When Central Banks Rule the World Part – Joan Veon

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  • Mon, Oct 05, 2009 - 10:19pm

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    Re: When Central Banks Rule the World Part – Joan Veon

Good laugh, Johhhhhhnnn!

41% ay?  That’s interesting!  I know, I was thinking about those kinds of scenarios in history, where the beliefs of the masses were latest disproved; people thinking the earth was the center of our solar system vs the sun, “bleeding” people, etc.  It gave me some hope that group-think can eventually change. 

  • Sun, Oct 11, 2009 - 08:21am

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Good Video Larry!  I’m heading to the 2nd one now.  

As for “have we lost”….  I don’t know.  I had this conversation last night with my wife.  I think we’re going to have to fight for the right to be free again.  Those 3%’rs are what I see being our saviors.  I’m unfortunately going to be in the % group.  I don’t honestly think the avg. person in this country will care if the elite take over and enslave society further.  I just don’t see any fight nor do I see much enlightenment.  Sure, many people are now saying “End the Fed” or “Those damn bankers”, but I don’t see many saying “Those damn Rockefellers and Rothschilds!”  or “don’t watch MSM because it’s pure propaganda”.  The populace is either unable to, or unwilling to “connect the dots”.  That’s really all it would take.  Connect the dots!

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Larry,

I think you should introduce this video to the main boards.  Everyone should have an opportunity to watch this.  IMO, this could be the most important video anyone watches in their lifetimes!

  • Wed, Oct 14, 2009 - 06:32pm

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LogansRun – good idea, I posted it on the main forum board.  

Earlier, I thought her religious references would be unwelcome by this forum – I guess I’m getting politically correct (ugh).  In looking at it again, I think her few references don’t really matter and are separate from her presentation of facts.

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Great to see you down here in the basement – I came down looking for a bottle of wine and imagine my surprise…..

LOL…We keep a cold keg of beer down here and some Habana Cohibas…help yourself

Larry

 

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Larry, I can’t help it; I’m grinning like a little kid who is watching another little kid do something they may get in trouble for.  Hey,as long as the cold beer’s down here, I’ll keep watching the Joan Veon videos down here!  (And I NEED it after watching her videos!:)

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Why doesn’t this woman just look at the camera?  Was anybody in the room?

Central Banks don’t rule the world.  They may be an instrument of the wealthy, but they have far less powers to screw up fiscal policy than congress and the president.  Quantitative easing is what is keeping us out of a depression and this person wants you to believe it is some sort of a “conquest”.  I’m sorry.  Its nuts.  The fed has been around to clean up the messes left by numerous administrations and we should be thankful it exists.   

The most realistic part was support for Volcker’s suggestions on regulation.  Otherwise, factual misstatements such as bank balances being entirely owed to the fed, simply aren’t true.

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[quote=FinPro]

Why doesn’t this woman just look at the camera?  Was anybody in the room?

Central Banks don’t rule the world.  They may be an instrument of the wealthy, but they have far less powers to screw up fiscal policy than congress and the president.  Quantitative easing is what is keeping us out of a depression and this person wants you to believe it is some sort of a “conquest”.  I’m sorry.  Its nuts.  The fed has been around to clean up the messes left by numerous administrations and we should be thankful it exists.   

The most realistic part was support for Volcker’s suggestions on regulation.  Otherwise, factual misstatements such as bank balances being entirely owed to the fed, simply aren’t true.

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Oh, my . . .

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    Re: When Central Banks Rule the World Part – Joan Veon

finpro, it appears you’re an MBA or you’ve taken a neoclassical econ 101 class since your statement regurgitates how central banks are characterized in the 1 paragraph in those texts that deal with them.  I suggest going further…research debt, money, paper currency, inflation/deflation, banking hierarchy, history of global finance, use of the dollar to conquer the world, use of monetary policy to destroy countries, etc etc.  None of this is really covered in neoclassical economics.  And it’s certainly not covered on CNBC, in the WSJ, or other places people go to consider themselves educated about such things.  

good luck believing the Fed will save you from a depression.

 

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[quote=FinPro]

Why doesn’t this woman just look at the camera?  Was anybody in the room?

Central Banks don’t rule the world.  They may be an instrument of the wealthy, but they have far less powers to screw up fiscal policy than congress and the president.  Quantitative easing is what is keeping us out of a depression and this person wants you to believe it is some sort of a “conquest”.  I’m sorry.  Its nuts.  The fed has been around to clean up the messes left by numerous administrations and we should be thankful it exists.   

The most realistic part was support for Volcker’s suggestions on regulation.  Otherwise, factual misstatements such as bank balances being entirely owed to the fed, simply aren’t true.

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Wow!  What branch of the FED do YOU work in….Goldman Sachs?  Ugh!  

Well, now we know why we’re doomed to slavery.  

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    Re: When Central Banks Rule the World Part – Joan Veon

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finpro, it appears you’re an MBA or you’ve taken a neoclassical econ 101 class since your statement regurgitates how central banks are characterized in the 1 paragraph in those texts that deal with them.  I suggest going further…research debt, money, paper currency…., [/quote]

No, Most of that stuff was covered and I find your quick attempt to label me unflattering, and incidentally, wrong.  Maybe I should expect it for saying Veon’s ideas impressed me as nuts.  I bet there are many legitimate policy efforts that you and I might agree on, maybe not, but specific to the federal reserve can you at least “regurgitate” the case for a paper currency before tearing it apart?

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