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The Titanic Sank to Bring in the Federal Reserve in 1913

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The real Titanic didn’t sink. The Titanic was replaced with the Olympic ship. They called the Olympic the Titanic. The Olympic ship did not work properly, the steering was messed up, so the smart ass illuminati or whatever you want to call them, the “elite”, invited all the rich bankers who wanted to change the banking system for the better, to the Olympic. The elite knew it was going to crash which was perfect for them because it would kill everyone that was a threat. Sick bastards

In 1898 a struggling author named Morgan Robertson concocted a novel called “Futility” about a fabulous Atlantic liner, far larger than any that had been built.

No more than fourteen years later a British shipping company named the White Star Line built a steamer remarkably like the one in Robertson’s novel.

  • The new liner was 66,000 tons displacement; Robertson’s was 70,000 tons.
  • The real ship was 882ft and 9in long; the fictional one was 800ft.
  • Both vessels were triple screw and could make 24 – 25 knots.
  • Both could carry about 3,000 people and both had enough lifeboats for only a fraction of this number. But, then, this didn’t seem to matter because they were both labeled “unsinkable”.
  • The fictional boat was wrecked one cold April night on an iceberg.  On April 10, 1912 the real ship left Southampton on her maiden voyage to New York.  On her way over she too struck an iceberg and went down.
  • Robertson called his ship the Titan; the White Star Line called its ship the Titanic.

Necessary to their plans, the Federal Reserve did have some opposition; those who saw what the future would become if banking was outside of the government’s hands, the rates set by a private company such as the Fed. All the wealthy and powerful men the Jesuits wanted to get rid of were invited to take the cruise. Three of the richest and most important of these were Benjamin Guggenheim, Isador Strauss, the head of Macy’s Department Stores, and John Jacob Astor, probably the wealthiest man in the world. Their total wealth, at that time, using dollar values of their day was more than 500 million dollars. Today that amount of money would be worth nearly eleven billion dollars. These three men were coaxed and encouraged to board the floating palace. They had to be destroyed because the Jesuits knew they would use their wealth and influence to oppose a Federal Reserve Bank as well as the various wars that were being planned.

“The surviving crew were detained overnight and forced to sign a pledge under the  ‘Official Secrets Act’, promising to keep secret forever, the actual events of the night of 14th / 15th April, 1912″


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    • halftruthsandcrazypeople

      There’s definitely some compelling evidence here, and the seeming “coincidences” between Robertson’s novel and actual events are astounding. Unfortunately, this information is couched between conspiracy theory and personal ideology, and in the end sound like the rantings of a typical internet crazy. The idea that the Jesuits are controlling the world is insane. And as usual, the boogeyman known as Illuminati makes its appearance. This belief in some “elite” group of overseers out there is based less on fact and more on a fanatical hatred of what they perceive as a liberal/socialist agenda. The contradiction in this article, and in the general thought process of those who use the term “elite,” boils down to one question: how is it that the wealthiest, most powerful men in the world are NOT themselves elite? The wealthy and powerful are the movers and shakers of business, politics, culture–they often have a finger in everything. And yet, we’re supposed to believe that a bunch of Jesuit monks are the ones really in control? Take the Bush family for example. They’ve been one of the most powerful families in recent history: head of the CIA, vast business enterprises, strong relations with other powerful men in the international arena, and of course, two presidents. If anyone could be considered “elite,” they’d seem to fit the category. Strangely, though, there were not. Instead, this term has been leveled against Obama, a man who comes from a fairly typical middle-class family with no wealth or privilege, who attended an average university and was never part of any secret societies (in contrast to the Bush men, who were in fact members of such groups). It makes one wonder where this term “elite” really came from and why it always seems to direct our focus away from the wealthy and powerful–those who really do have influence on world affairs. The real “conspiracy” in my view is one of fear, misdirection, and false beliefs–an effort to keep us off kilter and maintain the status quo so that we, the people, will never truly unite for change.

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