Friday, November 14, 2008

Ending the Contrived Financial Crisis

It all would start with abolishing the fraudulent privately owned Federal Reserve and sending The Fed's enforcement arm, the IRS, to the graveyard of crimes against the American people.

Why all the current fuss about who is to pay what percentage of their individual income in taxes to the IRS? Taxes on individual labor have never been legal and never will be.

No individual, no matter how much they honestly make, should pay a dime.

Talk about stimulating the economy. If 45% of tax revenue is from individuals, not collecting any of that puts approximately $1.125 trillion back into circulation. That might create a few jobs with all of the subsequent spending.

According to the Ronald Reagan directed 'Grace Commission'; "100% of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the Federal Debt ... all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on the services taxpayers expect from government." -Grace Commission report submitted to President Ronald Reagan - January 15, 1984

Ronald Reagan was promptly shot after he dared to criticize the Fed, on the same day
that the Pope was shot. After recovering, he changed his mind and praised the Fed. About
seven US Presidents have been assassinated for not cooperating with the Transatlantic
Banking Dynasties (William Henry Harrison, poisoned, in 1841, Zachary Taylor, Lincoln,
Garfield, McKinley and John F. Kennedy 1963; 7 if FDR's poisoning is counted).

Most of us feel sick when we realize that Not one dime of IRS money goes to the US
Gov't, according to Reagan's Grace Commission: it all goes to pay interest on a bogus
debt to the Private Federal Reserve (FED), just to allow paper money to circulate as
"Federal Reserve Notes". The Federal Reserve is a private Corporation eventually owned
by the Rockefellers and Rothschilds Dynasties through intermediary agents, designed to
suck the capital dry from the U.S., as the Rothschilds do in Europe. Read Billions for
the <> Bankers, Debts for the People
More Links at on Jekyll Island <> .

The final report of the 1984 Grace Commission, convened under President Ronald Reagan,
quietly admitted that none of the funds they collect from federal income taxes goes to
pay for any federal government services. The Grace Commission found that those funds
were being used to pay for interest on the federal debt, and income transfer payments to
beneficiaries of entitlement programs like federal pension plans. source

So if this is even close to being correct, all of our individual tax dollars goes to the illegal, no one officially knows who owns it, Federal Reserve. They create money from nothing and charge us interest on it. What a scam! Brilliant in its own way. The biggest, most costly crime in the history of the US and we allow it to continue.

"Thanks to JFK, there is an amendment, still on the books, that would take back control over the printing of US money; from the Federal Reserve Banks and restore that power to the people of the United States.

“On June 4, 1963, a virtually unknown Presidential decree, Executive Order 11110, was signed with the authority to basically strip the Federal Reserve Bank of its power to loan money to the United States Federal Government at interest. With the stroke of a pen, President Kennedy declared that the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank would soon be out of business. The Christian Law Fellowship has exhaustively researched this matter through the Federal Register and Library of Congress. We can now safely conclude that this Executive Order has never been repealed, amended, or superseded by any subsequent Executive Order. In simple terms, it is still valid.” source also see here.

While we're at it, we can slash the federal budget and save an untold amount of lives, U.S. and otherwise, in the process.

End the foreign wars. Bring all troops home. Shut down all military bases outside of the US. Eliminate the corporate stranglehold on the Pentagon for weapons of offensive mass destruction and whatever else the merchants of death push. $2.3 trillion was announced missing from the Pentagon on Sept. 10, 2001. I wonder how much has gone missing since then.

Admit to the War on Terror fraud and end it.

More cuts:

Eliminate the wasteful fraud of the Dept. of Homeland Security.

Also the Department of Education.

The scam of the War on Drugs.

Reorganize the CIA, FBI. The CIA is full of off the record, black budget corruptions.

Foreign aid? Start by cutting it all off, especially to the blood sucking state of Israel.

Etc, etc.

Take a look at the federal budget, here and here. There are so many areas of waste and fraud that it would be best to scrap it and start over.

On paper, ending the financial crisis is not that hard. Eliminate here, there and everywhere.

Of course we would have to make examples of the criminals who are the cause of the mess we are in. Indictments, trials, imprisonment and possibly even executions. Otherwise the entire corrupt process would begin all over again.

The hard part is the Federal Reserve, IRS and the criminal elements of the federal government won't go down without a hard bloody fight.

Are we up to it?


  1. $2.3 trillion was announced missing from the Pentagon on Sept. 10, 2001

    Actually, the amount was closer to $4.1 trillion.

    Read a PDF file about some of the Pentagon auditors who dug up that thievery and they claimed that in addition to the missing 2.3 trillion, there was another 1.8 trillion they couldn't account for, but ran out of funding before they could officially verify that number.

    Can't find the file right now, but will dig it up sooner or later and post it.

  2. Found the PDF file, but not sure how to email the damned thing.

    Was able to capture that part of the PDF file about the extra 1.8 trillion that was missing, but can't figure out how to send it???

    I'll try thru this post and hope it works.

    Shit, it won't copy and paste that 9/11 file about the extra 1.8 trillion missing.

    Uhh, do you have a email addy i can send this to?

    Forgive me, but when it comes to HTML stuff and computerese, I'm a dumbasss.

    If you had a throwawy email addy, i could send some of this 9/11 stuff to you.



  3. OK, let's try this it this way:

    Think I found the original report and the link necessary to dig out this theft and consequent murders to cover up the crimes.

    You should be able to get to the PDF file from the link below.

    Check out pages eight and nine.

    The PDF file is 29 pages long.


    Department of Defense

    Office of the Inspector General -- Audit

    Department-Level Accounting Entries for FY 1999 -- Report No. D-2000-179 (PDF)

    Date: August 18, 2000

    To obtain copies of Office of the Assistant Inspector General for Auditing Reports, contact the Secondary Reports Distribution Unit of the Analysis, Planning and Technical Support Directorate at (703) 604-8937 or FAX (703) 604-8932.

    The Chief Financial Officers Act of 1990 as amended by the Federal Financial Management Act of 1994, requires DoD to prepare annual audited financial statements. This is the third in a series of reports related to the DoD Agency-Wide financial statements for FY 1999. In Inspector General, DoD, Report No. D-2000-091, "Internal Controls and Compliance With Laws and Regulations for the DoD Agency-Wide Financial Statements for FY 1999," February 25, 2000, we identified $6.9 trillion of department-level accounting entries. An additional $0.7 trillion identified after the issuance of the first report, bringing the total to $7.6 trillion. On February 16, 2000, we issued a disclaimer of opinion on the DoD Agency-Wide financial statements for FY 1999.

    The Military Departments, Defense agencies, and the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) are responsible for the reliable processing of financial management data reported on the DoD financial statements. When DoD Components input data into the finance and accounting systems, the reliability of the data as they are further processed becomes the responsibility of DFAS. The DFAS centers provide finance and accounting support to DoD organizations, including maintaining department-level accounting records and preparing financial statements. The DFAS centers use amounts reported through the accounting systems and information collected from data calls and from other sources to compile the annual financial statements for DoD. The compilation process is complicated because much of the financial data submitted to the DFAS centers are not generated by integrated, transaction-driven, general ledger accounting systems.

    Our overall objective was to determine whether the DoD Agency-Wide financial statements for FY 1999 were prepared in accordance with Office of Management and Budget Bulletin No. 97-01, "Form and Content of Agency Financial Statements," October 16, 1996, as amended January 2000. In support of the objective, we identified the department-level accounting entries made to the DoD Component financial data that were used to prepare departmental reports and the DoD financial statements for FY 1999. We also reviewed the management control program as it related to the audit objective. This audit was originally announced under Project No. 0FI-2115.04.

    The DFAS centers processed approximately $7.6 trillion in department-level accounting entries to DoD Component financial data used to prepare departmental reports and DoD financial statements for FY 1999. Of the $7.6 trillion in department-level accounting entries, $3.5 trillion were supported with proper research, reconciliation, and audit trails. However, department-level accounting entries of $2.3 trillion were made to force financial data to agree with various sources of financial data without adequate research and reconciliation, were made to force buyer and seller data to agree in preparation for eliminating entries, did not contain adequate documentation and audit trails, or did not follow accounting principles. We identified but did not have adequate time or staff to review another $1.8 trillion in department-level accounting entries. The DoD Agency-Wide financial statements for FY 1999 were subject to a high risk of material misstatement. The sheer magnitude of department-level accounting entries required to compile the DoD financial statements for FY 1999 highlights the difficulties and problems that DoD encountered in attempting to produce accurate and reliable financial information using existing systems and processes. The largest number of department-level accounting entries were made for the Navy General Fund because DFAS Cleveland Center processed both monthly and year-end department-level accounting entries for the Navy General Fund. For details of the audit results, see the Finding section of the report. See Appendix A for details of the management control program as it relates to the processing of department-level accounting entries.

    We recommend that the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) establish an implementation strategy to eliminate unsupported department-level accounting entries and to minimize other department-level accounting entries to the data used to compile the DoD financial statements.

    The Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) agreed that DoD lacked integrated financial and non-financial feeder systems that would minimize the need for department-level accounting entries to prepare financial statements. He stated that DoD has drafted an implementation strategy to address the issue of unsupported accounting entries during the preparation of financial statements. He also stated that the $1.4 trillion of accounting entries for the Navy General Fund were related to Marine Corps budgetary data that are entered and later reversed, and the data have no impact on the official Navy General Fund financial statements. See the Finding section for a discussion of management comments, and the Management Comments section for the text of the comments.

    The Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) comments on the recommendation are responsive, but the statement regarding the $1.4 trillion of Navy General Fund accounting entries is incorrect. Only approximately $948 billion of the accounting entries were related to Marine Corps appropriations, and not all of the accounting entries affecting Marine Corps appropriations came from budgetary data. DFAS Cleveland Center was given the opportunity to provide evidence documenting the reversal of the accounting entries and was not able to do so. Our audit of accounting entries for the FY 2000 financial reporting cycle will include a more detailed review of the process the DFAS Cleveland Center uses to make accounting entries for the Marine Corps budgetary data.

  4. Greg,
    Thanks for the additional info and the trouble you went through.

    $1.8 trillion they didn't have time or money to review. We'll never know the full extent of the crimes.

    I've saved the PDF for reference.