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Crimes Hidden in Plan View



Today, most American students don't even understand what a central bank is, much less that the battle over central banks is one of the most important themes in U.S. history. </FONT>



The truth is that our nation was birthed in the midst of a conflict over taxation and the control of our money. Central banking has played a key role in nearly all of the wars that America has fought.



Presidents that resisted the central bankers were shot, while others shamefully caved in to their demands.



Our current central bank is called the Federal Reserve and it is about as federalas Federal Express is.



The truth is that it is a privately-owned financial institution that is designed to ensnare the U.S. government in an endlessly expanding spiral of debt from which there is no escape.



The Federal Reserve caused the Great Depression and the Federal Reserve is at the core of our current economic crisis. None of these things is taught to students in America's schools today.



Federal Reserve Causes Middle East Unrest


It's being reported that the main reason people are rioting in the Middle East is high food costs. So what caused the high food costs?



Some interesting information is popping up these days with the main stream media putting it out as far apart as possible.



To start lets take a look at some facts:



Libya army transport deal frozen after US approval



UN hypocrites ban arms sale to Libya -- Too little, too late?



Congressional leaders push Obama administration for more aggressive Libya response




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