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The Federal Reserve Is Destroying America

The Federal Reserve Is Destroying America

Lee Rogers
Funny Money Report
March 17, 2008

It is incredible to see the rampant devaluation of the U.S. Dollar. The Federal Reserve just hours ago made a rare cut of 25 basis points during the weekend which will cause even more inflation. Gold immediately moved up $20 an ounce and the U.S. Dollar Index plunged under 71 in international trading. If this type of market activity continues the U.S. Dollar will have no value in a few months. While it is probably unlikely that we will see a hyper-inflationary collapse of the U.S. Dollar within the next few months, these policies are entirely unsustainable. If the Federal Reserve does not move to defend the value of the U.S. Dollar we will eventually see a hyper-inflationary collapse and worldwide financial turmoil. This view is also shared by other well respected financial analysts. Peter Schiff recently raised concerns about a hyper-inflationary collapse of the U.S. Dollar, Robert Reich a former Clinton cabinet member believes we are facing a depression and Alan Greenspan the man who caused this whole mess wrote in the Financial Times stating that we are facing the worst financial crisis since World War II. What’s amazing is that the Federal Reserve isn’t even trying to protect the U.S. Dollar because all they care about is saving the power of their private banking cartel. They don’t care about the U.S. Dollar nor do they care about the country itself. They are destroying this country through their actions and there needs to be an investigation into the controllers of this bank.

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A Time For Caution

321 Gold
March 16, 2008

I wrote a piece 10 days ago suggesting caution on the part of my readers. Gold and silver are at bullish extremes; the dollar is at a bearish extreme. In any normal time, we would expect to see a correction, probably violent. I still believe we will have a correction shortly but we may no longer control anything. While the metals and the dollar are showing extremes of emotion, the shares of mining companies still seem to be very bullish based on my read of the XAU over gold.

My readers are smart enough to realize we are not in normal times. We are in a Domino Depression where we can expect two or three hedge funds to collapse every day, banks to go under on a regular basis. Northern Rock collapsed last fall, I for one, cannot understand how the rest of the banking system has not failed.

It’s starting again; we are in uncharted waters where no one quite understands where we are; we’ve never been here before. Bear Sterns crashed on Friday last. On Monday March 17th, President Bush meets with the infamous Plunge Protection Team. The alternatives are everything from a Bank Holiday to a nuclear attack on Iran to Bush declaring a “National Emergency” and naming himself Fuhrer.

One of the very real alternatives is Weimar style inflation. That’s what the government would like to do; it’s a question of if the rest of the world will go along with it. All it would take for a total and immediate failure would be for China or Russia or Japan or Saudi Arabia to dump the dollar.

It’s a time for caution. We SHOULD have a violent correction in gold and silver and the dollar based on emotion and government intervention but we could see $3,000 gold in a week or the start of a living nightmare brought to you by the Gang of Fools in Washington. No one knows.

I’m tempted to say the government’s ability to deceive is far greater than I ever imagined and the stupidity of Americans equally unimagined. We may well coast into Armageddon at a nice measured rate or we could see a freeze-up next week. The time will come when there is a total freeze-up in the banking system and all the banks will close. I just don’t know if it’s next week or not.

It’s a time to be cautious. We are not entering a recession; it’s a full-blown Domino Depression. It’s not a time to be in CDs or Real Estate or speculating in the stock market. You need to own real things of some real value. Our world is changing at an ever-increasing rate. Own some physical gold and pay attention to what is going on.

 

Leading Economic Writer: Financial Meltdown A “Gigantic Fraud”

Steve Watson
Infowars.net
March 17, 2008

A leading economic journalist has described the current financial crisis as a “gigantic fraud”, the fallout of a deliberate and preconceived profit agenda to enslave the middle classes in a debt bubble.

The economics editor of the London Guardian, Larry Elliott, has hit out at the global financial elite in a refreshing piece that marks a rare shift away from the establishment hackery we are used to from the corporate media.

In an article titled America was conned – who will pay? Elliot writes:

Indeed, it is somewhat surprising that there is not already rioting in the streets, given the gigantic fraud perpetrated by the financial elite at the expense of ordinary Americans.

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Business, of course, needs consumers to carry on spending in order to make money, so a way had to be found to persuade households to do their patriotic duty. The method chosen was simple. Whip up a colossal housing bubble, convince consumers that it makes sense to borrow money against the rising value of their homes to supplement their meagre real wage growth and watch the profits roll in.

As they did – for a while. Now it’s payback time and the mood could get very ugly. Americans, to put it bluntly, have been conned. They have been duped by a bunch of serpent-tongued hucksters who packed up the wagon and made it across the county line before a lynch mob could be formed.

Elliot also states that the debate is now not about whether the US faces a recession, but is about how deep it will be and how long it will last, comparing the downturn to the South Sea Bubble crisis in 1720, and declaring that the “Ponzi securitisation scam has been exposed.”

A Ponzi scheme, named after Charles Ponzi, is one that offers abnormally high short-term returns in order to entice new investors. The high returns that a Ponzi scheme advertises and pays require an ever-increasing flow of money from investors in order to keep the scheme going, meaning it is inevitable that it will eventually collapse.

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Stock Guru Granville: We Are In A Crash
http://www.bloomberg.com..p;sid=aMVeMY2hvYUI&refer=home

Not Just Recession, Clinton Appointee Talking ‘Depression’
http://www.businessandmedia.org/articles/2008/20080314131851.aspx

Oil plummets on economy worries
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080317/ap_on_bi_ge/oil_prices

Bernanke May Run Low on `Ammunition’ for Loans, Rates
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news..amp;refer=exclusive

Who Is Responsible for the World Food Shortage?
http://www.larouchepub.com/other/1995/2249_food_intro.html

NZ market hit by US meltdown
http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/newsdetail1.asp?storyID=134130

House, Senate endorse tax hikes
http://www.rawstory.com/new..enate_endorse_tax_hikes_03132008.html

Dollars Tough To Sell On Amsterdam
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousiv/idUSL1758265520080317

Gulf States Creep Away From Plunging Dollar
http://prisonplanet.com/articles/march2008/031708_creep_away.htm

IMF, OECD hit alarm buttons for crisis-hit global financial system
http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/200803..Aj6Sk0_nk7A4Wj6bi0U.nq7.ucsA

Goldman Sees $175 Oil & Explosive Commodities
http://www.bloomberg.com/app..newsarchive&sid=aUmQ3MBOkx_0