Unite to Topple Fed Dictator Ben Bernanke

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If We Can't Unite to Topple Fed Dictator Ben Bernanke, Our Complete Collapse into Neo-Feudalism is Assured 
by David DeGraw l AmpedStatus
The fact that millions of Americans aren’t demanding Ben Bernanke’s immediate resignation proves how horrifically propagandized and unaware the American public is.
 
As someone who spends 60 hours a week analyzing the news, chronicling every step down in America’s decline, it has become incredibly depressing to see Bernanke maintain his position of power and continue his reign of terror. I can’t even sleep through the night anymore.
 
Colleagues say that they try not to let it get to them too much by telling themselves that there is only so much you can do, and ultimately people get what they deserve. I have always refused to buy into that line of thinking. I know how effective the mainstream media is in propagandizing people, and unless you have significant time to research these issues, there is no way for the average working American to truly grasp the information that they need to.
 
All that being said, I’m quickly losing faith in the people who do know what is going on.
 
There are millions of people who read independent news reporting daily and know exactly what is happening. There are millions of people who understand that we now live in a banana republic that is systematically looting the country to enrich one-tenth of one percent of the population. There are also millions of people who understand that Ben Bernanke and the Federal Reserve banking system is the central planning force behind this looting.

Almost every day there is more evidence of the outright corrupt actions of the Federal Reserve and their primary dealers on Wall Street. Their campaign of economic shock and awe is so overwhelming, there have been so many corrupt actions that it is hard to list them all, or even pick out which ones to highlight as the most egregious. Here are just a few off the top of my head; the audacity of it all, and knowing the obvious consequences that these actions entail, is enough to make your head explode from complete frustration:

  • Trillions of American taxpayer dollars were given, in secrecy, to the banks/people who were most responsible for causing the crisis in the first place.
  • After causing the crisis, they took our tax dollars and gave themselves all-time record-breaking bonuses.
  • They gave American taxpayer money to foreign banks and corporations, with billions going to places like Libya.
  • They funneled hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars into to the Cayman Islands, robbing us some more by directly subsidizing tax evasion.
  • They also added to the deficit by lending American tax dollars to their primary dealer banks, so the banks could then lend that same money back to the government at higher interest rates, leading to significant profits for the banks, at the further expense of the American public.
  • Through bailout programs they gave sweetheart deals to their friends, which socialized any loses and privatized all the profits.
  • They aid and abet trillions of dollars in accounting fraud.
  • They routinely manipulate the stock market.
  • And now, to top it all off, they are deliberately causing inflation in food, gas and basic necessities, while devaluing the dollar.
  • As I said, the list goes on, and you are probably grinding your teeth thinking of other egregious examples that I haven’t mentioned.

    All of this can be summed up by the fact that we now have the most severe inequality of wealth in American history. The Fed’s policies have strategically and deliberately impoverished tens of millions of people to enrich what amounts to a small group of global bankers. They have aided and abetted trillions of dollars in fraudulent activity. This is not a conspiracy theory! This is the unfortunate reality of our crisis.

    It is not hyperbole to call Ben Bernanke a financial terrorist who is committing crimes against humanity. This is a bold and blatant fact. At this point, no one can seriously debate against this anymore.

    Watching Bernanke stride to the podium, smiling for his scripted press conference on Wednesday, was yet another depressing moment in our downfall. People keep debating why it was that Bernanke gave the press conference. Some say that it was a defensive tactic, an acknowledgement of the need to increase the propaganda campaign and cast the “illusion of transparency.” Perhaps, but I feel he also gave the press conference for the same reason that terrorists release video statements. He wants to show the world that he is still a free man who can terrorize tens of millions of people in broad daylight and get away with it. He wants to show us that he can shove our face into the dirt while smiling for the cameras. The main message of the press conference wasn’t anything that Bernanke had to say, it was to show the people of America that he can rob us, set our future on fire and still be walking the red carpet with fawning reporters and cameras flashing in his imperial presence – a way of demonstrating that the financial terrorists are still in charge, running the show.

    We’ve been trying to bring people together to call for Bernanke’s removal and to break up the Federal Reserve banking system. With all the evidence that is now a matter of public record, you would think it would be easy to get people down to Wall Street on June 14th to demand this. Yet, sadly, it is still incredibly difficult to unite people on even this common sense common ground.

    What does that tell you about our future prospects?

    If we can’t even unite to topple Bernanke, our complete collapse into neo-feudalism is assured.
     
     

    If you are interested in defending your family and future against Bernanke’s genocidal economic policies, send me an email: David[@]AmpedStatus.com

     

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