Senator Makes Call to Arms Against Federal Reserve then Commits Suicide

The Federal Reserve is a privately owned banking system which controls our nations currency and is not under the jurisdiction of the U.S. government, it is controlled by the bankers for the financial gain of the bankers rather than for the good of we the people. This morning Senator Michael Collins asked the American people to help destroy the bank by any means necessary, he said, “privatized banking systems have been the number one enemy of the American populace since the birth of our great nation, though many have successfully stood against them, they finally sank their teeth into us when the Federal Reserve was deceptively established in 1913.”

The Federal Reserve Act was signed on December 23rd, 1913 when most of Congress, who could and would’ve most likely voted it down, had gone home for Christmas, the name was created to make Americans believe that the Fed operated in the interest of the public when that was and is not the case. Senator Collins went on to say, “it is important to know your enemy, most Americans do not know how their money comes to be and for good reason, they make it very confusing in order to keep you in the dark. When our Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution, in Article 1 they specifically stated: Congress shall have the Power to Coin Money and Regulate the Value Thereof. It was their wish that the immense power to create and control money would be in the hands of the Federal Congress, not those of the private bankers who charge massive amounts of interest; those who control the country by controlling the money.”

Collins went on to say, “I have spent the tenure of my political career fighting this juggernaut and it has not been easy, I implore you, the citizens of this great country, do whatever you can to take back the power to create your money.” More shockingly, he went on to say, “though the penalties may be steep I encourage you to rob their banks if you have the means, print your own money at home and flood the market with counterfeit notes, John F. Kennedy was assassinated for standing up to them, how far are you willing to go!?” Though his call to arms against the Fed was clear, it should be stated that senator Collins may have been a heavy user of certain illicit substances, including but not limited to cocaine, he was found dead in his home hours after his press conference, in a statement issued by the police Chief Starr said “his wife found him with 2 self-inflicted gunshot wounds to the head, we’re ruling it a suicide. The case is closed.”