The Federal Reserve Explained in 7 Minutes

Is the Federal Reserve a government institution? How and when was this central bank of the United States formed? Why are US citizens forced to divulge all their financial information under penalty of law, yet that of the Federal Reserve remains veiled? The following short video sheds light on this otherwise dark banking enigma.

For more information on this shady outfit, read this brief article on exactly how the Federal Reserve System works. And see a simple, illustrated example of the subtle fleecing of the US currency system since the Fed’s inception.

What Really Happened in Benghazi?

Why are officials in high places, from the former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, David Petraeus to the former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton (and now the current Secretary of State, John Kerry) either refusing to testify, or being blocked from testifying in a congressional hearing aimed at finding out what really happened on September 11, 2012, when 4 US diplomats, including US Ambassador Christopher Stevens, were killed during the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya? CBS news provides a comprehensive timeline of the events, as they unfolded and the US responses as officially reported. However, mounting evidence shows there’s much more at stake here, and those at the top have strong motives to keep it covered up. As CNBC reports in the clip below, “Benghazi is about the NSC directing an operation …. that takes arms and men and puts them into Syria in the guise of the Free Syrian Army.”

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90% of All Deaths In War are CIVILIANS

The United States is responsible for 41% of the worlds total military spending. The next largest in spending are China, accounting for 8.2%; Russia, 4.1%; and the United Kingdom and France, both 3.6%. . . . If all military . . . costs are included, annual [US] spending amounts to $1 trillion . . . . According to the DOD fiscal year 2012 base structure report, The DOD manages global property of more than 555,000 facilities at more than 5,000 sites, covering more than 28 million acres. The United States maintains 700 to 1000 military bases or sites in more than 100 countries. . . .

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