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Trailer … or for 5oclock “The End is Nigh!”

Posted on 25 August 2009 by scanjack

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Exciting Developments in the U.S. Economic Crisis: Why you may want to pay attention to this one!

Posted on 10 March 2009 by guybehindtheguy

This morning Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, hinted at an increase in regulatory authority of the Federal Reserve over the U.S. banking system. Wait a second here… Folks what does that mean? Well, that’s a darn good question, and one I am hoping you are asking yourself right about now.

Bernanke’s little “hint” was dropped during a speaking engagement at The Council On Foreign Relations. Now, if you are not familiar with the organizations commonly referred to as “The Fed” and “The CFR” then I suggest you do a little research. You should be interested in each because together they influence our domestic, foreign, and monetary policies quite heavily.

Let’s not get wrapped up in the endless array of conspiracy theories here folks. We don’t have that kind of time. This is what I want you to focus on – these are two private entities exchanging ideas on how to control your money. Unlike you or I exchanging ideas; however, they have the sphere of influence to shape public policy without you or I ever being engaged in the democratic process that our nation was founded upon.

Are you picking up what I’m putting down folks?

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More fun about Banking.

Posted on 02 February 2009 by Thraxxus

Another video – different group of people made it – same message. Note the same theme – The Federal Reserve has nothing to do with the USA Government. Amazing how many people still find this hard to believe.

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Newstopia Explains the Federal Reserve, the US Electoral System and the iGun.

Posted on 23 October 2008 by Thraxxus



The Electoral System:

This one sound familiar? I love these guys.

Makes you want to go out and get one of these:

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Who is in charge anyway?

Posted on 18 September 2008 by Thraxxus

My father told me years ago that there is a god and he comes in the form of money. That may be a cynical view of the world, however it is rather difficult to argue against it at times.

That said, unless you live under a rock in Sonoma, you know that not only the United States of America but the entire world is in a financial crisis. I have both eluded to and out right said in the past that governments don’t actually control the world but rather banks do. Recently the US government has bailed out some massive corporations, however those bailouts came from a bank, and that bank is not the US government. The Federal Reserve Bank is not actually a United States Government entity – it is a standalone corporation that the US Government can buyout whenever we want – supposedly. Go ahead do some research, its true.

Read this. Ok ponder. Ponder. Waiting for it. Ok so what does that mean. In case you were too lazy to read that it basically says the major banks of the world have decided to help the world out so that we don’t enter a second Dark Ages. Note it does not say that governments have decided to do that, but banks. This leads to a question: Why can’t governments save us?

The answer is simple really – Governments don’t actually control money. This may sound like a foreign concept as we are constantly told about the budget, balancing it, making it, blah blah – but the fact of that matter is none of that is actually banking. Banking is a rather complex thing that seems simple. An entity takes money in, stores it, and has to make money from that money to sustain itself without having any commodity at all other than the money that it stores for other people. Think that one through.

Governments work with banks to get things accomplished. Want to go to war? You needs the backing of banks. Want to build a new bridge to nowhere? Banks again(Sorry Palin). So why is everyone so freaked right now? Well if Banks start failing all over the place, and Governments need banks to survive and operate, what happens to the Governments?

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