Federal Reserve (a Story)
Updated: Jul 12
Corruption and cover up within the government + elites is not new. Let’s play a game: was the sinking of the Titanic a false flag? Here’s the facts. You decide!
In 1898 (14 years before the Titanic sunk) Morgan Robertson wrote a book called “The Wreck of the Titan: Or, Futility”. The novel included a short story about a ship called the Titan that was considered the largest ship in the world, and also unsinkable. It sailed across the North Atlantic in April and hit an ice burg and sank. It didn’t have enough lifeboats on board to save everyone, and 2500 passengers lost their lives at sea.
J.P Morgan bought the White Star Line British ship company, which included the RMS Titanic + Olympic, in 1902. The ship design and dimensions were incredibly similar to the fictional Titan ship in the book.
J.P Morgan & associates wanted to create a unified federal reserve bank and had a meeting in 1907 (Jekyll island) to discuss the creation of a consolidated currency to run America with, but some very outspoken billionaires (in today’s dollar) of the time opposed it. Around the beginning of the year of 1912, J.P. Morgan put in the governmental applications to start the process of the federal reserve.
Isador Strauss, John Jacob Astor, and Benjamin Guggenheim were some of the wealthiest people in the world then, and also the most vitriolically opposed to the federal reserve- they all got free tickets to board the titanic, which hit an iceberg & sunk to the bottom of the North Atlantic ocean in April of 1912. 2200 passengers died because there weren’t enough lifeboats on board to save everyone. All three men mentioned above died, along with most of the rest of the star studded guest list.
J.P Morgan (who owned the boat) along with his associates who were supposed to be on the ship decided the day before the ship left dock that they would not be sailing on it....The federal reserve was formed the following year.
Three years after the Titanic sank, the author of the novel “The Wreck of the Titan”, Morgan Robertson, died of a poison overdose and the original book was later re published after a few details were changed.