Comment: The Fed enables whom ever they wish. Stanley Kubrick was hired.

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The Fed enables whom ever they wish. Stanley Kubrick was hired.

Stanley Kubrick has my admiration for his creative genius with film & telling an epic tale.

He has been paid handsomely for his craft. He was paid well ("millions & millions") for his magnificent camera work that mooned the world. He was paid to show the narrative written by NASA to the world. He used his NASA contract "legal tender" payments to create film documentary evidence that was good enough to fool the world that Apollo sent men (That is human imagination) to the Moon. (They actually filmed near Hollywood, the Nevada Desert, the belly of Air Force bombers, Navy ships, etc.) The Moon Landing was filmed in (1969).

Russia asked for & received billions & billions of Dollars (hush money) to pay for supposed continental grain harvest failure. What you believe is what you see.

Was it the Sea of Tranquility or the Sea of Liquidity? That is a question of faith & confidence. What you believe is what you see. (Or do I have it back words?).

Simultaneously, Stanley Kubrick created the fabulous film, 2001, Space Odyssey (1968). Cost less ($5 theater ticket). Traveled farther (The Moon was a weigh station). The Monolith was the .... Wait (Better you see the theater version of this tale.).
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The Fed is the conduit. It granted itself the privilege of passing out our nations "legal tender." The point is documented in
FEDERAL RESERVE ACT, 1913 (preamble shown here; full text at the link)

    An Act to provide for the establishment of Federal reserve banks, to furnish an elastic currency, to afford [make-believe] means of rediscounting commercial paper, to establish a more effective supervision of banking in the United States, and for other purposes.

    That links to: "The Federal Reserve Act, 1913 itself. Reading the act's first sentence is telling enough.

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