve System is not ‘owned’ by anyone” — claims the Fed


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  7. One Response to “More About the Federal Reserve”

    1. wolf Says:

      The FED – lol always with the jews to corrupt language. They really are too clever for their own boots. If we would just stand up to these inbred bullies they would shrink from the light like proverbial cockroaches. Perhaps they would change their ways – send them to Africa where they can prove to the world hey great they are lol.

      “The fable of Christ and his twelve apostles…is a parody of the sun and the twelve signs of the Zodiac, copied from the ancient religions of the Eastern world…. Every thing told of Christ has reference to the sun. His reported resurrection is at sunrise, and that on the first day of the week; that is, on the day anciently dedicated to the sun, and from thence called Sunday…”

      Thomas Paine, The Complete Religious and Theological Works of Thomas Paine (382)