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Federal Reserve Police Force Funded by Taxpayer Money
by Ezra Van Auken
Many Americans have known about the Federal Reserve Bank, created in 1913, but few have heard of the police force created by the institution in 2001. The United States Federal Reserve Police now employs over one thousand officers in the twelve districts where the Federal Reserve banks are located.
The Fed police work around the clock, holding checkpoints at all banking locations and are equipped with anything from batons to firearms. The officer works as an independent agent, governed from the headquarters in Washington DC. However, new pictures have surfaced of a Federal Reserve checkpoint established on a sidewalk outside of the actual institution.
According to Robert Wenzel on economicpolicyjournal.com, “When I delivered my speech at the Fed, I had to go through two Federal Reserve checkpoints, where my ID was checked. At the second checkpoint, some kind of information was entered into a computer by the Fed security guard, while he had my ID.”
Unfortunately for the taxpayer, the central bank is designed to look like a federal agency, but the banking system is actually private and owned by families like the Rockefellers and Rothchilds. Through its ties with the US federal government, the taxpayer is forced to fund the Fed police without even having a right to know what is going on behind their closed doors.
Regardless of individuals paying for private bank police, the Federal Reserve bank itself is forcing the public dry of money. Due to inflation of the dollar and funding of other banks as well as loaning money to the government, all of this creating an automatic debt on the nation, turning people into debtors.