Sunday, September 25, 2011

Big Brother Fed / We Fart In Your General Direction

After reading this flabbergasting post (you have to read it to believe it) at the always informative and courageous site, ZeroHedge, titled: 
Here Comes FIATtackWatch: Ben "Big Brother" Bernanke Goes Watergate, Prepares To Eavesdrop On Everything Mentioning The Fed

We here at The Refreshment Center have decided that old McCarthy noodle just won't stick to the wall here.  If you've never seen 'Good Night And Good Luck' you should rent it yesterday.  Edward R. Murrow is a hero of sorts here and we surely believe that he would never bow down to such base and unconstitutional fear-mongering.  But here's the thing - it's not the government really doing the fear-mongering.  It's the Money Masters.

The Money Masters is a MUST WATCH for every American citizen.  And it is more important now than ever before that Americans understand how our monetary system works.  You'll understand why The Fed is so afraid of it's reputation in the eyes of the public when poop is hitting the fan in Europe and countries like Greece are looking at default.

They probably should have started worrying when Ron Paul's book, 'End The Fed' became a top seller.  They are ridiculously late in their concern for knowing what the 'little people' think.

It's a long movie - take breaks throughout but please make time to watch.
Your family, children and grandchildren will thank you for it.

PS: Bernanke, your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries.
Now go away or we shall taunt you a second time.
FEATURE:

The Money Masters - Full-Length (3hrs 19m)


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