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ope. Across the pond, a gang of independent colonists were hatching the greatest experiment in freedom the world had ever seen but it was to be short-lived. To be precise, while political freedom was achieved with the conclusion of the Revolutionary War, financial freedom was in jeopardy from the international banking committee.

Their agent in America was Alexander Hamilton, who lobbied fiercely for a central bank to be created in the United States. That stalwart patriot, Thomas Jefferson, worked just as hard to keep the idea out, on the basis that it was contrary to the newly drafted constitution. Long story short, Jefferson lost the argument and the Bank of North America opened in 1781 and, to no one's surprise, it was modeled closely upon the Bank of England, the very nation we had recently vanquished in battle.

Also, to no one's surprise, the colonists hated the idea and refused to use the new bank, so it closed its doors in 1790. But the international banking cabal wasn't about to let financial control of the United States slip away so easily. They pursued and were granted a charter to open a bank which was christened the Bank of the United States. This central bank rolled along until the year 1826, when its second charter was set to expire. President Andrew Jackson saw the inherent danger in allowing a de facto central bank to continue and campaigned vigorously against another charter. The depth and passion of his feelings were evident in the following quote:

“You are a den of vipers. I intend to wipe you out, and by the Eternal God I will rout you out…If people only understood the rank injustice of the money and banking system, there would be a revolution by morning.”

Jackson's goal was achieved when the Bank of the United States lost its charter in 1836. Unfortunately, the capacity of the international bankers to meddle in the affairs of America was not so easily diminished. Some sources say the Civil War was an idea concocted in England by the Rothschilds as far back as 1809 in a divide and conquer strategy to take over the United States one half at a time. While the Bank of England contributed money to the North's cause, the Paris branch sent money to the South, a strategy which almost succeeded in dividing the country. But history interfered with the plan for North American domination in the form of a country boy from Illinois named Abraham Lincoln who refused to let the country be torn in two.

Next time, the rise of the Federal Reserve system and financial ruin of a great nation.

The American Monetary System

American Monetary Association

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