(in charge of USA cookie jar)

The reality of the situation regarding who is in charge of the World's hard assets - its REAL wealth - is so simple it has to be covered in complications so no one will understand it. That way it becomes a far too tangled web for most people to even ATTEMPT to untangle as no one has the time and everyone is themselves entangled. The bottom line is that the money of the World is in the hands of a group of people who have been accurately described as "creatures from Jekyll Island". Alan Greenspan, who presently [Nov 2002] heads the Federal Reserve, is a personification of one of those creatures.

Every once in awhile a "pronouncement" comes down from "on high" from the current head of the Federal Reserve, a position that empowers one with the ability to raise and lower "extortion rates", otherwise known as "interest rates" or "usury" which in effect affect everyone. One minute you can afford your mortgage - next minute you can't - that kind of thing. One minute your country is solvent - next minute - like in Argentina recently - your loan is called and you're foreclosed on. It's done to countries the same way it's done to individuals.

For example, this week* the creature from Jekyll Island - or should I say the head of the Federal Reserve - monosyllably described the situation of USA's debt. He revealed some "numbers" in a speech to HIS handlers, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)- another "shadow" organization whose members are all in elected and unelected positions of great power and influence in America. Its counterparts elsewhere in the world are the infamous Bilderbergers and the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA). But those are other stories - suffice it to say they exist and an internet search would provide hours of reading.

Ongoingly Orwell Today will attempt to explain - as concisely and simply as possible - the entities known as the Federal Reserve, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), among others. Toward that goal, the first entry is an excerpt from Chapter 1 of a book entitled THE CREATURE FROM JEKYLL ISLAND. It is expected that readers will then begin pursuing their own search for information and explanations that help toward their understanding of this very complex issue that in reality is very simple.

The following is a the best explanation of the Federal Reserve I've come across so far:

JOHN F KENNEDY vs THE FEDERAL RESERVE (...The FED basically works like this: The government granted its power to create money to the FED banks. They create money, then loan it back to the government charging interest. The government levies income taxes to pay the interest on the debt. On this point, it's interesting to note that the Federal Reserve Act and the sixteenth amendment, which gave congress the power to collect income taxes, were both passed in 1913. The incredible power of the FED over the economy is universally admitted. Some people, especially in the banking and academic communities, even support it. On the other hand, there are those, such as President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, that have spoken out against it....)

A shorter explanation which is also excellent is from Chapter One of the book CREATURE FROM JEKYLL ISLAND. The quote is from Anthony Sutton:

"Warburg's revolutionary plan to get American Society to go to work for Wall Street was astonishingly simple. Even today,...academic theoreticians cover their blackboards with meaningless equations, and the general public struggles in bewildered confusion with inflation and the coming credit collapse, while the quite simple explanation of the problem goes undiscussed and almost entirely uncomprehended. The Federal Reserve System is a legal private monopoly of the money supply operated for the benefit of the few under the guise of protecting and promoting the public interest.--"

To read the rest of the chapter - which introduces the genesis of the Federal Reserve system that enslaves Americans and their descendents to creatures from this creature, go to the following link:

THE CREATURE FROM JEKYLL ISLAND (excerpts from Chapter One specifically addressing the creation of the Federal Reserve System)

Getting informed involves turning off the telescreen while you still can. Other stories and links will be added as time permits. ~ Jackie Jura

Palin addresses Wall Street Financial Crisis (presses how important that America remain the strongest financial market in the world). Fox, Sep 14, 2008



Greenspan urges Social Security cuts (reduce benefits to retirees & keep raising retirement age). MyWay, Feb 26, 2004. Go to 8.Classes of People

MONEY SLAVES (a reader says that's what we are). Feb 13, 2004. Go to 11.Ministry of Plenty (Starvation) & CASHLESS SOCIETY

Greenspan defends Chicom's trade surplus (resulting in 2.8 million US job losses due to slave labour & floating currency). Wash Times, Dec 11, 2003. Go to 10.Rulers & 8.Classes & RED CHINA & CAPITALISTS

Argentina has starving babies (corrupt gov't & foreign bankers destroyed world's foodbasket). National Post, Jan 18, 2003. Go to 4.Old World Destruction

THE CREATURE FROM JEKYLL ISLAND (excerpts from Chapter One specifically addressing the creation of the Federal Reserve System)

JFK & THE FEDERAL RESERVE (going to smash into a thousand pieces)

*Greenspan: Global Economy in Slump ("but our economy is still growing despite $8-trillion loss in stock market"). Newsday, Nov 20, 2002
Fed Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said yesterday that the economy is stuck - here and around the world. "Nobody's doing anything, or MOST everybody's doing nothing... The rest of the world is worse off than the United States". Europe is slipping into a recession and Japan remains mired in a downturn that has included four recessions in the past decade. The USA trade imbalance narrowed slightly to $38-billion in September as imports to the USA fell from $120.8-billion to $120.2-billion while USA exports fell from $82.5-billion to $82.2-billion. The smaller deficit is not a positive sign but rather "a reflection of weak economic growth all over the world," said chief economist for National Association of Manufacturers. "The modest decline came because imports fell faster than exports." One reason for the slow recovery is that the recent recession was so mild, Greenspan said. "What was different about this recession is that it didn't have much contraction. Without much contraction, it's difficult to get much traction ...The general view is that, as the fed funds rate gets closer and closer to the zero, that at zero we are out of business but that is not the case" ...As he has for much of the past year, Greenspan marveled at the resilience of the USA economy in light of the hammering it has taken from the collapse of the high-tech boom, the decline of the stock market and the terrorist attacks. "Despite the draining impact of a loss of $8-trillion of stock market wealth, a sharp contraction in capital investment and, of course, the tragic events of Sep 11, 2001, our economy is still growing" he said... Greenspan remained optimistic about the economy over the long term "once we get beyond the geopolitical risks of the moment".

READER'S LETTER (explaining corporate scandal)

Jackie Jura
~ an independent researcher monitoring local, national and international events ~