posted on Sep, 28 2008 @ 06:03 PM
Its very simple, the banking system that actually is the one that wrote the bail out
demanded and incredible and unreasonably of total
powers for the Federal Reserve
, but they knew that The total power
will never pass with some compromise, so they now made the bill so
that the entire purpose of it is now hidden withing the many pages of nothing but bogus demands
With the sole purpose of appeasing the population and tax payer of this nation.
”This sucker could go down
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson knew he had to act fast, to make the $700 billion bailout happen in the same time period in which God was said to
have created the world. The seven Day clock was ticking and the bill seemed headed for the endzone. As former football player, Paulson avoided blocks
by Nancy and tackles by Barney and was ready to throw a Hail Mary Pass if all else failed. President Bush was awakened from his slumber, given a
script and a role to play in his White House pulpit. His own party summarized the problem this way:
But the reality is that the Suckers are the Sty stem and the taxpayers
At the end the ones that wanted and pushed this bill Are the global bankers
the billionaires that have stakes in the markets and with the
While the media has completely made a circus of the situation with their various experts on the matter
making the population aware of the
dangers of not having this bill, we have only coverage of the banks of England our friends
pumping money on the markets as our heroes.
The truth is that The real heroes are the banks that the media didn’t even talks about it the Asian banks
the investors and banks in Asia that have kept our economy afloat. Asian banks are losing confidence with the U.S. China is warning its banks not
to pump more money into the U.S. We are dependent on OCM (Other country’s money) and as they go, we will go too. The current reality is not being
made clear as Republicans and Democrats trade accusations or stop talking to each other. I fear President Bush may finally be right: “This sucker
could go down.” Part of me thinks that may not be a bad thing - but, alas, I know better. What we really need is debt relief.
The irony, this ladies and gentlemen this lengthy and incredible full of loopholes and indecipherable bill (no for the understanding of the common
tax payer) is going to make us all nothing more than suckers.