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Doesn’t Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Sound Like A Hillbilly Hooker and Her Pimp?

Doesn’t Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac sound like a hillbilly hooker and her pimp? Taken together, they conjure up images of Daisy Mae and Li’l Abner fleeing Dogpatch in search of a better life in the big city, only to end up hopelessly engulfed in a degenerate web of prostitution and drug addiction. And they’re propped up and kept afloat by a corrupt Joe Friday figure, who we’ll just refer to as Ben Bernanke. Doesn’t Bernanke sound like some kind of unpleasant disease? I sure as hell wouldn’t want to get Bernanke. It sounds like something that might cause your testicles to turn green and fall off. Of course, as far as I know, Bernanke isn’t a disease, he’s the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, which is a kind of National disease. Ahh, the Fed. What the fuck is the Fed anyway? We’re all supposed to reverently heed its financial proclamations without knowing a fucking thing about it. Well, I’ve been doing a little research kids, and I’ve found out some interesting, albeit disturbing things about the Fed. The following information was culled from a talk that was given by G. Edward Griffin and transcribed on bigeye.com.
The Federal Reserve was created by 7 fat-cat rich-fucks at a privately owned island in Georgia called Jeckyll Island, although Hyde Island would have been more appropriate. Now, back in 1910, the American public was in an uproar over our banking system, particularly over the concentration of wealth at the hands of a few banks. So a special committee was formed on the basis of recommending legislation to Congress in order to reform banking in America. It was called The National Monetary Commission and unbeknownst to the American public at the time, its membership comprised around a quarter of the wealth on planet Earth. Their Chairman was Republican Senator Nelson Aldrich, a man who was rawther cozy with one J.P. Morgan, followed by Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Abraham Andrew. Then there was Frank Vanderlip, aka Frankie the Lips, President of one of the biggest banks in America – The National City Bank of New York, who represented the financial interests of Billy Rockefeller and the international investment firm of Kuhn, Loeb and Company. Also representing America’s best interests incorporated were the senior partner of the J.P. Morgan Company, one Henry Davison, as well as Charles Norton, who was El Presidente of another monolithic empire – The First National Bank of New York, not to mention good ole Benny Strong, the head of J.P. Morgan’s Banker’s Trust Company . And last, but certainly not least, was Paul Warburg, the man whom Daddy Warbucks was modeled after. Warburg was a partner in Kuhn, Loeb and Company and was the earthly representative of the Rothschild clan in Britain and France. He also happened to be one of the wealthiest men on earth. Phew!
So these guys got together in secret and decided to stop competing against one another and they formed an unholy alliance which pretends to be part of the government but is actually a cartel of banks protected by law. That was a hell of an arrangement those bastards brokered: unanswerable to the government, funded by the tax payer and in control of our money! What a deal! And we wonder why the economy is fucked.

Why did Congress go along with this shit? Well, it meant that Congress didn’t have to explain itself to the taxpayer about what it needed their money for anymore. It could just go skipping along to the Fed, the Fed would write them an imaginary check, then they’d go skipping along their merry way and have the bank cash their imaginary check. To paraphrase G. Edward Griffin there was no money until Congress went to the bank and cashed the motherfucker. Paper money isn’t tangible like silver or gold. It doesn’t get dug out of the ground, it gets printed up, and the Federal Reserve wins by propping up the sham banking system which makes money from us out of nothing. We get loans from the bank on the strength of our own initial investment, and the banks make money from the interest on the loan. Those fuck-pigs prosper and prosper while most of us teeter on the edge of the economic precipice, balancing on one leg, hoping no strong winds come along. It’s enough to give you a Military Industrial Complex. Incidentally, if I have a Military Industrial Complex, does that mean there’s a doctor somewhere who can prescribe me some inner peace? And how much will that cost? My fuckin’ soul ?!?

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2 Responses to “Doesn’t Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Sound Like A Hillbilly Hooker and Her Pimp?”

  1. A lot of High Finance is Psychological, it’s Voo Doo really, but your shrink is Voo Doo also, so your screwed. I like thinking their are either overpaid or underpaid idiots, they are all idiots!!! And even the ones with money are offing themselves so money ain’t it either, but without arguing about it, we’d all atrophy in the brain, and the Insects will take over?

  2. http://dummidumbwit.wordpress.com/2008/07/17/taxes-real-people-can-ignore/

    Or wise up and cut spending or RAISE TAXES!!! Tax the Rich like every other civilized society?


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