American Revolutionary War: One World Government (FED)

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Rough Copy In 1775, the American Revolutionary War began, as the American Colonies wanted to achieve independence from the British Monarchy. Even though many reasons were sighted out for the revolution, one in particular sticks out. King George III outlawed the interest free independent currency the thirteen colonies were producing and using themselves. This in turn forced the colonies to borrow money from the Central Bank of England, which put the colonies into immediate debt. The Federal Reserve Bank was alleged to be a step towards the “One World Government”, simply by manipulating the international monetary system and the media in order to create a monopoly. In the early 20th century, there were four dominating families in the banking business, The Morgans, The Rockefellers, the Warburgs, and the Rothschilds, who created this institution to control the money supply around the world. The created an institution known as the Federal Reserve Bank. What is a Central Bank? A…show more content…
Three major wars in the 20th century in the US that were created purely for economic gain for the FED. There were certain events that were designed to create these wars, which included the sinking of the RMS Lusitania, the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the Gulf of Tonkin Incident. According to the theories, the US was forced to take part in these wars by the FED, not with the intention to win, but to sustain the conflict, as the US military will be forced to borrow money from the FED. It s also important to note that the Nazi Germany War efforts was largely supported by two organizations, one of them was I.G FARBEN. I.G FARBEN produced 84% of Germany’s explosive. One of the unspoken partners of I.G FARBEN was J.D Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company. The drastic bombing of london, for example, was made possible by a twenty million dollar sale of fuel to I.G FARBEN by the US standard oil company. This is one of many examples of how the FED supported both sides of
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