America died and no one had to bury her.
The exact date of her death… December 23, 1913. That’s the day Congress illegally gave its right to create money over to the private bankers. They named the group of banks the Federal Reserve System. They called it “Federal” so people would be fooled into thinking it was a government institution.
From that point on private bankers had the power to create money out of thin air, loan it to the U.S., and the taxpayers would have to pay back the loan with interest. From that point on these “Great United States” were owned lock, stock and barrel by private bankers. Some of these banks were not even American banks. While we were asleep, America died and a new “soul” was put in place.
If you ever wonder why we (and the rest of the civilized world) are in a state of constant war, just look at who makes the big bucks from continual war. The international bankers lend money to both sides of every conflict. They don’t care who wins or how many babies are burned alive. They still get their money and their control of the country.
And since this is the 4th of July, let’s take a look at what our public education system has produced. Please don’t EVER tell me it’s the politicians that are ruining this country. Look at who’s putting them in power.
If you can’t solve a problem after a reasonable amount of time has passed, you know one thing for certain: you don’t have the correct reason for the problem. You can’t make the car go if you rotate the tires when the real reason is it’s out of gas. How long have the problems that plague mankind been going on? Too long. It’s time to stop rotating the tires and find out what’s really wrong. Only then can we truly fix things.
When I wrote this song I was very concerned about the loss of America — the loss of Freedom. I’m still optimistic because I believe as long as you keep fighting you will eventually win. How do we fight?
“Educate and inform the whole mass of the people… They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty.”
— Thomas Jefferson