The Constitution vests the power over money with Congress.

Congress gives this power to the banks.

In the last 10 years, banks have added an average of $500 billion

to the money supply per year.

This is a huge amount of power that Congress has given away.


The banks have shown that they’re incapable of using this power responsibly,

or in the widest economic interest.


Instead they’ve wasted most of it by pumping it into a series of unproductive bubbles.


The loss to the nation is truly enormous,

especially considering the opportunity cost of the real wealth

that could be created with first use of that money.




Egilsstaðir, 19.08.2011 jg