Published On: March 5th, 2023

“If that mischievous financial policy which had its origin in the North American Republic should become indurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without a debt. It will become prosperous beyond precedent in the history of the civilized governments of the world. The brains and wealth of all countries will go to North America. That government [America] must be destroyed or it will destroy every monarchy on the globe.”  The London Times printed (1865) a criticism of Abraham Lincoln’s issuance of our own currency (called Greenbacks) during the Civil War.

What the Hazard Circular is saying, printed above, is that if America had a Constitutional monetary system, as Jackson, Lincoln, Garfield, and others wanted and fought for, we would avoid the international banking scheme that is being used to destroy our nation now, as it has destroyed others in the past.

A Constitutional monetary system means that our Treasury prints and circulates our national currency at no cost to the government, and controls the amount of money in circulation based on the nation’s best interests.  Congress, two days before Christmas in 1913, decided to ignore Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln and many others, and placed our country’s finances in the hands of a handful of European and American bankers whose interests rarely align with our nation.  President Wilson signed the legislation.  There is no audit allowed of Federal Reserve activities.

Why would Congress do this to us?  The better question is – what has been the result?

The result is that the United States has gone from a financially healthy nation to bankruptcy in 110 years.  The brains and wealth the London Times speaks of above, knowing that America is in decline, are going into global movements.  Massive amounts of money from the cartel are being used to undermine the civil institutions of the nation in anticipation of our collapse.  George Soros is but one part of the scheme to do immense internal harm to America.  The funds at his disposal are endless.

If we survive, great investigatory writers and excellent historians will be able to explain all the details of how international finance was manipulated to concentrate the wealth of the world into a few hands.  Here are some of the tactics they have used in the past and are using now:

By expanding or shrinking the money supply, financial panics and bank closures are orchestrated. They are not always organic to society.  Closed banks and other assets are then acquired at pennies on the dollar.  From 1920 to 1929 the Federal Reserve expanded the money supply and allowed margin loans.  In 1929 they contracted the money supply and called in the loans.  The Great Depression followed.

By fostering war, funding both sides of war, then funding the peace, loans to governments for their build-up of arms and for the military itself results in decades of interest payments to the banking cartel.  Sometimes the principal amount is reduced but not the interest payments.  The cartel picks winners and losers in these wars by shrinking the loans to the side they wish to lose.  They take seats at the negotiations for reparations.  Negotiated settlements are discouraged.  War makes them money.

To bring the public along, news and information are controlled.  Prior to World War I, the cartel purchased controlling shares in leading German, French, and British news agencies to manage what the public knew.  In America, having handed over monetary policy to private European bankers, President Wilson created the Committee on Public Information to create atrocity propaganda against Germans so that there was a justification for our entering the war.  The person in charge, George Creel, created posters, films, all manner of media to depict Germans as savages.  Any objection or reality check by any American subjected him or her to the Espionage Act of 1917 and 1918 as upheld by the Supreme Court.

All manner of excuses have been given for World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and on and on, but the truth is all of these needless wars have enriched a certain few people.  If we need to be in war we should raise taxes for it.  The scheme is now represented in global banking and global organizations, named innocuously for such things as conservation, cultural heritage, international settlements, etc., but it is the same group, just several generations removed.  New bad players have been added.

The London Times, in 1865, said America must be destroyed.  Miss Constitution says, “No.”  We are the only nation on earth that has the moral core and competency to try and stop what is an advanced attack on Western Civilization and all of humanity.  We must accept the following:

  1. Our tax dollars sent to Ukraine must be accounted for. There is much corruption there.
  1. We transferred critical manufacturing capacity to China. We abandoned income-producing energy.
  1. Global cartel funds have corrupted our federal politicians and election integrity.

So. . .

  1. Don’t waste your time trying to figure out who is corrupt nationally. Take action locally.
  1. Don’t accept defeat. We weren’t supposed to win the American Revolution.
  1. Take your children out of public schools, except public charter schools.


Miss Constitution would add – learn to love authentic American history.  When Andrew Jackson vetoed the 2nd Bank of the United States (Congress’s second vote to join the European banking cartel) in 1832, the private bankers were furious.  Loans from them were cut off.  France and Great Britain came up with a scheme to re-colonize the United States by interfering in our Civil War. 

French and British troops were sent to Mexico to aid the Confederacy.  Confederate war bonds were purchased to finance the secession.  Lincoln refused to let the cartel loan America all its war needs as he knew the cartel would control us.  He issued Greenbacks from our Treasury instead of borrowing from them.

In addition, Czar Alexander II sent two fleets to America to let the cartel know there would be war with Russia if they provided troops for the Confederacy.  Alexander had already resisted the banking scheme in his own country.  The Union was saved.

We the People can correct our mistake from 1913.  It is not too late.  Lincoln would be so pleased.

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    M.E. Boyd, "Miss Constitution" is an attorney, author, and instructor in Business, Educational, and Constitutional Law. She has appeared on television and radio and speaks publicly on American history, the founding documents, and current political issues. Her mission is to help citizens understand the Founding philosophies behind the system so that we can-together-help preserve the blessings of liberty and prosperity. Read more about Miss C