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Bernanke channels Nicholas Biddle’s naked bankster arrogance: threatens collapse of economy if crimes of Federal Reserve see light of day under H.R. 1207 audit
Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke unleashed an alarming veiled threat of financial terrorism when he was questioned by Rep. Duncan on Thursday about his response to the fact that a majority of Congress co-sponsoring Ron Paul’s H.R. 1207 bill to audit the Federal Reserve.
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June 27, 2009 Posted by | Financial High Treason | Leave a comment

Supreme Court’s Ginsburg grants delay in Chrysler sale, keeps Fiat’s Bilderberger turdburgling Eurotrash hands off Mopar (for time being)
NEW YORK – Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has temporarily delayed Chrysler’s sale to Fiat. Ginsburg says in an order Monday that the sale is “stayed pending further order.” The action indicates that the delay may only be temporary. Chrysler has said a delay could scuttle the deal. A federal appeals court in New York had earlier approved the sale, but gave opponents some time to file an appeal with the Supreme Court. The Indiana funds filed emergency papers with the Supreme Court on Sunday, joined by lawyers representing consumer groups and individuals with product-related lawsuits.
…just like Thomas Jefferson predicted, America’s best corporations are sold at firesale rates to turdburgling moneychanging scum that have created enough imaginary monopoly money to act like they can legitimately buy the planet.

June 8, 2009 Posted by | Financial High Treason | Leave a comment

Chrysler to Merge with Bilderberger-owned Fiat? Disgraces Legacy of Dodge, Mopar, and Hemi by Joining Chrysler with Maker of the Italian Equivalent of Yugo
DETROIT (Reuters) – U.S. automaker Chrysler, already operating under government emergency aid, would cede control of its board and ultimately senior leadership if it completes a planned alliance with Italy’s Fiat SpA. The U.S. government and Fiat would appoint a board of directors for Chrysler, with a majority of them independent and not employed by either automaker, Chrysler Chief Executive Bob Nardelli said on Thursday in an internal memo to staff. “The board will have the responsibility to appoint a chairman,” Nardelli said in the memo, a copy of which was obtained by Reuters. “The board also will select a CEO with Fiat’s concurrence.”
…If Fiat takes over Chrysler, the company should declare Chapter 11 before hand and seperate Dodge and Jeep into their own corporation. The late 1960’s to early 1970’s Dodge/Plymouth muscle cars (Coronet, Challenger, Charger, Superbee, Superbird, Baracuda (Cuda), GTX, Duster) were perhaps the best automotive engineering EVER to come out of Detroit (there is a reason why all drag cars have Hemi blocks), and a merger with Fiat is a repudiation of this heritage. Here, driver Kowalski uses his psychic connection with DJ Super Soul to blast a white supercharged 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T soul machine past the po-lice Blue Meanies on a cannonball run from Denver to San Francisco in the 1971 cult classic “Vanishing Point.”

April 28, 2009 Posted by | Financial High Treason | Leave a comment

The Income Tax: WWII Disney Propaganda

April 16, 2009 Posted by | Financial High Treason, Propaganda | Leave a comment

Harvard Economist and TARP Congressional Oversight Panel Member Elizabeth Warren on “Effectiveness” of the Bailouts,”Liquidate the Banks; Fire the Executives!”

April 11, 2009 Posted by | Financial High Treason | Leave a comment

Former Clintonite Dick Morris on Sean Hannity: the “Wing Nuts” and “Conspiracy Theorists” were right all along about a Global Currency

March 31, 2009 Posted by | Financial High Treason | Leave a comment

Matt Taibbi on Rachel Maddow: Why Financial Institutions Should Be Broken Up

March 25, 2009 Posted by | Financial High Treason | Leave a comment

The Big Takeover: Bailout or Coup d’Etat?
It’s over — we’re officially, royally fucked. no empire can survive being rendered a permanent laughingstock, which is what happened as of a few weeks ago, when the buffoons who have been running things in this country finally went one step too far. It happened when Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner was forced to admit that he was once again going to have to stuff billions of taxpayer dollars into a dying insurance giant called AIG, itself a profound symbol of our national decline — a corporation that got rich insuring the concrete and steel of American industry in the country’s heyday, only to destroy itself chasing phantom fortunes at the Wall Street card tables, like a dissolute nobleman gambling away the family estate in the waning days of the British Empire.

March 23, 2009 Posted by | Financial High Treason | Leave a comment

Bernanke’s Bankster “Mission Accomplished” Moment: Recession Could End in ’09 (to be followed by the greatest monetary depression since the fall of Rome in 2010)
WASHINGTON – America’s recession “probably” will end this year if the government succeeds in bolstering the banking system, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said Sunday in a rare television interview. In carefully hedged remarks in a taped interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes,” Bernanke seemed to express a bit more optimism that this could be done. Still, Bernanke stressed — as he did to Congress last month — that the prospects for the recession ending this year and a recovery taking root next year hinge on a difficult task: getting banks to lend more freely again and getting the financial markets to work more normally. “We’ve seen some progress in the financial markets, absolutely,” Bernanke said. “But until we get that stabilized and working normally, we’re not going to see recovery. “But we do have a plan. We’re working on it. And, I do think that we will get it stabilized, and we’ll see the recession coming to an end probably this year.” Even if the recession, which began in December 2007, ends this year, the unemployment rate will keep climbing past the current quarter-century high of 8.1 percent, Bernanke said. A growing number of economists think the jobless rate will hit 10 percent by the end of this year. Asked about the biggest potential dangers now, Bernanke suggested a lack of “political will” to solve the financial crisis. He said, though, that the United States has averted the risk of plunging into a depression. “I think we’ve gotten past that,” he said. It’s rare for a sitting Fed chief to grant an interview, whether for broadcast or print. Bernanke said he chose to do so because it’s an “extraordinary time” for the country, and it gave him a chance to speak directly to the American public.

March 16, 2009 Posted by | Financial High Treason, Obama Mass Hopenosis/Hypenosis | Leave a comment

Jon Stewarts’ Epic Smackdown of CNBC and Jim Cramer Part 3

March 11, 2009 Posted by | Daily Show/Jon Stewart, Financial High Treason | Leave a comment