Did the financial crisis ever, truly, end?
“The Fed has this silly notion that if people believe inflation is not a problem, then it won’t be a problem. So we hear from Mr Bernanke time and again that “inflation expectations” are “well anchored,” regardless of what might actually be happening to the price of food or gasoline.
Listening to some of these pronouncements one would never guess that crude oil is trading over $98 a barrel today which is the highest price this year – until of course you go to the gas station and face reality at the pump. Are people really so foolish to believe a Fed announcement, or the US government’s doctored CPI number, that inflation is not a problem when the rising cost of living continues to erode the living standards of America’s middle class? I don’t think so, and this highlights the point that is about to be put to a test”…
Read more: http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2013/6/18_Turk_-_Global_Markets_%26_Banking_System_Face_Major_Collapse.html
The free thinker researches and informs; thus able, willing, and free to question and disagree with authorities and officials.
This fundamental concept remains:
Shall institutional control (empire, hegemony, and slavery/bondage) or
liberty and freedom flourish?
As one observes the current events on Earth one becomes aware of the wealth-poverty divide;
the institutional controls in each border (confined, restricted and divided) nation states called governments;
the global financial system controlled by a group of central banks, and the global commercial/trade/job/money/ all controlled by the above.
Where most people are born into without explanation, free will choice and agreement. ~ Ron