1) Bankers, according to the London Times, launder about 400 billion dollars a year or more in illegal weapons sales. The next time you hear of an African war lord killing families so he can kidnap young boys to become child soldiers and young girls to become child sex slaves, please remember that this could not have happened without the active assistance and cooperation of the bankers and the politicians they own.
2) Bankers told American businessmen that entering World War I would make the Great War last longer which would be good for the United States because it would bankrupt England, France and Germany. Calvin Coolidge on Veterans Day in 1928 said America had lost only 30,000 soldiers during the war but another 100,000 since the war ended. Those men had died of their wounds after the Armistice was signed. Everyone who died after 1915 in WW I died for bankers and Israel.
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This is a remarkable US initiative by victims of foreclosures who have a group of “Warrior Layers” as their allies.
Together they mount a class action against the Fed.
May this become a model for more class actions against more central banks!
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This video is a recording of the Dylan Ratigan Show on MSNBC News – exposing the banks, the Fed and Congress, framing the Fed as the godfather of the greatest con and cover-up…
Here are more links for the same video:
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The 42-minute video used to be on the front page of End the Fed is an excellent history of the US system. It has been produced by the Mises Institute which is known for advocating the market economy, private property, sound money, and peaceful international relations, while opposing government intervention as economically and socially destructive.
If “sound money” was in circulation, governments would indeed by fulfilling very different roles. But as long as we live in democracies, governments are, at least in theory, ‘democratically accountable’. And in the UK, Parliament is the highest court in the land.
You can find the video on Google here, and the complete transcript is here.
The Federal Reserve refused a request by Bloomberg News to disclose the recipients of more than $2 trillion of emergency loans from US taxpayers and the assets the central bank is accepting as collateral.
Bloomberg filed suit Nov. 7 under the US Freedom of Information Act requesting details about the terms of 11 Fed lending programs, most created during the deeptest financial crises since the Great Depression.
The whole article is published by Bloomberg News here.