Originally Posted by blutzski
It's been said that the bankers created periods of money expansion and contraction on purpose to create the illusion of an unstable monetary system so that they could "come to the rescue" with the Federal Reserve Act. Now they are doing the same thing all over again on a global scale to push a one world currency to "stabilize" international finance.
Does anyone find it fishy that the major shareholders in the Federal Reserve are the ones buying up the smaller banks and probably doing it with the bailout money since they obviously aren't lending it out?
The whole thing smells of fish. But I just don't know where the smell is comming from. I guess time will tell?