Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Tim Geithner Video: Auditing the Federal Reserve "is a Line That We Don't Want to Cross"

Some amazing video but should be eye opening for those who believe [pseudo] government works "for you". Again, the brainwashing that a select group of "wise wo(men)" shall sit around a virtual table bestowing global financial decisions via a pulling of levers and pushing of buttons, whilst the not very bright peasantry shall only comply in subserviant manner.... borders on amazing. But it is the status quo.

If you don't know the Federal Reserve is not "officially" part of government - it is the banker to the banks. Period. It answers to no one officially. No one. Trust me, this Ron Paul audit bill will be fought tooth and nail. Knowing what the mother bank and the children banks are doing behind closed doors is not something you should know. You don't deserve that right - just send your money to the right mailing address.

[If you are not familiar, our Sect of Treasury was head of the New York branch of the Federal Reserve before his current role - obviously the most powerful of the branches]

--->> Here is the long version - there are comments about Goldman Sachs too... (hat tip to The Daily Paul)

In an interview released today by Digg and the Wall Street Journal, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner was pressured about the growing popular movement to Audit the Fed spearheaded by Texas Congressman Ron Paul. A visibly uncomfortable Geithner attempts to dismiss the question by stating "I'm sure people understand that you want to keep politics out of monetary policy." When Geithner is again pressed on the issue, he makes the stunning assertion that conducting an audit of the Federal Reserve—something never before done in its 96 year history—is a "line that we don't want to cross," proclaiming that such a move would be "problematic for the country."

--->> Here is the short version of the same video

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