More context for Geithner arrest

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Geithner arrested? 116 major bank resignations? What The Finance is this?

March 3, 2012 1:47

by Washington’s Blog

Judge Napolitano testifies of Treasury Secretary and Federal Reserve-insider Timothy Geither’s arrest in this 4-minute corporate news show. American Kabuki list the daily-increasing bank resignations.David Wilcock and Benjamin Fulford explain and document history and deceit at the top of US and global finance, leading to current and imminent arrests.

What does this mean?

Anyone with intellectual integrity and moral courage can affirm that the Federal Reserve system is guilty of financial fraud at its core. The “emperor has no clothes” reason is they lie in omission and commission with a fiduciary responsibility: they create debt for what we use as money, charge the 99% increasing aggregate interest, and then tell us this is responsible leadership for the public good. I teach college-level economics; the facts of a debt-based “monetary system,” unpayable and increasing aggregate debt, and increasing per capita interest costs is conservative textbook information. If you want to understand, I’ll walk you through here.

There’s more to the charge of financial fraud at the top of US economic and financial policy, of course. I recommend the documentation of Matt Taibbi and David DeGraw to dive-into details of the crimes, and Ellen Brown and American Monetary Institute to explore solutions.

Is current news of Geithner and bank “leadership” resignations evidence of an “emperor has no clothes” breakthrough? The people I work with, and I, don’t know. What we do know is that until we have justice with the 1%’s crimes centering in war and money, we’ll continue to document the facts and demand their arrests. These crimes kill millions, harm billions, and loot trillions of our dollars every year.

Until we have justice and policies for 100% of Earth’s inhabitants, it’s just another day of civic activism.

My resources:

Part 1: Why Occupy? A government/economics teacher explains

Part 2: How a government teacher easily proves Occupy’s claim of US War Crimes

Part 3: How an economics teacher presents Occupy’s economic argument, victory

Part 4: Why everyone should Occupy US 1% corporate media: they lie

Important history that makes crimes in the present easy to see and understand:

Occupy This: US History exposes the 1%’s crimes then and now (6-part series)

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1 Response to More context for Geithner arrest

  1. While some awakened souls explain we may soon not use money and to release our fear of not having it, it occurs to me that only if we are fully transformed into awakened, higher etheric-spiritual beings who’s suckle derives all eneries from the fullness, will we no longer require a currency system of some sort.

    I’m projecting my thoughts to engage such fullness were I can.

    Yet there is another, Mother Earth oriented physical dimension that is beneficial to us by liberating Earth from the privatized Federal Reserve System and its now parasitic nature burdening and enslaving all.

    What if we focused energy on peaceful Constitutional reforms of our currency over to Treasury Issued Money?

    These two cartoon videos on banking are historically accurate in their main features and historical references to real events. These videos do not use the gentle language of love. None the less, I enjoyed them and post them on my coverage of the Tea Party and Occupy Movements, both of whom seem to support the liberation of our currency from the Fed.

    http://youtu.be/eIjZRTD4dUY (money history in cartoon format Part I)
    http://youtu.be/kx7HDTDDopA (money history in cartoon format Part II)

    The importance of understanding currency reform is vital and perhaps even worthy of a civics class at the high school level. Suffice to say that every US President that tries to liberate us from the privatized Fed is assassinated I believe… or maybe it’s just me that needs the history lesson.

    It may only now be achievable to liberate ourselves from the Privatized Fed.

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