Posts Tagged ‘Banks’

07.25.2009 MSNBC: Eliot Spitzer Takes On The Fed

Garbage in/ Garbage out

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05.07.2009 Fox Business: Ron Paul on Bank Stress Tests

01.20.2009 CNBC: Kudlow: Peter Schiff on Kudlow & Co. U.S Banks Are Worthless

January 25, 2009 1 comment

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Creature from Jekyll Island

December 20, 2008 Leave a comment

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October 20, 2008 Leave a comment

Have you ever truly taken a look at what is going on in Washington DC?  The vast majority of leaders you have elected do not even look out for individual rights or free market.  They are 100% motivated in helping their big business corporatists in leveraging the most out of their stock value.  Take for example the banking crises.  Americans don’t need to bailout failed banks for their blunders and mal-investments.  But your congress thought otherwise when they passed a law that would take your hard earned paycheck and give it to someone else.  And this is only one part of the endless parade of bureaucracies that make some richer and the majority poorer.  Your congress passes countless laws on a daily bases that infringe and steal more of your paycheck, just to help out their cronies.  You wouldn’t just allow someone to steal your money in any other situation without putting up a fight, would you?  You would say something, right?


Fed Bankers Want It All

Now the fascist bankers over at the Federal Reserve want to cut out the middlemen and lend directly to businesses.  Their goal is to control all the monetary influence of this country.  By doing so they will completely hold all companies hostage to their policies.  These bankers will not be happy until they control the whole system.

Fifth Plank of Communist Manifesto: Centralization of credit in the hands of the State, by means of a national bank with State capital and an exclusive monopoly. (The Federal Reserve Bank, 1913- -the system of privately-owned Federal Reserve banks which maintain a monopoly on the valueless debt “money” in circulation.)