Archive for the ‘Federal Reserve’ Category

Book Review: Dr. John Coleman (2006). “The Conspirator’s Hierarchy: The Committee of 300.” 4th ed.

Friday, July 2nd, 2010


John Coleman, Ph.D. must the bravest man alive.  It takes courage to publish about those seeking to enslave US! 

Actually, reading this one book should allay the misgivings and fears and all doubts you have had about the Great Conspiracy because by 1966 the Committee of 300 was so confident that we could do nothing to stop them, they allowed their inside man Carroll Quigley to publish his account documenting, confirming and giving full credit to his (OUR!) masters who he fully revered.  See my book reviews on Quigley’s (1966) “Tragedy & Hope” and its accompaniment analysis by former FBI Agent Cleon Skousen (1974) “The Naked Capitalist.”


This is THE book to buy to get the most info on our secret US government.  It names individuals & institutions.  This is the latest and most thorough historical accounting of our new masters I have seen.  By the way, their work is mostly done—they are only waiting to launch their finishing touches.


Having just finished my first read through today, on my vacation on Koh Samui – whenever I stay on Samui this is where I rent a villa for relaxing and reading. I must urge every citizen who is concerned for our country to buy and study this book.  I plan upon at least two more readings. 


WARNING:  Reading Dr. Coleman’s masterpiece is like trying to take a drink of water from a roaring fire hydrant.  There is an overwhelming amount of material here.


But this book now—while you can still get it!  Buy all three and be fully informed.



Saturday, September 12th, 2009


This simple action will make a strong statement.  


Please help do this.. Refuse to accept these when they are handed to you.


  I received one from the Post Office as change and I asked for a dollar bill instead.  


 The lady just smiled and said ‘way to go’ , so she had read this e -mail.  


 Please help out…our world is in enough trouble without this too!!!!!

U.S.Government to Release New Dollar Coins 

You guessed it
  IS GONE!!!
If ever there was a reason to boycott something, THIS IS IT!!!!


Together we can force them out of circulation..

Kucinich: the Federal Reserve is paying banks NOT to make loans to struggling Americans!

Monday, August 17th, 2009


While I don't like Dennis Kucinich much nor his party, Kucinich gets this one right!


Coming American Hobby Photo Head Shots of Politicians

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009


American citizens taking up photography en masse out of sheer frustration as they slowly wake up to the lack of true representation in the current US government and the destruction of our country.


Americans demonstrate their adeptness at photography and taking long shots and short shots.  Their favorite shots will be of the heads of the elite— politician’s heads.  Sadly, many politicians are going to lose their heads over this.


This is what I have been sensing.


I foresaw a plane hitting the Pentagon and I foresaw the absolute need for our crooked politicians and their cronies to rob US of our retirement funds.


Folks, any time the government gets involved in making rules & regulations and laws about anything the government screws it up: Witness health care.  Look at credit cards and what is happening to those right now.


Wake up!


We don’t need anymore laws.


More laws and rules & regulations mean more government.


We need to return to the US Constitution and to common sense!

Book Review: Griffin (1994) (2008) “The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve”

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

Book Review: Griffin (1994) (2008) The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve. American Media. Westlake Village, California.


The 600 page book is the most comprehensive review of the history of money, banking and economics in a form that may be digested by the common man. Admittedly a lengthy tome, it is best read as the author G. Edward Griffin recommends—in order. All previous chapters lay the foundation for subsequent chapters. It is indeed a push to get through the first half of the book but by the time the reader gets to the middle, he has an understanding of the profound effects of money and economics on politics, history and war!

This is a must-read for every citizen and no student should graduate high school without having thoroughly digested Griffin’s seminal work on economics, the development of money and the history of banking. It is well-written and engaging. A seventh-grade student should be able to understand Griffin’s clear and concise writing.

Perhaps most importantly, the author offers a solution to the problem of money, more accurately the problem of fiat money. Griffin accurately and simply defines all of the terms and concepts he puts forward in his book. Beginning on approximately page 570 he offers a plausible solution in scarcely a dozen pages. His case against the Federal Reserve System is a walk back in history to the beginnings of money and banking encompassing the elements of war, revolution, oppression and fraud.

Griffin offers seven reasons to abolish the Federal Reserve System. On an extremely positive note, Griffin proposes a 16 step recovery plan to restore our country to a constitutional currency, putting the beast, the monster to sleep before the creature forever destroys our sovereignty and before The New World Order enslaves all of mankind, especially the little guy beyond our borders who has no hope for freedom and prosperity should our country fall.

While earlier editions can now be had at a bargain discount (center), due to its popularity it was recently out-of-print and only available at a premium. Griffin finally released a new edition of The Creature from Jekyll Island for 2008 (left). The author also offers an audio CD (right).

The Obama Deception

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009


This is a must see:

by Alex Jones

Be sure to hit <full screen>

And turn your speakers up.

This is long.

Inspector General for the Federal Reserve Asleep at the Wheel!

Monday, June 1st, 2009

The Bottom Line:

"NOBODY at the Federal Reserve including the Inspector General is keeping track of this."

--Representative Alan Grayson

The Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations hearing of May 5, 2009 Rep. Alan Grayson queries Federal Reserve Inspector General Coleman.

Message of the Day: To Senator “Lackey” Jeff Merkley (Oregon)

Monday, May 18th, 2009


Bull Shit!

Bull Shit!


Dear Senator—


Have you ever thought “the root cause,” real cause of the financial crisis is the Federal Reserve System?


No, of course not!


Because you are a sycophant, a lackey.


Who remains uneducated.


Dare we call your wonderful message treason?  Treason to the very document you swore upon oath to defend?  Are you a traitor to the American Way?  To true Freedom?  And the Constitution?


I say YES!


Until we get traitors, lackeys and stupid people like you out of office we haven’t a hope as a people.


Read, Senator, read.  Educate yourself. And get your head out of your ass before you and your ilk reduce US to foreign invasion!


Read the books I recommend beginning with these three:


Straight forward,


Dr. Kent


From: []
Sent: Sunday, May 17, 2009 12:24 PM
Subject: Thank you for sharing your views



Dear Friend,


Thank you for contacting me to share your views.  The views of Oregonians are very important to my work in the U.S. Senate, and I appreciate your patience in my response. 


Since I was sworn in as a United States Senator on January 6, 2009, I have been actively engaged in my Senate duties and pursuing a legislative agenda, while setting up an office, hiring staff, and establishing a system for communicating with my constituents. I am pleased that my office operations are now fully in place.  But I regret that during these initial months, I was not able to respond directly to all of the letters, emails and faxes I have received.  I have, however, reviewed daily the content of these messages.  Thank you so much for sharing your views. 


Here are some of the issues I have been working on during the last four and a half months.


Without question, the greatest challenge facing our country is the faltering economy. More than 13 million Americans are currently unemployed, and the number continues to grow each week.  In Oregon, our unemployment rate has risen a full percentage point every month for the last four months and now exceeds 12 percent.  While we cannot put America back to work overnight, we must meet this economic crisis head-on by creating jobs, investing in our infrastructure, and helping states avoid disastrous cuts and layoffs. 


I worked with President Obama and my congressional colleagues to enact the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). This legislation creates jobs now – more than 44,000 in Oregon alone – by investing in our nation’s transportation infrastructure, promoting the development and production of renewable energy, and modernizing our schools and repairing public buildings. This legislation puts money back in the pockets of working families by providing tax cuts for 95 percent of workers and their families, including a tax credit of $400 per person and $800 per couple for most working Americans. 


As a member of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, I am working closely with my colleagues to end the abusive and reckless Wall Street practices that crippled our financial system. We must also ensure vigorous congressional oversight and tough limits on inappropriate and excessive executive compensation for firms recapitalized with government assistance. 


We must also take action to address the root cause of our financial crisis, the housing market. I know how hard Oregon families are hit by the mortgage crisis, and I am committed to supporting legislation that protects borrowers, reduces foreclosures, and helps to keep people in their homes. Recently, I introduced two major reforms. The Transparency for Homeowners Act would ban steering payments, which are kickbacks paid to brokers to place unsuspecting homeowners into high-cost and destructive loans. The Promoting Mortgage Responsibility Act would prohibit the use of prepayment penalties – a practice that can lock homeowners into exploitive high-interest loans. I have been asked by Senator Chris Dodd, head of the Senate Banking Committee, to chair a hearing on these predatory practices later this year.


Another huge challenge is fixing our broken health care system.  I was pleased to be assigned to the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP), which will play a key role in drafting health care reform legislation. One of my first votes was to expand the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).  The expansion of SCHIP, which was signed into law by President Obama on January 30, 2009, will provide health care coverage to about 42,000 additional children in Oregon. But with over 47 million Americans currently without health insurance and the continuing rising costs of health insurance straining families’ budgets and businesses’ bottom line, more needs to be done. I will work tenaciously with my colleagues on the HELP Committee to secure affordable and accessible health care for every single American.


As you may know, protecting our environment ranks high among my legislative priorities. I am proud to have cast my first vote in the Senate in support for the passage of the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009. This legislation, which was recently signed into law, designated approximately two million acres across the country as Wilderness, including nearly 200,000 acres in Oregon. Protecting these special places not only conserves wildlife habitat; it also protects sources of clean water for many Oregonians and creates jobs in the tourism and recreation industries. 


In addition, I am working hard to promote the development of clean and renewable energy. Indeed, converting our economy to run on clean energy is one of the most pressing challenges our nation faces.  As a member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, I am helping to help draft comprehensive energy legislation to strengthen national security, create jobs, and take on global warming. It is essential to our national security that we end our dependence on foreign oil, to our economic future that the next generation of clean energy jobs be created here at home, and to our environment that we limit the pollution that is causing global warming. We are already seeing the effects of global warming in Oregon, where scientists have measured shrinking snowpack in the Cascades, which threatens reduced river flows for farm irrigation, salmon migration, and hydropower generation.


Finally, I am fighting aggressively for much-needed credit card reform.  Many Oregonians are getting slapped with unfair credit card penalties and fees – at any moment their interest rates go sky high for no reason at all.  I cosponsored legislation, the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act, which will tighten the rules to end such deceptive and unfair practices in the credit card industry. I am pleased we passed this landmark consumer protection bill out of committee, and I look forward to getting it to the President’s desk soon. 


If you would like to know more about my work in the Senate and positions on other important topics, please go to my recently launched website,, to sign up for my e-newsletter updates or to email me directly about issues that matter most to you. 


Thank you, again, for taking the time to contact me.  It is an honor to serve as your Senator, and if I have not appropriately addressed your concerns in this response, please share your views again.


All my best,

Jeff Merkley
United States Senate




Conversation with G. Edward Griffin Author of “The Creature From Jekyll Island” Part I

Sunday, May 17th, 2009

Telephone Interview recorded on an old mono casette deck on March 25, 2009. 

Part I of two parts. 

Minimal editing, noise reduction. 

My apologies for the poor sound quality.  Still, I think it worth tolerating and listening. 

Mr. Edward Griffin remains sharp and although Mr. Griffin is my senior, Ed is a quicker thinker than I.



Every American citizen needs to read this!

Saturday, May 16th, 2009


Theodore Roosevelt’s ideas on Immigrants and being an AMERICAN in 1907:

Theodore Roosevelt's ideas on Immigrants and being an AMERICAN in 1907.

“In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. 

But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American … There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag … We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language … and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.” (emphasis and spacing added)

Theodore Roosevelt 1907