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Bloomberg has unveiled that the Fed  “Pumped” liquidity for 770 BILLIONS (*), to the American Banks, go get over the financial crisis. That is, they pushed a button and created value from thin air. They did it covertly, in a way that wouldn’t set the markets on High Alert mode. So, I’m wondering if, instead of giving all that money to the banks, they gave it to the People? After all, It’s the PEOPLE that can’t pay their mortgages, not the banks, right?.

Now, in America there are more or less  528 millions people. So it will be about $15000 each. Not much.

But this line of thought doesn’t work very well, because we are giving the money even to the newborn. So, let’s move the thought to the FAMILIES, that are about 115 millions. That will bring the amount to roughly $67000 per family. Better already. With $67000, a family can start a business, work and create jobs… Restarting the economy in the process.

If we restrict the “Gift” to only the families in trouble, or potentially in trouble because involved in the damn subprime, then you will understand that the problem would have been solved altogether. Moreover, everybody would have a home, no foreclosures, people would have been working and happy.

Yep… But doing things this way would have caused the collapse of several banks

(*): From Milano Finanza:

In the latest Global Financial Stability Report, the International Monetary Fund updated to $410 Billions the total amount of loss of the world financial institutions in the 2007-10 period. The losses are relative to the total of financial institutions.

 « Nel recente Global Financial Stability Report, il Fondo Monetario Internazionale ha aggiornato a 4.100 miliardi di dollari l’entità delle svalutazioni del totale delle istituzioni finanziarie su scala mondiale per il periodo 2007-10. Le perdite si riferiscono al totale delle istituzioni finanziarie.»

Well, if the ALL THE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS lost $410 Billions… Where did the $700 Billions that the Fed gave to the banks IN THE USA ONLY, go? In other words, WHO THE HELL STOLE $360 Billions???

WHERE DID THOSE $360BIL GO?

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Most important demand is ending the FED because:

  • They’ve enslaved the U.S. government with debt.
  • They create money out of thin air.
  • The banks that now dominate the U.S. banking system use the FED as a tool to make money.
  • They devalue our currency.
  • They manipulate the U.S. economy by setting national interest rates.
  • They control the money supply.
  • The Federal Reserve is not part of the US government.
  • They’ve become too powerful.
  • They’re not accountable to anyone.

TIMELINE :: A COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE MONEY IN AMERICA ::

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1600: England was determined to keep control of both the American colonies and the natural resources they controlled. To do this, the English limited the money supply and made it illegal for the colonies to mint coins of their own. Instead, the colonies were forced to trade using English bills of exchange that could only be redeemed for English goods, from chartered British Corporations, such as British East India Company. Colonists were paid for their work with these same British bills, effectively cutting them off from trading with other countries.

Any Colonists refusing to conform to this first legalized Corporatist economy was accused of being a “Pirate“, and hung without trial.

In response, the colonies regressed back into a barter system using ammunition, tobacco, nails, pelts and anything else that could be traded. Colonists also gathered whatever foreign currencies they could, the most popular being the large, silver Spanish dollars. These were called pieces of eight because, when you had to make change, you pulled out your knife and hacked it into eight bits. From this, we have the expression of, “two bits”, meaning a quarter of a dollar.

1775: Tensions between America and Britain continued to mount until the Revolutionary War, widely regarded at the time as the greatest Currency War in history.

1790: In the aftermath of the American victory, Mayer Amschel Rothschild of the Bank of London states, “Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who writes the laws.”

1791: The Rothschilds get, “control of a nation’s money,” through Alexander Hamilton (their agent in George Washington’s cabinet) when they set up a central bank in the USA called the First Bank of the United States. This is established with a 20 year charter.

“I care not what puppet is placed upon the throne of England to rule the Empire on which the sun never sets. The man who controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire, and I control the British money supply.”

The Rothschilds use their control of the Bank of England to replace the method of shipping gold from country to country and instead used their five banks spread across Europe to set up a system of paper debits and credits (“FIAT” money * *see video below). “Fiat Money” is the banking system of today.
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This movie can (And will, if you watch it) explain a LOT of things about the Federal Reserve, the *LATE* American Dream and the Actual American Nightmare.

PLEASE, watch it in its entirety, and THEN look for some informations about Rothschild and the Rothschild group. When you do, you will understand that John F. Kennedy died trying to prevent what is happening today.

Ok, now you may want to read the TIMELINE that explains the History behind the movie.

Published by John Walsh

There is no surprise that the banking crisis has occurred. It is the result of deliberate government policies.

The administration of President George W Bush has attempted to pursue two significant policies which have a certain tension or, perhaps, contradictory nature.
The first was to enforce American power on countries designated as inimical to it and the second was to cut tax rates mostly for the wealthier parts of society and business interests.
The tension between these policies is that military power is extremely expensive and reducing taxes significantly affects government’s resources with very little in the way of compensation.
The cost of the War in Iraq has recently been estimated by the Nobel Prize Winner Joseph Stiglitz, together with Harvard economist Linda Bilmes, as amounting to three trillion dollars, once the costs for wounded and traumatized service personnel are included. How did the Bush administration aim to pay for their foreign policy objectives?

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A lot of people are very upset about the rapidly increasing U.S. national debt these days and they are  demanding a solution. What they don’t realize is that there simply is not a solution under the current U.S. financial system. It is now mathematically impossible for the U.S. government to pay off the U.S. national debt. You see, the truth is that the U.S. government now owes more dollars than actually exist. If the U.S. government went out today and took every single penny from every single American bank, business and taxpayer, they still would not be able to pay off the national debt. And if they did that, obviously American society would stop functioning because nobody would have any money to buy or sell anything.

And the U.S. government would still be massively in debt.

So why doesn’t the U.S. government just fire up the printing presses and print a bunch of money to pay off the debt?

Well, for one very simple reason. That is not the way our system works.

You see, for more dollars to enter the system, the U.S. government has to go into more debt. The U.S. government does not issue U.S. currency – the Federal Reserve does.

The Federal Reserve is a private bank owned and operated for profit by a very powerful group of elite international bankers.

If you will pull a dollar bill out and take a look at it, you will notice that it says “Federal Reserve Note” at the top.

It belongs to the Federal Reserve.

The U.S. government cannot simply go out and create new money whenever it wants under our current system.

Instead, it must get it from the Federal Reserve.

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