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Video: Fiat Empire – A Closer Look at the Federal Reserve, and America Freedom to Fascism

 

Fiat Empire - A Closer Look at the Federal ReserveAmerica Freedom to FascismThese are two interesting films and if everything they claim is true, the situation is quite scary when you think about it. He who controls the currency, in the end controls everything.

I noticed a year ago, that the Federal Reserve Board would stop publishing its weekly M3 money supply number as of March 2006, but I never had any reason to think much about it until now.

M0 is all coins and paper bills. M1 is M0 plus all checking accounts. M2 is M1 plus savings accounts, money market accounts, and certificates of deposit of less than $100,000. M3 is M2 plus all deposits, euro dollars, and repurchase agreements that are $100,000 and larger… M3 is the broadest measure of how much money is circulating in the U.S. at any one time. Unlike M2, M3 is the big stuff, the super-size deposits.

Basically it lets the Federal Reserve and the US Government hide direct manipulation of the stock and currency markets by the Federal Reserve. If you are interested in the details read this article by Harlan Levy. It seems to me to go right along with these film’s assertions. «Read the rest of this article»


Pedestrian Crossing: a life and death gamble

 

Towards a more pedestrian friendly ClarksvilleI was dismayed but not shocked to hear of the recent pedestrian fatality on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. Coming from a northern city where pedestrian walkways, bike ways, crosswalks and sidewalks are factored into every aspect of urban planning, where violators of pedestrians’ right of way face high penalties, the City of Clarksville is the least user-friendly city I’ve known to anyone who doesn’t drive on its high speed main thoroughfares.

The streets of Clarksville may not be intended as high-speed highways, but quite often there’s little difference between 41-A (Fort Campbell Blvd.), Wilma Rudolph Blvd., and even Madison Street, and I-24 between here and Nashville. Cars speed, weave, and have even run the suicide lane as if it were a bonus lane for high speed traffic. Crosswalks are almost non-existent, or, if they exist, are seemingly irrelevant in the motorist-pedestrian equation. «Read the rest of this article»

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