posted on Sep, 1 2008 @ 01:00 AM
Growth unadjusted for inflation is only growth for the banking system. Growth overcome by inflation (which we currently have) is, as i said, still
growth for the banking system, but it brings the average citizen to poverty.
As for if the Fed says there is inflation or not on their website, browse Youtube a bit...wasn't but a couple months ago where I watched one video
where Bernake both admitted that the use of inflation by the Fed is taxation (illegal taxation,) and also that inflation has gotten out of control and
is responsible for the rise in commodity prices, by and large.
If you want an easy indicator of our money problems, compare exchange rates from 2000 to exchange rates today. Compare the % of loss vs the % rise
(avg) in commodities. Draw some obvious conclusions. Compare % of loss to dollars "borrowed" from the Fed. Draw some more obvious conclusions.
Im not going to post it all here for you, because you obviously need to go through the steps yourself to truly understand what is happening. I don't
care if you agree with my solution, but I do care that you be honest with yourself about the bare facts.
Learn some history, and you'll see that none of what we face right now is new. Reagan used the "war on terror" that Bush has resurrected. The 70's
saw large environmental scams, like the man-made global warming scam of today, and also saw market manipulation to cause fuel shortages and price
spikes, as well as the institution of insanely prohibitive standards to prohibit the construction of new refineries, which is part of the "energy
crisis" today. The same techniques used in the past are being used again today. Learn, understand, and decide what matters most to you in life.
We don't need politicians who dictate morality based on their religions, be they Christian morals or Naturalist/Environmentalist morals. We don't
need governments who try to run and regulate every market. We don't need a banking system that can steal from us at will. We need freedom; freedom to
make our own decisions, and to suffer or prosper accordingly. Most of all, we need a solid currency, so the everyday man is not robbed his entire life
by inflation. When you give an organization the power of inflation, it's like selling your labor to another, getting paid, and then having that
person come to your home, beat you to the floor, beat your family to the floor, and take back your hard earned wages. Why should ANYONE want to allow