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Thursday, March 5, 2009

Up Yours, US Taxpayer

The Fed refused yesterday to disclose the names of the borrowers and the loans, alleging that it would cast “a stigma” on recipients of more than $1.9 trillion of emergency credit from U.S. taxpayers and the assets the central bank is accepting as collateral.

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Let's see...If a private entity wanted to suck $700 billion from your hard earned private money to save the economy, wouldn't you want to know -- before you let them have it -- exactly who would get that money and on what terms?

Yet here we are in a situation where private entities - the Federal Reserve Banks - have already swindled $700 billion from private tax payer wallets, which they extorted from us through a bought and paid for public intermediary, which we euphemistically call our government, and they have the gall to tell us it's none of our goddamn business!

Pardon me if I ask (rhetorically) - what on earth could they be trying to hide???

A whole lot of stolen dollars and the vast criminal networks behind it...

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