Busted: Bankers and The Global Economy

April 8, 2008

The Fed: A New Mood Stabilizer

U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson Jr. proposes to overhaul the U.S. financial system by transforming the Federal Reserve into a “market stability regulator” instead of the nation’s banking and money source. Mr. Paulson feels secure putting the International Society of Bankers in direct control of the U.S. economy.

Behind the scenes, a strong possibility exists that because the United States faces a 10 trillion dollar national debt soon, giving the global banking system economic control of this country is required to keep full monetary support. Deep dark rumors say that the International Bankers are tired of American excess and have been considering pulling the plug unless they get a bigger piece of the pie and more control. The price of greedy bankers and governmental unwillingness to use restraint in promoting raw profiteering has effectively put the United States economy up for sale. The new plans of the U.S. Treasury Department play right into the hands of the International Society of Bankers, taking the International Banking Corporations one step closer to global financial rule.

Based on new proposals, the Fed would become the manager of national wealth of the economy with the primary duty of supporting confidence in the proper functioning of the U.S. marketplace. From the beginning, central banks have offered the prospect of increased financial stability.

The lines in banking have been blurred by the creation of new banking instruments. Most of banking liquidity issues have been caused by the banking vehicles that were supposed to profit the bankers so abundantly. The new financial order that has been created requires larger authority, safety and security. The central bank of the United States, the Fed, is the obvious choice to the U.S. government.

Greater reliance of the International Society of Bankers has reached global scope. Central banks have been given greater independence and power. Mexico, England, Japan and the European Union are examples of the stronghold by international central banking.

The Fed has been quite creative with the innovation of three new banking processes. Two of these processes were coordinated and planned using the combined brainpower and financial backing of the global central banking system. The third process was brought to power after the fall of Bear Stearns. The new process put a new floor in the U.S. economy. The rising authority and prestige of International Bankers is in evidence and building by the day.

Maintaining confidence is what the Federal Reserve is all about. What the Fed is really selling isn’t real money at all. They create money out of nothing except confidence by printing more paper. The Fed is selling confidence in financial society. Keeping that confidence is key to the success of the International Bankers and the nations that are now being influenced by them.

Because of the waning dollar, plans are in place to replace the dollar with a more universal currency, much like the Euro. This will allow the International Bankers to creatively reassign the U.S. national debt.

The International Society of Bankers has what the United States thinks it wants. Stability, security and authority have been marketed and widely accepted. Unfortunately, the appearance of safety, stability and global authority don’t bring freedom or national sovereignty.

The tradeoff is similar to the deal made when the twin towers were removed from the New York City skyline in 2001. The politicians and the public quickly sold out to the idea of security. For shallow people that value the car they drive more than freedom, the illusion of security feels much safer.

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