On May 23, 1933, Congressman, Louis T. McFadden, brought
formal charges against the Board of Governors of
the Federal Reserve Bank system,
The Comptroller of the Currency and the Secretary of United States Treasury for numerous criminal acts,
including but not limited to,
Congressman McFadden's Speech On the Federal Reserve Corporation.
New York City,
December 17, 1913"'My Dear Senator Weeks: "'Throughout my public life I have supported all measures designed to take the Government out of the banking business. This bill puts the Government into the banking business as never before in our history. "'The powers vested in the Federal Reserve Board seen to me highly dangerous especially where there is political control of the Board. I should be sorry to hold stock in a bank subject to such dominations. The bill as it stands seems to me to open the way to a vast inflation of the currency. "'I had hoped to support this bill, but I cannot vote for it cause it seems to me to contain features and to rest upon principles in the highest degree menacing to our prosperity, to stability in business, and to the general welfare of the people of the United States.
Very Truly Yours,
Henry Cabot Lodge.'"
The Federal Reserve-A Corrupt Institution
PRESIDENT JACKSON'S TIME
THE GREAT DEPRESSION
The Scheme of the Fed
Money for the Scottish Distillers
THE UNITED STATES HAS BEEN RANSACKED
The Bankers' Acceptance Racket
The John Law Swindle
Ivar Kreuger, the Match King!
Thieves Go Scot Free
World Enslavement Planned
Roosevelt and the International Bankers
Roosevelt Seizes the Gold
Roosevelt's Two Kinds of Laws
Enemies of the People They Rob
"The fact that they made that assertion while they were fomenting their conspiracy against the United States that they like to see a human being, especially an American, stumbling from hunger when he walks.
"The International Bankers have always hated our pensioners. A man with a small pension is a ward of the Government. He is not dependent upon them for a salary or wages. They cannot control him. They do not like him. It gave them great pleasure, therefore, to slash the veterans.
"But FDR will never do anything to embarrass his financial supporters. He will cover up the crimes of the Fed.
"Before he was elected, Mr. Roosevelt advocated a return to the earlier practices of the Fed, thus admitting its corruptness. The Democratic platform advocated a change in the personnel of the Fed. These were campaign bait. As a prominent Democrat lately remarked to me; "There is no new deal. The same old crowd is in control."
"The claims of foreign creditors of the Fed have no validity in law. The foreign creditors were the receivers- and the willing receivers- of stolen goods! They have received through their banking fences immense amounts of currency, and that currency was unlawfully taken from the United States Treasury by the Fed.
"England discovered the irregularities of the Fed quite early in its operations and through fear, apparently, the Fed have for years suffered themselves to be blackmailed and dragooning England to share in the business of the Fed.
Conspiracy of War Debts
"So far as the U.S. is concerned, the gambling counters have no legal standing. The U.S. Treasury cannot be compelled to make good the gambling ventures of the corrupt and dishonest Fed. Still less should the bank deposits of the U.S. be used for that purpose.
"Why should the foreigners be made preferred creditors of the bankrupt U.S.?
"Let the Fed meet their own obligations.
Federal Reserve Pays No Taxes
Preferred Treatment for Foreigners
Crimes and Criminals
"Attacks on McFadden's Life Reported"
|Now that this sterling American patriot has made the Passing, it can be revealed that not long after his public utterance against the encroaching powers of Judah, it became known among his intimates that he had suffered two attacks against his life. |
The first attack came in the form of two revolver shots fired at him from ambush as he was alighting from a cab in front of one of the Capital hotels. Fortunately both shots missed him, the bullets burying themselves in the structure of the cab.
"He became violently ill after partaking of food at a political banquet at Washington. His life was only saved from what was subsequently announced as a poisoning by the presence of a physician friend at the banquet, who at once procured a stomach pump and subjected the Congressman to emergency treatment."