American Panic Led to the Creation and Expansion of the Corrupt Federal Reserve System

The Federal Reserve System was created after the “Panic of 1907” and ever since its inception in 1913, the Fed is one of the most powerful modern central banks in the world. Moreover, the Fed has always been either celebrated or criticized for stepping in whenever the U.S. is stricken with some kind of fear. During the coronavirus outbreak, the central bank has unleashed a massive number of monetary easing tactics, which has prompted editors from Wikipedia to add updated information to the Fed’s Wiki page. The central bank’s page now states: “[the] COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 [has] led to the expansion of the roles and responsibilities of the Federal Reserve System.”

Panic at the Knickerbocker Trust – 1907

During the last few months, Americans have witnessed the power of the Federal Reserve’s shenanigans as the central bank has created trillions of dollars out of thin air. The expansion of the Fed’s balance sheet has ballooned to upwards of $6.9 trillion and the bank slashed the benchmark interest rate to zero percent. U.S. citizens have been indoctrinated to believe that the central bank is there to protect the country’s monetary system and keep it stable.

Bank runs were rampant in 1907 and it stemmed from the public’s mistrust in bankers who were using deposits for side bets and bucket shops.

The Fed is also a secretive bank that works very closely with private dealers, smaller financial incumbents, and the country’s largest asset manager Blackrock. Since the very creation of the Fed in 1913, a group of America’s banking and corporate elite used a specific panic to make the public believe that the central bank would keep them safe. However, the Fed was initiated by the very people who destroyed the American economy in 1907 as a cartel of bankers used fear to get the populace on board with fraudulent schemes.

The fall of Knickerbocker Trust made the Panic of 1907 worse and JP Morgan stepped in with a number of New York bankers to provide the…

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