The House of Rothschild, the Freemasons & the Federal Reserve Cartel

In 1789 Alexander Hamilton became the first Treasury Secretary of the United States. Hamilton was one of many Founding Fathers who were Freemasons.  He had close relations with the Rothschild family which owns the Bank of England and leads the European Freemason movement. George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, John Jay, Ethan Allen, Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, John Brown and Roger Sherman were all Masons. Roger Livingston helped Sherman and Franklin write the Declaration of Independence. He gave George Washington his oaths of office while he was Grand Master of the New York Grand Lodge of Freemasons.  Washington himself was Grand Master of the Virginia Lodge. Of the General Officers in the Revolutionary Army, thirty-three were Masons. This was highly symbolic since 33rd Degree Masons become Illuminated. [1] Populist founding fathers led by John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and Thomas Paine — none of whom were Masons — wanted to […] Read More

Lessons From Central Bank Crisis Management (Intervention) During Wall Street’s First Crash (1792)

The New York Fed’s historical appreciation society has looked back at what was likely the US’ first crash and foud that Alexander Hamilton’s actions in 1792 which they claim “appears to have effectively managed the crisis with little or no long-term spillover to the economy,” has now become the blueprint for manipulative intervention until this day by the central planners who know far better than ‘us’ collectively… Authored by James Narron and David Skeie of Liberty Street Economics. As we observed in our last post on the Continental Currency Crisis, the finances of the United States remained chaotic through the 1780s as the young government moved to establish its credit. U.S. Congress was finally given the power of taxation in 1787 and, in 1789, Alexander Hamilton was appointed as the first Secretary of the Treasury. Hamilton moved quickly to begin paying off war debts and to establish a national […] Read More