Here’s the issue in a nutshell. We’ve been conned into having our money be the promissory notes of a private bank. That bank ‘Federal Reserve’ can issue more notes at anytime. The value of those news dollars comes from your dollars! They take the value of your money, not your money. The other basic problem is the United States Federal administration spends more than it receives via taxes. So Federal Reserve creates dollars to make up the difference.

Chart #1 (below) shows the rate that Federal Reserve and the U.S. administration create dollars (and steal your wealth). Chart #2 shows the increase of dollars/notes over the years. Not pretty.

U.S. Annual Inflation Rate: 7.5%

Annual changes in Fed Reserve dollar quantity - through 2017 July

Total Federal Reserve Dollars: 12.6 T

Line chart of Fed Reserve Dollar Quantity from 1959 to 2017, with callouts showing when total dollar quantity doubled. Current total is 12.6 Trillion

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