Federal Reserve Series: Abuse or Benefit to Americans? Preview

November 27, 20132 Comments

Dire Warnings Coming True?
“the standard of living of the average American has to decline. I don’t think you can escape that.”
         Federal Reserve Chair, Paul Volker Oct. 1979
 “we are living in an age of fiat money, and it is sobering to realize that every previous nation in history that has adopted such money eventually was economically destroyed by it”  
                  Author, G. Edward Griffin


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Full Disclosure Network® is on a mission, seeking answers about what is happening to America, right now!  We need your help and financial support to complete our historic Documentary Series entitled “Truth About The Federal Reserve: Abuse or Benefit to Americans?”
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We have conducted the first two documentary interviews with Historian G. Edward Griffin author of the famed book, “The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve” and  B. Scott Minerd, who serves on the New York Federal Reserve Advisory Board.
100th Anniversary
The U. S. Senate and Congress approved the Federal Reserve Act on December 22, 1913 and now a hundred years later the country is seriously questioning the need for a Federal Reserve System. Full Disclosure is seeking to learn the answers to these questions……
What would happen if the Federal Reserve was abolished?
2) Should the Fed be audited?
3) Should the banks be charging fees on deposits?
4) Where is the missing $9-10 trillion dollars that was printed by the Fed and is half of the U.S. National debt?

2 comments to “Federal Reserve Series: Abuse or Benefit to Americans? Preview”

  1. Ziad K Abdelnour | November 29, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    The Fed has implemented and completed four different programs. Three Quantitative Easing programs (QE1, QE2 & QE3) and Operation Twist (Fed buys long-term bonds and substitutes for short-term in order to bring down interest rates). QE3 was announced in September 2012 with the stated goal of further stimulating growth with particular focus on employment. By implementing QE1 and 2 the Fed did prevent a massive and quick de-leveraging of the financial system following the 2008 crisis, and by doing so likely prevented a depression from occurring during that period.

  2. Still Alive | December 7, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Being a rep from the average us citizen population. There is no way we can know the true extent of the damage created by a single private industry ruling the government, setting interest rates, printing money without restrictions. All we can tell by the crumbs of truth we think we see ; is what ever the benefit is from the fed ruling since 1913 in no way in anyone’s interest but the few families that are revolving around the fed.

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