Own Debt is Spiraling into Infinity
In 1910 the U. S. Federal debt was only $1 billion, or $12.40 per citizen.
State and local debts were practically non-existent.
By 1920, after only six years of Federal Reserve shenanigans, the Federal
debt had jumped to $24 billion, or $228 per person.
In 1960 the Federal debt reached $284 billion, or $1,575 per citizen
and state and local debts were mushrooming.
In 1998 the Federal debt passed $5.5 trillion, or $20,403.90 per every
man woman and child and is growing exponentially.
State and local debts are increasing as fast Federal debts. However,
they are too cunning to take the title to everything at once. They instead
leave us with some "illusion of ownership" so you and your
children will continue to work and pay the bankers more of your earnings
on ever increasing debts. The "establishment" has captured
our people with their debt-money system as certainly as if they had marched
in with an uniformed army.
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