It Begins: Council On Foreign Relations Proposes That "Central Banks Should Hand Consumers Cash Dir

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posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 12:22 PM
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Alright Kids, So, they've finally realized that just pumping up asset prices for The Rich has only minimal trickle down effect on the rest of us. Now The Highly Educated Ivy League Controllers think that it's maybe better to give us Mushrooms (Feed us #e and keep us in the dark) Types a few Spongolees Back and that will revive The Economy that we all depend on All Better. My opinion is they best make it a Big Cash Drop, because from my POV "This Suckers Goin' Down' otherwise (Thank You, Dubya or your most inciteful quote).

Sp Boys and Girls What do you think, would you guys be willing to go on a Big Shopping Spree if The Gypsy Thieves who've stolen almost everything in our once Fair Land give us a little back. Or is it still Boiled Ropes and Lamp Posts LOL
Peace Guys Arjunada

Here's The Article:


zerohedge
A year ago, when it became abundantly clear that all of the Fed's attempts to boost the economy have failed, leading instead to a record divergence between the "1%" who were benefiting from the Fed's aritficial inflation of financial assets, and everyone else (a topic that would become one of the most discussed issues of 2014) and with no help coming from a hopelessly broken Congress (who can forget the infamous plea by a desperate Wall Street lobby-funding recipient "Get to work Mr. Chariman"), we wrote that "Bernanke's Helicopter Is Warming Up."

The reasoning was very simple: in a country (and world) drowning with debt, there are only two options to extinguish said debt: inflate it away or default. Anything else is kicking the can while making the problem even worse. Because while the Fed has been successful at recreating the world's biggest asset bubble (in history), it has failed to stimulate broad, "benign" demand-pull inflation as the trickle down effects of its "wealth effect" have failed to materialize 6 years after the launch of the Fed's unconventional monetary policies.

In other words, a world stuck in the last phase before complete Keynesian collapse, had no choice but to gamble "all in" with the last and only bluff it had left before admitting the economic system it had labored under, one which has borrowed so extensively from the future to fund the present that there is no future left, has failed.

The only question left was when would the trial balloons for such monetary paradrops start to emerge.
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posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 12:28 PM
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It has been proven time and time again that the economy is driven by the middle class. It seems like those in the government only want to pass legislation that benefits big business, instead of the pre-mentioned force that drives the economy. When the government does a bail-out of big business, be it insurance companies, car manufacturers, etc., it will have an adverse effect on our economy.

Our economy’s infrastructure is based upon a debt-interest system, which only benefits the bankers. Inflation is the market making up for the fact that we owe interest, and our currency keeps getting devalued with every purchase.

Here is what I know: I am a computer nerd, and work on them for a living. If I can figure out what is wrong with the economy, then brilliant minds that sit around in think tanks 24/7 can figure it out. The fact they, and they being the government, have done nothing about it…. Well, that tells me this whole thing is a gigantic orchestration of some selfish person’s private machinations.

The economy will collapse every time it is instituted under this system, because it has no choice but to.

The bubble pops when people realize the value of their currency is intrinsically related to the value they place upon it.
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posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 12:31 PM
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They haven't really fixed anything since 2008. They threw a bunch of money at it to cover it, like toilet paper on poop.

Fixing this is not easy because it is widespread in the world. But fixing it is better than to keep covering it with money. Sooner or later the outhouse has to be emptied.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 12:32 PM
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Right you are Mentor, Star for you, Nice reply, so we'll probably have lots of Money in the end, The problem is it won't be worth The Paper it's printed on. Peace My Friend
Arjunanda a reply to: MentorsRiddle



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 12:35 PM
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I like your Toilet Paper Analogy Ricky, So you can throw as much paper as you've got at it, but the Big Pile O'Poop's still gonna stink, Nice One, A Star for you
Arjunada a reply to: rickymouse



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 12:42 PM
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Meanwhile they avoid the real problem with big business
when big business loses profit over anything, they raise their prices for everything
Eff the little guy right? they want their profits.
also,
END THE FEDERAL RESERVE



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 12:50 PM
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I'm with you on The End The Fed Reserve (owned by supposedly 12 Regional Fed Branches). But actually owned by European Banking Families who treat This Country and it's people as A Big Plantation with lots of very expendable Slaves. By owning The Issuance of our currency it gives them Total Control and saves them the effort of having to have occupying forces with Boots on the Ground here. They just siphon off All The Profits and leave us fighting amongst each other for crumbs. Nice Reply and Peace My Friend
Arjunada . a reply to: EyesOpenMouthShut



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 01:20 PM
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I think the point is there is this 1% of the US population that owns almost everything, so basically they have a stranglehold maintained and manicured by the federal government. Who knows how diabolical it really is? because I think we don't know. but when we find out as a nation, together we can do something.


and the bankers are scared, why else would the government be spying on citizens? they are screening for the tidal wave.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 01:27 PM
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Funny enough, if they just did that in 2008... it likely would have worked...



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 01:41 PM
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a reply to: arjunanda
I think it is going to be more like "Bail-Ins" as Brother Nathaniel explains, even more more despicable the Bail-Outs.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 01:45 PM
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You're probably Right R_ Clark, we wouldn't have had to have gone through a lot of the pain we've felt over this last six years. But as you probably know it's all about the one per centers holding on to their Total Control Thing. A Star For you
Arjunanda a reply to: R_Clark



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 01:49 PM
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Well Ugmold, We all know there's only one way round that, Keep Stackin' Guys and Gals (where they can't find it) and Love Your Fellow Brothers and Sisters around The World we're All in This Together. Peace Guys
Arjunanda a reply to: ugmold



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 02:35 PM
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It goes like this: have the government print their OWN currency instead of BORROWING it with interest attached before it's even in circulation from the Federal Reserve. I think I read somewhere (The Constitution) that's how's it's supposed to be done.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 02:58 PM
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originally posted by: EyesOpenMouthShut
Meanwhile they avoid the real problem with big business
when big business loses profit over anything, they raise their prices for everything
Eff the little guy right? they want their profits.
also,
END THE FEDERAL RESERVE


Big Business gets taxes raised, they raise prices or cut wages.
Big Business gets fined, they raise prices or cut wages.
Big Business needs ceo and shareholders to get more earnings, they raise prices or cut wages.

But for the ones taking all the "risk" and rewards, you rarely see them cut their own wages.

Im not talking about small business, but the big corporate conglomerates.
Even when the company folds they get golden parachutes. Where was the risk for themselves?



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 02:59 PM
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originally posted by: arjunanda
Right you are Mentor, Star for you, Nice reply, so we'll probably have lots of Money in the end, The problem is it won't be worth The Paper it's printed on. Peace My Friend
Arjunanda a reply to: MentorsRiddle




A days wages for a loaf of bread comes to mind.......



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 03:11 PM
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Yeah Jacobe001, Just be careful The Societal Controllers actually give you a Fresh Loaf, not The Old Moldy Stuff. Don't worry in The Arm Wrestling Match we're in with The Central Bankers (Skimmers), they've got our arms nearly down on the table (we're nearly down and out the game). Good Reply My Friend
Arjunandaa reply to: jacobe001



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 05:28 PM
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It's a big Ponzi scheme, a complete and utter fabrication, just like this whole reality...a fiction, a mental construct. Your about to awaken and discover that you ARE ALL there IS and that this was all just sum thing conjured up for amusement and experiential data of a Cosmic magnitude. You really do have a sense of humor.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 06:50 PM
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The Middle-Class are the producers of goods and services. They are punished whilst welfare recipients and corporate officers make out like bandits. Until the labors of the middle class are rewarded and not punished, and until the formation of money is taken out of the hands of the banksters, things will continue to rapidly worsen.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 07:12 PM
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sI Like what you've for to say Tusks, So if taking 100 percent of The Fruits of one's labor is Slavery. Then what percentage does it not become Slavery? Then giving it away to your Political Backers Cronies (Friends and Family) to Add Insult to Injury. HHHMMM.... Namaste
Arjunanda a reply to: Tusks



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 07:21 PM
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If they would have given the money that went to bail out the banks, to US construction contractors to rebuild all the failing bridges and highways, the US economy would be humming along, people would be working, and things would be getting built. In other words, trickle-UP. Make the banks work for their money by offering useful services, don't just hand the banks the money and expect things to be fixed. That is beyond stupid, it is fraudulent.

I had a 3 year old business that was moving but starving for cash. Went to the bank. They told me to go ask family or friends. No assets, no business.





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