December 3, 2009
Let’s thank Bernie Sanders, Vermont Independent, for blocking for now the re-confirmation of Ben Bernanke to the Federal Reserve.
At the same time, we need to correct Sanders’ critique of the Fed.
“The American people overwhelmingly voted last year for a change in our national priorities to put the interest of ordinary people ahead of the greed of Wall Street and the wealthy few,” Sanders wrote in a statement. “What American people did not bargain for was another four years for one of the key architects of the Bush economy.”
Sander also said the Fed could have averted the financial crisis but failed to perform its “core responsibility” and because of this it’s time for Bernanke to go.
In fact, the Fed is performing its “core responsibility.”
Mr. Sanders apparently believes the Federal Reserve is part of the government when in fact it is a bankster criminal organization masquerading as a federal agency. The Fed is not federal. It has no reserves. It is not a bank. It was created in 1913 by agents of J.P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, and European bankers to take over the U.S. money supply and monopolize the banking system.
[efoods]Our current economic problems are directly related to the fact the Federal Reserve, the World Bank, and the IMF are allowed to create money out of thin air and create global inflation. Like the corrupt government of Zimbabwe, these criminal organizations create funny money out of nothing. It is a parlor trick accomplished by entering numbers in a computer.
Sanders blames the Bush administration for the economic crisis. It does not matter if a Republican or Democrat is in office. Federal Reserve monetary policy remains the same no matter who the front man in the White House is. Partisan politics and blaming the last seat-warmer will not solve anything.
“The current Globalist Financial Crisis is a Financial False Flag operation. It is a controlled collapse of the globalist economic system, engineered by an international war crimes racketeering organization. The globalist financial system is being intentionally destabilized,” writes Alfred Lambremont Webre.
In response to their engineered collapse — and depressions are now scientifically created, as Lindbergh rightly noted after the creation of the Federal Reserve — the banksters and their political minions are demanding world government and a global banking cartel to “regulate” (dominate) the world economy.
Tossing Bernanke out on his ear will not save us from this globalist financial false flag operation. Stalling Bernanke’s re-anointment will not slow down the scam.
Only an audit and eventual abolition of the Federal Reserve will save us from the banksters and their criminal scheme. Open the Fed’s books will allow us to identify the criminals, arrest them, and put them on trial for economic crimes against humanity.
Sanders and other members of Congress opposed to the bankers need to correctly identify and expose the banksters and their grand scale heist of the global economy.
It does not matter if Bernanke is re-installed on the Federal Reserve throne. It does not matter if his re-nomination is delayed a couple hours or a few days.
The Fed needs to be abolished — and sooner before later if we are going to prevent a total collapse of the economy, the imposition of a dictatorial world government, and the installation of world-wide serfdom and a high-tech slave and surveillance grid.