The FED’s as a manager is charted to control inflation and maintain full employment. A criminal conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to do an unlawful act or to do a lawful act in an unlawful way. The Fed had an original charter to maintain full employment and control inflation. A good job would be one where one accomplished its original objectives. The 100 year record shows that they have not maintained full employment which is now at 24% unemployment – that approaches the 30s depressions level maximum of 28%. Further, the dollar has lost 98% of its value since 1913. Thus, these facts prove that the FED is a lousy manager.
A conspiracy is harder to prove but in this case, the players were blatant and open in their cooperation and creation of the burglar’s tools to steal citizens’ assets. The involvement of the banks, the FED and Congress in the creation of the Dodd Frank law was blatant and forced on the people without discussion. It specifies that the government must do whatever is required to keep the big “too big to fail” banks solvent. These banks own the FED and constitute the banking cartel. To me this is a blatant conspiracy comparable to the original FED Act in 1913. These same players further expanded the strategies to the G20 nations to steal depositor’s assets throughout the world by means of the financial “Bail Ins”. They used the 2010 G20 Strategic Plan to change the name of “Too Big to Fail” to Globally Systemically Important Financial Institution (G-SIFI) and to describe the “Bail Ins” as the mechanism to enforce the sustenance of the “Too Big to Fail” financial institutions. This plan was tested in Cyprus, Spain, UK and the US (MF global). It works, is set to go and can be executed at any time. It just takes a bureaucrat, unelected and appointed in the G20 to say that the institution is “marginal” and in danger of failing. The “King has no clothes” even if the press and the politicians say that he does
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