Ummm... Let's see... total control of the global monetary system, natural resources and food production of most of the world (if not all). Yea, they're pretty ambitious. But they have managed, through actions of the world bank and the IMF, to gain control of a good portion of the resources of the 3rd world.
"They"? Let's start here. Who is "they" in this context?
That depends. Are you of the flawed Keynesian school (and blindingly dedicated to it), or are you open to the theories of the Austrian school and its theories? Are you open to a mixture of ideas and take into account historical perspectives of global, value-based economies?
I tend to think that most schools have something worthwhile to offer. The Austrians don't appear to have contributed anything meaningful in decades, and I think that their business cycle theory is more of a descriptive morality play than an actual mechanistic theory, but that doesn't mean that nothing can be learned from reading the likes of Hayek.
Of course, when I hear phrases like, "the flawed Keyensian school" and "blindingly dedicated" I am forced to question whether intellectual plurality for thee but not for me is the game we're playing.
Those aren't my claims. The banking system is global, and is controlled by a small group of people that are loyal to no country, but only to themselves.
I recommend not repeating the one about foreign Fed shareholders, then, since it's not your claim and it's only true in the most peripheral sense. Anyway, could you name some of these people? That's what I'm really getting at. All you have at this point is vague innuendo about some small number of people who are taking over the world. This seems important enough to warrant some details.
I'm also aware of what a "dollar" is (it's not what the Federal Reserve claims it is), and that the only thing propping up the value of what passes for a dollar today is the willingness of the American taxpayer to continue paying taxes.
I'm hoping you're not waiting for some sort of shocked reaction that fiat money is... well... fiat money.
I think I already did that.
Humor me. I'm looking for something along the lines of, "Person X can enhance his wealth by using his position of influence [name that position here] to cause the Federal Reserve to do [list some Fed action here]. This will cause [something] in the financial system that is desirable for person X, but not for Americans in general."
Probably a good thing. Because if I could prove it, when even those in Congress are blocked even trying to get a modicum of information about the internal workings of the Fed (see, for instance, HR 1207), then they would have a hard time keeping people like you in the dark.
Again, humor me. What data would you be looking for in that audit? How would you analyze it and what would it tell you that something like this would not? What would you be looking for, specifically?