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February 27, 2018

With The Impossibility Of Repaying The Mostly Phony National Debt And The Sheer Insanity Of The Criminal Federal Reserve, Will Eating Our Own Children Loom In The Future?  

Submitted to All News Pipeline by Pastor Dick Carmack

President Trump and the Republican Congress, along with enthusiastic support from the Democrats have embarked on a final mission to avoid a financial crash coming our way like the world has never seen before. The motivations are different, Trump, trying to delay the inevitable reckoning that will have to come, the Dimms cheering on the crash. The final effect will be the same and the world will eventually suffer horrendously before the Lord Jesus finally returns to rescue humanity from itself and to bring promised judgment.

Deficit spending unrestrained, trillion dollar plus budgets will now be REQUIRED, not chosen. The United States Ship of State is sailing madly toward the brink of certain destruction. Instead of choosing to take our lumps now (however bad) and save the nation, we are attempting to circumnavigate what we have done by sailing in ever widening circles. We will now try to SPEND our way out of financial destruction, by incurring more and more debt, doing more and more of what caused it in the first place. Famine looms for the future.

La 5:9 We gat our bread with the peril of our lives because of the sword of the wilderness. 10 Our skin was black like an oven because of the terrible famine.

When industry grinds to a halt, who will grow, process and deliver food?

Economic growth by money stimulus is promoted as our only hope, we apparently believe it’s our only chance. It is a vain hope.

When it all comes to a head, 90% (perhaps all) of us will be financially wiped out. Economic chaos will come, industry will fail and eventually famine will cause the world to follow in the path of Venezuela, which will finally culminate with people eating their own children to stay alive. Like the biblical story of a woman ready to eat her own child as it is born,

De 28:57 And toward her young one that cometh out from between her feet, and toward her children which she shall bear: for she shall eat them for want of all things secretly in the siege and straitness, wherewith thine enemy shall distress thee in thy gates.

Our world is now on a path to certain destruction, brought about by unrestrained greed for the love of money.

It was once brilliantly illustrated by someone lost to history, that if there was only $10 in the world and you borrow it, all the while agreeing to pay it back with 10% interest, you have agreed to the impossible. Only ten dollars exist and you have agreed to pay eleven.

22:7 ¶ The rich ruleth over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender.

The only way your debt could be paid is if another dollar was created and put into the system, otherwise how could you pay it?

That’s the situation we find ourselves in. Our Congress in 1913, by which was a fraudulent vote, created the Federal Reserve System giving the power to create money out of nothing, to a group of private bankers and then loan it back to the United States at interest. Pure insanity.

The creation of money out of thin air is a power that seems incomprehensible to justify, yet somehow or other new money must be created in order to carry on commerce as the economy grows.

Every time debt is incurred, a need for new money is necessary to pay the interest. However that can be done with strict limits an with watchdogs empowered to stop it, if it occurs.

A well done and important 47 minute documentary follows that explains what every consumer should make his business to watch and understand.

Since that day (1913) so long ago, the money masters of the world have hijacked the Federal Reserve Act and turned it into a money making machine that fills their own pocketbooks by having the American taxpayer pay through the nose for currency that Constitutionally should have been issued by our own government, interest free!

The gangsters have to be rooted out of where they are living in the high-rise caves of Wall Street and exposed to the light of day to face their day of justice in open court. If the reader of articles like this just yawns and turns to the next story, nothing will change and when the next election is REALLY HIJACKED by Hillary and her Communist buddies then it will be Katie Bar the Door! Looks like it won’t be long.

Hillary or her clone will apply the Coup de Grace and if you try to leave your block it will be

“Papers please. Where are you going? What is your purpose? Stand over here please and wait for the next officer. Empty your pockets.”

The first necessary step is to fix the money monopoly. Congress must be forced to act to restore Sections 8 and 10 of our Constitution and if the Supreme Court tries to overrule they must be impeached. Please continue reading.

Mr 3:27 No man can enter into a strong man's house, and spoil his goods, except he will first bind the strong man; and then he will spoil his house.

The American public is the strong man. We have been bound by our own apathy. If we fail to rise and burn Congress enough to change it, the rope will be taken off our arms and placed around our necks.

Can the looters be stopped? Maybe. Our founders wisely anticipated the problem and gave to Congress, and Congress alone, the power to issue money and stipulated it be in coin, thus not permitting paper issue.

The Constitution contains only two sections dealing with monetary issues. Section 8 permits Congress to coin money and to regulate its value. Section 10 denies states the right to coin or to print their own money. The framers clearly intended a national monetary system based on coin and for the power to regulate that system to rest only with the federal government. The delegates at the Constitutional convention rejected a clause that would have given Congress the authority to issue paper money They also rejected a measure that would have specifically denied that ability to the federal government (Hammond, 92). Although the Constitution does not state that the federal government has the power to print paper currency, the Supreme Court in McCulloch vs Maryland (1819) ruled unanimously that the Second Bank of the United States and the banknotes it issued on behalf of the federal government were Constitutional. (emphasis added).


You say we can’t have coins in denominations of $1000? Why not? If the price of gold goes to $10,000 which is a low estimate, then a $1000 gold piece would be smaller than a penny. When smaller units are needed first use silver, then copper. Also digital money must be eliminated.

Thomas Jefferson said he would rest his entire faith in the Federal government if an amendment was passed denying them the right to incur debt. Wisdom however, is a rare commodity among men and when it occasionally raises its head it is quickly attacked. Don’t hold your breath until the amendment passes.

Donald Trump has been compared the President Andrew Jackson, and to an extent the comparison is valid. But Trump has yet to go nearly far enough. Here is a brief comparison:

“Repeatedly over the past year, Trump has invoked and praised his predecessor in the White House, who served from 1829 to 1837. In addition to various mentions in remarks and on Twitter, Trump placed a portrait of Jackson in the Oval Office and made a pilgrimage to the late president’s tomb in Nashville less than two months after being sworn in.”

Trump’s infatuation with Jackson however doesn’t seem to run too deep. Jackson declared war on the nation’s 2nd National Bank, withdrew all federal deposits and reinvested them with State banks, and refused to reissue its charter. Trump has yet to speak, let alone act, against our de-facto National bank called the “Federal Reserve,” which is owned lock, stock and barrel by International banks, who issue “money” at will, out of thin air, and “loan” it to our government charging interest on it. Thus, we “owe” $20 Trillion, with God only knowing how much they have extorted from the public in the past.

Due to heavy lobbying by Alexander Hamilton, first Secretary of the Treasury, George Washington signed into law the creation of the First Bank of the United States (1791–1811) That First Bank was modeled after the Bank of England being partly owned by foreigners, who shared in its profits. Also, it was not solely responsible for the country's supply of bank notes. It was responsible for only 20% of the currency supply; state banks accounted for the rest. Learning nothing from the Continental Congress failure to control the issuance of paper notes, the bank proceeded to issue a plethora of notes to finance the War of 1812.

The next step toward private greed in national money came with the issuance of the charter for the 2nd Bank of the United States by James Madison, supposedly to stop inflation but actually creating more. Andrew Jackson fiercely opposed its creation calling it an “Engine of Corruption.” Jackson also, when he became President, put the monopoly bank out of business by refusing a renewal of its charter. Will President Trump also declare war on the engine of greed called “international banking?” His actions will be louder than his words.


If we can return to what the founders stipulated would all coin have to be minted in Washington? No. Sub-mints and national banks could serve the same function. They would be overseen and regulated by the Comptroller of the Currency which was created for that exact purpose. “That would slow commerce to a crawl.” It might do so to a small extent until the adjustments are made, and that might be a good thing. Whatever would eventually be decided upon, the thrust must be to return the issuance of money back to the Federal government, and that under strict oversight and regulation with adequate safe-guards to keep the robber banks out of the feeding trough.

Under Lincoln, “Congress suspended the gold standard in 1861 early in the Civil War and began issuing paper currency (greenbacks).” The greenbacks were non-interest notes.

Lincoln was assassinated, some say for taking on the banks. President John F. Kennedy also tried an end-run around the money powers by issuing non-interest bearing United States Notes directly from the Treasury. Kennedy was also assassinated. Did the money masters act in either case to protect their Trillion Dollar Generating Monopoly? Many believe they did.

What were the arguments to create the Federal Reserve? According to Wiki again, The Federal Reserve System—also known as the Federal Reserve or simply the Fed—is the central banking system of the United States today. The Federal Reserve's power developed slowly in part due to an understanding at its creation that it was to function primarily as a reserve, a money-creator of last resort to prevent the downward spiral of withdrawal/withholding of funds which characterizes a monetary panic. (emphasis added)

The same safeguard could be guaranteed by the Congress if the Freedom Caucus were allowed to guide its formation.

Like the camel putting his nose into the tent on a cold night and then taking over to whole tent, the Fed and its minions now control all of the money in America and most of the rest of the world. Those countries that refuse a central bank are declared outlaws and war soon comes to their shore. The taxpayers meanwhile continue to troop faithfully down to the tax office each April and brag about how wonderful our roads are.

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