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the real problem is that the video above has 350 views and
this video below has 778,196,190 views

I think the real problem is much stronger and deeper.
Those who have seen the youtube the Creature of Jekyll Island, still motor along.

They do not shout "the Fed is not a govt central bank" each and every time someone in a trading forum calls it the US Central Bank.

They still hold to the illusion that they live in a democracy and that the voting placebo is their proof.

They talk in circles and forget what was said.

To tell them they have no power and that the corporations own the politicians is really too much for them.

To tell them the world is already beyond the environments capacity to sustain the crushing weight of humans breeding like rats -is too much for them. The idea of holding a world-wide consciousness of one child per family (an ideal not a law) evokes endless circles of useless lip-flapping.

I can't even get my neighbor to turn off his car when he comes to a stop beside the road
oh the effort! a turn of the wrist.

At many levels people live in denial.

The prb is far worst than some teens watching their current pop culture favorite.

Keep your mind in the future, in the now.
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I'm guessing this wouldn't really keep the NSA out if they were interested. But do they really monitor discussions like this? Is there any risk in having these discissions openly?

My thought is they record all this and much. much more - your telephone calls all emails (unless you use hushmail.com and encrypt) etc.

But they like it.
No, they love it.

They want us to waste our energy being "informed".
The internet is a great boon to them. We waste our energy posting to each other and thinking that if we could just inform everyone somehow, magically, there could could be a "force for a change".

No, no. They laugh in our general direction - we have no power, no voice - the 1/2 of 1% control it all the corporations and the bought-and-paid-for-politicians and the banks. Do they care if we dissipate our energy in chat forums?

I think not.

They have used tax-payer money to buy 100 million round of ammunition for "homeland security" forces.
That isn't for the ruskies, AL-kada our anyone else - the rifles are pointed straight at us - and our chats are ramblings of the powerless.

(someone else told me the number of rounds so i'm only quoting from memory - don't shoot me)

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some videos to help keep us "informed" - ok,ok frustrated, infuriated and saddened.


The banking cartel, its supporter (the Fed), and money creation:
http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docid=6507136891691870450%26hl

Fiat money illegal:
http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docid=5232639329002339531

The creation of the American worldwide empire with bribery and CIA:
http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docid=7065205277695921912
(The first part is good - his "solution" the second part I didn't bother with)

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Please consider the following Scenario:

The FED injects money into the banks(economy) by means of Repo auctioning.
Banks now received huge sums of Cash from the FED.

All I want to know is how do I know whether the bank is using this money to invest in the stock market or is just increasing its own reserves?

What are the indications of that it is using this money to invest in stocks ?

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