Sunday, November 6, 2011

A SOLVENT STATE BANK VS DEBT-RIDDEN FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM


HOW STATE BANKS CAN DE-CENTRALIZE THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM

And reduce unemployment, lower real estate taxes and fund state government entities according to your state's requirements, with local people and local agencies that know and live in your home state. 

Economic Summit 2011, Colorado, September 10, 2011 – Video is about 45 minutes.

News with Views – Marilyn Barnewall – 3/20/2011 – This article is a summary of the video.
Marilyn Barnewall (state banking expert) discusses the difference between the Federal Reserve System and the State Bank of North Dakota

Marilyn Barnewall is a retired international banking consultant, whom Forbes dubbed the "Dean of American Private Banking". 

A State Bank fulfills an administrative function with a vault that holds the state’s money and keeps the money in state, rather than sending the state’s money to a large bank elsewhere enrolled in the Federal Reserve System.  The State Bank of North Dakota has benefited the state for over 90 years by controlling the state’s monetary system.  States may declare their own sovereignty.

A state bank gives a state alternatives in the event of a Federal Reserve System failure.

In 2012 Colorado may try to implement a state banking system for the benefit of the people over the objections of politicians and big banks.

North Dakota unemployment is less than 4%.


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