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Ron Paul: "Bernanke Is The Greatest Counterfeiter In The History Of The World"

Editor's Note - We are reprinting this story from last year as today marks the one year anniversary of this particular Bernanke abomination accomplishment.

Video - Ron Paul on Bernanke's dubious distinction

From a year ago today...


And check out today's photos from the UK riots...




Video:  Congressman Paul appeared on "Your World with Neil Cavuto" to discuss Ben Bernanke's selection as TIME Magazine's 2009 "Person of the Year"


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DB, REPUBLICAN Ron Paul on Benranke...the most powerful man in the world...

Dec 17, 2009 at 4:22 PM | Unregistered CommenterGobiasBestFriend
I present you with the greatest libertarian rapper of all time:


(ht Daniel J. D'Amico posting on The Austrian Economists Blog)
Dec 18, 2009 at 1:53 AM | Unregistered CommenterJames H
More glasnost on global warming. Russians say CRU scientists cherry-pick urban temp stations which give higher avg temps than rural ones.
Dec 18, 2009 at 2:02 AM | Unregistered CommenterJames H
Check out Neema V's MySpace page.

The song "McBama" is particularly good. If you want a rap about the bailouts, Obama and the Fed, this is it.
Dec 18, 2009 at 2:16 AM | Unregistered CommenterJames H
From "McBama":

If you get your rock
Stolen by Barack,
It's the same thang
's if you got it stolen on the block.
McCain's brain
Works the same way
So either way we're gettin' gang-banged.
Dec 18, 2009 at 2:24 AM | Unregistered CommenterJames H
This is why FOX news is a sick sick joke. The smug assholes are mocking him. "Oh that crazy Ron Paul with his quaint ideas".
Dec 18, 2009 at 7:01 PM | Unregistered CommenterRobertM
Actually interesting comments by Ron Paul. Sadly the interviewers from FoX (as usual) suck up to the investment bankers and even try to protect them. Listen carefully to the interview, typical boulevard press comments by the journalist guy and a lot of queck -queck from the other twos. It felt like Wall Street Journal meets "Entenhausen" . One of the reasons not many serious investors listen to FoX, yet we go there to get the entertainment value provided - by Foxy-staff
Dec 18, 2009 at 11:13 PM | Unregistered CommenterHelmut von Sankt Gallen
Helmut, CNBC?
Dec 19, 2009 at 12:47 AM | Unregistered CommenterGobiasBestFriend
If Ben Bernanke is the greatest counterfeiter in the world history, and instead of prison, he is rewarded with the second mandat, then he has done a really excellent job :(
Dec 22, 2009 at 11:46 AM | Unregistered CommenterDuric Aljosa

don't get sad...get pissed...call a senator today...and tomorrow...it's easy...all the numbers you might need are in this list...


and here...

Dec 23, 2009 at 1:03 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
I recently watched a documentary called America: Freedom to fascism.
this video puts forth the idea that the FED was created in 1913 unconstitutionally, and was nothing more than a scam by a few rich bankers to get the power to print money, a power expressly issued to the government (FED is a privately owned bank), and to lend that money to the government at interest(money made from nothing at the FEDs discression). it also goes on to say that there is in fact no law on the books that requires anyone to pay income tax, and people have actually been aquitted of tax evasion charges because of this. This would mean that anyone in jail for tax evasion also did not break the law.

I was shocked to learn all of this especially since there was nothing in the film that couldnt be easily backed up with any law book or the constitutuion, or a history book. It all stands up.

i can only scratch the surface of the information the film goes into and i know i didnt say much here but in order for us to discuss the film youll have to see it for your self right?

Here’s a link to the documentary, please if your going to post watch it first, its less than 2 hours and I guarantee it will be worth your time.

of course if anyone sees a flaw in the films info I would appreciate hearing that too.

Dec 23, 2009 at 10:58 PM | Unregistered CommenterKen
Sprott Calls The Fed "A Ponzi Scheme" As Half A Trillion In Treasury Purchasers Are Unaccounted For
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 12/23/2009 20:07 -0500

"As we have seen so illustriously over the past year, all Ponzi schemes eventually fail under their own weight. The US debt scheme is no different. 2009 has been witness to spectacular government intervention in almost all levels of the economy. This support requires outside capital to facilitate, and relies heavily on the US government’s ability to raise money in the debt market. The fact that the Federal Reserve and US Treasury cannot identify the second largest buyer of treasury securities this year proves that the traditional buyers are not keeping pace with the US government’s deficit spending. It makes us wonder if it’s all just a Ponzi scheme." Eric Sprott

Keiser Report №5: Markets! Finance! Scandal!
Dec 23, 2009 at 11:12 PM | Unregistered CommenterKen
ken...i read the sprott report yesterday when eric sent it by email...i'm not sure they got it right so i have been waiting to hear back from the FED before i post it...
Dec 24, 2009 at 12:26 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
10 Signs That Confidence In U.S. Treasuries Is Dying And That Financial Armageddon May Be Approaching

Dec 15, 2010 at 12:24 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
The collection of banking interest is destroying our planet, there are
not enough earthly resources on this planet to satisfy the interest
payments these bankers want.

We are pushed harder to produce beyond capacity and consume more to pay
these interest debts that can't be paid.

They get ridiculous "usury interest" to "facilitate a financial
transaction" with our Government created money! Not backed by gold, or
silver but, backed by "We the People" we put the value in money!

Banks should be converted to a "non-profit" status no interest charges.
Think about it $100,000 of interest to buy a $100,000 home? Using our
governments printed money and our promise to pay. Usury should be a
crime again. Usury is referred to in all religious texts for thousands
of years as a sin. Only one time fees should be paid and actual expenses
needed to provide this public service.

Talk about an over paid middle man.

"Hard working Producer you and me" (greedy banker performing a
financial transaction with our money) "Hard working Consumer you and me"

Remove the actual bankers from the equation and the interest paid to
them. Think how much money over time has to be paid back to people who
should be "Public servants" and work for a "minimum hourly wage." The
same minimum wage they created with their bust and boom cycles. They
should not be paid 10 billion dollar bonuses! For our hard labor. Lets
hire more police to watch them so they stop stealing our money from us
and forcing society to steal to feed themselves.

"Break the Banking financial elite " these people use our money to
create bull and bear markets to create their needed bust and boom cycles
to feed there interest payments.

Think about current world banking usury practices. The interest paid to
them for government money created out of nothing, backed by nothing but
an order to create it?
Bankers provide financial transactions services that are used to
facilitate actual work. So what? They are nothing without you and me. If
we don't work what do they reap? A blank computer screen.

Can you see the benefits? four examples:

1. Home owners: How would we live if we could pay for our home in
just a few years? How many more and better homes would be torn down,
built, and bought if we could sell and not owe the bank all our profit
after we have done all the work.

2. The USofA: Cities across America have billions if not trillions
in interest to pay for financial transactions using "their own money"
created from an order to create it, it is just a way of keeping track of
commerce nothing more. What are we paying banker for? The Governments
are not allowed to profit and compete against the people, why should
banks be able to profit from such a system against any of us?

3. And the World : who finances all these wars and terrorism? 9-11
took a lot of money! You and I can't deposit $5,000. Without Homeland
security breathing on the phone, asking where it came from.

4. Let Wall Street make profits from companies that don't pay
interest, farmers, factory owners, mom & pop stores would be 100 times
more profitable providing goods and services to the people.

Fact: It is not possible to pay back this interest levied on the world
using their usury system. Why do they profit to make a simple financial
transaction with our money? "Something a simple computer could do",
they earn more than those of us who plant crops, build cars, or raise
children, children they have no remorse in making homeless for their
financial cycles, that are needed to collect their interest payments.

The age of the "Usurer Banker" must come to an end!
Dec 15, 2010 at 5:15 PM | Unregistered CommenterWill Mc

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