The Federal Reserve: A Failure Of The Rule Of Law

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14-03-19 09:01:00,

Authored by Alexander Salter via The American Institute for Economic Research,

“Money is power.” We’ve all heard this aphorism many times before. Too often it’s a lazy shorthand dismissal of the finding of mainstream economics, which show that the pursuit and possession of money often entails innocuous or even beneficial consequences for society. Dr. Johnson was right after all: “There are few ways in which a man can be more innocently employed than in getting money.”

But there are some contexts in which the saying is apt. An obvious case is the Federal Reserve. The Fed has a monopoly on the creation of base money, the fundamental asset underlying the banking and financial system. And over decades, with each instance of financial turbulence, the Fed has become less constrained in how, when, and why it creates base money. Since the Great Recession, the Fed has been able to bestow purchasing power, liquidity, and solvency on just about any financial organization it pleases. If that isn’t power, there’s no such thing.

The Federal Reserve System was created in 1913. It was intended to be a formalization of the interbank clearing system that then existed in the National Banking System. It was not intended to be a central bank. Even in the early 20th century, economists and politicians had some idea of what central banks did and how they behaved, and the existence of such an institution was widely regarded as inherently un-American, in the sense that it could not be reconciled with a self-governing society. That’s why so many proponents of the Federal Reserve System bent over backward to insist they were not advocating the creation of a central bank. And at the time, their repudiations were reasonable; there was no reason the Federal Reserve System had to acquire the powers it did.

But then the US entered the First World War. Wars have a way of eroding society’s long-established institutions. And the political process has a logic of its own. These forces combined to transform the Fed into what its critics feared it might become: a genuine central bank.

The Fed began supporting the market for US government debt during the First World War using techniques that were the forerunners of modern monetary policy.

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Federal Reserve Chairman Appears On ’60 Minutes’ – Why Now?

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12-03-19 01:03:00,

Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

One of the most famous, and prescient, financial cartoons in American history is the above depiction of the Federal Reserve Bank as a giant octopus that would come to parasitically suck the life out of all U.S. institutions as well as free markets.

The image is taken from Alfred Owen Crozier’s U.S. Money Vs Corporation Currency, “Aldrich Plan,” Wall Street Confessions! Great Bank Combine, published in 1912, just a year before the creation of the Federal Reserve. 

On Sunday night, the current high priest of money printing, asset bubbles and inequality, Jerome Powell, appeared on 60 Minutes. Interviewer Scott Pelley mentioned the fact that such discussions are rare and noted the last time a Fed head appeared for such a chat was Ben Bernanke back in 2010.

As such, what I find most interesting about this event wasn’t Powell’s boilerplate, bureaucratic propaganda about how the economy’s doing fine and how much central bankers love average Americans, but why he and the institution he heads felt a need to do this now.

There’s no doubt something has the Fed spooked otherwise Powell never would have done this. One factor is they know the economic ground’s starting to shift beneath them, and they need to push a particular narrative ahead of time so central bankers can once again do as they please when “the time to act” arrives.

This is why Powell pushed the blame on the current economic slowdown on China and Europe. The Fed is no different than your average politician. It takes full credit when things go well, but endlessly deflects and blames outside forces when things fall apart.

Rule number 1 of the Federal Reserve:  It’s never the Fed’s fault.
Rule number 2 of the Federal Reserve:  It’s never the Fed’s fault.
Rule number 3 of the Federal Reserve…

You get the point. If central bankers accept blame, or admit they got anything over the past decade terribly wrong, then they can’t justify doing more of the same and worse in the future. And that’s exactly what they plan to do,

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The Federal Reserve: Biggest Scam In The History Of Mankind – Hidden Secrets of Money Ep 4 | Light On Conspiracies – Revealing the Agenda

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18-02-19 01:01:00,

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Published on Oct 15, 2013

Who owns the Federal Reserve? You are about to learn one of the biggest secrets in the history of the world… it’s a secret that has huge effects for everyone who lives on this planet.

Most people can feel deep down that something isn’t quite right with the world economy, but few know what it is. Gone are the days where a family can survive on just one paycheck… every day it seems that things are more and more out of control, yet only one in a million understand why. You are about to discover the system that is ultimately responsible for most of the inequality in our world today. The powers that be DO NOT want you to know about this, as this system is what has kept them at the top of the financial food-chain for the last 100 years. Learning this will change your life, because it will change the choices that you make. If enough people learn it, it will change the world… because it will change the system . For this is the biggest Hidden Secret Of Money. Never in human history have so many been plundered by so few, and it’s all accomplished through this…

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Federal Reserve Confesses Sole Responsibility for All Recessions

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28-01-19 09:12:00,

Federal Reserve balance sheet reduction not happening yet even as the Fed applauds its own success

In a surprisingly candid admission, two former Federal Reserve chairs have stated that the Federal Reserve alone is responsible for creating all recessions in the United States.

Former Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke Federal Reserve creates all recessions

First, former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke said that

Expansions don’t die of old age. They get murdered.

MarketWatch

To clarify this statement, former Chair Janet Yellen placed the murder weapon in the Fed’s hands:

Two things usually end them…. One is financial imbalances, and the other is the Fed.

Think that through, and you quickly realize that both of those things are the Fed. Is there anyone left standing who would not say the Fed’s quantitative easing in the past decade was the biggest cause of financial imbalances all over the world in history? Moreover, whose profligate monetary policies led to the Great Financial Crisis that gave us the Great Recession?

So, the Fed loads the gun with financial causes and then pulls the trigger. In fact, I think it would be hard to find a major financial imbalance in the US that the Fed did not have a hand in creating or, at least, enabling. Therefore, if those are the only two causes, then it is always the Federal Reserve that causes recessions by its own admission.

And, yet, those Fed dons look so pleased with themselves.

Yellen went on to say that when the Fed is the culprit, it is generally because the central bank is forced to tighten policy to curtail inflation and ends up overplaying its hand. (She didn’t mention that the Fed’s monetary policy may have a hand in creating financial imbalances.)

Exactly, nor did she mention that the inflation they were “forced” to curtail always happens because of financial imbalances the Fed created or enabled. That is why I call our expansion-recession cycles, rinse-and-repeat cycles. Therefore, the Fed is only forced by its own ill-conceived actions. First you have to create the imbalance, which causes the economy and stocks to inflate, then you have to pull the trigger to shoot that down by tightening into a recession, which the Fed always does:

Bernanke elaborated on Yellen’s point,

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US federal judge allows lawsuit over illegal experimentation on Guatemalan subjects

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21-01-19 09:12:00,

By
Rafael Azul

21 January 2019

As the US government prepares ever-more stringent anti-immigration measures aimed at the thousands of Central American workers and peasants fleeing violence and hunger, a decision by a US federal judge has provided a further exposure of the criminal responsibility of US imperialism and US corporations for these intolerable conditions.

On January 3, Theodore Chuang, a US federal judge in Maryland, allowed a $1 billion suit to proceed against various divisions of Baltimore’s Johns Hopkins University (hospital, school of public health, health system corporation), the Rockefeller Foundation, Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Bristol-Myers Squibb US Pharmaceutical Group and Mead Johnson & Company for their roles in a medical experiment in which hundreds of Guatemalans were infected with syphilis and gonorrhea by the US government between 1946 and 1948. The purpose of the experiments was to test the effectiveness of a then recently developed drug (penicillin) in preventing and curing sexually transmitted diseases, in part because of the high costs associated with US troops becoming infected by those diseases.

The defendants argued a Supreme Court decision shielding foreign corporations from lawsuits over human rights abuses also applied to them. The suit, by the Estate of Arturo Girón Álvarez and 733 others, was launched in 2015.

The experiment, which was similar to the government’s infamous Tuskegee study on US Afro-American share croppers (1932-1972), left unwitting subjects infected with syphilis and untreated. Similar studies were done on prisoners in Terre-Haute, Indiana.

In this study, some 1,500 healthy individuals, prostitutes, peasant military conscripts, prisoners and mentally ill patients (male and female), were deliberately infected, either through the use of prostitutes provided by the scientists, or by pouring the germs onto skin abrasions the researchers caused. The idea was to test penicillin’s effect on various strains of these diseases. None of the subjects was informed of the experiment; alcohol was often used to “lubricate” the participants. The illegality and criminal character of the study (both under Guatemalan and US laws) and the fact that it took place as Nazi doctors were being tried in Nuremberg for similar crimes required that it be kept secret. Needless to say, those that organized the experiment were fully conscious of their criminal conduct.

As the experiment progressed,

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Federal Reserve Confesses Sole Responsibility For All Recessions

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21-01-19 09:00:00,

Authored by David Haggith via The Great Recession blog,

In a surprisingly candid admission, two former Federal Reserve chairs have stated that the Federal Reserve alone is responsible for creating all recessions in the United States.

First, former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke said that

Expansions don’t die of old age. They get murdered.

– MarketWatch

To clarify this statement, former Chair Janet Yellen placed the murder weapon in the Fed’s hands:

Two things usually end them… One is financial imbalances, and the other is the Fed.

Think that through, and you quickly realize that both of those things are the Fed. Is there anyone left standing who would not say the Fed’s quantitative easing in the past decade was the biggest cause of financial imbalances all over the world in history? Moreover, whose profligate monetary policies led to the Great Financial Crisis that gave us the Great Recession?

So, the Fed loads the gun with financial causes and then pulls the trigger. In fact, I think it would be hard to find a major financial imbalance in the US that the Fed did not have a hand in creating or, at least, enabling. Therefore, if those are the only two causes, then it is always the Federal Reserve that causes recessions by its own admission.

And, yet, those Fed dons look so pleased with themselves.

Yellen went on to say that when the Fed is the culprit, it is generally because the central bank is forced to tighten policy to curtail inflation and ends up overplaying its hand. (She didn’t mention that the Fed’s monetary policy may have a hand in creating financial imbalances.)

Exactly, nor did she mention that the inflation they were “forced” to curtail always happens because of financial imbalances the Fed created or enabled. That is why I call our expansion-recession cycles, rinse-and-repeat cycles. Therefore, the Fed is only forced by its own ill-conceived actions. First you have to create the imbalance, which causes the economy and stocks to inflate, then you have to pull the trigger to shoot that down by tightening into a recession,

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How The Federal Reserve Quietly Bankrupted The US Pension System

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08-01-19 02:56:00,

Submitted by Stephanie Pomboy of Macro Mavens

Actions have consequences.  Even for the Fed.

That’s not a reference to the market’s grumpy reaction to the central bank’s continued rate hikes and quantitative tightening.  No.  The impact of both on financial assets were as obvious as they were inexorable.  To be sure, Wall Street’s resident soothsayers had a good run spinning tales that ‘this time’ was different. A tightening Fed, we were assured, was a good thing—a ringing endorsement of the economy’s indefatigable strength. But, in the end, there was simply no way around the basic fact: Just as rate cuts and QE were designed to expand the pool of credit and incent the embrace of risk, so would rate hikes and QT necessarily beget the reverse. And so they have.

But while the impact of receding liquidity and the reduced reward for reckless speculation and risk-taking have finally begun to play out on Bloomberg screens everywhere, the real devastation has yet to be revealed.  In the ensuing weeks and months the full and lugubrious legacy of the Fed’s great monetary experiment of the last decade will finally come into view.

Beyond inflating and bursting a bubble in corporate debt (with leveraged loans acting as posterchild), the Fed’s decade-long financial repression has had a far larger and more sinister impact: It has silently bankrupted the US pension system.  

Sound overly dramatic??

Here are the numbers from no lesser authority than the institution responsible for this destruction itself: the Federal Reserve.   By their calculations, at the end of the 3rd quarter, the funding shortfall of U.S. pension plans (public and private) stood at -$6.18t.  That’s trillion, with a capital ‘t’.  To put that in perspective, that’s roughly 30% of GDP:

But that’s not even the scary part.  The scary part is that this is the funding deficit NOW…after a decade of rampant financial asset inflation and a 10-year economic expansion. One shudders to imagine what the picture will look like as these tailwinds reverse.  If the last two cycles are any indication, it won’t be pretty. The DotCom bust sent the cumulative deficit from -$1.2t to -$3.1t and the GFC saw it swell from -$2.9t to -$5.3t. 

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The Federal Reserve Is A Suicide Bomber With A Deeper Agenda | Light On Conspiracies – Revealing the Agenda

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30-12-18 10:56:00,

By Brandon Smith

Central bankers are sociopathic in nature and sociopathic people tend to behave like robots. When one understands the motivations of central bankers, or at the very least what their goals are, their actions become rather predictable. The question is, what truly motivates these people?

I believe according to the evidence that the central banks are motivated by ideological zealotry with the core purpose of total global centralization of economic and political power into the hands of a select group of elitists. This agenda is really just a modern “reboot” of feudalism or totalitarianism. They sometimes refer to the plan in public as the “new world order,” or the “global economic reset.” I often refer to the encompassing ideology as “globalism” for the sake of expediency.

To attain this goal, central bankers must influence mass psychology using traumatic events. Fear opens doors to centralization of power. This is simply a  fact social behavior and history. The more afraid a population is, the more willing they will be to give up freedoms in exchange for safety and security. Therefore, the most effective weapon at the disposal of the globalists and their central banking counterparts is engineered economic crisis — a weapon that can, if allowed, destroy entire civilizations almost as fast as a nuclear war, while still keeping most of the expensive infrastructure intact.

Beyond that, economic crisis is also a weapon that can influence a population to embrace even greater enslavement while viewing their slave masters as saviors rather than villains.

Despite what many people assume, central bankers are not driven by a desire for profit. They print their own capital, they hardly need to make a profit. Central bankers are also not driven by a desire to keep the current system afloat. They have demonstrated time and time again their habit of deliberately sabotaging the system through the use of inflationary bubbles followed by fiscal tightening into weak economic conditions. The U.S. economy today is just as expendable as any other economy the banks have destroyed in the past. It is not special.

This fact is becoming extremely clear lately as the Federal Reserve initiates policy tightening measures into obvious economic weakness; an action which is crashing stock markets as well as destabilizing other sectors of the economy including housing markets,

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US Federal deficit up 50 percent in new fiscal year

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13-12-18 08:39:00,

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18-10-18 10:47:00,

Leider ist es so, dass Geschichte nicht nur die Geschichte der Sieger ist. Nein, sie wird auch sonst meist verklärt dargestellt. Jeder, der ehrlich und objektiv gerade auf die jüngere Geschichte blickt, kommt nicht umhin zu realisieren, dass das meiste, was uns vom Mainstream erzählt wird, nicht der Wahrheit entspricht. Wir lernen, dass vieles in der “Geschichte” gefärbt und mit Halbwahrheiten gespickt ist. Das heißt, was wir zu wissen glauben, ist tatsächlich maximal Halbwissen und sind oft sogar reine Lügen.

Unglücklicherweise können diese Lügen sehr komplex sein. Bis zu dem Punkt, an dem selbst viele alternative Forscher auf ihre eigenen Vorurteile hereinfallen und den Weg der Realität verlassen. Natürlich wollen Propaganda und auch die von mir mehrfach beschriebene 4. Generation der Kriegsführung genau das erreichen. Sie sind die Filter, die die Wahrheitssuchenden überwinden und umgehen müssen. Diejenigen, die diese Filter erkennen und umgehen, haben die größeren Chancen das große Bild zu erkennen. Aber selbst dann gibt es nur wenig, die dies mit diesen neuen Erkenntnissen erreichen können.

Komplizierte propagandistische Narrative haben gewöhnlich ihre Wurzeln in archetypischen Memen, die mit der “Gedankenwelt” eines Durchschnittsmenschen in Resonanz sind. Wir müssen daher historische Ereignisse, die im Mainstream transportiert werden, mehr als ein Drehbuch verstehen, das einem bestimmten Muster folgt. Und dass die Intention der Menschen, die dieses Drehbuch geschrieben haben, die ist, dass die Öffentlichkeit als Publikum mit geringer Aufmerksamkeitsspanne agiert. Der Sinn unseres Daseins scheint nur noch darin zu liegen, dass wir solange mit unserer Arbeitsleistung den Schmierstoff erschaffen, den die Maschine (aka das System) benötigt, bis wir und unsere Arbeitsleistung nicht mehr gebraucht werden.

Kabuki - Bildquelle: Wikipedia / Torii Tadakiyo (Hasegawa Kanbee XIV); gemeinfreiKabuki - Bildquelle: Wikipedia / Torii Tadakiyo (Hasegawa Kanbee XIV); gemeinfrei

Kabuki – Bildquelle: Wikipedia / Torii Tadakiyo (Hasegawa Kanbee XIV); gemeinfrei

In unserer heutigen Welt gibt es zahlreiche Schauspieler, die ihre Rolle in diesem Kabuki-Theater spielen und mit ihrem Spiel die Massen emotional manipulieren. Diese Schauspieler spielen die Rollen von Politikern und Staatslenkern. Sie sind Bankenmogule und Unternehmenschefs. Sie sind die medialen Torwächter und gesteuerte Prominente. Immer dann, wenn eine Person scheinbar aus einer Position der Macht heraus handelt, dann sind solche Menschen selten das, was sie vorgeben zu sein.

Ich habe diese schwierige Einleitung für diesen heutigen Artikel gezielt so gewählt, weil viele Kritiker behaupten, dass diese Dinge doch offensichtlich sind (Stichwort Politdarsteller).

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New Data Shows Federal Reserve Is Causing More Inequality

New Data Shows Federal Reserve Is Causing More Inequality

12-10-18 01:13:00,

Authored by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute,

Back in August, Bloomberg interviewed Karen Petrou about her research on quantitative easing and the Fed’s policies since the 2008 financial crisis. What she has discovered has not been encouraging for people who aren’t already high-income, and in recent research presented to the New York Fed, she concluded Post-crisis monetary and regulatory policy had an unintended but nonetheless dramatic impact on the income and wealth divides.”

This assessment is based on her own work, but also on a 2018 report released by the Minneapolis Fed.  The report showed that both income and wealth growth in the US have been much better for higher-income households in recent decades

Notably, when indexed to 1971 (the year Nixon ended the last link between gold and the dollar) we can see the disparity between the top wealth groups and other groups:

Petrou continues:

What did we learn [from the Minneapolis Fed report]? This new dataset shows clearly that U.S. wealth inequality is the worst it has been throughout the entire U.S. post-war period. We also know now that the U.S. middle class is even more“hollowed out” than we thought in terms of income, with any gains made by the lower-middle class sharply reversed after 2007.

Indeed, the report concludes: “…half of all American households have less wealth today in real terms than the median household had in 1970.”

A closer look at income data also suggests that income growth has been especially anemic since 2007. Using data from the Census Bureau’s 2017 report on income and poverty, we find that incomes for the 90th percentile are increasingly pulling away from both the median (50th percentile) income and from the 20th-percentile income.

The household income for the 20th percentile increased 70 percent since 1971, while it has only increased 20 percent at the 20th percentile.

Of course, we might think, “we should be happy that the 20th-percentile income went up by 20 percent!”

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27-07-18 10:07:00,

Immer wieder wird einem die Frage gestellt, wo denn die Ursprünge des uns allumfassenden und alles zerstörenden Globalismus zu finden sind. Viele glauben, dass die Wurzel der Globalisierung in den USA liegen, dass der US-amerikanische Imperialismus die Basis für das globalistische Schema darstellt und dass der US-Dollar der wichtigste und auch einzige Hebel ist, der diese Macht stützt.

Das ist aber eine naive Vereinfachung der Realität.

Zahlreiche falsche Annahmen und Gedankenkonstrukte gehen von der Idee aus, dass die Internationalisten/Globalisten/Eliten (IGE) den USA und dem US-System gegenüber loyal wären. Beispielsweise hat man in den letzten Jahren immer wieder das Argument gehört, dass die Federal Reserve “niemals ihr Quantitative Lockerung (QE) beenden” würde, dass die Fed “niemals die Aktienmärkte fallen lassen” würde, dass sie “niemals die Zinsen erhöhen” würde, dass sie “niemals ihre Bilanz zurückfahren” würde, usw. usf.. All diese Annahmen basierten dabei auf der Idee, dass die Zentralbanken und die IGE die US-Wirtschaft und das US-Dollar-System benötigen würden, damit sie die finanzielle Kontrolle über die Welt behalten bzw. festigen können.

Aber all diese Annahmen haben sich als falsch herausgestellt wie die letzten Jahre zeigen, wenn man sich die echten Fundamentaldaten anschaut, die aufgrund der direkten Effekte – ausgelöst durch das Ende der künstlichen Unterstützungsmaßnahmen seitens der Fed für die US-Wirtschaft – alles andere als gut aussehen. Insbesondere haben wir eine massive Ausweitung der Verschuldung bei den Unternehmen und Konsumenten erlebt, die es so vor dem Crash von 2008 noch nie gegeben hat.

Aber das allein ist noch nicht alles. Es gibt zahlreiche Beispiele wie Offizielle der Fed bestätigen, dass ein Zusammenbruch an den Märkten und damit der Wirtschaft erfolgen wird, sobald die Fed ihre “Unterstützungslinien kappt”. Inklusive des jetzigen Fed-Vorsitzenden Jerome Powell, der die Folgen von Bilanzreduzierungen und Zinserhöhungen bereits im Jahre 2012 aufzeigte. Das bedeutet, dass Kritiker meiner Thesen nicht mehr argumentieren können, dass sich die Fed irgendwie nicht “bewusst” sei, was sie mit ihren Entscheidungen und ihrem Vorgehen an Konsequenzen auslöst. Die Zentralbanker WISSEN ganz genau, was die da gerade tun und welche Folgen es haben wird. Sie bringen die US-Wirtschaft gezielt zu Fall, währen die Zinsen langsam aber stetig erhöht werden.

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