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How Do Federal Reserve Actions Impact the Economy?

Federal Reserve Actions Destabilize The Economy by Creating Debt.

First of all, contrary to popular belief, the Federal Reserve is not part of the United States Federal Government.

The Federal Reserve is a private banking institution owned and operated by private banking interests.

Federal Reserve actions include printing money and loaning it to the U.S. Government, which then compounds interest; essentially making the loan impossible to repay as the money needed to cover the interest was never printed.

As a private banking institution, the actions of the Federal Reserve are not subject to oversight by the U.S. Government or any official regulatory institution.

The Federal Reserve prints a fiat currency, money without any physical resource backing its value.

The only resource backing the notes printed and distributed by the Federal Reserve is debt, as each bill clearly states ‘this note is legal tender for debts, public and private.’

Federal Reserve actions to constantly print more money, and make more loans, are the biggest causes of monetary inflation in our economy today.

The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 established our current central bank, the Federal Reserve, and was signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson.

Federal Reserve actions have been heavily criticized by many opponents over the last century; with many claiming they have no Constitutional authority to coin money, they are a cartel designed to protect major banks, and their mistakes inevitably exaggerate the severity of the boom and bust economic paradigm, thus creating severe depressions and recessions.

Federal Reserve management is not appointed or vetted by any branch of the U.S. government, as it is a private financial institution.

What Is Fractional Reserve Banking?

The Federal Reserve banking process is referred to as ‘fractional reserve banking,’ which means the bank is allowed to loan up to 90% more money than they actually hold in their reserves. This means if there is a run on the banks to withdraw credits, the banks will collapse as they hold only 10% of their outstanding credits in cash in the vault.

This is by far the most dangerous aspect of fractional reserve banking, because it makes a severe depression possible. If banks did not loan 90% more money than they actually have, they would not be at risk of collapse in the event of a bank run.

The Great Depression is a perfect example of how Federal Reserve actions can impact our economy and cause incredibly negative effects. Unfortunately, we have failed to learn from the horrible errors of our recent past.

Who does the Federal Reserve System Benefit?

The Federal Reserve, and by extension all private ‘National Banks,’ only benefit the bankers who own and operate them in the long run. In the short term however, it would appear the easy credit helps small businesses to grow more rapidly, and solves those tricky government funding issues; serving the average American citizen and facilitating overall economic growth.

This is an illusion due to the fact the Federal Reserve charges interest on all loans; interest that cannot possibly be repaid, since the money to cover interest was never printed. After the reality of debts constantly growing from interest sinks in, the economy falls apart.

‘It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.’
. Henry Ford
Citizens have their homes foreclosed on, or other property repossessed by the bank, businesses have to shut down because they cannot acquire more credit to finance growth or protect current operations, and governments collapse under the weight of the debt.

We Require a Workable Solution!

Many economists have suggested various common sense remedies for the financial crisis that has been directly created by Federal Reserve actions and by the fractional reserve banking system in general; remedies that do not involve simply the cutting or raising of interest rates and taxes.

Some argue that most ill effects would be remedied by bringing back a gold or silver standard on which to base the worth of our currency. Others go further, suggesting we completely dismantle the Federal Reserve as a whole, and return the right and responsibility of printing money to the United States Treasury. This would make it once again a public institution, subject to government oversight and regulation.

Another common suggestion, albeit controversial, is to eliminate usury (interest) from the loan process altogether, thus making loans much easier to repay. This would obviously hinder the ability for private banks to reap the profits they’ve grown accustomed to, which would most likely reduce their incentive to give loans at all. This is the root of the controversy surrounding the concept of abolishing interest.

Regardless, it is essential we look into every imaginable option to solve the crisis created by Federal Reserve actions; and we must act hastily to address this issue, as another depression has become inevitable.

3 Comments on - How Do Federal Reserve Actions Impact the Economy?

  • Rock February 17, 2023 Reply

    It is true that for the 3000 years the proper weights and balance of gold and silver per coin .999 fine with 27 km , 57lbs Equal to one full talent. That been broken down to smaller domination. Called diffrent names but always modeled after that to the names but this followed under the Drachma 66.5 grains, 4.3 grams of gold to be followed by every single civilization, that came after it. And every single civilization found its self falling shortly after depreciation of this model. Usury a.k.a increase. Which dosent exist it. Must be taken by another’s loss in order to pay. And since the discovery of fractionl reserve t- bill credit shame. Has only gotten better when the proper weights of measure were put back in there place and usury, F.R.B WAS punished properly was the world n honest balance. It’s alot like if Guns are out lawed only lawfully outlaws will have guns. And every culture that allowed there government to do. Had a bout of massacre, and ushally subside.

  • angelique February 25, 2023 Reply

    Where dose the Cestue que ve system fit Into this and can we keep it? Under less evil wording. Having a system that hypothicates value for the population would be a great way for to keep commodities and goods flowing but with a redistribution of wealth The People can make better and more deliberat consumer discussions. I would like to see a resourced based economy, a Renaissance on education with critical thinkers taking the helm. We The People with the resources we need to keep the corporations in check.

    • Mark of Freedom March 21, 2023 Reply

      Before you can grasp what the Cestui Que Vie Trust is, you first must comprehend exactly what happens at birth.

      In summary, once the application for a Certificate of Live Birth is registered, it becomes the unclaimed Title of Deed to Real Property. Since it’s unclaimed, the state claims it and then creates the Birth Certificate as the “Legal Title” to it.

      Then the state sends the Birth Certificate to the Federal Government. Finally the Federal Government creates a bond on the Birth Certificate which is their payment slave bond to the Federal Reserve/IMF for the government’s bankruptcy debt.

      These actions are an unwritten, unexpressed Cestui Que Vie Trust. The state is the Executor, the Federal Government is the Trustee, and the Federal Reserve/IMF is the Beneficiary. The state is a constitutor, responsible for paying the debt of the U.S. Government to the Federal Reserve/IMF.

      You may learn more details by reading the top portion of any of our program pages.

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