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Vintage Inflation Propaganda and Greenspan Answers "Why do we need a Central Bank? "

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December 21, 2008 – Comments (7)

Inflation (1933)

This propaganda film attempts to explain how inflation can bring about happy days.

The title of the video is now changed to vintage pro-inflation propaganda.

Greenspan: Why do we need a Central Bank?

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#1) On December 21, 2008 at 10:41 PM, abitare (61.26) wrote:

Money as Debt:

Central Bank: Biggest scam ever 1/2

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#2) On December 22, 2008 at 1:39 AM, Option1307 (30.24) wrote:

That last video is rather interesting. Thanks for the post.

While I don't necessarily believe a group of elite bankers caused the Great Depression in order to obtain more power. I do have to think that they had some idea in reagrds to what they were doing by creating the FED, and were fully aware that they were screwing the poeple.

 It really confuses me why more perople were not incredibly upset about the proposed Fedral Reserve being created back then. I understand that people were a lot less educated and there was no internet/TV so informationw as not as easily accessed. But our Constitution perfectly spells out a stark warning on the creation of a power like the Fedral Reserve. The founding fathers adamantly opposed such a thing...Why did no one object to its creation? I know you don't have an answer, but its intersting nonetheless that people sat by idel as the biggest scam of all time took place...

Then again, we are currently sitting by idle again as we let the Fed/Government screw us over once one.

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#3) On December 22, 2008 at 3:52 AM, needsadime (39.34) wrote:

But our Constitution perfectly spells out a stark warning on the creation of a power like the Fedral Reserve

The Constitution also states that only Congress can declare war.  And so why is no one objecting to the last 3 decades of executive war actions?

I guess the Constitution is losing its clout.

 (oh, and nice clip, arbitare)

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#4) On December 22, 2008 at 9:32 AM, djemonk (< 20) wrote:

The Central Bank clip was very interesting, although its bias was pretty obvious.  The narrarator clearly has a bone to pick with the Fed and that makes him sound even less objective than Michael Moore.

I watched "Money as Debt" a while ago, and that seems to take a more objective stance, which I very much appreciated.

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#5) On December 22, 2008 at 11:00 AM, Option1307 (30.24) wrote:

needsadime

Touche...

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#6) On December 22, 2008 at 12:10 PM, kdakota630 (29.83) wrote:

I liked that last video a lot until I found part two of it which came off is way too conspiratorial for my liking which made me question the factuality of the first one.

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#7) On December 22, 2008 at 1:38 PM, HansHauge (34.00) wrote:

I like how they draw the chart with a pencil...very factual.

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