Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Fed, Greenspan & Bernanke Bashing Part XXII......

Enjoy! Viel Spaß!

Open Letter to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke From: Eric Janszen / iTulip

Greenspan Cartoon

With the trouble just beginning and more and more people waking up i ´ll bet that the credibility of almost all central banks will take a significant hit. But when you have to fund big deficits like the US the problem is getting worse.....

Nachdem der Ärger gerade erst begonnen hat und immer mehr Leute aufwachen ist es nicht gewagt zu prognostizieren das das Vertrauen in die Zentralbanken ( auch ausserhalb der "Bloggerwelt" und den "Goldbugs") rund um den Globus erheblich leiden wird. Das ganze wird besonders für die Staaten zum Problem die hohe Defizite wie z.B. die USA finanzieren müssen....

Hat tip to New York City Housing Bubble & The Mess That Greenspan Made
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Greensperm is a walking contradiction. He rapes the people, but expects them to like him. That man is a P.I.G. pig.

7:49 AM  
Blogger jmf said...

Moin Edgar,

when all is said and done i´m pretty sure nobody will like "Easy Al" anymore..... :-)

The more he speaks......

8:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A lot people who, during his time, invested in the stock market loved him and his 'Greenspan Put'.


10:44 AM  
Anonymous shtove said...

Watch this, and compare with the British House of Commons "grilling" of Mervyn Green-King.

Bullshit King Kong meets Bullshit Tyranosaurus Rex.

It's a box-office hit, but who wins? Who profits? And man, what a stink of shit!

4:08 PM  
Blogger jmf said...

Puplished from the state owned CITIC...

Chinese best-seller blames all on Rothschilds

Even today, claims author Song Hongbing, the US Fed remains a “puppet” of private banks, which also ultimately owe their allegiance to the ubiquitous Rothschilds.

The book is estimated to have sold about 600,000, including 200,000 from the publisher, a unit of state-owned CITIC group, and 400,000 pirated copies

9:29 PM  

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