>The Greatest Theft in History

>From Fighting in the Shade, via Coordinated Illumination:

During the last nine months 9 TRILLION dollars has been created out of thin air and disappeared into the labyrinthine maw of the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States. One would assume that the “owners” of this vast wealth (the taxpayers of the U.S.) would be entitled at the very least to know the identity of the beneficiaries and recipients of this largess. Such an assumption would be wrong! Dear reader, please take the five and one half minutes required to view the following video. By the way, the legislator posing the questions of the representative of the Federal Reserve is a Democrat, Alan Grayson.

The most astonishing part of the video begins at 1 minute 25 seconds:

Audit the Fed, then end the Fed.

With our inattention and passivity, we have let the Bad People do this — to our children, grandchildren, and future generations. As such, we should remember Mr. Zappa’s wisdom:

“If your children ever find out how lame you really are, they’re gonna murder you in your sleep.”

One response to “>The Greatest Theft in History

  1. >Other historical rip-offs of the American people occured with the TARP and STIMULUS bills passed, but never read, by our elected, so-called, representatives (Senators AND Congresspersons).Exactly where do "the people" think the money went from their retirement/investment accounts?It was there, then it was not. What happened to it? Where did it go?I can pretty much assure any readers that if the Congress is not "fundamentally transformed" in the 2010 elections, violent conflict will erupt shortly thereafter in the U.S.When that happens, politicians better have some well-hidden, unpenetrable spider holes (better than SoDamn Insane was in) to hide in for a long, long time.Nex ut Tyrannus!Spook