Federal Reserve is Private, Not Federal

The chances are that you never learned anything about the Central Bank of the United States in Economics 101. In fact, I’ll wager your college professor couldn’t explain the money system. Imagine that.

Once I interviewed ten different bank officers while preparing material for my first privacy book, Privacy Crisis and made a startling discovery: not one of these ten banking executives knew the true source of their money. Think about it. All ten thought the Fed was owned by the Federal Government. It is not. It is a private corporation formed in December, 1913 to set monetary policy for the U.S.

The Federal Reserve Act was sneaked into law near Christmas in December, 1913 while few were paying attention.

The Federal Reserve essentially creates money from debt-out of thin air at the request of the U.S. Treasury, and loans this money back to Treasury at interest.

Eustace Mullins who is now deceased wrote Secrets of the Federal Reserve and traced ownership of the Fed to the same families who have had an interest in other Central Banks of the World. The book is a quick read and a valuable reference tool that will come in handy when you have to prove that a cartel of private bankers, have ruined your purchasing power through irresponsible spending and the creation of money from debt.

The reason most don’t understand the meaning of the U.S. Central Banking system remains a mystery though my suspicion is that the clever name assigned to this private money from thin air, instant credit machine has a good deal to do with the high level of ignorance that continues to exist about the money and banking system.

Now that the dollar has lost approximately 97% of its value since the Fed was formed and continues to lose more as the currency is further diluted through bailouts and excessive spending on every front imaginable, people are paying attention, and more and more understand the problems associated with a fiat money system.

As a fradulent money system is dependent on additional money creation to keep the Ponzi scheme afloat, human beings as tax payer slaves become collateral rather than commodity assets. Once this concept is understood, it becomes clear why freedoms and personal privacy are destroyed under the guise of any number of ruses. Is the current marriage between the private Federal Reserve and the U.S. Government the definition of fascism?

It is possible to live under the radar while participating in the system. And many are able to accomplish banking secrecy in the U.S.A. and hold investments anonymously.

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Thanks for reading.

Grant Hall

Home Privacy and How to Disappear Completely

Relationships are key to home privacy. Establish a working relationship with the property manager or owner of the house or apartment that you and your family want to rent while making certain your personal privacy is respected, and your name, address, Social Security number, and financial information must not entered into the credit bureau databases. How does one rent anonymously? It may be an easier task than you think though this important privacy tactic will normally take more time than the average person spends to find an apartment or house to rent.

Seek out entrepreneurial managers and owners, not inflexible types who insist on invading your personal and business privacy. Searching publications’ homes and apartments for rent and following up with telephone interviews will yield a group of candidates. Often explaining your privacy needs and making a great first impression on the telephone and in person will persuade the property owner/manager to cut corners on your behalf. However, expect to spend some extra time to obtain home privacy, and as I have said many times, privacy is always more expensive than living as the masses live. Time is money and it takes extra time to seek out those who will rent to you with few privacy invasions.

Take your home privacy seriously as it is the cornerstone of your personal and business privacy program and will provide many worthwhile benefits that the masses seldom enjoy. You will avoid identity theft as identity thieves will not be able to associate your name with your home address. And if you are going to use your true name, make sure your name and home address are not entered into databases that will reveal this sacred information. When you are seeking the highest level of personal privacy possible, it is imperative that you learn how to change your identity and use an alternate name for unofficial purposes, and your home privacy is strengthened as you create a new identity for privacy living purposes.

Our privacy living series is a free e-mail course that may be of interest as you learn to live privately.

Grant Hall

Author, Privacy Crisis Series of books

Grant Hall on Protecting Financial Privacy and Preventing Identity Theft

Keeping finances and property ownership a secret will protect identity and prevent identity theft and help you avoid privacy invasions.

Financial Privacy is a core privacy principle for all privacy advocates and will prevent bank identity theft and make you and your family and your property invisible.

Exercising your right to financial privacy is imperative as you attempt to protect your privacy from a number of predators who may wish to harm or steal from you and your family. Potential kidanppers will not be able to identify you as a worthwhile target when your bank secrecy and home privacy measures are in place. Use home privacy and banking privacy as described in the Privacy Crisis series.

Identity Theft Prevention is a huge benefit derived from obtaining home privacy. Of particular interest to many today is how to prevent a thief from stealing your identity in order to receive medical treatment under your name or the name of a family member. Preventing medical identity theft is a priority today as this form of identity theft is the white collar crime of choice among many identity thieves. Keep insurance policy names, numbers, group names, and the identities of all covered members private until the services are rendered. Refuse to provide policy information over the telephone to medical providers and do not provide Social Security Numbers, home addresses, home land line telephone numbers to providers. Instead, substitute mail drops, voice mail numbers, and omit the SSN for personal privacy reasons. These types of identity theft prevention tactics are necessary as many identity thieves have worked for medical providers and some have taken these jobs to gain  access to patients’ records.

These articles on how to prevent identity theft may be of interest as you learn to live privately.



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Privacy Crisis Banking provides financial privacy principles and banking privacy resources for the business manager or individual who wants to practice bank secrecy and keep money and investment affairs private.

Grant Hall