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Kill the Fed

The Federal Reserve System is not part of the government. It operates outside the control of Congress and manipulates the credit of the Unites States. It maintains a stranglehold on the banking and money system in this country.

The Fed is unconstitutional. The Founding Fathers gave the power to coin and regulate money to Congress. It abdicated its responsibility in 1913 by passing the law creating the Federal Reserve System.

The Fed, which controls America’s monetary policies, is permitted by law to operate in secret, free from outside interference or oversight of any kind.

The best way to start at the beginning of the financial crisis is to audit the Fed and find out what the mega-bankers do with our money.

The only solution is to abolish the Federal Reserve System.

Ray F. Dively


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