Video: It’s A Wonderful Lie — 100 Years of the Federal Reserve

Ahhh…It’s wonderful lie…er, life!  It was just 100 years ago that the Federal Reserve System, the trumped up, corporate cabal that squeezed nearly of life out of America, came into being.  And it nearly killed people then!

One hundred years later, in 2013, the Federal Reserve is alive still, but now we know its villainy, and it will go…finally!

Frank Capra produced It’s a Wonderful Life in 1946, and the most memoratable character in it, not for his kind heart but for his treachery, was Mr. Potter, the bankster who worked through the Federal Reserve to take away the nation’s wealth.

David Knight of has the story.
The story is told starting with a familiar film clip.  Mr. Henry F. Potter, the president of the Building and Loan Association in the 1946 film It’s a Wonderful Life, has very striking similarities to the modern day banksters.
Download the film by first moving your mouse over this link.  Then depress the button on the mouse to start the transfer at data.

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