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Did the evil bankers sink the titanic so they could print our paper money and get us off of gold and silver? Check out this short video for a great conspiracy theory.

The Titanic Conspiracy Theory

Did evil bankers sink the Titanic in order to create a central bank, which eventually got us off the gold and silver standard and gold and Silver’s money?

In 1910, there were a group of, six bankers and a Senator from New York that met on Jekyll Island off the cost of Georgia that devised the third central bank of the United States. There is a great about this gathering called Creature from Jekyll island. At this meeting were representatives for the Rothchild family, as well as for JP Morgan. JP Morgan was one of the large bankers in the United States. JP Morgan actually owned the Titanic, ironically enough.

In 1912, the maiden and only voyage of the Titanic sailed. JP Morgan was supposed to be on the Titanic, but at the last minute he bailed out. Vanderbilt was also supposed to be on the Titanic and he also cancelled.

On the Titanic were three of the wealthiest men in the United States; Guggenheim, Straus, and Astor. All three of these men were very strong believers in the constitution and opposed to the creation of a central bank, which would be the outsourcing of the printing of the United States paper currency. The most widely believed story is that the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank. But, is it possible that JP Morgan, the Vanderbilts Nathaniel Rothchild, the deep state, the central bankers actually sunk the Titanic?

In 1913, Woodrow Wilson passed the Federal Reserve act, creating that third bank of the United States, as well as the IRS was created to confiscate our wealth. It’s a great conspiracy theory that the Titanic was actually sunk in order to allow the creation of the Federal Reserve, which led to the elimination of and silver as our money and eventually lead to us getting rid of the gold standard together.

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