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Are Foreign Purchases of U.S. Treasury Bonds Being Faked?

Some writers, such as Rob Kirby and Ellen Brown, go much further, alleging that Bernanke and the boys have also used hedge funds in the Cayman Islands to secretly buy huge sums of U.S. treasuries using dollars printed by the Federal Reserve, while pretending that independent "Caribbean banks" are doing the buying.

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2009/09/is-treasury-faking-fo...

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Uncle Ben?

If he was doing stuff like that, he would be afraid of getting audited.

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"Fully half the quotations found on the internet are either mis-attributed, or outright fabrications." - Abraham Lincoln

This is the

reason for the recent half a trillion in liquidity swaps with foreign central banks. The Fed merely gives the banks money and they buy US Treasuries with the doe. Here is Rep. Grayson questioning Bernanke on the issue.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00ECLxK2YTs

Um

This makes sense. This will end badly.

Inflation warning...

http://www.foxbusiness.com/story/treasury-sell--billion-note...

Deborah Levine
MarketWatch Pulse

NEW YORK -- The Treasury Department said Thursday it will issue $112 billion in notes next week. A record $43 billion in 2-year notes will be sold on Tuesday, followed by $40 billion in 5-year debt on Wednesday. The final offering will be $49 billion in 7-year notes on Thursday. The amounts are each $1 billion more than last month -- the most ever for each security -- and in line with estimates of some of Wall Street's biggest bond dealers. The government will also sell $85 billion in shorter-term bills. After the announcement, 2-year note yields, which move inversely to prices, remained up 1 basis point on the day, at 1%, the highest this month.

"Give a man a gun, and he could rob a bank. Give a man a bank, and he could rob the world."

And

And probably also buying stocks through Goldman Sachs and other such outlaw entities. And since the supposed announced "increase" in our national net worth was based almost completely on gains in the stock market, it is likely that whole thing is phony too.

Yes.

It is so refreshing sometimes to just have a one-word answer to a question.

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They will use any trick in the book,

to prop up the "big lie".

Hmm, do you think they

are real reporters are pretending reporters. Very interesting information, thanks for sharing.

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