In a press conference in 1965, France President Charles de Gaulle warned about the central problem still facing the world 50 years later: the U.S. dollar being accepted as the world currency in international trade.

This was evidently and continues to be a great advantage for the U.S. Anyone can imagine he would be the richest man in town, if he would print money at home and the whole town would accept it as their money.

As Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild said:
"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes its laws."
The U.S. got the power to issue the currency that has been accepted as real money all over the world since the Bretton Woods treaty in 1945.

When it was signed the U.S. dollar was backed by gold - any country or individual could convert it into gold.

This was of course just a TRICK... if all those holding dollars would demand it to be converted into gold, the U.S. Federal Reserve couldn't do it, nor could the U.S. government.

But the "gold-backed dollar" gave an impression, an "image", of value for those idiots who believed in it.

On August 15, 1971, the United States unilaterally terminated the so-called convertibility of the dollar to gold. From 1971 on, the dollar became just a piece of paper, no longer redeemable.

Nowadays, the U.S. imports as much they want and pay with... treasury bonds, pieces of Din A4 paper, very nicely printed, with a face value of 'millions of dollars'.

Importing as much one wants and paying with a piece of self-printed paper was a great idea... for conning everyone in the world.

But dollar issuance is NOT the responsibility of the U.S. government, but rather of the Federal Reserve, an institution founded in 1913 to represent the interests of PRIVATE BANKS belonging to closely-connected banking dynasties.

(Text: AMHIRO)