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Alan Greenspan says the Federal Reserve is above the law!

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Alan Greenspan says the Federal Reserve is above the law!

Postby Scepcop » 26 Aug 2009, 15:31

He says it on TV. Look!



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In a Tv interview the Chairman of the Federal Reserve BANK Admits that the FED is ABOVE the LAW and ANSWERS to NO ONE!!

No ONE can OVER RULE the FED.
Not even the PRESIDENT of the United States.

Get it?

The FED is an independant Agency, Not Part of the Federal Government, yet it retains the name "federal" in its name.

Could it be to mislead all of the simple minded idiots?

The government takes orders from the banking cartels, not the other way around.
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Re: Alan Greenspan says the Federal Reserve is above the law!

Postby ProfWag » 27 Aug 2009, 04:26

Hello again Mr. Wu! I've watched this video 3 times now and I have yet to see what Mr. Greenspan says the Fed is "above the law." The video is 48 seconds, could you tell me at which second I should listen for it please?
Everything I heard him say is spot on What I learned in Economics 101, but again, I just need to find that "above the law" statement you say he says.
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Re: Alan Greenspan says the Federal Reserve is above the law!

Postby Scepcop » 27 Aug 2009, 04:37

ProfWag wrote:Hello again Mr. Wu! I've watched this video 3 times now and I have yet to see what Mr. Greenspan says the Fed is "above the law." The video is 48 seconds, could you tell me at which second I should listen for it please?
Everything I heard him say is spot on What I learned in Economics 101, but again, I just need to find that "above the law" statement you say he says.
Thank you!
Wag


My God. How dense can you be? It's like you have no common sense. He says the Fed is accountable to no one. Didn't you hear?

No one on youtube is disputing it.

If you are deaf, then I'm wasting my time. Sheesh.
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Re: Alan Greenspan says the Federal Reserve is above the law!

Postby ProfWag » 27 Aug 2009, 05:15

Scepcop wrote:
ProfWag wrote:Hello again Mr. Wu! I've watched this video 3 times now and I have yet to see what Mr. Greenspan says the Fed is "above the law." The video is 48 seconds, could you tell me at which second I should listen for it please?
Everything I heard him say is spot on What I learned in Economics 101, but again, I just need to find that "above the law" statement you say he says.
Thank you!
Wag


My God. How dense can you be? It's like you have no common sense. He says the Fed is accountable to no one. Didn't you hear?

No one on youtube is disputing it.

If you are deaf, then I'm wasting my time. Sheesh.

Funny, no one is disputing it on youtube because after about the 6th post, they all start talking Nazi and Bush fascism or some silly crap. Oh yea, they all know what the hell they are talking about when it comes to how the government is run. There are some common-sense people though if you bother to look that state that he doesn't say they are above the law at all. And, if you would pull your head out of your ass for just a minute, you would know that being accountable to no one is a political term and not a legal term.
And for chrissake, get your freaking facts straight. The Fed has been around almost a hundred years. If you didn't know that the Chairman of the Federal Reserve as actually the most powerful man in the world, then you are an even bigger dumbass than I gave you credit for you slimey little bastard who has the common sense of a horsefly. Sorry for the name calling, but I've been called enough names on this site to last me a while and if it's good for the moderator, then it's good for me.
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Re: Alan Greenspan says the Federal Reserve is above the law!

Postby Scepcop » 27 Aug 2009, 11:17

Oh really? lol

Ok then explain what being accountable to no one means in political terms. And show us another politician who said those things just for political reasons.

Yeah he's powerful, but it's not common knowledge in the mainstream that he's the most powerful man in the world. Someone that powerful can do all kinds of evil things and get away with it. And those above him can too.

But of course, you have no problem with that, cause to you, authority is ALWAYS right, you will never condemn it, no matter how many murders and lies they commit.

Where is your condemnation of the Gulf of Tonkin Fraud?

You are so blind, non-objective, non-impartial, and use low scumball dirty tactics to try to discredit nice innocent people like Gage, who never wronged you or anybody.

I am very fair and impartial and a very good judge of character. I have lots of references to prove it. I would not "call names" unless that person TRULY deserved it. You can bet your ass on that.
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Re: Alan Greenspan says the Federal Reserve is above the law!

Postby ProfWag » 27 Aug 2009, 20:04

Scepcop wrote:I am very fair and impartial and a very good judge of character. I have lots of references to prove it. I would not "call names" unless that person TRULY deserved it. You can bet your ass on that.

As long as they agree with you and support your agenda, then your statement is true.
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