Sunday, September 11, 2011

We've been plundered! Both parties are responsible for the fraud!

William Black put over 1,000 bankers in jail
during the S & L crisis

When someone takes the time to explain it to them, people get it.

This is not a class struggle.

It's a struggle between a deeply entrenched criminal class and the productive class, the vast majority of people who work hard at work, at home and in school.

The US is being gutted from the top down much in the same way the USSR was gutted at the end of its life by its elites.

We're not dead yet and thanks to people like William Black and tools like the Internet, we may have a chance yet.

Takeaway: "It is not a few bad apples. It is an orchard of 1%'ers who are rotten to the core."

If we don't stop this now, the US as we know it (opportunity for the honest and hard working) is done for.



Some quotes on banking, from Liberty-tree:

"Some people think the Federal Reserve Banks are US government institutions.
They are not... they are private credit monopolies which prey upon
the people of the US for the benefit of themselves and their foreign
and domestic swindlers, and rich and predatory money lenders.
The sack of the United States by the Fed is the greatest crime in history.
Every effort has been made by the Fed to conceal its powers,
but the truth is the Fed has usurped the government.
It controls everything here and it controls all our foreign relations.
It makes and breaks governments at will."
-- Louis McFadden
(1876-1936) US Congressman (R-PA) (1915-1935), Chairman of House Banking and Currency Committee. Poisoned in 1936.
Source: June 10, 1932

"The modern Banking system manufactures money out of nothing.
The process is perhaps the most astounding piece of sleight of
hand that was ever invented. Banks can in fact inflate, mint
and unmint the modern ledger-entry currency."
-- Major L. L. B. Angus
Source: Billions for the Bankers, Debt for the People by Sheldon Emry>

"Is there any reason why the American people
should be taxed to guarantee the debts of banks,
any more than they should be taxed to guarantee
the debts of other institutions, including merchants,
the industries, and the mills of the country?"
-- Carter Glass
(1858-1946) Newspaper publisher, US Senator (D-VA), author of the Banking Act of 1933, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury under President Woodrow Wilson.

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