Globalists Lost By Winning US Midterms – Calculus of Decay

…Years ago I wrote of the “Glorious Day” when everything would belong to Bankers. The draft for the Federal Reserve Act was written in 1910 at Jekyll Island Georgia by agents of the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers and Warburgs. They gave Bankers the right to charge us interest on money they created out of nothing…

The United States Does Not Have an Economy
The Federal Reserve’s rise in interest rates is just a continuation of its policy of concentrating income and wealth in the hands of the One Percent. Quantitative Easing was the cloak for the Federal Reserve to print $8.2 trillion in new money which was directed or found its way into the prices of stocks and bonds, thus enriching the small number who own most of these financial instruments. Having maxed out this avenue of wealth concentration, the Federal Reserve is now raising interest rates in order to drive up mortgage costs to aspiring home owners. The Federal Reserve is driving individuals out of the housing market in order to free up properties for “private equity” firms to purchase homes for their rental values. That private equity firms see rental income from the existing stock of houses as the best investment opportunity tells us that the US economy has played out. When investment goes into existing assets, not into producing new assets, the economy ceases to grow.

Janet Yellen Faces the Nation and Lies About Inflation, by Schiffgold | STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC


After last week’s sizzling hot CPI data, inflation talk continues to dominate the news. The government and central bank have been insisting inflation is transitory. Now they’ve turned to a new spin tactic – recycling 1970s inflation propaganda.

Treasury Secretary and former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen appeared on Face the Nation and spent the interview lying about inflation. Peter Schiff unraveled her lies in his podcast.

According to Yellen, the current bout of inflation has nothing to do with the Biden administration or the Federal Reserve. She claims it’s the pandemic’s fault, saying, “The pandemic has been calling the shots for the economy and for inflation.”

In Yellen’s narrative, inflation is simply a byproduct of high demand. She said there was a dramatic increase in demand during and after the pandemic, and that is why prices are going up. Since people were at home, they had lots of time to shop. “They shifted their spending on to goods that led to a surge in the demand for products,” Yellen said.

So, we really don’t have anything to worry about because this isn’t really inflation. It’s just demand-driven price hikes.

Peter called this laughable.

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… In 1910 agents of the Rothschilds, Rockefellers and the Warburgs met at Jekyll Island to design the American currency and banking system that was ideal for Bankers. The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 gave the Bankers the right to charge us interest on money they created out of thin air. The Federal Reserve is owned by member banks. Every Federal Reserve Note is created out of thin air in exchange for Treasury Bonds. And every bank loan is just checking account money created from ledger entries. Our system was designed to transfer wealth from those of us who work to the Bankers.

The problem is that when those loans go bad and are cancelled either in bankruptcy court or in foreclosure our money supply shrinks. The American Money Supply shrank 31% from 1929 to 1933. There were 123 million Americans in 1929. At least 3 million of them died from starvation, possibly millions more. They starved because the Bankers were not willing to give us a non-interest bearing currency and to end fractional reserve banking. Professor Irving Fisher had proposed 100% Money in the 1920s which would have ended the Depression in 90 days…

Have Central Banks Crossed the Line into Tyranny? | Centinel2012

Comment by tonytran2015: This is a concise summary on the evolution of the Federal Reserve Banks.

…With all the conspiracy theories that somehow the bankers are the real culprits in creating excess money supply, there has been an evolution in central banks that has finally crossed the line since 2019. The Federal Reserve was, once upon a time, responsible. The Fed was originally designed as an authority to create money, which was an elastic money supply. That made perfect sense when the Fed was designed in 1913.

Yes, the bankers owned the shares BECAUSE the Fed was actually designed to do what JP Morgan did in herding the bankers together to save the day during the Panic of 1907. Morgan convinced the bankers that if they did not chip in money to bail out the troubled banks, panic would unfold, and ALL the banks would be hit as a contagion. They listened and joined his effort to stem the Panic of 1907. The design of the Fed was to recreate what JP Morgan put together. The shareholders were the bankers because it was a bail-out fund for the bankers, and TAXPAYER money should not be used to bail out the bankers.

Democrat President Woodrow Wilson signed the 1913 Act, creating the Federal Reserve as well as the income tax.

Fed Up With The Fed’s Abuse Of Power
Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, One phrase describes the Fed’s pillaging of the nation to benefit the few at the expense of the many: abuse of power. To confess that the fate of the entire global economy now rests on the mumblings of a […]

Why I No Longer Invest In Stocks And Bonds, by Paul Rosenberg | STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

… As a young man I spent time learning the nuts and bolts of investing: Price to earning ratios, book values, charting, puts, calls, covered positions, and so on. And when I had extra money, I tended to put it into the markets and use my tools. But I can no longer do that, and I think explaining why may be useful.

There are three reasons for this conviction of mine, and so I’ll list them below. But I’m listing them in reverse order, because reason number one stands above the others: By itself it would prevent me from investing in the usual way. I think all three reasons are strong, but reason number one is pivotal.

Reason #3

Reason number three is simply that the markets no longer make sense…

Quantitative-Easing: How The World Got Hooked On Magicked-Up Money
Quantitative-Easing: How The World Got Hooked On Magicked-Up Money Authored by Ann Pettifor via, Going cold turkey would finish off a dysfunctional global financial system that’s now hopelessly addicted to emergency infusions. The only solution is surgery on the system itself… The world economy is a mess. The system, notionally governed by the invisible…