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If I didn't already believe that the Illuminati control the world through banks, this might have me puzzled:

The Federal Reserve Board has rejected a request by U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner for a public review of the central bank’s structure and governance, three people familiar with the matter said. …

“It is not obvious at all why that is a Treasury responsibility or even appropriate why the Treasury would undertake that kind of study,” said Robert Eisenbeis, chief monetary economist at Cumberland Advisors Inc. in Vineland, New Jersey, and a former Atlanta Fed research director. “The Fed was created by Congress and it is not part of the executive branch.”

I'll tell you why it is appropriate for the Treasury Department to look into the Federal Reserve bank's governance and structure, Mr. Eisenbeis.  Because the Treasury Department is a part of the executive branch, which is charged under Article 2, Section 3, of the United States Constitution, to "take care that the Laws be faithfully executed."  Among those laws is the law creating the Federal Reserve system, which I'll submit has been rather badly executed in recent years.

Oldthinkers believe that the Constitution creates only three branches of government: Congress, the Presidency, and the Federal Courts.  It does not create, nor does it explicitly authorize, a bank.  Didn't we hash this out in the 19th century?

In another, more serious era, in which people took the Constitution seriously, this sort of thing, in which a bank created under the laws of the United States, and which has the power under those laws to set interest rates for all private banks and in fact to create money which is legal tender in the United States, refused a request for review and simple information by the President of the United States, might be called a "constitutional crisis."

Meanwhile, Congress itself has a bill pending, sponsored by one of our bêtes noire along with over 200 others, to audit the Federal Reserve.  While of course that bill will never become law, because the Illuminati control the world through banks, if it happened, would the Federal Reserve deny the audit because the Fed is not part of the legislative branch?

I didn't vote for Obama, or his flunky Geithner, but I had the opportunity to do so, and a lot of other people took that opportunity up.  I sure don't remember being offered the opportunity to vote for or against Ben Bernanke.

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6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Ken  •  Sep 21, 2009 @3:21 pm

    Sounds like you're a tenther. And a banker. Uh – bankerer? Bankist?

  2. Mike  •  Sep 21, 2009 @3:32 pm

    I support an audit of the Fed. Once people start looking inside, support is going to die. My hunch is that this entire stock-market rally is due to the Fed's purchasing of equities. The only thing propping up this Ponzi is the Fed. Maybe even people like me would oppose an audit if we saw what was going on inside.

    Most stock transactions involve black boxes talking to each other. The Fed is propping up this market rally, enriching Goldman Sachs and other banks in the process.

    Not much was made out Cybersecurity Czar Melissa Hathaway's White House exist. Just another personnel change? Ha!

    Hathway was squeezed out by Friend of Goldman, Larry Summers. No one is going to get a look inside those black boxes. If we did, we'd see the largest fraud in human history.

    P.S. I have ridiculed people for years when they brought up the Illuminati. Conspiracy theories have always been a hobby of mine; an interesting distraction from a hum-drum life; but not something I believed in. After looking into how Wall Street operates, it really is hard to see how anything other than a conspiracy theory explains what is happening.

    It might not be the Illuminati; but it's something pretty fucking close.

  3. Ezra  •  Sep 21, 2009 @3:54 pm

    This is even more interesting when considered with Chris Dodd's current push to roll the Fed's regulatory capacity into a "super-cop" combined with the other major regulatory bodies.

  4. Mike  •  Sep 21, 2009 @4:09 pm

    Chris Dodd is all show. He's going to lose his Senate seat due to his receiving bribes from Countrywide. Dodd also inserted a provision in the bail out legislation that ensured AIG officials – the same ones who blew up AIG – got their bonuses. (Coincidentally – NOT! – AIG gave a bunch of money to Dodd a few months earlier.)

    The real action is with Barney Frank. Frank attached his support to Ron Paul's Aud the Fed Bill. The Audit the Fed Bill has 282 co-sponors – more than enough to pass the House. It's stuck in committee. LOL!

    Ain't that something? A bill has more co-sponsors than needed to pass the House. Yet the bill hasn't even been voted on.

    No conspiracy theory here, folks. ;-)

  5. Ezra  •  Sep 21, 2009 @4:13 pm

    Being an ex-Fed employee, I fully support an audit of the salt mines of Greenspan. Sadly, I cannot support LaRouche's calls for a return to Bretton Woods…

    True story, each year, the LaRouchies would show up at the Fed and burn Greenspan in effigy. Good times…

  6. Ezra  •  Sep 22, 2009 @8:55 am

    Apropos of nothing, last night I got a letter from the Fed asking if I would be interested in helping to start an F.R.I.T. alumni website and group. Heh, it's only been seven years since I worked there.