4 July, 2008

Greenspan and the Economy

Posted by Socrates in Big Finance, Federal Reserve system, jewed finance, money, Socrates at 11:42 pm | Permanent Link

“Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes the laws.” — attributed to Jewish banker Meyer Amschel Rothschild.

Thomas Edison once asked why the U.S. government can issue bonds but can’t issue America’s currency [1]. Apparently, he never got an answer to that question. Newbies, ask yourselves: why doesn’t the U.S. government, i.e., the Treasury, control America’s money system? Why does a non-governmental entity called the “Federal Reserve” control almost all aspects of that system? [2]. If the U.S. Treasury prints our money, it’s only logical that it should control our money as well. (In fact, in most, if not all, of the Western countries, Jews control the money, not the governments – a curious situation indeed):

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[1] the Federal Reserve issues America’s money and sets monetary policies

[2] Federal Reserve employees are not government employees


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  7. 7 Responses to “Greenspan and the Economy”

    1. Olde Douche Sucks Says:

      In fact, in most, if not all, of the Western countries, Jews control the money, not the governments – a curious situation indeed

      There’s no need to control the government directly in a so-called “democracy”.

      Most politicians are so venal they can be made to do one’s bidding through simple bribery (campaign contributions or the promise of campaign contributions).

      Look how easy it was for the usurers to get the Federal Reserve Act passed.

      And then the Sixteenth Amendment that enshrined our status as debt slaves.

    2. DMS Says:

      Chutzpah:”So, who owns the Fed? Although it is set up like a private corporation and member banks hold its stock, the Fed owes its existence to an act of Congress and has a mandate to serve the public. Therefore, the most accurate answer may be that the Fed is ‘owned’ by the citizens of the United States.”

    3. -jc Says:

      Now you’re talking what American’s could do to lay the ax to the root of the problem, if there weren’t so ignorant, so defeated emotionally and apathetic. Hanging the corrupt needs to make a comeback.

      “Permit me to control the money of a nation and I care not who makes its laws.” -Mayer Amschel Bauer, patriarch, Rothschild/Red Shield international banking dynasty

      “If the American people ever allow banks control of the issuance of their currency, the banks and the corporations that will grow up around them will, first by inflation and then by deflation, deprive the people of their property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.” –Thomas Jefferson

    4. -jc Says:

      The Fed is not owned by the people of the United States any more than the Postal Service. It is ostensibly a government-controlled corporation.

      5 USC 103 – Sec. 103. Government corporation

      5 USC – U.S. Code – Title 5: Government Organization and Employees (January 2004)

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      For the purpose of this title – (1) “Government corporation” means a corporation owned or controlled by the Government of the United States; and (2) “Government controlled corporation” does not include a corporation owned by the Government of the United States.

    5. -jc Says:

      The problem however is who controls the Government of the United States: He who pays the piper calls the tune.

    6. shabbos s. shabazz Says:

      Gasoline too high? Actually. it’s just playing catch-up. Gas prices, adjusted for inflation, actually declined from 1980 to 2002. Even in nominal terms
      (not inflation adjusted) it was still less in 2002- from $1.50 down to $1.30. Let us use the first class stamps as a proxy for inflation, over the last fifty years.
      Stamps have gone from 3 cents to 42 cents. Using my calculator, this shows a compounded rate of 5.41% per year.

      Gas was around 30 cents in 1958. Compounding 5.41% price growth over half a century, the predicted price of gasoline in the year 2008 is $4.18. . .
      Gas was very cheap early in this decade- folks are forgetting about that. It’z just gone back to the inflationary trend line.

      http://www.randomuseless.info/gasprice/gasprice.html

    7. Olde_Dutch Says:

      I don’t buy these inflationary trend line arguements over long time periods; generally jews make ’em to either calm the goy, or, scare the goy. A good example would be those folks who claim today’s dollar is only worth 2 cents as opposed to the dollar at some date early in the last century. The only problem is no one has invented a way to travel back through time with their dollar. LOL. The same could be said of travelling forward in time too.