There is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive that they better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.” Woodrow Wilson, President 1913-1921
After dinner we (Wilson and House) went to the presidents [sic] study as usual and began to work on the Federal Reserve Board appointments. I insisted that it was the most important constructive legislative measure that had been passed since the founding of the Republic and thought its success or failure would largely depend upon the personnel of the Board. He replied, “My dear friend, do not frighten me any more than I am now.” Intimate Papers of Colonel House
What type of leadership skills were present at the White House during 1913? How was it that American citizens got hood-winked, by a system that contained so many checks and balances? Our founding fathers wisely designed our laws and government to avoid manipulation by the few. They never envisioned the cabals that were later formed to steal America’s financial sovereignty. Whose interest were actually being represented when the Federal Reserve was created and the national income tax was implemented the very same year? This question really begs to be asked.
The answer lies in what happens when an American president gets blackmailed and the end result is the American people get raped.
You probably already know a little bit of history surrounding Woodrow Wilson, our 29th president. It is also important that you learn more about the men who surrounded him during his presidency, for that group played the major role in shaping the world in which we live; even a larger role than the man who was elected president.
You may wonder how men who were on the world stage in the early 1900’s could possibly have an impact on your life today. Our story starts at the turn of this century. By 1900 our great country had been around for nearly 120 years. It did not have a federal income tax or a central bank to control the flow of all money in our country. Compared to our present financial disaster, you might think that someone with the Midas touch was managing our fiscal and monetary policies. Continue reading ‘Chapter 2’