With the U.S. Senate’s rejection of Rand Paul’s latest attempt to force the Federal Reserve to open its books for a congressional audit, that super-secret corporation’s control over the country’s supply of currency will continue without oversight.
As reported by The New American’s Alex Newman on the day after the vote:
Democrats and one Republican in the U.S. Senate joined forces on January 12 to protect the secretive central bank from transparency and accountability, voting down the enormously popular “Audit the Fed” legislation that would have opened up the controversial bank’s books to government auditors.
There is no way that the corporatists in control of the currency of the United States of America are going to give even a glancing look at its operations to the representatives of the people whose economics lives they’ve manipulated without meddling for over a century.
Given the federal government’s drive to co-mingle the money of the U.S. treasury with that of third-world countries of Asia and Europe as part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), it is urgent that the American people persuade their elected representatives to force the Fed to own up to the damage it and the shadowy coterie of global bankers who own it have done to the economic well-being of the United States.
First, the unelected governors of the unconstitutional central bank have an absolute stranglehold and monopoly over the flow of our nation’s money and credit. Not once since its inception in 1913 has there ever been a thorough audit or an accounting to Congress about its activities.
This article was posted: Monday, January 25, 2016 at 8:41 am