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American soldiers died in defective gas masks, on foreign battlefields, in the heat of the carnage and profiteering of World War I, when the Federal Reserve revived an ancient jihad, through Germany's financial allegiance with the Ottoman's . The September 11, 1683 battle, at the gate of the Christian West, burst through time. The deadliest bank heist of the century took p American soldiers died in defective gas masks, on foreign battlefields, in the heat of the carnage and profiteering of World War I, when the Federal Reserve revived an ancient jihad, through Germany's financial allegiance with the Ottoman's . The September 11, 1683 battle, at the gate of the Christian West, burst through time. The deadliest bank heist of the century took place on December 23, 1913 with President Woodrow Wilson's Federal Reserve Act. It turned over the nation's wealth to a group of men, who would make a killing in the arms buildup, overseas. The world would have to borrow from John P. Morgan Jr.'s gang, while interest accrued on the federal debt. Inevitably, wars would be financed on credit. In 1965, the Federal Reserve opened the schoolhouse door. Illiteracy and school segregation increased. Minorities were put in inferior classrooms. College tuition became unaffordable. Children were readied for propaganda, and recruited. Illiteracy, wars, bank bailouts, a disappearing middle class and lack of transparency became the by-products of the fourth branch of the government gone rogue. Banking families attained more wealth than flamboyant monarchs who sat on thrones in full display. A world of international intrigue, which existed under most people's radar, naturally unfolded to answer the question: Why are schools failing? KRONOS exposes a Federal Reserve that put the nation at risk.


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American soldiers died in defective gas masks, on foreign battlefields, in the heat of the carnage and profiteering of World War I, when the Federal Reserve revived an ancient jihad, through Germany's financial allegiance with the Ottoman's . The September 11, 1683 battle, at the gate of the Christian West, burst through time. The deadliest bank heist of the century took p American soldiers died in defective gas masks, on foreign battlefields, in the heat of the carnage and profiteering of World War I, when the Federal Reserve revived an ancient jihad, through Germany's financial allegiance with the Ottoman's . The September 11, 1683 battle, at the gate of the Christian West, burst through time. The deadliest bank heist of the century took place on December 23, 1913 with President Woodrow Wilson's Federal Reserve Act. It turned over the nation's wealth to a group of men, who would make a killing in the arms buildup, overseas. The world would have to borrow from John P. Morgan Jr.'s gang, while interest accrued on the federal debt. Inevitably, wars would be financed on credit. In 1965, the Federal Reserve opened the schoolhouse door. Illiteracy and school segregation increased. Minorities were put in inferior classrooms. College tuition became unaffordable. Children were readied for propaganda, and recruited. Illiteracy, wars, bank bailouts, a disappearing middle class and lack of transparency became the by-products of the fourth branch of the government gone rogue. Banking families attained more wealth than flamboyant monarchs who sat on thrones in full display. A world of international intrigue, which existed under most people's radar, naturally unfolded to answer the question: Why are schools failing? KRONOS exposes a Federal Reserve that put the nation at risk.

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