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What do you guys think the Wizard of Oz was really about? Follow the yellow brick road (gold = wealth) only to find out that the wizard is only a little old man pulling levers, using projectors and megaphones to look powerful. Go back and watch it again and you'll see a lot of analogies or comparisons with the federal reserve. It, like many other projects and conspiracies, gets thrown in our faces by the controlled media. They hide things in plain sight.
 
Why in 12 years of 'public school' is there not one class about 'MONEY' taught ? MONEY , the most important thing that facilitates and enables 'daily living' and yet the concept of 'MONEY' is never addressed in Public School ! Why ???
 
 

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It is quite a coincidence that Glenn Beck comes out with the real truth about the private Federal Reserve, and then loses his show on Fox News.

Like Ron Paul always says, the Fed is the true facilitator of big government. They could never tax enough, or borrow enough to pay for the wars and corporate welfare without the printing press and world reserve currency status.

Do your own research; read G. Edward Griffin's classic "The Creature from Jekyll Island." The creation of the Fed WAS A CONSPIRACY. No theorizing needed.

Our forefathers fought since the founding to deny the bankers a monopoly over the control of currency and credit. We have fallen under the control of the banking establishment, and they have tied their fraudulent debt to the fiscal wellbeing of America.

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Trump Lashes Out at the Fed

The Trump administration: Busting norms since ‘17.

When asked about the Fed rolling back its years-long low interest rate policy, President Trump told CNBC: "I don't like all of this work that we're putting into the economy and then I see rates going up."

For perspective: Trump's comments came out of left field, if presidential history is any indicator. For 20+ years, the White House has abstained from commenting on Fed policy to allow the bank to remain nonpartisan.

But the Fed's decision to temper too-hot growth with rate hikes (five since Trump took office) has shaken the president's confidence.

  • The bad: The dollar handed over earlier gains and Treasury yields sank.
  • The good: Trump said he wouldn't interfere with the Fed—"I'm letting them do what they feel is best."

That said, this isn't the first time Trump's raised a red flag on monetary policy. As a candidate in 2016 he said, "When they raise interest rates, you're going to see some very bad things happen."

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Binyamin Appelbaum talked about recent stock market losses, which President Trump has blamed on the Federal Reserve.
 

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