CNBC Video - Peter Schiff : "Fed Will Turn to Q3 in Failed Bid to Prevent Economic Depression"
Bernanke set to crank up printing presses once again
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Although mainstream financial analysts are all but certain that Ben Bernanke will now refrain from launching a third round of money printing, economist Peter Schiff told CNBC today that the unfolding global depression will force the Fed to resort to QE3 in a failed effort to prop up the plunging stock market.
CNBC Reports: The Fed in the week ahead is widely expected to pull the trigger on a new easing program, as the European debt crisis continues to boil...Market expectations are high that the Fed will announce a new program — dubbed "operation twist" — at the end of its two-day meeting Wednesday.
All the gory details at - CNBC.com
Form zero hedge ...
"Solutions should be found from private markets, from private investors and if that is not is possible there should be national backstops in place to ensure recapitalisations or restructuring for these banks."
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000044747 good interview.
Social Security was formed, but this whole Social Security and Medicare system is surely based on ever increasing numbers of dues paying customers to for the benefit drawing recipients. This is the classic description of a Ponzi Scheme.
Listen to what Santelli says ^_^:
We plugged the mailboxes at Fox after the Pre Ames Fox Debate and they put the poll back on the next morning. Are we willing to do it again? Does anyone have a list of mailboxes for politico and MSNBC? We have to fight back it is too much for Ron to do by himself. We can stop the bad and non press. We need to get this message out before the debate tonight. Politico already said they will ignore Ron Paul after the ames debate.
Check out this editorial and watch the CNBC video about the gold standard.
"People are rapidly getting ahead of the government on this. We have this sense not only from our own interviews but from the astonishing poll rankings of, say, Congressman Ron Paul, whose entire career has been centered on a campaign for sound money."
Thanks to DPer SaveOurSovereignty / YouTuber SaveOurSovereignty3 for the video!
Not sure exactly when Ron will be on, but on the CNBC screen he is "coming up."
There are new Ron Paul interviews coming up tomorrow. Here's the scoop:
Interview with Freedom Watch, Fox Business
August 23, 2011 8:00 pm ET
Interview with Maria Bartiromo, CNBC Closing Bell
August 23, 2011 4:30 pm ET
Just thought I would pass it on.
This comes via our friends at Le Metropole Cafe
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
Liberty Dollar's Bernard von NotHaus got 5 1/2 minutes on CNBC's "Kudlow & Co." program tonight and ended up with the support of host Lawrence Kudlow, who asserted that people should be free to choose their currency. It was great publicity for the cause of private ownership of and trade in the monetary metals, and you can watch it at the CNBC Internet site here.
Also today National Public Radio's "Bryant Park Project" program spent 7 1/2 minutes on the Liberty Dollar controversy, including an interview with GATA's friend, the economist Walker Todd, a former counsel to the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland who lately has been assisting the Committee for Monetary Research and Education and the American Institute for Economic Research. The NPR program's hosts mocked the federal government's concern about the Liberty Dollar and other alternative currencies, and one of the hosts wondered aloud whether the government has copyrighted the shape of its coins -- round. You can listen to the program here.
Dear Mr. Wastler,
Thank you for the explanation of why you took down your post-debate CNBC poll. As the founder and editor of the DailyPaul.com, the largest and most popular Ron Paul blog on the Internet today, I feel it is my duty to respond.
Your letter was polite, informative and revealing, not only for what it says, but primarily for what it does not. As you mention, Ron Paul supporters are indeed a force to be reckoned with, in the spirit of Samuel Adams:
It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds.
Ron Paul on monetary policy:
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