How is the Titanic tied to the U.S. getting the Federal Reserve?

Below is an excerpt from my book RETURN OF OUR COUNTRY, chapter 22. The scene is that Madison (a loyal woman/Senator) is explaining how the sinking of the Titanic led to the start of the Federal Reserve; other characters are as follows: the President (George Carnegie), Vice President (Adam), Colonel Krieger, John (Justice of Supreme court) and Gabby (press secretary):


Madison, who hadn’t sat down, began to pace as she spoke. “Did you know that JP Morgan of the JP Morgan Chase bank was the financial tycoon who financed the Titanic?”

“What?” George probed.

“It’s true,” Madison said and then thought to herself, wait until he hears this. “Morgan not only financed the Titanic… but because of the magnitude of the money involved and the significance of the venture, he was very hands-on with all phases of the project. During the design and construction of the Titanic, he aggressively cut costs in order to maximize his personal profits. It was well documented that he continuously disregarded the advice of experts on the number of life boats the ship required. In addition to this, against the advice of the best engineers, he used iron instead of steel. He totally disregarded the explanations that iron becomes brittle when it gets cold.” She paused. “In the frigid waters of the North Atlantic, the warnings of those engineers came to fruition. As we all know, the Titanic sank at 2:20am on April 15, 1912.”

Those around the table were all leaning forward, spellbound. This was like something out of a movie, but a movie that they’d never heard of.

Madison continued. “As the months passed, Morgan was not only reeling from the loss of the ship, he was besieged by law suits, many of which submitted into evidence written warnings from engineers about the brittleness of the ship in the cold seas of the North Atlantic. With copies of these letters being used as evidence, along with written notes from meetings before and during construction, Morgan was caught.” Madison stopped, faced George. “He used every trick in the book to get out of paying everything due, including his usual huge bribes. When that failed, he pretended to be an advocate for stricter maritime laws. After it was all over, he had taken a devastating financial hit. He was looking for a way to pay these people off and recoup his money, but he needed something big, and he had learned his lesson. According to family records, he was panicked and desperate about the possibility of losing his wealth, so he wanted something without risk.”

Madison got an unusually cold look in her eyes. She stopped walking and turned, putting her hands on the table. “Desperate men take desperate measures. It’s said that, out of necessity, creativity is born… some say evil is born! It was from this incident that Morgan devised the idea of getting the government to enforce paying him with tax money from the people of the country. He thought the most constant thing in life was taxes, and every government needed taxes and the US government had military might. He planned to use the US government’s military as the enforcer, so he could stay removed from any direct collections.”

John linked things together. “That’s why the IRS and the first 1040 Income tax form appeared in 1913!”

Madison confirmed with a nod. “Absolutely, and that’s why the IRS is armed and enforces taking money with their guns. As far as we know, Wilson and Morgan were talking as early as early 1913, and there are indications that it was most likely earlier.”

George looked at Adam. “They moved quickly.”

Madison again nodded in affirmation. “There’s even a letter from Morgan to the president, stating that the war could be a tremendous opportunity.”

“Opportunity?” Gabby cried out.

Madison wanted to keep the story moving. “These aren’t choir boys we’re talking about. They tried to get the idea of a central bank through Congress and to get public support, but the country wasn’t having any of it. Wilson tried different titles a few times, but still no one wanted a central bank. People weren’t that gullible. So, in desperation, Wilson and his cohorts changed the name to the Federal Reserve. The name ‘Federal’ was key. As we all know, it’s not Federal, and it’s sure not a reserve.

“Then, just as Congress was leaving for Christmas, Wilson and Morgan sent secret messages to a few loyalists, telling them to stay in Washington. In exchange, these men were allegedly paid handsomely in advance for what they were about to do. On December 23, 1913, after most of the senators had left town, only the bribed senators remained. The huge sums that were paid made those families wealthy for generations to come.”

“Where’d they get the money to pay them off?” Adam asked.

Madison took a deep breath. “Wilson was put into the White House by a consortium of bankers and robber barons, including Warburgs, Rockefellers, Morgans, Schiffs, Kahns, Harrimands and Europe’s Rothchilds, who wanted private control of America’s money supply. Together, these families had plenty of money. This is why we need campaign refinancing laws, but that’s a story for another day.

“In return, Morgan would have his Bank or Federal Reserve bank bill passed, which would not only save his fortune, it would set his family up as one of the most financially powerful aristocratic families for generations, actually centuries, to come. The mountain of corruption around the bill would lie undiscovered.

“Today these same men own the banks that now, in addition to having a steady flow of tax money at virtually no risk to them, use the IRS, financing systems, taxes and marketing as a means to take people’s hard-earned money away from them. Behind the scenes, they support tax increases on the middle class and don’t want a flat tax, even on those who make over a million dollars a year, because they’d have to pay their fair share instead of using loopholes designed for themselves. Many of us are aware that some of their trusts are tax exempt.”

John commented, “I seem to remember some facts about how few taxes these people pay, but the exact numbers escape me.”

“We’re trying to get some examples,” Madison said. “But it’s a lot harder now that wealthy globalists control the media. Before they owned the media, some of that was exposed. You won’t find that reported anywhere today. For example, in a newspaper article somewhere around 1970, it was disclosed that, the Rockefellers pay practically no income taxes despite their vast wealth. The article reveals that one of the Rockefellers paid the grand total of $685 personal income tax.”[1]

Gabby proclaimed, “I can see why they took over control of the media.”

Heads nodded around the room. Most of them knew these families owned controlling interests in the entire US media and controlled the information war with fake news, which had helped them control much of the voting for decades.

Madison’s lips tightened and she continued. “Today, the dollar is worth about ninety-six percent less than when the Federal Reserve started!”




After some brief conversation surrounding this figure, Madison looked at Krieger as if to ask if he was ready.

Krieger nodded once.

Madison, speaking a little louder to silence the murmuring around the room, said, “Mr. President, I think you need to see what Colonel Krieger has.”

Krieger, who was seated at the far end of the table, stood as Madison took her seat. He walked up and put his heavy hand on the empty chair at the opposite end of the table from George. Krieger’s commanding presence needed no punctuation.

“Mr. President, what you’re about to see is a compilation of top-secret information and interviews conducted by local news channels, most of which were immediately confiscated and never made national news. What I’m about to show you is a top-secret documentary, compiled in the aftermath of the Kennedy assassination.”


[1] Gary Allen, None dare Call it Conspiracy, Copyright 1971, Second Printing:2013 by Dauphin Publications Inc., page 33


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