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Should the Fed Repent?

Should the Federal Reserve Central Bank Return to the American people what they've stolen?

  • Yes - stolen wealth should be returned, they've committed either moral or legal crimes

    Votes: 2 100.0%
  • No - the spoils go to the victor, crime pays and "white colar" crime should pay big time

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • No - nothing was stolen, everyone gave it to them of our own free will and not under duress

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    2
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FunnyMoney

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#1
Being an appropriate time of year to come clean and save oneself from eternal damnation and eternal suffering, a question must be asked.

For every 2 cents in existance, 98 cents have been fabricated and stolen, much of that wealth converted to other hidden and unhidden assets at appropriately selected times when the currency would buy stocks and industries while they were at their cheapest.

The owners of the central bank have converted this stolen wealth into: gold, commodities, lands, businesses, industries, real estate, artwork and numerous other things of value.

In addition, salary payments, support structure expenses, graft, bribes and political donations have been paid out using stolen funds.

Stealing from the general populace by way of fraud and unconstitutional, secret, conspiratorial methods is at least a moral crime, if not actually a legal crime as well.

So the question is up for members to discuss...

Should the Fed come clean and admit to their abuses, which have led to the suffering and even deaths of untold proportions, should the Fed make restitution?

Here's the choices:

Yes - stolen wealth should be returned, they've committed either moral or legal crimes
No - the spoils go to the victor, crime pays and "white colar" crime should pay big time
No - nothing was stolen, everyone gave it to them of our own free will and not under duress.
 

Aurumag

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#2
You omitted the 4th choice:

Hang 'em high.

Since the "money" they conjured is ethereal, they can take it all with them.