posted on Mar, 9 2010 @ 01:52 PM
reply to post by impressme
"There is nothing as powerful as the truth and often nothing as strange."
It's been on my mind for quite some time, what will happen once the truth is out. John Kennedy and his brother were both killed and the full truth is
yet to be out in the light of day...there are so many converging areas of internal collapse at present, so many hidden realitites and distortions that
it seems immprobabale that they can all be controlled and covered. How do we add our full energetic capability toward full disclosure/exposure of the
whole game...for it feels to me that system failure is imminent.
In a similar tangent...did any of you catch this today.
The Treasury Department is vigorously opposed to a House-passed measure that would open the Federal Reserve to an audit by the Government
Accountability Office (GAO), a senior Treasury official said Monday. Instead, the official said, the Treasury prefers a substitute offered by Rep. Mel
Watt (D-N.C.), and would like to see it enacted as part of the Senate bill.
The Watt measure, however, while claiming to increase transparency, actually puts new restrictions on the GAO's ability to perform an audit.
Secretary Tim Geithner, Assistant Treasury Secretary Alan Krueger and Gene Sperling, a counselor to the secretary, held a briefing Monday with new
media reporters and financial bloggers during which they discussed the Fed audit and other topics. Under the briefing's ground rules, the officials
could be paraphrased but not quoted, and the paraphrase could not be connected to a specific official.
HuffPost reporter Sam Stein lodged what he called a "formal complaint" against the ground rules. The complaint was noted and the briefing began.
"To convince someone of the truth, it is not enough to state it, but rather one must find the path from error to truth." Ludwig Wittgenstein