I have just learned from Benjamin Fulford‘s October 12 broadcast that the Board of Governors of the United States’ Federal Reserve System has changed its domain name from .org to .gov, which is quite intriguing.
According to Fulford, this follows the US military taking over the Federal Reserve Board… I am in no position to comment on that, but it’s food for thought.
In any event, I did make a search using http://www.federalreserve.org/ and it led me to the new address, which is http://www.federalreserve.gov/. Other Federal Reserve entities retain the .org domain name.
According to Wikipedia, in the United States, the gov domain name is restricted to government entities. And anyone who has done their homework knows that the Federal Reserve has never been a government entity, but a private banking organization. Does the domain name change reflect a change in status? Very intriguing indeed.