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Bailout Reality

In this latest central bank caused bust phase of our economy, we've seen the usual fascist/communist federal government bailout which subsidizes huge corporate losses. This time, and since October 2008, the amount has already reached the two trillion dollar mark. But for whom are these bailouts issued and for what purpose? The answer is simple and concomitantly two-fold. One, the bailouts were for corporate and bank insiders and two, the general population is once again purposely left out. This sustains the continuity of the debt-based, fiat money economy scam that has plagued and impoverished human civilization for over two hundred years and keeps the masses too weak to revolt against it. If, as all the "experts" on the media networks say, our economy is consumer-based, then why not issue trillions of dollars worth of bailouts to the American people themselves? Why not issue that same amount of money for cancelling out the entire mortgage debt of every American family which has it? The dollar amount and inflationary market reaction of the currency would be the same. The answer is that the corrupt system must be maintained by our banker rulers while the rest of us must stay weak, poor, and disengaged from public policy.

Robert Ferguson

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  1. I also think its part of the one world order agenda. Alot of the banking control is over seas. Foreign banks are getting alot of this money and our government is going along with foreign control with the purpose to weaken America. and bring it into the one world order..

    Fritz

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