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By Publius Huldah
Yes he does. The Federal Reserve System is collapsing due to the inherent instability of a monetary system, not based on gold & silver, but on the Fed’s “right” to create “money” out of thin air 1 which it then lends to the US Treasury (and is added to the national debt), 2 in order to fund the federal government’s massive, grotesquely unconstitutional, and out of control spending.
This process of allowing the Fed to create “money” out of thin air with nothing behind it has been going on since 1933, when the promise (set forth in §16 of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913) to redeem Federal Reserve Notes in gold was revoked as to domestic holders; 3 and culminated during 1971, when redemption of the Notes in gold to international holders was also suspended.4
Once the statutory promise to back Federal Reserve…
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One thought on “So you think Trump wants to get rid of the Fed?”
Of COURSE he wants to get rid of the worthless, asset gobbling FED! Why else do you think our president is so focused on reworking trade deals, de-regulation, cut taxes, and removing the Globalists agenda? Furthermore, he wants other countries to pay for NATO and the UN. The old petro-dollar system is being replaced and it will be a much more stable system… probably a bumpy transition, but excellent choice in the long run.