H.R. 2990: National Emergency Employment Defense Act of 2011 (End The Federal Reserve Bill ?)

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H.R. 2990: National Emergency Employment Defense Act of 2011 (End The Federal Reserve Bill ?)

19) The creation of money by private financial institutions as interest-bearing debts should cease once and for all.

(20) Reclaiming the power of the Federal Government to originate money, and to spend or lend money into circulation as needed, eliminates the need to treat money as a Federal liability or to pay interest charges on the Nation’s money supply to financial institutions; it also removes the undue influence of private financial institutions over public policy.

(21) Under the current Federal Reserve System, the persons responsible for the conduct of United States monetary policy have been unaccountable to the Congress and the Nation, have resisted auditing by the Government Accountability Office, and have claimed exemptions from some Federal statutes, including the Civil Rights Act of 1964, that apply to all agencies of the Federal Government.

(22) The implementation of United States monetary policy by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System has failed to promote full employment, and the failure of the Board of Governors to safeguard the financial system against wholesale fraud and abuse of citizens, demonstrates the risks of maintaining a system wherein the power to create and regulate money has been delegated to private individuals who are unaccountable to the People of the United States in any way, even through their representatives in Congress.

(23) An examination of the historical record demonstrates that the exercise of control by the United States Government over the money system has provided greater moderation in the supply of money and promoting the general welfare, and has been indispensable in times of national emergency for generating resources required to support public investment, provide for national defense, and promote the general welfare, and is therefore superior to private control over the money system.

(24) As our money system is a key pillar in maintaining general economic welfare and as the Federal Reserve System and its private banking partners has consistently failed to promote or preserve the general welfare, it is essential that Congress, in the name of protecting the economic lives of the American people and the long-term security of our Nation, reassume the powers and responsibilities granted to it by the Constitution.

Link To Full Text of Bill: https://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=h112-2990

Edited by: Wizard on Nov 8, 2014 - 5:03am
Sat, Oct 8, 2011 - 12:11am
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Technically this would be a

Technically this would be a good step forward, but on the other hand it hands monetary control directly to congress. Theoretically it could be used either as a bridge to re-establish a metal standard, or it could be abused to give congress unlimited spending power and lead us straight to Weimar through endless bridges to nowhere.


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