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The Fed Thread
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This is a thread to talk about the politics of the Federal Reserve Bank and any other central banks under the banking cartel. End the Fed
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>Why Central Bank Digital Currencies Are a Bad Idea
>Central bank digital currencies (CBDC) are being sold with the narrative of protecting consumers who are increasingly moving to cashless payments. Some say that these cashless payments will rob us of the privacy advantages of cash while exposing us to bank runs, payment network blackouts, and foreign financial adversaries.
>In conclusion, the reasons why central banks champion CBDCs are the strongest reasons for which people should oppose the transition toward them. But while the pretense of an investigation into fiat money tokenization gives the impression of there being a debate on the topic, the reality is that there is no debate: the digital currencies will go through and give central banks more control than they had before with all the disastrous consequences such control brings.
https://mises.org/wire/why-central-bank-digital-currencies-are-bad-idea
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> Corbett Report
>John Titus on Central Bank Digital Currencies
>Corbett interviews Titus who is a lawyer and keen observer of monetary policy and the machinations of the Bankster class. Here Titus explains how a debt-based currency is their way of controlling the masses and keeping them constantly on the economic treadmill. He explains how and why depressions are engineered. He and Corbett break down a recent International Monetary Fund video discussion including Jerome Powell of the Fed, IMF, and Bank of International Settlements representatives who discusses the digital dollar that will be put in place once they tank the dollar.
>I found it riveting and revolting. They aim to control every red cent we all spend. Titus has a great grasp of the (purposely) arcane technical aspects that fill in a lot of the blanks they rely on to keep us in the dark. As such, it gets a bit geeky but if you really want to know just how evil and diabolical they are watch this interview.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gC0XSpyFZo
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What's the best alternative to the fed?
National banks, or competing heavily-regulated bank businesses?
Anonymous
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>>293575
TLDR people you and everyone trusts including each other.
>heavily regulated banks with high competition
That's what we have now at least in the us.
The problem has a few sides, first the currency despite what the lawyer goes through about bonds and reserves fundamentally it is a loan taken out against the people by the US given a a loan backed by those human resources.
Then the people get a part of those loans in bank notes to redeem it.
People -> Govt -> Central Bank (sometimes treasury) -> Other Banks -> Legal tender -> People (or foriegn)
People then pay other people or the govt.
Taxes enforces the use of legal tender, circulation of it backed by stuff.

The act of creating Goods, Services, or creating the means of creating those things (ie labor) is decent that ought to also have a physical analogue (or multiple) as a backing.
Not debit which is owed, but a certificate of what has been done. (Technically it's sorta the same but...)
Then who creates the notes? Or verification of labor?
Bitcoin says whoever resolves transactions.
Banks say it is the holder of loans which is debited.
Some say it's the contractional agreements between parties.
Others say it's the meta representation of a physical good/service.

The person(or persons)/entity (or entities) with the highest trust (usually collective trust) backs and gives the currency its value.

So simply what is required is a high trust society, that the one with the most trust (or strongest friendship bonds) is the one who enriches the money. Also increases or decreases in value with how others value everyone else.
Such as who accepts that currency and fulfills the obligations associated. The more wide spread it is the more valuable is it as a currency as a means of trade.

Basically having people you trust to do a good job (also for making money), then backed by reciprocity.
This should be stable throughout time. Thus the people who would get the most would be the ones with hight trust, and does the most public and private good.
Theoretically, and quickly skimmed.

Why this isn't the case for loan money and wage slavery is because everything is always in the red. When it tries to recover those that can be content, and secure in their wealth have the amount needed. Those without feel the contraction the most (besides welfare) they must sell or else. Then the ones who can buy buys the 'or else' for very very little. Basically the value fluctuates.
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>>293579
There's three extremely subtle problems with what you're asking about. First, a "serialized product", ie: something made by a human artisan that CAN be copied by a machine/A.I. is nothing more than a contemporary fad that might last a couple years at best. Look at any CAD (plastic/rubber/wood/metal product) or plasma-cut object. Anyone with access to those machines can order them to be made through a machine interface without having to expend a great deal of honest, earnest, worthwhile energy to create the end result. The only energies expended are shekels (time) and material (fake labor), which directly impinges on the true labor cost of production. Both CAD and plasma cutting machinery require three objectives: make sure the base item fits, that the base item can be machine milled/cut without requiring ANY understanding of the deliberative processes necessary, and that the end result can be mass produced. The second problem is that a service is an affirmative action or reaction to the usage of specific goods in a specific context. The best comparison I can give to you on this is being medically treated for a severe wound: the biological technician (nurse, doctor, etc.) needs to have the appropriate SKILL LEVEL to utilize any number of produced tools to remove foreign objects (if any), the knowledge of which disinfectants and clotting agents to utilize, and the aftercare which will determine whether or not the wound heals properly. This example is called a necessary good-in-service, during which a great deal of experience and physical goods are used under the supervision of someone that has excellent knowledge of their craft is able to aid others. The third is that ALL currencies which aren't a useful or valuable substances in their own right are eminently corruptible: anything that isn't copper, nickel, iron, silver, gold, platinum, etc. etc. etc. are worthless. Fake currencies, on the other hoof or hand can be made from almost anything. Do you have a lawn? Fun fact: you can let grass grow for half a year, harvest it, then process the pulp to create paper. It's a fucktarded simple process. Real currency, that is: mining a substance to extract it, refining said substance into a form or shape, then using said substance as a trade good so that the user of coinage/mintage/object to acquire trade goods that are not available to the user, has become a "lost art". Loan money and wage slavery are the same, just as judeo-capitalism and judeo-communism/judeo-socialism is one side of the same 2-sided coin: both NEVER appreciate. Paper money and digital currency are fake since they cannot be quickly redeemed, cannot NATURALLY improve in value, and are able to be easily copied depending on the whims of a controlling agency. This is why every corporate-owned land mass across the world which is nearly all cuntries, nations, regions, etc. inevitably suffers from a Great Depression via consistent declines: by pawning off paper money as "legitimate", the useful goyim typically fail to recognize what the real value of hard goods, and metals, means to them, and as such their economy almost always decreases.
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>>293607
Fuckit I accidentally deleted post.
I agree what you said.
The currency is becoming more worthless over time isn't good for people.
The Product and Services is an economic term for loads of shit people buy.
The biggest problem is true value labor, and buying random crapass shit.

Net neutral currency that at the very least doesn't devalue.
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>The debt financed economy.
>Between 2007 and 2020 GDP has grown from $14.5 trillion to $21.5 trillion but debt obligations have grown from $52.5 trillion to $82 trillion.
https://twitter.com/NorthmanTrader/status/1344979756115259392

>Another way of looking at this: total debt obligations versus GDP. Organic growth doesn't exist. It's all propped up by ever more debt obligations financed by artificial cheap money.
>Cheap money is needed or it all collapses.
>Zero rates are not the response, it's the design.
https://twitter.com/NorthmanTrader/status/1344980776207659008
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>>295985
More importantly: this is called the war economy. For those anons that have little interest in the banking scheme, I'll provide the shortest possible example:
Consider how many shekels a newly founded oil company needed to start up 80 years ago, which was around 400,000. Where does this company, whether bankrolled by investors (stakeholders) or not, get the necessary equipment, machinery, material, and labor from? They apply to take out a loan using either solvent, insolvent, or both debts from a bank by calling it 'fluid capital', also known as funny money/paper money. This is known as stakeholding, ie: taking the 'stake' (either solid currency or funny money/paper money backed by labor, metals, gems, etc.) from bankholders (humans with funds 'stored' in a bank account, though bankholders are at the lowest end of the banking scheme). With that OBLIGATED debt in hand, the corporation then hires skilled & unskilled labor after or during the period when all necessary equipment, machinery, and material are bought. Construction starts as soon as a valid oil reserve is discovered, is bought, is traded for, or the landowner/sharer signs a written contract to acquire a specific or fluctuating share of profits made.

As you read this, you'll notice a number of red flags causing you to ask, "Wait, there's a lot of problems with this. I can't go out and buy a car by simply promising to pay for it! I have to prove I've got a stable wage (NOT AN INCOME!!!) so I can pay installments, or pay for it outright! How does a corporation have the privilege to sidestep that requirement?" That is technically the right question to ask, however, this question brings up the more sinister aspect of the banking scheme: "Who actually pays for all this?" The answer: the bankholders, that is, the people 'storing' funds in a bank. Why isn't the newfound company responsible? ALL corporate loans are, and this is extremely important: government approved. Corporate loans are NOT BUSINESS LOANS since a business loan MUST be repaid within a set number of months or years. In fact, a corporate loan which goes unpaid MUST either be charged to the bankholders, OR added to local/state/federal tax requirements at the end of each year... which means, and you've probably guessed this by now: everyone gets to pay more shekels to either banking kikes (in the form of "interest" [also known as usury]) or to government kikes! There's no difference between the two except by how quickly you get screwed over. The most important fact to take from this mini-explanation is this: a corporation cannot fail, it is ALWAYS propped up by an illegitimate bank, a government, or both. But WHY does this problem exist? A corporation is, in legal terms, called an 'incorporation', the 'in' portion meaning that it IS a private corporation, but that it has the full backing of a local/state/federal government office since it will either:
#1: produce goods/services solely for the government or agencies owned by the government
#2: produce goods/services solely for the government military which is controlled by other agencies owned by the government
#3: produce goods/services solely for the secret agencies of either the government or the governmental military via other agencies
#4: produce additional revenue via taxation on the 'consumer' (a term meaning wage slave or salary slave whom has no choice BUT to pay taxes/tariffs/fees on those goods and/or services)
#5: all of the above.

How does this fit into the war economy scheme? Using the above example, when you purchase 1 gallon (or if you're in Yuropoor regions: 1 liter) of any fuel, YOU pay a certain % of additional tariffs/taxes/fees that "allows" government, military, and agency usage OF ALL FUELS essentially 'free to use'. If 100 people each buy 10 gallons of fuel at 2 Jewnited Estates shekels per gallon, that equates to 2,000 shekels overall. Now, suppose that 50 cents (or 25%) from each gallon is composed of tariffs/taxes/fees, then that means 500 shekels worth of fuel is "freely available for use" by government, military, and agency usage.

tl;dr: the "consumer" gets jewed no matter what the corporation is or does. Look at every single tech, oil, weapons, or vehicle corporation. Each has DOZENS of contracts with the federal government. They can't lose or go under since they have federal protection (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac ring any bells? If not, look them the fuck up). They can't be dismantled since they are "a necessity for federal contracts because they provide X, Y, and Z". They can't be "defunded" due to the previous statement. Worst of all, they can't fail since they is !!TOO IMPORTANT TO FAIL!!, or !!TOO BIG TO FAIL!!

To make up for all this, have a pony.
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>>296065
Those first two made me laugh, thank you.
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>>296109
Different anon but you might like this one too
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>The Federal Reserve is Preparing for a Massive Market Crash and Credit Freeze
>Longtime Wall Street trader and cryptocurrency proponent Gregory Mannarino explains the perfect storm that is assembling on the financial horizon.
https://www.activistpost.com/2021/02/federal-reserve-preparing-market-crash-credit-freeze.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQNLWAKz9LE
FYI, this guy Mannarino is a self-confessed 32 degree freemason.
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Anonymous
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>>227245
I sure wish. I almost respect the kikes that figured out how to turn America into a totalitarian dictatorship without touching individualism and without even a dictator. Turns out there is no need to exploit humans if one can convince them to exploit themselves.
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>Kansas Bill Would Make Gold And Silver Legal Tender In The State
>A bill introduced in the Kansas House would recognize gold and silver specie as legal tender and repeal all taxes levied on it. The legislation would pave the way for Kansans to use gold and silver in everyday transactions, a foundational step for the people to undermine the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money.
>The Federal Reserve is the engine that drives the most powerful government in the history of the world. Ron Paul popularized the slogan “End the Fed,” but Congress is nowhere near abolishing the central bank. It can’t even come up with the will to audit the Fed.
>Even though state action can’t end the Fed, there are steps states can take that will undermine the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money. By passing laws that encourage and incentivize the use of gold and silver in daily transactions by the general public, policy changes at the state level such as the Kansas Legal Tender Act has the potential to create a wide-reaching impact and set the foundation to nullify the Fed’s monopoly power over the monetary system.
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/kansas-bill-would-make-gold-and-silver-legal-tender-state
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>Bankers want a New System
>To achieve a digital world currency, "a "crisis" must first be made up so deep, so long and so unbearable that the "solution" with the 3 ingredients would be acceptable (just like the 1913 introduction of the Federal Reserve)."
https://www.henrymakow.com/2021/02/bankers-want-a-new-system.html
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File (hide): 6CA0D61BE6965F7879A50E0AA8DD78E5-9681312.mp4 (9.2 MB, Resolution:400x224 Length:00:01:52, FRACTIONAL RESERVE BANKING.mp4) [play once] [loop]
FRACTIONAL RESERVE BANKING.mp4
FRACTIONAL RESERVE BANKING.
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Inflation.
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Daaamn... This thread is quite disturbing.
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>>304742
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>>304734
>Inflation
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WHY IS THE FED LYING?
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>>301328
over half is just
>buy my fund goyim
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>>305320
So what you're saying is that we need to buy more crypto.
Anonymous
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>>305359
Gold/Silver could be worth the investment too, tbh, if you're looking for savings with more consistent value.
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THE FEDERAL RESERVE FOR DUMMIES
>How the Federal Reserve Works and What that Coterie of Banksters Is Up To
>The Federal Reserve system conceals the immense transfer of value to financiers which has justified the intense subterfuge and chicanery necessary for the Fed’s creation. An existing structure for a bankruptcy transfer of national wealth to covert owners of the FRBOG, Inc., is suggested in this writing. World travelers have observed tactics used to dominate foreign nations by civil turmoil are being developed in the U.S.
https://genzconservative.com/the-federal-reserve-for-dummies/
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>Ron Paul Disguises Federal Reserve As Nike Store In Hopes Rioters Will Burn It Down (satire)
https://babylonbee.com/news/ron-paul-disguises-federal-reserve-as-nike-store-in-hopes-rioters-will-burn-it-down/
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Will ending the Fed ever be on the ballot? No? Then it's never going away.
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>Inflation: Your Role as a Milk Cow
>Traditionally, inflation has been defined as “an increase in the amount of currency in circulation.” Such an increase almost always causes an increase in the cost of goods and services, since, more plentiful currency units lowers their rarity, as compared to the supply of goods and services, which remains roughly the same. Therefore, it shouldn’t be surprising if a 20% increase in the amount of currency units translates into a 20% increase in the price of goods and services.
>Unfortunately, in recent decades, even dictionaries have been offering a revised definition of inflation, as “an increase in the price of goods and services.” This is a pity, as it makes an already confusing subject even more difficult to understand.
>This is especially true for the average guy who has a minimal understanding of economics, but does realise that, even if his wages increase (which he regards as a good thing), he never seems to get ahead. In the end, he always seems to be worse off.
https://internationalman.com/articles/inflation-your-role-as-a-milk-cow/
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>Going for gold: Russia to eliminate US dollar from sovereign wealth fund THIS MONTH amid warning of politics sabotaging currency
https://www.rt.com/russia/525569-dollar-wealth-fund-currency/
If foreign countries won't use dollars, then the end is near.
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>>309773
Let it all End!
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300% inflation in 2 years.
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It should be “as long as you use FED-backed notes”. This is jot about taxes. It’s about the money itself.
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>The Biggest Federal Reserve Scandal
>Following revelations that Federal Reserve officials made trades in financial assets while the Fed was taking extraordinary efforts to “stimulate” the economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell ordered a review of the Fed’s ethics rules. While these trades appear problematic, they pale in comparison to the biggest Fed scandal — the Fed’s impoverishment of ordinary Americans, enrichment of the elites, and facilitation of government debt and deficits.
>The depression induced by coronavirus, though really caused by so-called public health actions government took in response, was the official reason for the Fed’s increased asset purchases last year. However, the Fed actually started ramping up its money creating activities in September of 2019, when it began pouring billions a day into the repo markets, which banks use to make short-term loans to each other, in order to keep repo market interest rates low.
>Coronavirus was just a convenient excuse for the Fed to do more of what it was already doing. Now, the Fed is using the limited reopening as a scapegoat for rising prices. Of course, anyone who understands Austrian economics understands that rising prices are a symptom, not a cause, of inflation. Inflation is the very act of money creation by the Fed.
http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2021/september/27/the-biggest-federal-reserve-scandal/
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I kinda like the Fed though, they are the ultimate accelerationists.
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Shitty bait. Here is the (you)
Anonymous
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Honest question what's an accurate timeline we can expect for when the Fed doesn't exist anymore?
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>WATCH: Tucker Carlson Lifts the Veil on the Federal Reserve’s Private Money Monopoly
>Fox News host Tucker Carlson exposed the U.S. central bank, the Federal Reserve, during an episode of his eponymous primetime show on Tuesday night.
>“It’s the classic story of the fireman turned arsonist, or for that matter, the COVID czar who helped to create COVID. Irony of ironies, it seems like we read a lot of those lately,” Carlson said.
>Carlson emphasized that there are people who are directly responsible for these policies, and they should be held accountable for their deliberate destruction of the U.S. economy.
https://bigleaguepolitics.com/watch-tucker-carlson-lifts-the-veil-on-the-federal-reserves-private-money-monopoly/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMAbEmRD9JI
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even if it were on the ballot it still wouldn't matter, the only solution now is civil disobedience and coordination. Refuse to pay taxes, demand our voices be heard. The only option rapidly approaching is that pesky second amendment they hate so much.
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the Fed is everything, private central banks are behind everything. Literally we will never get our countries back until we end Central banking. WE can go on talking about joe biden, pizza gate, immigration, trannies...nothing will change until we end the Fed.

“If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency first by inflation then by deflation the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered... I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies... The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people to whom it properly belongs.”

― Thomas Jefferson