This review from our Red Pill Documentaries page deals with America: Freedom to Fascism (2006) which is a documentary, created by former music promoter and actor Aaron Russo. In this film Russo sets out to find whether or not there is an actual law that requires the average worker in America to pay an income tax. By the end of the documentary it is not only apparent that there is no such law, but also that the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 and the Internal Revenue Service was set up for the primary purpose of funneling the wealth of our country into the hands of an elite few.
This film does a great job of showing the viewer how our country was originally taken over by global bankers. It points out that in 1913 J.P Morgan, Paul Warburg and John D. Rockefeller set up the Federal Income Tax, and “convinced” Congress to turn over its power to print money to the Federal Reserve, which was a private banking institution headed by the these three men.
This is when we lost our country and our freedom. We went from a free society that could set the value of its dollar, to a country that would be in perpetual debt. The documentary shows us a quote from Tomas Jefferson predicting that if the power to mint U.S currency was ever given to a private bank, Americans would wake homeless in the land that their forefathers had concurred. Looking at the situation that we face today, I believe that it is obvious that our former president was correct.
After watching this film the thought that our “Representatives” handed trillions of dollars to these same thieves, becomes even more disgusting. The fact that our congress has never once audited the Federal Reserve in its nearly one hundred year existence tells us that our elected officials have been controlled by these global banking elite for a long time. It makes me sad to think the citizens of this country could have stood up to this treason in 1913 and saved us from the mess we are in today, instead we now face a threat that is much greater. Whatever the threat, I do not intend to bury my head in the sand and leave an even greater mess for my grandchildren.