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Federal Reserve, IMF and Monetary Policy

Federal reserve and IMF
Greenspan Admits The Federal Reserve Is Above The Law & Answers To No One
He says it at 7:40 Google

10/6/09 The demise of the dollar

10/7/09 Dollar's Slide Gives Rise to Calls for New Reserve

U.S. House Approves War-Spending Bill Amid Dispute Over IMF -
$106 billion bill funding the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan won approval in the U.S. House, overcoming nearly unified opposition from Republicans who opposed the measure’s aid to the International Monetary Fund.

Obama to propose strict new regulation of financial industry
President Obama is expected to unveil a plan that would give the government new powers to seize key companies whose failure jeopardizes the financial system.
The plan would give the government new powers to seize key companies whose failure jeopardizes the financial system, as well as creation of a watchdog agency to look out for consumers' interests.

A Bigger, Bolder Role Is Imagined For the IMF -

IMF may need to ‘print money’ as crisis spreads

IMF Urges Global Financial Rules -
The IMF urged a new system of government oversight of big hedge funds, private-equity firms and other financial firms whose failure poses a major risk to the global economy.

Regulatory Hand is an Iron Fist - Bloomberg News
Instead of looking for an invisible hand to guide us through the economy, we are looking for an iron fist...these regulations will do the same type of prolongations of our recession or depression as the regulations did n the 1930's." -Ron Paul

The Quiet Coup - The Atlantic (May 2009)
The crash has laid bare many unpleasant truths about the United States. One of the most alarming, says a former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund, is that the finance industry has effectively captured our government—a state of affairs that more typically describes emerging markets, and is at the center of many emerging-market crises

Pressure Grows for Single Euro Seat at IMF

H.R. 1207 Ron Paul Has Large Backing In Congress To Audit The Federal Reserve

CNN:Crisis may lead to new world order

AFP: Congress approves eight billion dollars for the International Monetary Fund and a 100-billion-dollar US line of credit for the IMF

Governor seeks more bank powers
The financial systems in countries all over the world are being consolidated at the same time to be placed under the control of the IMF. "The governor of the Bank of England has called for greater powers to allow it to fulfil its new role of promoting financial stability

EU leaders push for new framework to oversee world financial system
The EU wants all financial institutions and markets to be subject to regulation or oversight. It wants more transparency in the accounts of financial institutions; rules to discourage short-term risk-taking; and an early warning system to spot likely global risks. Finally, the EU wants the IMF to be given a stronger role – as yet unspecified – as the overseer of the world financial system

Obama plan would cut number of US bank regulators | Reuters
The official said the proposal would also call for the creation of a financial oversight council that would be led by the Treasury Department, and would make the Federal Reserve the consolidated supervisor of large financial holding companies."

Fed Accused Of 'Cover Up' In BofA, Merrill Deal: Lawmaker

What Role Do We Want for the IMF?

CNBC: Mid South Bank’s CEO Rusty Clouthier Drops “Truth Bomb” on Wall Street |
If you are part of a community, regional or local bank you need to listen to this banker tell how the large banks are going to put you out of business with the governments assistance....

See the Effects of Fascism and Fiat Money on Argentina in 2001
To see the 2001 Argentina Economic Collapse view these videos. 1 day properous- next day impoverished.

The Shrinking Influence of the US Federal Reserve
chairman of the United States Federal Reserve Bank, faces a general investigation by the International Monetary Fund.

Credit Default Insurance market - If the fed guarnatees the debt in this market it is more than the stock market, treasuries market and GDP. It is impossible.
Money in Circulation

Fed Quits reporting amount of money in circulation

Will the US Congress approve a sale of IMF gold to help shore up IMF finances?


Interesting Facts about sound money:
1. One ounce of gold has been able to purchase about 300 loaves of bread for the past 5,000 years.
2. One ounce of gold would purchase a fine custom made suit, leather shoes and a belt in ancient Rome.
3. In 1913, a man could walk into a men's store in buy a nice suit with one ounce of gold or a $20 bill.
That ounce of gold will still buy a suit. The $20?
4. In the US, you can still buy a gallon of gas with a pre-65 quarter or a drink with a pre-65 dime.
5. The Price of Oil Hasn't Budged Since 2001 (If You Pay for Black Gold with Gold)

Money Banking and the Federal Reserve

Abolish The Federal Reserve

Zeitgeist -Federal Reserve

Gold is Money

Liberty and Economics

FED - 'FESS UP ON M3 -Fed stops reporting amount of money in circulation

7/16/08 - Sovereign funds cut exposure to weak dollar

Chronology from the Fed
The Housing Bubble

The Fed embraces inflation

The buck doesn't stop here; it just keeps falling 07-07-08

The incredible plunging dollar

Bank of Israel to buy more US dollars

Fed's Bernanke: Congress should consider strengthening Fed's oversight of banks

Fed's Bernanke asks Congress to consider more regulatory authority over markets 7/10/08

Paulson Urges Expansion Of Fed Power

Fed Auctions Another $50 Billion

Fed auctions another $75B to crimped banks

Hundreds indicted in mortgage fraud probe

Fed auctions $75 billion to banks
In most recent auction, Fed lets investment firms get emergency loans directly; central bank swamped with bids to help ease credit crunch.

Federal Reserve auctions $30 billion to banks

President Bush signs $152 billion economic stimulus bill

Federal Reserve to auction 60 bln dlrs in February

Federal Reserve announces bigger auctions to banks to help ease the credit crisis ($50 Billion)

Central bank loans $200 billion to big investment firms to promote liquidity

Table of Contents

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Real ID and Microchips Implants April 30, 2010 5:16 PM former member
RLCFL Groups and Contacts September 7, 2009 3:23 PM John S.
Federal Reserve, IMF and Monetary Policy October 11, 2009 9:12 AM former member
Fundraising and Special Events Committee June 28, 2009 7:55 PM John S.
Wars and Foreign Aid Won’t Matter When We’re Broke December 29, 2009 9:06 AM former member
Foreign Intervention and Financial Aid January 31, 2010 11:35 PM former member
You Tube Videos July 4, 2011 12:14 PM John S.
Books (A Reading List for Liberty) Part 5 March 22, 2009 12:59 AM former member
Books (A Reading List for Liberty) Part 4 March 22, 2009 1:02 AM former member
Books (A Reading List for Liberty) Part 3 March 22, 2009 1:01 AM former member
Books (A Reading List for Liberty) Part 2 March 22, 2009 1:01 AM former member
Books (A Reading List for Liberty) Part 1 March 22, 2009 1:00 AM former member

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