The Financial Hijacking of the American Revolution

How America was tricked into becoming capitalist

Can America’s gigantic public debt – officially nearly breathtaking $18,000 billion – at all be paid back?


The answer is that the debt amazingly easy is refundable – provided that you know the trick!

In October-November 2014 the official US national debt amounted to nearly 17,9 trillion dollars, which roughly means that all Americans from 0 to 100 years old basically are tainted with a debt of around 56,000 dollars each. [One should then know that many familiar economists believe that figure to be considerably understated. They consider the federal government’s real debt by that date rather amounts to almost 100 trillion dollars (86 trillion dollars in November 2012, corresponding to 550% of GDP;, or even more, if Social Security, Medicare, state employees’ pension benefits etc. are included.] So the question is relevant: Can a debt of this magnitude at all be paid back?

The answer is that the debt amazingly easy is refundable – provided that you know the trick! In my book The Financial Hijacking of the American Revolution I reveal how the trick looks, which is the book’s main conclusion.

But the book you hold in your hand also tells about the background of this gigantic debt trap, that is how the American people – against the American Revolution ideals in the 1700s – has been progressively fooled/imposed an economic system based entirely on debt, where money is synonymous with loans at interest. That is, the system simply called capitalism. A system that favors a very small number of people at the expense of the majority – as all Ponzi schemes do. Countless Americans have as a result of this manipulative loan scheme – which is criminally designed and built on forgery – had to walk away from houses, grounds and businesses since the late 1700s. Last we saw a drastic example of the case in 2008. A system that I show is deeply unfair and discriminatory in nature, except that it is, as said, basically about a Ponzi scheme. You will also get to know how President Abraham Lincoln during the years 1982-1865 did his best to prevent the American people from being caught in the nets of capitalism, which probably cost him his life. Facts that US history books today cover up.

My unconventional proposals put forward in the book means that the US national debt, unemployment and even the tax system can be completely eliminated with just the stroke of a pen! Too good to be true? No, not at all. The trick is that the US Constitution offers four door openers, which properly utilized, when activated, lead to the consequences mentioned in the space of just hours. Yes, you read it right. It’s that simple, just you understand the trick! Today, people are forced to pay actually quite unnecessary taxes. In my proposed system, people instead, right from the birth and entirely free as a gift, get what you might call a generous “citizen income”, that is an income which does not have to be taxed. Where my proposed system will provide a rarely seen – and lasting – social boom.

The book’s basic theme is about a quite possible future society that is neither utopian or about old obsolete communism, but instead is about “high culture”, ie insights that have been known since ancient times, which put generosity, humanism, equal rights and prosperity for all in the first place, where people constitutionally are allowed to work and deal with whatever they want (as long as they don´t hurt anyone else or society) in order to realize life’s dreams without having to humiliate themselves. Today is “the American dream” for most people just a utopian dream, not least because they are “asleep” and need to be evoked. My book is in that sense an efficient and logical “alarm clock”.

The Financial Hijacking of the American Revolution costs $8. That´s a symbolic low amount, so that everyone can afford to buy it and at the same time contribute to us, a small group of enthusiasts, having the opportunity bringing our information to people all over the world and give them a realistic hope for a better future.

Per Lundgren