Why the Fed is not lost, because it is a private bank?

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Specialist Public Relations / Publicists bank working families, to monitor the sites and post false information to confuse people, but the Federal Reserve Board is a private bank which “elected” president, who receive large campaign contributions. The Federal Reserve is actually aktsionäridele.Aktsionärid: http://www.save-a-patriot.org/files/view/whofed.htmlMuide people, by the banking crisis is not real. This is a semblance of living a bit out of their shares to shareholders and steal taxpayer money (437 billion U.S. dollars) per day, the voiceless masses. The collapse of these banks was intentional. You can not tell me honestly investment banks have been foolish dandy. It was not an accident. Why are these institutions following the bankruptcy and then bought out the shareholders have lost everything, or just bought for pennies, then, that some EU institutions, the Fed itself? WaMu, Bear Sterns, Wachovia, Merrill Lynch & Co., Countrywide Financial Corp. are a few of these companies, which had been “bought”. In addition, a flat or declining wages and inflation in the U.S. 10%, you lose the purchasing power (or money, depending on how you view it) if the bank only gives you 2.5% -5.0% of the cash account, is still 5.0% of their assets (if you’re lucky). Second, they lend their money immediately to you with credit cards by 12% -18%. Moneylenders take less. Conspiracy is a term used to discredit the factual information on individuals. I do not think aliens or the black helicopters. But these people have to steal for you: FACT. “Experts” who deny that there are likely to serve their interests. They are “informed” that the economy extremely well you can not find? How much is your home worth? If you buy a house of 30 year fixed 200K, it actually will cost about 600K. And people wonder why they are poor? The only way to get rich is to stay away from debt. You can rent a house or you can “rent” the bank for more. Rent from the bank and they tell you to paint that fence and make small corrections, because they know that if you lost your job 10 years, you lose the house. Are they really losing money? No, they have already returned to his 200K (essentially “15years interest first mortgage”). Then they take your house. Everything can be paid in cash. Use the money you do not need projects bills and start a business, that’s how your capital is your töötab.Peal, bankers to finance politicians decide to absorb, communicate, take into custody, whatever you want the call, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, whose combined 5400000000000 mortgages outstanding. What this means for you is this: you’re stuck with a huge 5.4 trillion debt, more (700 billion dollar bailout). 437.53 billion dollars more in the day to keep financial firms afloat. These banks / insurance companies lobbying for the removal of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley, just ajal.http right: / / www.newsdaily.com/stories/tre49f979-us-usa-fed-discount/

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    N. Cognito
    April 29, 2011 at 10:47 pm

    Because federal propaganda and finger-pointing has been raised to an art form.

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    just plain jim
    April 29, 2011 at 11:46 pm

    The reason is simple, they have POWER

    Ron Paul has stated that the congress doesn’t even know who really owns the Federal Reserve System.

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    April 30, 2011 at 12:45 am

    Because they’d rather keep ripping us off:

    This agency is supposed to keep the economy growing smoothly by regulating the quantity of money in circulation. Thus it became the government’s job to create prosperity – something coercion can never achieve.

    The Federal Reserve was sold to the American people as a way to eliminate inflation, recession, and banking panics. Instead, it presided over America’s worst depression (1929-1941), its biggest banking crisis (1933), and its longest sustained inflation (starting in 1955 and still going).

    The last year in which the Consumer Price Index didn’t rise was 1954. We have had inflation in 66 of the 80 years since the inception of the Federal Reserve, while there were only 20 years of inflation in the 80 years preceding the Federal Reserve.

    And as far as the bailout goes:

    Actually the government doesn’t bail anybody out. They simply create credit and make it available to those on the inside. Unknown completely to the American people, every “bailout” cost every dollar holder because it dilutes their dollars and the result is reduced purchasing power. They steal trillions of dollars this way and they will finally reduce the middle class in the US to poverty.

    There is plenty of precedent and history. It happened in Germany in 1923 and ruined most of the German people. Only those who bought gold and foreign currencies preserved their savings.

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    ruff-ruff grrrr
    April 30, 2011 at 1:26 am

    Oh I agree. The banking industry is completely out of control. They’re the new mafia, and that’s no joke. $ 35.00 fee for bouncing a fifty-cent check. Another $ 12.00 PER DAY until both fees and fifty-cents are paid back. It’s a corporate version of Tony Soprano. And with the big, national banks, they’ll charge $ 25.00 to close an account!!

    There was once a day in this country, when a man could put a dollar into his account, and know beyond doubt his dollar was earning interest as long as he left it alone. Not anymore. In most banks, if the account’s under $ 300.00, he won’t earn any interest. And I know some banks who’ll make him wait until it’s a $ 1,000.

    On top of it, the banks are doing everything they can to drive these paycheck loan places out of business. They see them as competition. Now I ask you, is that not the mafia trying to muscle in on a legitimate business? And the whole time, the government allows it. Both dem’s and rep’s.

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    April 30, 2011 at 2:09 am

    You don’t know what you’re talking about. The “Fed” is NOT a private bank in the classic sense. The shareholders are member banks. The shares that they hold are determined by the size of the member bank and their capital reserves. They cannot sell or otherwise transfer the shares and the shares pay no dividends. If the member bank is dissolved, the shares are returned to The Fed.

    Any and all profits generated by The Fed are plowed back in to the US Treasury, making The Fed’s effective tax rate 100%. The Fed is audited annually and the audit reports are public documents and are available on their website.

    Educate yourself at the source first, before you start ranting about something that you obviously know NOTHING about, please.

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    Economics Wiz
    April 30, 2011 at 2:28 am

    Actually Bostonianinmo, You are incorrect. I don’t think you have a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago. Perhaps you should do your research. Looks like you post quite a bit for a hobbyist. The Federal Reserve is a Private Corporation. They steal money and this recent banking crises is evidence of their market manipulation.

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    Clark W. Griswold
    April 30, 2011 at 2:38 am

    I won’t speak as to why we haven’t abolished them yet, the answer seems quite obvious. I do want to remark on J.P. Morgan taking out the Lehman Bros. Did anybody happen to look at the hierarchy on the list of shareholders? J.P. Morgan called in their margin loans to Lehman virtually draining them of any liquidity, and forcing them to fold. Why now is there infighting amongst the shareholders? Very interesting if you ask me.

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