Fascinating! I was aware of the disconnected sovereignty each individual citizen suffers here, and that common law and the constitution emphasize that the individual is THE sovereign. But i was unaware of the details of how and why that came to be, other than, again, what the international bankers had done in 1913 to the US. <br /> <br /> Going back before 1871 even, the bankers were drooling over the idea of getting control of US currency. In fact, our big historical events, when plotted against the repeated alternation between citizen-controlled currency (via congress) and bank-controlled currency (via central banks like the Fed and its predecessors), line up perfectly. It's as if that alternation, that fight, is itself what has created and determined our big "american history" events, from wars to recessions and depressions and "sudden changes in leadership". That alone is enough for any skeptic to think twice before deciding to look further into this. I firmly believe that this information is only now available to common people because of the internet. So spread the word. Plot our historical events against the battle over control of our currency. You'll see it's like plotting stock prices against earnings reports or any other significant correlating figure. Then, once convinced that there might be something to this, look deeper. Search sovereign man and terms like that. Then watch the movie the matrix. That's more realistic than you thought. It's just a sci-fi version of the reality we live in today. <br /> <br /> So given all of that, what would someone who follows such info expect for the ultimate future of these GSEs? It can't be good for shareholders can it? I mean from the perspective of understanding the corporation of the US.