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Age of Deceit: The Misappropriation of Our Freedoms, Part 3

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Part 3 of our Age of Deceit series in which we discuss anthropology, learned helplessness, reality TV, racism as a distraction mechanism used by the elite, ancient civilizations, and the cult of personality.

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1 comment to Age of Deceit: The Misappropriation of Our Freedoms, Part 3

  • rich

    How’s that look for Bernanke’s dishonest report on the condition of the U.S. economy?

    But don’t take it from me, if you think Bernanke means well – he doesn’t – here’s an excerpt from the widely read King Report:

    In his press conference Bernanke reiterated the FOMC Communique’s false narrative that persistently low inflation could harm the economy. We cannot believe that Fed academics still believe in the economic alchemy that holds that economic growth is related to inflation. Fed academics, like Soviet apparatchiks, have purged the economic history of the Seventies, Eighties and late Nineties in order to maintain the promiscuous credit policies that keep big banks and big government functioning.

    The market action after the FOMC statement was equally as absurd. Here’s another comment from The King Report:

    Please note that the initial response to Fed tapering drove the S&P 500 below and important technical level (or two) and someone immediately appeared to rescue stocks by driving SPHs higher. We have warned incessantly that this scheme has occurred repeatedly since the financial crisis of 2008.

    The Fed and the Government have unleashed an unprecedented amount of manipulative control over the markets – all of them, not just the precious metals market.

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