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

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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