Ron Paul Tells Trump: “To Really ‘Make America Great Again’, End The Fed!”

The Federal Reserve was formed by a private group of for-profit banksters in 1913. Their business model is to monetize debt. Governments accumulate debt quickly in two ways: 1) Regulations which grow the size of government, and 2) Wars, especially endless wars.

Some nations are still paying off their World War I debts. Endless regulations require huge governments to administer. As long as the United States government pays interest and overspends, and the more they borrow, the more money the Federal Reserve shareholders make.

The Federal Reserve balance sheet on their website shows $4.6 trillion in assets. Think about how large that is. That isn’t billion—it is trillion. Truly the beneficiaries if that wealth can buy armies, navies, governments and rule in secret.

Dear Top 1%: How to Keep Your Lives, Money and Happiness

by Robert John Stevens, May 23, 2016

Dear Top 1%,

History is clear that the top 1% inflicts the most misery upon the human race, and then it backfires on them.

Despite what your advisors tell you they are probably all wrong. If you want to keep your wealth and protect yourself against the middle and lower class then bless and inspire them, not necessarily with your money for that would require you to share it, but with opportunity.

Opportunity means you set the middle and lower class free to acquire wealth. Keep what you have and let them prosper; for if they prosper you will retain your money, your life, health and happiness.

How can that be done? Well, what society experienced the greatest distribution of wealth in history? The United States before the Federal Reserve coup in 1913.

You must restore government to its original organization but with patches so it will never again be hijacked. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Restore the checks and balances of government as defined in the original U.S. Constitution which means you must:
    1. Abolish the unconstitutional Seventeenth Amendment so Senators can once again represent their state legislators rather than special interests
    2. Repeal the Apportionment Act of 1911 that fixed the number of members of the House of Representatives to 435.

      The Federal Reserve banksters knew to keep their charter it was easier to control the majority of 435 than one representative for every 30,000 citizens. With today’s population at 318,900,000 that requires 10,630 representatives. That may sound like too many but had their numbers grown proportionally our nation would not be trillions in debt.

    3. Establish and enforce term limits so nobody ever gets too much power
    4. Popularize virtue—Only a government based upon virtue can survive and protect you.
  • Abolish the illegal income tax created by the Sixteenth Amendment that is channeled directly to the pockets of the private Federal Reserve Shareholders
  • End the Federal Reserve. They’ll eventually turn against you with their 4.5 trillion in assets
  • Ask citizens to innovate and replace all banks with something else that enables wealth to accumulate for the masses.
  • Abolish the IRS and replace it with one sentence outlining a minimal tax on all sales.
  • Break up the media monopoly and ascertain it can never again consolidate and serve anti-Constitutional agendas
  • Abolish the Department of Education whose mission is to not teach the U.S. Constitution and the correct principles upon which it is based. Encourage parents to home school. Encourage more private schools to emerge. Require all school children to be taught the U.S. Constitution every year, its founding principles, and how to safeguard it. With that knowledge they will defend your right to keep your wealth without penalty and without harm.
  • Declare to the world how the Federal Reserve banksters’ coup of 1913 was successful, and how they grew and remained in power, so a national bank never forms again.
  • Abolish the CIA, the United Nations and outlaw all secret societies that murder, destabilize, overthrow and consolidate power and wealth for gain.
  • Turn regulations over to the free markets to establish best practices and guidelines for government and private industries‐just as the software industry does.
  • Free the citizens from the mountains of bureaucracy, ordinances and regulations that crush their ability to prosper. Replace them all with pure and simple principles that school children can recite.
  • Focus on the proper role of each government office as John F. Kennedy focused on the Office of the President. For example, how can that office be used to lead, guide and inspire citizens, to defend citizens, and to safeguard the U.S. Constitution?
  • Inspire citizens to become scientists and engineers. You want them to invent things to make your world a better place, to extend your lives and the lives of your posterity, and to eventually colonize other planets. For that you’ll need an unending amount of human innovation to tap from.

When your example becomes the beacon for freedom and liberty then people everywhere, by obedience to their own conscience, will safeguard your life, money and happiness.

No other alternative has ever worked—for their destruction will become your destruction but their prosperity, safety and happiness will become yours.

Ron Paul Statement on Bernanke Hearing

“If I were still in Congress, and serving as Chairman of the Monetary Policy Subcommittee, I would have asked Chairman Bernanke why, since the continued high unemployment rates show that the Fed’s ‘Quantitative Easing’ programs have not helped the economy, he thinks continuing the same failed policy in perpetuity will help the average American — as opposed to the big banks and the big spending politicians?

“I would also ask Chairman Bernanke, how the German Bundesbank’s request for the Federal Reserve to return the Fed’s store of German gold to Germany could affect the US’ standing in the global economy. And most importantly, why are so many central banks buying gold when you told me in 2011 that ‘gold is not money’?

Fed’s Holdings of U.S. Gov’t Debt Hit Record $1,696,691,000,000; Up 257% Under Obama

http://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/data-chart-center/tic/Documents/mfh.txt

 

                                       MAJOR FOREIGN HOLDERS OF TREASURY SECURITIES
                                                 (in billions of dollars)
                                               HOLDINGS 1/ AT END OF PERIOD

                       Nov     Oct     Sep     Aug     Jul     Jun     May     Apr     Mar     Feb     Jan     Dec     Nov
Country               2012    2012*   2012*   2012*   2012*   2012*   2012*   2012*   2012*   2012*   2012*   2011*   2011
                     ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------

China, Mainland      1170.1  1169.9  1153.6  1155.2  1160.0  1147.0  1164.0  1164.4  1144.0  1155.2  1166.2  1151.9  1254.6
Japan                1132.8  1131.9  1128.5  1120.9  1119.8  1108.4  1107.0  1087.7  1080.3  1088.4  1080.6  1058.4  1066.4
Carib Bnkng Ctrs 4/   283.7   273.5   261.1   263.9   247.6   245.4   244.2   238.4   235.4   232.9   224.6   227.2   223.3
Oil Exporters 3/      260.1   262.2   267.2   269.1   266.5   268.4   258.4   259.9   260.0   267.6   267.6   261.1   254.2
Brazil                257.0   254.1   251.2   259.8   256.5   244.3   245.8   245.9   238.1   228.4   228.2   226.9   226.6
Taiwan                193.1   197.2   201.7   199.5   194.4   196.4   190.0   187.3   190.1   183.7   178.4   177.3   166.9
Switzerland           186.9   187.8   193.5   191.7   184.8   172.3   155.1   150.3   150.7   145.4   146.5   142.4   126.2
Russia                164.1   171.1   163.5   162.9   156.2   163.8   156.3   155.4   151.1   144.8   145.7   149.5   145.1
United Kingdom 2/     145.0   133.2   137.9   137.1   135.4   138.0   137.3   136.9   126.4   119.0   116.2   114.3   125.2
Luxembourg            144.8   144.7   147.6   138.9   135.1   137.9   130.6   129.7   139.7   140.6   139.6   147.6   127.2
Hong Kong             142.3   138.5   137.1   141.7   137.1   136.0   143.8   145.0   140.3   141.9   134.3   121.7   107.9
Belgium               135.4   136.4   133.2   130.2   141.3   144.5   132.0   132.3   141.7   125.2   131.5   135.2   133.2
Ireland                97.0    97.4    96.9    94.6    93.2    91.3    93.9    95.1    94.2    96.0    86.2    97.7    70.2
Singapore              91.6    97.5    94.4    96.9    96.4    86.9    83.1    82.5    84.7    84.6    74.8    75.1    70.0
Norway                 75.8    75.5    73.9    71.4    68.2    68.6    67.9    64.8    61.0    59.4    57.3    56.7    40.3
Canada                 66.4    58.3    60.6    61.3    61.3    52.7    55.8    63.8    54.2    53.9    48.0    45.1    48.7
Germany                66.0    64.0    65.5    66.2    66.5    64.0    65.1    62.7    64.6    60.7    60.9    60.7    67.8
France                 65.5    58.7    59.3    52.9    55.2    49.1    50.6    49.8    45.9    39.7    42.5    44.7    59.4
Mexico                 59.6    59.2    56.5    57.2    53.9    51.6    45.8    40.9    35.9    31.8    30.1    29.4    31.7
India                  58.6    59.6    59.7    60.6    59.3    53.8    50.0    49.3    46.7    44.1    42.8    43.5    38.4
Thailand               57.0    58.6    64.3    58.7    53.0    53.1    53.5    52.2    54.7    54.3    54.5    51.6    56.0
Turkey                 55.3    51.6    42.6    34.6    30.3    29.1    27.1    28.1    30.4    30.1    27.4    32.0    40.2
Korea                  43.4    42.2    42.1    44.1    46.5    44.5    46.3    43.9    42.7    50.8    49.9    47.3    42.1
Philippines            37.2    36.9    37.0    37.1    36.9    35.4    36.5    36.8    37.1    37.1    35.7    32.7    31.7
Chile                  33.1    30.9    30.3    30.1    29.7    26.7    26.4    24.5    21.9    22.5    22.3    23.0    24.9
Israel                 31.0    28.9    25.8    25.0    23.1    24.6    24.8    23.7    22.8    23.0    22.7    19.3    19.4
Netherlands            30.4    30.7    27.0    27.4    25.8    26.2    26.2    24.7    23.4    25.0    25.2    21.7    24.1
Poland                 29.5    30.4    30.0    29.4    28.8    29.9    28.4    28.4    27.5    27.3    28.7    28.5    27.9
Sweden                 28.4    29.0    27.6    28.0    28.5    27.8    27.4    27.6    27.6    28.5    29.2    28.9    30.4
Colombia               28.3    29.9    29.3    27.9    27.6    27.1    26.5    26.9    26.7    25.1    25.2    23.5    20.0
Italy                  28.0    28.0    27.6    27.5    27.7    27.5    27.1    26.5    24.1    23.3    22.7    22.8    21.2
Australia              27.4    26.7    25.7    27.6    26.7    25.3    29.7    25.8    22.6    23.5    22.2    21.8    24.1
Spain                  25.2    25.3    25.5    24.2    24.5    26.6    21.7    21.2    21.1    21.3    23.7    24.0    16.3
Malaysia               19.5    19.5    19.4    19.6    20.1    20.3    20.3    20.1    20.5    20.9    20.6    20.6    18.5
Denmark                15.1    14.9    15.2    15.8    15.6    15.3    15.1    14.6    15.4    15.4    15.9    16.5    13.6
Peru                   13.6    13.4    11.9    11.5    11.9    11.8    11.4    10.5    10.1     8.9     8.9     8.8     8.5
South Africa           13.0    12.8    13.0    12.8    13.0    13.2    12.6    12.3    12.2    12.9    12.9    12.1    11.3
All Other             245.7   246.2   238.5   233.4   221.7   227.6   227.4   225.2   222.2   217.2   214.0   205.9   195.3
Grand Total          5557.2  5526.2  5475.4  5446.5  5379.7  5312.4  5264.9  5215.3  5148.3  5110.6  5063.8  5007.4  5009.1

Of which:
 For. Official       3985.7  3984.3  3958.1  3957.1  3915.5  3852.9  3826.3  3781.1  3720.3  3711.1  3687.4  3621.0  3628.9
  Treasury Bills      383.5   379.4   383.8   373.0   355.0   362.2   359.8   345.7   356.0   360.7   349.6   357.6   379.0
  T-Bonds & Notes    3602.2  3604.9  3574.3  3584.1  3560.6  3490.7  3466.5  3435.5  3364.3  3350.4  3337.8  3263.4  3249.9

Department of the Treasury/Federal Reserve Board
January 16, 2013

 *   Includes holdings of Treasury bonds and notes as reported on TIC Form SLT, "Aggregate Holdings of Long-Term Securities by U.S.
     and Foreign Residents"
 1/  The data in this table are collected primarily from U.S.-based custodians and broker-dealers. Since U.S. securities held in
     overseas custody accounts may not be attributed to the actual owners, the data may not provide a precise accounting of
     individual country ownership of Treasury securities
     (see TIC FAQ #7 at: http://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/data-chart-center/tic/Pages/ticfaq1.aspx).
     Estimated foreign holdings of U.S. Treasury marketable and non-marketable bills, bonds, and notes reported under the Treasury
     International Capital (TIC) reporting system are based on annual Surveys of Foreign Holdings of U.S. Securities and on
	   monthly data.
 2/  United Kingdom includes Channel Islands and Isle of Man.
 3/  Oil exporters include Ecuador, Venezuela, Indonesia, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar,
     Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
 4/  Caribbean Banking Centers include Bahamas, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Netherlands Antilles and Panama.
     Beginning with new series for June 2006, also includes British Virgin Islands.