For several years now, I have been telling everyone that Trump controls the Federal Reserve and that they are doing his bidding.
The Rothschilds are no longer the puppet masters of the most powerful central bank in the world.
Trump is now THEIR master.
The Rothschilds have completely controlled the entire global financial system for many generations. They created the Federal Reserve to be the most powerful central bank on the planet in order to control every government in every country.
By controlling the money supply of every nation, the Rothschilds made the entire population of the world debt slaves, as every government borrowed money from Rothschild-controlled central banks in order to finance everything, up to and including wars, their most profitable venture.
Going back to the Napoleonic Wars, where they manipulated the English Pound Sterling Bonds by causing a panic sell and buyback, thus giving them full control of the Bank of England while also putting the English Empire into massive debt, they have financed every side of all wars. In fact, they were even funding both sides of WW1 and WW2 before establishing the US dollar as the global reserve currency.
How did they do it?
They established a gold standard again for global currencies, which had fallen apart during WW1, as countries hoarded their gold rather than fulfilling their contractual obligations to one another. After WW2, the United States held the largest gold reserves, paving the way for the standard to come.
Bretton Woods Agreement
Touted as a way to create a global gold standard for currencies, the Bretton Woods Agreement pegged the US Dollar to a gold standard, making it the world’s reserve currency.
At this moment, the Federal Reserve became the most powerful bank on the planet.
The Rothschilds control of the world’s currency gave them control of everything.
Then came Trump.
Many of us know some history of Trump before he was president, and remember him filing for bankruptcy several times. He didn’t file for personal bankruptcy, but rather for chapter eleven for several of his businesses, and seemed to come out of it stronger.
That is because I believe Trump is a master of bankruptcy laws.
How do you free the world of the stranglehold the Rothschilds have over the entire global financial system?
How do you bring down the whole corrupt global debt system so you can replace it?
You bankrupt the system.
As a famous saying goes,
“When you owe the bank three hundred thousand dollars and can’t pay it back, you are in trouble. But when you owe the bank three hundred million dollars and can’t pay it back, then the bank is in trouble.”
The world is drowning in debt. Three hundred trillion dollars of debt, to be precise.
None of it can be paid back, which is why the enemy is desperate for a global reset, allowing them to confiscate all the assets. All of OUR assets.
But, as we know, Trump is always ten steps ahead of them.
How did Trump take control of the Federal Reserve away from the Rothschilds?
It started when he was first elected. The president is the one who appoints the board of governors to the Federal Reserve. There are seven total governors on the board, and when Trump was elected, there were already two vacancies that Obama had left for Hillary Clinton—his presumed successor—to fill.
‘They never thought she would lose.’
We then got three more resignations, including some that look like they may have been forced by Trump himself, such as Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer, who stepped down in 2017.
According to Benzinga,
The Federal Reserve will lose an influential centrist with the resignation of Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer, according to a letter sent Wednesday to President Donald Trump.
Fischer will retire from the Board of Governors by Oct. 13 for “personal reasons,” leaving his leadership post one year early and cutting his general term with the Fed two years short.
So, two vacancies and three early resignations allowed Trump to appoint five of the seven governors to the board of the Federal Reserve during his tenure.
Then Trump pulled a genius move. He appointed Jerome Powell, who was already on the board of governors, to the position of chairman, replacing Janet Yellen, who was Obama’s appointment. That freed up another vacant position on the board of governors, which gave him six out of seven total positions and near full control of the Federal Reserve.
Speaking of Trump being a genius, here’s a short interview of James Rickards describing to perfection what Trump has done:
Trump controls the Fed and Powell is now his puppet.
Don’t believe me?
Not many people caught this important news story from November 2019.
According to Zerohedge:
Moments ago, the Fed announced that in a previously unannounced meeting that was not on the official White House calendar, Fed Chair Powell met with Trump and Mnuchin at the White House "to discuss the economy, growth, employment and inflation", marking the second face-to-face meeting between the world's two most powerful people amid Trump's relentless criticism of the central bank. As a reminder, Powell had dinner with the president in February and the two have spoken by telephone since.
An unannounced meeting that also wasn’t on the White House schedule?
Several face-to-face talks, dinner together and phone calls? Nothing to see here, folks!
They talked about inflation?
Interesting, considering inflation was unleashed on the Biden Administration AFTER Trump left office and it has now helped trigger the collapse of the central banks debt system.
How’s that for timing?
So with Trump appointing all but one member of the board of governors over the Federal Reserve and the chairman he appointed cozying up to him, should it have been a surprise when this huge news hit?
Trump Rolls the Fed Into the Treasury
This was a massive story back in March 2020, right before Trump’s presumed imminent re-election, but it wasn’t talked about much in the media—aside from some of the financial media—and almost nobody knows about it.
I believe Trump used the plandemic the enemy launched on the world as the excuse he needed to roll the Federal Reserve into the US Treasury, which the President controls as part of the Executive Branch . . .