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The Fed Has Set Us Up For the Crash of 2013

The Fed is pumping hundreds of BILLIONS of dollars into financial system right now trying to stop this (the crash) from happening, ( or are they trying to stop it?) http://investmentwatchblog.com/the-fed-has-set-us-up-for-the...

Published on Jan 23, 2013
"Rep. Alan Grayson asks the Federal Reserve Inspector General about the trillions of dollars lent or spent by the Federal Reserve and where it went, and the trillions of off balance sheet obligations. Inspector General Elizabeth Coleman responds that the IG does not know and is not tracking where this money is."

We were brainwashed into accenting ideas such as central banks like the FED, the scam of the elite bankers to make money off the tax payers, conned into believing peak oil, conned into accepting that consumers caused global warming and hence a carbon tax is justified. Now all of these ideas are suspect. In fact some of the elite such as Greenspan question whether we even need a central bank such as the FED...

BUT, Beware the set-up. The FED may crash by design.

These tricksters are so very good at setting the public up. Will it be the global cashless society under a fascist communist regime, with all of us kept at a poverty level producing goods for the elite? Tick-Tock. Watch for the signs of the real agenda. http://www.dailypaul.com/277949/the-cashless-society-is-almo...

"The cashless society is already here. The question now is how far will society allow it to penetrate and completely control each and every aspect of their day to day lives."

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You have causation backwards

Correlation doesn't equal causation here. Just because the NWO is using AGW and peak oil to push their agenda 21 (complete agreement here), doesn't mean it's not happening.

China gets what you're calling 'a pass' on their emissions because they are a) holding the US debt, b) producing a fraction of the PER CAPITA emissions while c) they have multiples of the US population. However, when you look at it in sectors (not just one big picture), each region is rapidly moving toward cleaner energy on a per GDP basis. Sure, they're installing a coal plant each week but business as usual would have them putting in 4 per week. The rest is either avoided or going renewables. The US doesn't have that kind of track record yet they whine about China so much they won't even sign Kyoto.

Every single measurement of the environment is accelerating past the worst measurements we've known in history. Species extinction has always taken place but it is hundreds of times worse than we've ever known it. Ice melts have trended to hundreds of times the rate that we've ever experienced it in world history. CO2 rise is climbing faster than we could have even predicted just a few years ago. Animal/plant/marine life die-offs are taking place both direct-human and indirectly via natural feedbacks in numbers that are even hard to track. Forrest decimation (the planet's lungs) is exponentially growing, despite claims that it's coming back. Coral, algae and plankton deaths in the oceans is turning major areas into anoxic dead zones. (meaning their deaths overcome the oxygenation process, leaving water that drowns other marine life) Major rivers fed by snow melt have turned their steady feed into one of early floods, followed by long drought. Undersea methane reservoirs, frozen for 10,000's of years are boiling into a gas that migrates to the atmosphere exponentially faster. (because the temp rise has reached that strata of ocean depth.)

This list continues endlessly. How many more problems do you want to ignore before you realize we're not the great managers we thought we were for this planet?

Sure, go after the agenda 21 and NWO people but realize they're abusing an existing crisis that really does need our attention and they're doing it to get their solution installed. We have our own solutions that both fight these problems rationally AND kill off central banks. It's called the free market and local focus.