Court Extrait + du Midas (encore excellent ce soir)
je ne vous en poste qu'une toute petite partie, c'est dur de choisir car il est complètement explosif et particulièrement long, alors j'ai pris un seul passage, un de ceux qui tapent le +
1) Le déficit annoncé aurait été minoré de moitié
2) Confirmation du post d'LN sur la suppression de la publication de M3
3) Bush Borrowed More Than All Previous Presidents Combined,
Bush a emprunté A LUI SEUL + que les 42 présidents précédents REUNIS, et pourtant, Nixon, Carter, Clinton n'étaient pas des manchots coté endettement, ils étaient déjà des recordmen...alors là...
Terminator à coté de Bush, c'est Stan Laurel...!
I could not believe the Government’s budget deficit for October reported to be $47.2 billion. If you check the Bureau of Public Debt, the Federal Government’s debt ballooned by $94.4 billion in October to $8,027 billion. In other words, they reported the deficit to be exactly 50% of the true amount.
Corporations throughout the republic are being fined and prosecuted for misstating their earnings or losses, but this is business as usual for the Federal Government
To put this monthly number in context, the TOTAL Federal deficit was $2.9 billion in 1913 when the Federal Reserve was created, was $27.4 billion in 1919 after WWl, and was $22.5 billion in 1933 when gold was confiscated by the Government. The reason I keep writing about these deficit numbers is the show the enormous infusion of fiat money since creation of the Federal Reserve, and the logical conclusion that gold should be thousands of dollars higher. Looking at these numbers, it is unbelievable that the Federal Reserve says its purpose is to fight inflation.
Federal Reserve to Hide the Evidence
News release from the Federal Reserve:
Discontinuance of M3 On March 23, 2006, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System will cease publication of the M3 monetary aggregate. The Board will also cease publishing the following components: large-denomination time deposits, repurchase agreements (RPs), and Eurodollars. The Board will continue to publish institutional money market mutual funds as a memorandum item in this release.
Measures of large-denomination time deposits will continue to be published by the Board in the Flow of Funds Accounts (Z.1 release) on a quarterly basis and in the H.8 release on a weekly basis (for commercial banks).
Transparency in government?
Ha! This is why we call them banksters!
How come these guys, not our beloved US Government, get to make up money, huh?
It ought to shake any conservative in the US when the longing is to bring back Lyndon Johnson to restore fiscal responsibility in America:
11/10/2005 8:34:02 AM
Bush Regime Borrowed More Than All Previous Presidents Combined, Group Says crane
The Cybercast News Servicehttp://www.cnsnews.com/
Bush Borrowed More Than All Previous Presidents Combined, Group Says
By Melanie Hunter CNSNews.com Senior Editor
November 04, 2005
(CNSNews.com) - President Bush and the current administration have borrowed more money from foreign governments and banks than the previous 42 presidents combined, a group of conservative to moderate Democrats said Friday.
Blue Dog Coalition www.house.gov/tanner/blue.htm
, which describes itself as a group "focused on fiscal responsibility," called the administration's borrowing practices "astounding."
According to the Treasury Department, from 1776-2000, the first 224 years of U.S. history, 42 U.S. presidents borrowed a combined $1.01 trillion from foreign governments and financial institutions, but in the past four years alone, the Bush administration borrowed $1.05 trillion.
"The seriousness of this rapid and increasing financial vulnerability of our country can hardly be overstated," said Rep. John Tanner (D-Tenn.), a leader of the Blue Dog Coalition and member of the House Ways and Means Committee.
"The financial mismanagement of our country by the Bush Administration should be of concern to all Americans, regardless of political persuasion," said Tanner in a press release.
Earlier this year, the Blue Dog Coalition unveiled a 12-step plan to "cure" the nation's "addiction to deficit spending." It included requiring all federal agencies to pass clean audits, a balanced budget, and the establishment of a rainy day fund for use in emergencies specifically a natural disaster.
"No American political leadership has ever willfully and deliberately mortgaged our country to foreign interests in the manner we have witnessed over the past four years," said Tanner. "If this recklessness is not stopped, I truly believe our economic freedom as American citizens is in great jeopardy." crane