I am 73... years old.
It is good you finally admit you took an oath to "the constitution of the United States" knowing that is not the title of the organic Constitution.
The quibbling over the exact name of our Constitution is just that quibbling... every officer of the US Military knew and knows that their oath applies to the US Constitution and its Republic, consisting of the several sovereign States.
How appropriate you said that, considering your reading comprehension and word interpretations. I know you will also think the following is a lie - words mean everything and the changing of them and omitting of them means much more than you can comprehend.
united States. United States, UNITED STATES, united States of America, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, and, "the United States of America" to you all mean the same to you because they are just words. Back to the FIRST GRADE to repeat.
Now you make sense for why "you are".
And Ronald please provide the legal documents that describe what form of Republic you think you have describing the responsibilities to it. Then show where the King and the King's men allowed it to be implemented.
Its freezing where I am at, went outside to do the Bunny hop, and hoped right back inside...:)
Awl don't do this to Ronald.
There are actually 12 different Federal Reserve Banks around the country, and they are managed by big private banks. But the banks don’t necessarily run the show. Nationally, the Federal Reserve System is led by a Board of Governors whose seven members are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate.
The Federal Reserve System is not "owned" by anyone. The Federal Reserve was created in 1913 by the Federal Reserve Act to serve as the nation's central bank. The Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., is an agency of the federal government and reports to and is directly accountable to the Congress.
The Federal Reserve derives its authority from the Congress, which created the System in 1913 with the enactment of the Federal Reserve Act. This central banking "system" has three important features: (1) a central governing board—the Federal Reserve Board of Governors; (2) a decentralized operating structure of 12 Federal Reserve Banks; and (3) a blend of public and private characteristics.
The Board, appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate, provides guidance for the Federal Reserve System and oversees the 12 Reserve Banks. The Board reports to and is directly accountable to Congress but, unlike many other public agencies, it is not funded by congressional appropriations. The Chair and other staff testify before Congress, and the Board submits an extensive report—the Monetary Policy Report—on recent economic developments and its plans for monetary policy twice a year. The Board also makes public the System's independently audited financial statements, along with minutes from the (FOMC) Federal Open Market Committee meetings.
Congress sets the goals for monetary policy, decisions of the Board—and the Fed's monetary policy-setting body, the Federal Open Market Committee—about how to reach those goals do not require approval by the President or anyone else in the executive or legislative branches of government.
Some mistakenly consider the Federal Reserve to be a private entity because the Reserve Banks are organized similarly to private corporations. For instance, each of the 12 Reserve Banks operates within its own particular geographic area, or District, of the United States, and each is separately incorporated and has its own board of directors. Commercial banks that are members of the Federal Reserve System hold stock in their District's Reserve Bank.
However, owning Reserve Bank stock is quite different from owning stock in a private company. The Reserve Banks are not operated for profit, and ownership of a certain amount of stock is, by law, a condition of membership in the System. In fact, the Reserve Banks are required by law to transfer net earnings to the U.S. Treasury, after providing for all necessary expenses of the Reserve Banks, legally required dividend payments and maintaining a limited balance in a surplus fund.
I posted a link to a pdf earlier listing all the stockholders in the Federal Reserve Bank as of 2015...and there are no Rothschilds listed ... They may have some interests or holdings in the banks and other institutions/corporations that hold Federal Reserve Bank Stock... but one would need to do an exhaustive and laborious search to run down who owns what in the tens of thousands of stockholders in those institutions... something I don't care to do.
Needless to say... SOME INDIVIDUALS holding certain discredited conspiracy theories don't know what they are talking about. The above is a brief explanation of how our Federal Reserve System operates... including who owns it.
THe absence of Rothschilds name from all the lists is very revealing... albeit, they certainly have some ownership in the 12 Federal Reserve Banks... For a complete breakdown of who owns the Banks see: