The Best Explanation of the Federal Reserve & Money Supply

The Biggest Scam In The History Of Mankind – Who Owns The Federal Reserve? Hidden Secrets of Money 4.  Inflation, the IRS, the debt ceiling, and the personal income tax are covered as well. Bonus Presentation here: Who owns the Federal reserve? You are…

Did you ever see these charts? Maybe this is why we should #AuditTheFed NOW!

Hey Ben Bernanke, before you go, tell me just one thing.  Did you ever see this chart? Notice anything? Yeah, the people you are SUPPOSED to be SERVING are the United States Citizens and instead you are serving foreign masters, and we’re serving you.  Apparently you are the original Too Big To Fail Bank.  Well, you know how the old saying goes…

Screw me once, shame on you.  Screw me twice, shame on me.  Screw me threw times, what a pity.

Too bad we can’t order an independent indictment of this so called independent agency you work for.  Well, there are a few people calling for a complete independent and total audit of the Federal Reserve System and its Charter Members.  (You know, like the one we did a couple years back and discovered that you gave bail out money to every bank in your cabal.)

Senator Rand Paul and former Congressman Dr. Ron Paul have both called for one THIS YEAR, and it’s only January!  They have tried many times before with help from both the Left and the Right.  Unfortunately, 45% of Americans are independents and don’t pay attention to the Collectivist party announcements.

We have several months before Congress is supposed to go on recess again – they only work like 90 days a year or something like that, anyway, wouldn’t it be swell if we could just get a quick peak at the Federal Reserve’s books.  It would be an accounting boom.  You could provide a data feed for a small fee and muckrackers and alternative media journalists all over the world could sift through its contents, making nice charts like you.  Only this time we are going to pay attention and share our own views of what’s happening in the global economy.  Now that we are all linked up on the globalist network, a ripple in Syria or Japan could give us a headache or cancer.  This is serious economics here people.  Not benign statistics.  There is a war on for your mind and your money.  Are you going to come out on top this time?

Pay attention.  These are questions Senator Elizabeth Warren should ask of Federal Reserve Chairwoman, Janet Yellen.

What does this chart mean? What are the data sources? Where is that data hosted? At the Saint Louis Federal Reserve or some ISP? How will you be affected by the Trans Pacific Partnership? From a risk management perspective, shouldn’t you have a secure backup archive of all your data going back 100 years?

to be continued…

Personal Saving Rate (PSAVERT)

2013-11: 4.2 Percent   Last 5 Observations
Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate, Updated: 2013-12-23 7:46 AM CST
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Source: U.S. Department of Commerce: Bureau of Economic Analysis
Release: Personal Income and Outlays

Personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income (DPI), frequently referred to as “the personal saving rate,” is calculated as the ratio of personal saving to DPI.

BEA Account Code: A072RC1

A Guide to the National Income and Product Accounts of the United States (NIPA) – (

The #dailydose of #GlassSteagall #TBTF #TBTJ and #BigBank Nonsense

Regulatory Rumpus: The Battle Over Reinstating Glass-Steagall
Among the small number of Americans who are passionate about financial regulation, no topic raises hackles more than the so-called Glass-Steagall act. It is “so-called” because when you hear the term “Glass-Steagall” the speaker is most certainly 
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren Pitches 21st Century Glass-Steagall Bill
Fox Business
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Glass-Steagall would not have stopped the crash
Financial Times
 global financial crash. It would have happened even if the Glass-Steagall Act in the US had been maintained in place rather than revoked; nor would the Vickers, Liikanen or Dodd-Frank proposals have made more than a minimal impact on the disaster.
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Fed’s Tarullo: Glass-Steagall Return Not High on His List
A U.S. Federal Reserve official on Monday questioned the latest congressional plan to break up big banks, saying it is unclear whether such a move would prevent the next financial crisis. Fed Governor Daniel Tarullo, who has been the agency’s point man 
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Delamaide: Make banking boring (and safe) again
John McCain of Arizona and two other senators to introduce a 21st-century version of the Glass-Steagall Act that kept banks safe for six decades by separating commercial and investment banking. “Banking should be boring,” Warren wrote in a blog post 
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New Glass-Steagall Bill is An Attempt to “Go Back to the Future,” Says Sen. King
Yahoo! Finance (blog)
King says “this isn’t the ‘too big to fail’ bill” — the 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act creates a structural change in the banking system that would require big banks to break up into smaller institutions “in terms of functionality, not size 
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Hard Push For New Glass-Steagall Act To Regulate Banks
Here And Now
Four senators, including Democrat Elizabeth Warren and Republican John McCain are proposing “The 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act” to force Wall Street to separate traditional banking from speculative investment. Under the proposed legislation, banks 
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Economy News: New Glass-Steagall Bill Tries to Go Back to the Future
Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren is one of four senators who recently introduced the 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act, which, like the original 1933 statute, would separate commercial banking from investment banking in order to reduce 
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Firebreaks are the best way to contain contagion
Financial Times
Firebreaks are the best way to contain contagion. From Mr Seb Walker. Sir, Your leader (“Split the banks”, July 13) advocates the reintroduction of a Glass-Steagall Act across the globe. Yet this populist approach ignores the fact that many of the 
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One More Reason to HATE April 15 Tax Day – Conspiring Bankers

“The bank hath benefit on the interest on all monies which it creates out of nothing.” – Bank of England charter 1694

“the centralization of wealth in the hands of the state by means of a national bank with an exclusive monopoly” – Karl Marx, Communist Manifesto

One More Reason to HATE April 15 Tax Day – Conspiring Bankers

“The bank hath benefit on the interest on all monies which it creates out of nothing.” – Bank of England charter 1694

“the centralization of wealth in the hands of the state by means of a national bank with an exclusive monopoly” – Karl Marx, Communist Manifesto

Would a Coalition of Occupy and TeaParty Make Sense? #GlassSteagall #PublicBanking #EndtheFed

Have you ever heard of the strategy of war called divide and conquer? The Romans used it to conquer in Europe and the British used it to conquer China during the Opium wars.  Now it is being used on us in the United States, as well as in Mexico, Canada, Europe, Russia, Africa, the whole damn world is on fire because we are being played like pawns in a global game of chess.

Here in the USA, we are all aware of the Tea Party and the Occupy Wall Street movements.  But do we know what they stand for and whether or not there have been people revolting like them in the past?

Let’s look at right now for example.  Both movements are fired up about crime, corruption, coercion, taxes, economic conditions, and the quality of life in our communities.  We just disagree about who’s responsible (who to blame) and how we should fix the problem (social engineering).

Ever heard of United We Stand, Divided We Fall?  Do you think the tactics still work today?  You’d better because we are split up like fools, allowing the manipulation to continue.  We don’t even know it but the misery we feel today inflicted on us from outside forces and what we call the boom bust cycle or just life these days, is not happenstance.  You could not purposefully screw up government and finance any more if you tried.

Both Occupy and TeaParty want a better quality of life and to be left alone to live it.  Some blame government, some blame large corporations, some blame not so secret societies working like organized criminals.  Either way you look at it, things are fairly screwed up and we are not getting any younger.

It’s about damn time we work together.  Put our heads together and think of ways to make a difference, pronto.

Writing for the Huffington Post, Bob Edgar suggests this is a good idea.

Left, right and center, Republican, independent, and Democrat, pretty much everyone agrees that our system has been corrupted. Big money, from banks and insurance companies, the medical lobby, defense contractors, the trial lawyers, the big unions and a boatload of other special interests, is in control.
The power of big money is why our tax laws allow some of our largest corporations and richest citizens to pay less than their fair share of our national expenses. It’s why our military invests in high-tech weapons that are of little use to our troops in the Afghan mountains and Iraqi deserts. It’s why the financial “wizards” who’ve nearly run our economy aground can get away with collecting fat bonuses drawn from government bailout funds. It’s why we grow ever more dependent on energy purchased overseas from people who don’t like us. It’s why we can’t get our act together to tackle the challenge of climate change. It’s why Congress never seems able to do much of anything.

Writing for Fox Business, Dunstall Prial wrote something similar, and quoted several others who thought the same.

Virtually without exception, protesters who are willing to share their specific grievances inevitably connect their anger to the bailouts of the big Wall Street banks.

The image below was taken from Paul Hastings posting.  it shows how we started out the same and ended up different.  We should recognize that both movements have suffered from the Divide and Conquer efforts of billionaires that benefit from the status quo.

Comedy Central comedian and serious thinker Jon Stewart demonstrated the stark differences between how the media portrayed the two movements in a segment on his show.

We definitely have our differences, and that is how the powers that be split us up and that is how they continue to pilfer at our expense.

Until we put aside our differences and stand up for a common cause, we will be sidelined.

I say again, Would a Coalition of Occupy and TeaParty Make Sense?

I’d like to hear your thoughts.  Add comments below.

Why Democrats, Independents, Republicans Can All Get Behind Mitt Romney in 2012

(This is still a draft and several revisions will be made over the next few days so come back!)

This is the interview that convinced me to vote for Mitt Romney, even though I am a HUGE Ron Paul fan, and voted for Obama in 2008.

This is my list of reasons for begrudgingly supporting Mitt Romney in 2012.

Rand Paul endorsed Mitt Romney and he and his father the Most Honorable Dr. Ron Paul is behind some VERY IMPORTANT issues.

  • Legalizing industrial hemp.  Ron Paul submitted legislation in May 2011 called the Industrial Hemp Farming Act (HR1831) that would legalize non-narcotic industrial hemp.  Hemp is a HUGE part of the solution to the energy crisis, national security crisis, climate change (drought), the trade deficit, the ailing auto industry, the national debt, and more.
  • Audit and End the Federal Reserve.  Ron Paul has spoken endlessly on this topic and recently Rand Paul submitted legislation to audit the Federal Reserve.  For EXCELLENT research on the twisted history of the Federal Reserve, watch Money Masters by Bill Stills.  This is actually MORE important than hemp but not as personal to me since I want to build cars our of American hemp – (see Wikispeed).
  • Sound Monetary Policy – Ron Paul and Rand Paul are gaining support across the country for sound monetary policy that reduces the Federal Reserves ability to monopolize our currency and perpetuate poverty with their pump and dump falsely created economic cycles.  Economic variances will always exist.  Panics will happen, but we should not allow CENTRAL PLANNERS to manage our entire economy.  This is a form of Communism.  Yes, the Federal Reserve and all its puppet central banks around the world are GREATLY responsible for war, debt, and the destruction of the social progress that has been made by our founding fathers.  Gold and silver should be part of the global monetary supply officially to curtail central bank printing fiat money.
  • Ending the IRS and the Federal Income Tax.  Who wouldn’t be behind this.  How else can you starve the beast that has build a military empire around the world? Between the CIA, the US Military, and the Federal Reserve, backed by our tax dollars illegally stolen by the IRS, the USA has been in so many wars, I doubt any American could name all the countries and all the invasions, all the tackled leaders, all the death and destruction.  Rape, pillage, and plunder in the name of “liberty” and “democracy”.  BS.

Obama and Romney Are the SAME! so I can vote my for Mitt Romney with social conscience still intact.  Let’s face it, Romney doesn’t look like a bad guy.  It’s his party I am not so fond of because the GOP includes in its umbrella Neo Cons who are responsible for stripping social benefits in order to make room for militarism.  That is FASCISM.  

Why NOT Obama?

Yes, I voted for Obama in 2008.  I read both of his books, did extensive research and finally decided that the GOP was the greater of 2 evils.  Little did I know then that The Republican and the Democrat presidential candidates are guided by the same puppetmasters.  They are the ones who REALLY deserve our WRATH!

  • Erosion of Civil Liberties – Obama has made continuous efforts to STRIP THE UNITED STATES OF OUR SOVEREIGNTY, grounding his ability to remove democratically elected leaders with NATO forces and suggesting that the UN and NATO give him the right to declare war, without Congress.  He should have been impeached for Libya.  Sound radical and conspiratorial? Do the research.  SOPA, NDAA, indefinite detention, Nation Defense Resource Preparedness (NDRP), and most recently the Transnationl Pacific Partnership Pact (or whatever name it has now) that would allow corporations in 8 other nations to completely circumvent our national laws.  This guy was a constitutional law professor and head of the Harvard Law Review?
  • Bank Bailouts – He did nothing to counter the rising power of the Big Banks that manipulate our policy, steal wealth from the middle class, cause financial havoc, all the while taking bailouts.  Privatized gains and socialized losses.  What is that but SOCIALISM.  It is NOT capitalism.  Free markets would have allowed the Big 4 banks to collapse years ago.  Instead they are protected by government, at our expense.

What has Obama done well?

I will give him credit where credit is due.  Obama came into office on the hopes and dreams of those who were completely disillusioned by the damage that George Bush did with his wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and massive deficits, scandals, and treason.  It wasn’t hard for ANYONE to look better than Bush.  That was probably part of an elaborate plan to deceive us, but I will save that for later.

  • Healthcare Reform – I am a social liberal progressive, I think.  I am not sure what the proper label is for my positions.  I think there should be competitive private healthcare for all, insured by the US Federal government or State governments.  This could be in the form of a public option or universal healthcare.  I am not caught up on the label.  Healthcare should be a natural right of every American citizen, regardless of race, state of residence, financial wherewithal, or current health condition.  Obama did manage to get more Americans covered, but did nothing to address the rise of healthcare costs.  This was a big failure, but let’s give him points for trying.
  • Energy policy – Obama has done quite a bit to support renewable energy.  This is the WISE business choice.  We need to be talking about efficiency, conservation, alternative sources, balanced usage, and ending the wars.  Something closer to the Carter Doctrine but without the part about “protecting our national interests abroad at all costs”.  That part was written by Zbigniew Brzezinski, the creator of the Mujahidin, National Security Advisor to Carter, and father of the 2 sons who were advisors to BOTH McCain and Obama in the 2008 elections.  Again, we have had puppetmasters controlling our government for generations and very few of us recognize that.  Ron Paul gets it.
  • The BP oil spill – By forcing BP to put aside $20B, Obama avoided the catastrophic financial damage that could have been inflicted on the region like Exxon did with the Valdez in Alaska nearly 30 years ago.  Very few people have been paid for the damage in that case.  The oil companies get away with murder all the time.  A more balanced energy policy and hard nosed investigative journalism may put the Four Horsemen back in their proper place – to serve the greater good of society.
  • Bank Subsidies in the Form of Educational Loan Origination and Servicing – I am pretty sure that Obama led the effort to remove the middleman banks from educational loans that cost borrowers about $6B in fees each year.

Last But Not Least

This is where a little bit of twisted logic comes into play.  It is