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Federal Reserve Whistleblower Tells America The REAL Reason For Quantitative Easing

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posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 12:07 PM
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repost... it is the no 1 story..



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 12:07 PM
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repost... it is the no 1 story..



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 12:09 PM
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Wall Street Journal link where the piece originally was run for those who prefer direct sources: online.wsj.com...

When I was watching the OWS movement, at the beginning there were plenty of Tea Party coming into their IRC. From what I gleaned in the conversations was the comprehension that both the Tea Party and Occupy were taking target at the same issues. However, what eventually occurred was political finger pointing and distrust. It was really sad actually to watch because they were both right and the only thing that really divided them was what end of the political spectrum they self-affiliated with. Eventually, the Tea Partiers stopped cropping up. It was the most clear representation of how divisive party politics could be when Americans are confronted with a very serious problem. Whatever happened to the idea of putting aside one's differences to work together against a common enemy? Anyways, that's what I witnessed back in September of 2011 for what it's worth. I found it really sad.



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 12:12 PM
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I have goose bumps reading the OP, which is excellent info, btw. The goose bumps involve cleaning out all the assets of the poor and middle class before getting rid of them. I know, doom porn has entered into my thinking this morning. The apology is all well and good, but what remedial action is offered? None. Maybe he's apologizing in advance for what he know lies in store for those who have been victimized.



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 12:16 PM
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So the rats start apologizing and jumping ship...
The huge crash must be coming very soon.



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 12:20 PM
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aboutface
I have goose bumps reading the OP, which is excellent info, btw. The goose bumps involve cleaning out all the assets of the poor and middle class before getting rid of them. I know, doom porn has entered into my thinking this morning. The apology is all well and good, but what remedial action is offered? None. Maybe he's apologizing in advance for what he know lies in store for those who have been victimized.


Didn't Wilson do the same thing when he allowed the Fed in the first place?



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 01:06 PM
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WhiteAlice
Wall Street Journal link where the piece originally was run for those who prefer direct sources: online.wsj.com...

When I was watching the OWS movement, at the beginning there were plenty of Tea Party coming into their IRC. From what I gleaned in the conversations was the comprehension that both the Tea Party and Occupy were taking target at the same issues. However, what eventually occurred was political finger pointing and distrust. It was really sad actually to watch because they were both right and the only thing that really divided them was what end of the political spectrum they self-affiliated with. Eventually, the Tea Partiers stopped cropping up. It was the most clear representation of how divisive party politics could be when Americans are confronted with a very serious problem. Whatever happened to the idea of putting aside one's differences to work together against a common enemy? Anyways, that's what I witnessed back in September of 2011 for what it's worth. I found it really sad.





You're dead on, it's hard not to get frustrated when things like that stop something good from moving forward.



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 02:59 PM
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Another source for this article, The Wall Street Journal : Link
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posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 04:41 PM
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VictorVonDoom
I was explaining this to a friend two days ago. She commented on how low gas prices were. I told her it was not a good sign. With all the money that the Fed had been pumping out with QE programs, the resulting inflation should have caused gas prices to go up. Instead, what is happening is that the Fed is giving the money to the banks, but it never gets into circulation. The Dow sees record highs, but people on the street are worse off than before.

Future generations will get the bill for this.


Gas prices are going down because all that fracking for oil has put a dent in the demand for oil exports in those countries that the USA wants to liquidate (Iran and Syria). If the USA can extract 1 million barrels of oil/day, that's 1 million less barrels for Iran or Syria. Even the Saudi's know this too and they fear they'll be next, and are frantically desperate to get their fellow countrymen used to having to work for a living.



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 04:53 PM
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VictorVonDoom
I was explaining this to a friend two days ago. She commented on how low gas prices were. I told her it was not a good sign. With all the money that the Fed had been pumping out with QE programs, the resulting inflation should have caused gas prices to go up. Instead, what is happening is that the Fed is giving the money to the banks, but it never gets into circulation. The Dow sees record highs, but people on the street are worse off than before.

Future generations will get the bill for this.


Gas prices are going down because all that fracking for oil has put a dent in the demand for oil exports in those countries that the USA wants to liquidate (Iran and Syria). If the USA can extract 1 million barrels of oil/day, that's 1 million less barrels for Iran or Syria. Even the Saudi's know this too and they fear they'll be next, and are frantically desperate to get their fellow countrymen used to having to work for a living.



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 05:06 PM
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A 'Whistle Blower' is the first person to bring attention to some dark subtrefuge or wrong-=doing



If this latest 'confessor-of-sins' is a Whistle blower i'll eat my hat


the Wall Street rip-off scheme happened 5 years ago... Now That ain't whistle-blowing after the story has been the topic of conversation since 2008


that's just a johnny-come-lately.... easing his mind or something

but it sure ain't breaking-the-news to the public...whistleblowing



let's get it right WS & the paid-for congress & the Kommander-in-chief were ALL about bailing-out WS & not Main Street...it was obvious the next morning after the TARP !



wissle-blower is more like it



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 06:00 PM
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This is no surprise, Alex Jones has been saying this for a long time. The Fed is a criminal private bank, only a fool would think that the Fed was created to help the U.S.
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posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 06:44 PM
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So, the main stream finally woke up!! I won't say i told you so, however all you need do is check the posts from 2008 here to see this is not new.

Anyway, glad is it FINALLY out there, five years later!



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 08:05 PM
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RickyD
I can't wait for the day we hit the tipping point.


The proverbial tipping point, or rather the point of social unrest in our culture, is mostly an illusion created by those in power to forestall any organized action. While intelligent people wait for someone of relevance to 'wake-up' and deal with the entrenched stupidity, they mollify most citizens' urge to be heard by pretending to cater to those concerns. but always in a consistently ineffectual and counterproductive way.

To this end, that meme is equivalent in effect to the often reinforced "Don't throw your vote away by voting for someone you think can't win." This adage actually calls for the citizen to betray their own judgement, in order to play a fixed game. Sad, sad.

Things do change sometimes..., maybe.



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 08:08 PM
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RickyD
I can't wait for the day we hit the tipping point. I'd like to see these people tarred and feathered and hung from lamp posts. For the heads of these corrupt banks I feel the old practice of being drawn and quartered fits nicely. Take the heads and mount them on pikes at the Statue of Liberty as a warning to their kind to stay the F*ck away from the US. Barbaric punishments only suited for the barbarians who rape and pillage the classes below them.

ETA: Maybe throwing them all in a french style oubliette with no food or water and let them rape and pillage themselves until the last one starves out...I guess you can tell this type of thing makes me a bit angry...
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Since we are talking torture I say we give them all a nice lengthy sit on the good ol' Judas Chair... in my opinion one of the worst tortures since the brazen bull.



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 08:09 PM
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Great post.....I think someone else might have mentioned it, but the gov't is the one doing this. So, when Obama gets up and says he is for the little guy or the middle class. NO he isn't. ALWAYS FOLLOW THE MONEY!!! The more money he makes for his WALL STREET friends (sshhhh, that's a secret), the more they can give to get his buddies elected.

Always made me laugh that the OWS people thought the DEMS were on their side. NO POLITITIAN IS ON OUR SIDE!!

How many trading days this year has JP Morgan had a losing day??? Answer = ZERO. How do you not have 1 bad day on the stock market ALL YEAR??

It's OK though......cause Obamacare is going to save the middle class with all it's savings. Run I say, Run!!!!!!!!



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 08:09 PM
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Rosinitiate
This isn't a new revelation. In fact, this was discussed ad naseam at the time. They were bailing out international banks also. No one cared then....

It's was actually (IMO) one of the last steps of wealth transfer that was needed. It seems a little late to be concerned now. Something tells me they're not giving back the cookies they stole.


It's reassuring to know that I am not the only one who remembers that "we told you so."

Frankly, it would be naive of us to assume that this aspect of the stratagem is fully revealed. I suspect that there are some pending paradigm-shifts coming in the "Almost-but-not-technically-a-monpoly" big businesses of the world.

It is possible to 'reprogram' the citizens understanding of the wealth machine; and its' true - if still hidden - nature.

The real question will cut them to the quick when it comes. Gee, I hope I can be there.



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 08:32 PM
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I appreciate what you are saying, but FUTURE generations are not going to pay for this. We all are. And it's right around the corner... Don't leave it too late to prepare. A shovel in the face is going to hurt.



posted on Nov, 13 2013 @ 08:44 PM
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OMsk3ptic
This is no surprise, Alex Jones has been saying this for a long time. The Fed is a criminal private bank, only a fool would think that the Fed was created to help the U.S.
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There are many fools.



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