PDA

View Full Version : Economic: Explain unconstitutionality of the Fed




runamuck
12-07-2011, 07:04 PM
I need a detailed explanation on the reason the fed is unconstitutional including facts to back up the arguments.

Please do not cite quotations from Ron or his books. I want an educated analysis opposing the constitutionality of the fed

playboymommy
12-07-2011, 08:44 PM
I know you asked for a detailed explanation but this is the best I can come up with:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeRv4IHoP70

Enforcer
12-07-2011, 10:41 PM
Okay, I haven't even seen the book to which you refer. Personally, my first problem with the constitutionality of the Fed is that I cannot find anything in the Constitution that allows Congress to delegate their powers to a private corporation. Just in case someone wants to argue that point, this is what my own research turns up:

"The regional Federal Reserve banks are not government agencies. ...but are independent, privately owned and locally controlled corporations."
-Lewis vs. United States, 680 F. 2d 1239 9th Circuit 1982

Yeah, yeah, yeah you can tell me all about presidential appointments, but how many times has Congress or the courts kicked people out of the fed and / or audited it in order to monitor its activities?

Actually, I cannot reinvent the wheel, so I will just leave a link that gives the best summation of the situation:

http://www.healthfreedom.info/Federal_Reserve_Fraud.htm

Travlyr
12-08-2011, 09:18 AM
I need a detailed explanation on the reason the fed is unconstitutional including facts to back up the arguments.

Please do not cite quotations from Ron or his books. I want an educated analysis opposing the constitutionality of the fed

"To Regulate The Value Of Money (http://www.fame.org/HTM/Vieira_Edwin_To_Regulate_the_Value_of_Money_EV-006.HTM)"
An Analysis Of The Power Of Government To Create And Set A Value On Money - by Constitutional Scholar Dr. Edwin Vieira,

Conclusion

The foregoing analysis proves that there is no constitutional basis for using the power "To * * * regulate the Value" of "Money" for stimulation of the economy, redistribution of wealth, stabilization of the purchasing power of money, creation of "legal-tender" substitutes for real "dollars, or for any of the other sundry monetary nostrums that politicians and their unelected "expert" advisors have foisted, and continue to foist, on the American people. The sooner the people recognize this, the sooner something may be done to rectify the situation. If, however, the people remain ignorant, apathetic, and inactive, the politicians will "regulate the Value" of American money to zero-just as one fiat currency after another, throughout the course of Western history, has collapsed into worthlessness-with all the serious economic, political, and social consequences such a collapse will entail.