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Ok #Patriots let’s think about this..numbers for #Covid_19 are low in our #Hospitals . What would we #Quarantine and clear out hospitals for ? Especially in a #shutdown ? If all “legit” business operations will get #stimulus then what happens to the “non-legit”?...
...well they are in suspense! Running low on drugs and money. #mercy and #comfort are what would be needed to help #withdrawal victims. Right ? Why else send them to the largest #drug areas in the #USA ? Where else would the most unfortunate section of humanity...
...go? What if all drugs (illegal) run out ? Because the plan is to hold out on them. Then not stimulate anything that can’t be verified through the #Fed ? #TrustThePlan #Q has told us #WWG1WGA . #Addicts are part of us all and we know they have been sunk into darkness...
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What is the Federal Reserve?

What is Private Central Banking?

Who controls the money supply?

Please help me by posting:
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All for the purpose of exposing and understanding the FED

Comment your breadcrumbs and RT!

#FED
#FederalReserve
I highly recommend watching this 3 hour video.

It explains the foundations of Central Banking for the last 1000 years

And how the Federal Reserve is our 6th! Central Bank!

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THREAD ON💱📊💶💰 RT 1)

What Is the Federal Reserve System?
The Federal Reserve System (FRS) is the central bank of the United States. The 'Fed,' as it is commonly known, regulates the US🇺🇸monetary & financial system. #Money
@realDonaldTrump @GenFlynn investopedia.com/terms/f/federa…
WHO CONTROLS ALL OUR MONEY? 2) RT

Watch this excellent historical video that will clarify & answer this question! #MoneyForThePeople #FederalReserveSystem #banks

ThanQ 🙌 ColdFusion >UTube
@realDonaldTrump @GenFlynn
WHERE IS THE FED? WHO CONTROLS ALL OUR MONEY?

Note u're choice. Are u in agreement? Why / why not?
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Though it hardly needs to be said, there are few historical precedents for us to look to that are truly comparable to recent #Fed policy moves. The 2008/09 #GFC is an obvious analogue, but the pace and extent of #policy moves is even eclipsing that.
Another potential point of reference is the Second World War when, following Pearl Harbor, the @federalreserve pledged that it would be: “prepared to use its powers to assure at all times an ample supply of funds for financing the war effort.”
That stance, in effect, left the @federalreserve’s System Open Market Account’s (#SOMA) size at the mercy of #Congress and the Administration, which is a clear example of the #Fed doing “whatever it takes” to prevent unwanted increases in #yields to fund #fiscal crisis response.
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Some general thoughts on #coronavirus and how it plays out long term economically and politically. But first, some assumptions.

#ChinaVirus
1. This is only the first wave of infections. Even in a best-case scenario where this wave of the #ChinaCoronaVirus is contained within a few weeks, there will be a subsequent wave next winter
2. Even if some treatment works out soon, there will still be a need to contain the virus aggressively to prevent the healthcare system from being overwhelmed; the shutdowns can become less severe, but will not disappear and instead can become more targeted
#ChinaCoronaVirus
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#QAnon #TheStormIsHere #Q

I will be summarizing the following video which discusses current topics. I found the video relevant because it discusses the wide range of what we are watching play out before our eyes. Please share this thread.

m.facebook.com/story.php?stor…
80 federal, state and local law enforcement officials in #Virginia arrested drug traffickers. They are SHUTTING DOWN the cartels/traffickers which is all part of the circle of elite/globalist take-down.
We know that Fauci lied in Congress about Encephalitis in #vaccines and we know about the email in 2013 about #HRC. In this video, it is suggested that maybe #Fauci has "flipped". A lot of politicians are flipping, giving up and talking. It's possible.
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Reading all these calls for ‘stimulus’, one wonders, if Constantine XI had had a ‘technology we call the printing press’ would his city not have fallen to the besieging Ottomans in 1453.
Shame he hadn’t heard of Gutenberg’s newly invented gizmo...
#Fed #UST #coronavirus #ECB
“The bad news, Tommy, iss for your ze war iss over. Ze good is, your RAF has parachuted in a packet of £5 notes to ease your captivity”
#coronavirus #stimulus #centralbanks #HelicopterMoney
Imagine if, during the Berlin Airlift, General Lucius Clay had not bothered flyng in food and fuel, but had just dropped Greenbacks.

You think Stalin might have chuckled?
#stimulus #coronavirus #COVID2019 #centralbanks #fiscal
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Lets talk about #Global #CentralBanks and their #MonetaryPolicy stances given #COVID19. Specifically, lets ask ourselves: "Can Central Banks Help Fight COVID-19?"
The best place to start is to note that #Global #Growth was already facing considerable downside risks before the #COVID19 outbreak December 2019. The slow down in global growth came on the back of trade (china vs. us) and geopolitical (Brexit etc.) tensions...
To this end, institutions such as the #IMF & #WorldBank revised down their 2020 #Economic #Growth outlook & emphasised the need for a more coordinated #policy approach between #monetary & #fiscal policy around the globe to "rescue" growth from the doldrums...
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1/ #Corona, Recession, Depression, biggest #Crash of all time...

While everybody is occupied with speculating about the consequences of the Virus, I believe there is something much bigger going on here:

The Death of the Fiat System - the biggest Wealth Transfer of all time
2/ If you don't get it yet, this is the biggest economic event of our lifetimes.

I have the feeling when everything is said and done, paper money might be worthless.

We might be witnessing the biggest paradigm shift ever! A few thoughts:
3/ This is my favorite chart of all time:
Over the past decade the Fed balance sheet grew exponentially.

What do you think will happen this time considering the whole world is going into lockdown right now?
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1-Subject: Stewart Paterson at Metropolitan Club, Washington DC “Folks,Yesterday I attended a talk by Stewart Paterson,author of China,Trade & Power.Paterson is a British-born hedge fund manager who has lived in Hong Kong & Singapore 4 most of the last 20 yrs. He explained his...
2...on #China.Some of it is familiar but he did a great job pulling it together into a clear argument.There were some 50 people at the event including from the DOC—Nazak Nikaktar,Richard McCormack,& Earl Comstock(who recently left his position as Chief of Staff 2 WIlbur Ross)...
3...In a nutshell,Paterson’s argument is that the decision 2 let #China into the #WTO in 2001 was the greatest mistake of modern times.This enabled the largest labor arbitrage in economic history,bringing in 600 million workers at a wage level 1/30th the level of US wages.The...
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Not to root for state or CB intervention, with #coronavirus, its inevitability must be faced. So how to make it the least damaging and not allow it to become entrenched in the system and lead to another decade of distortion & waste like post-#GFC? 1/x
Problem is to try to avoid the failure of otw viable firms because of disruptions due to the global health emergency - & also to spare their employees from ruin. Flooding money into financial markets is NOT the answer, #JayPowell! Blind fiscal expansion, neither, #DonaldTrump 2/x
Here's the kernel of an idea. Finmarkets are desperate for 'safe assets'. nominal yields are trifling; real ones negative. S-o-o, launch a special series of #Treasury bonds to sate the market's hunger & halt the potentially disastrous collapse in yields. 3/x
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Good morning! Let's have an update on markets as it has now become very clear, that we are to see the #Deflation unfolding, which I have mentioned here for a long time. Why hasn't it really hurt yet - and what to expect? Stay tuned for some #HZupdates
I have shown my #Oil chart for a long time with Ending Diagonal. Since talks of oil >100USD - and during spikes in oil due to attacks in ME. All noise!! Structures drive price - and we are en route towards <20USD - perhaps as low as ~10USD for Oil. #Deflation unfolding!
I have shown #Deflation in #CRB chart. Broken lower trendline and now heading towards much lower levels to be reached this year! It will be a SECULAR BOTTOM - hence this is from where #STAGLFLATION will develop, as economy continues to plummet and prices begin to rise #HZupdates
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If you've been following #Global #Capital #Markets, you'll have noted a significant rebound in some of the world's key stock market indices. This follows a "correction" in the wake of #COVID19. The rebound largely comes on the back of #CentralBank commitment to "lower for longer"
While #CentralBank commitment to "lower for longer" might help rally markets today, it is still imperative for us to consider the #Global #MonetaryPolicy #Toolbox and if policy makers will have enough space to "keep cutting" or providing "stimulus" moving forward.
Below are #CentralBank meeting dates for March 1st to 7th 2020. From this list, Banks that usually "move the needle" as it where, are Bank of #Australia & the Bank of #Canada. As it so happens, Bank of Australia cut policy rate by 25bps to 0.5% citing #COVID19 as downside risk.
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@realDonaldTrump Who owns the Fed?
See the lists of Rothschild owned/controlled banks!!

United States: Federal Reserve, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

The FED & the IRS
FACT: US Federal Reserve is a privately-owned company, sitting on its very own patch of land, immune to the US laws.
Q
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@realDonaldTrump Continued- Who owns the Fed?
See the lists of Rothschild owned/controlled banks!!
#QAnon
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@realDonaldTrump Who are these people?
#QAnon
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1-Bu hafta ABD borsası tarihinin en hızlı düşüşlerinden birini yaşadı.

En son bu kadar hızlı düşüş 1929 Büyük Buhran’ından hemen önce görülmüştü!

İşin ilginç yanı kayıpların son kısmında #altın da düştü. Peki ama neden?

İşte Flood!
2-Altın Pazartesi günü 1672 $’la yeni bir zirve yapmıştı. Ardından gelen dört günde ise %5 değer kaybederek 1585 $’a indi.

Buna rağmen altın güvenli liman özelliğini kaybetmiş değil.

Bu düşüncemin nedenlerini şurada anlatmıştım👇
tr.cryptonews.com/exclusives/alt…
3-Altın gibi Bitcoin de borsalarla birlikte düşmüştü. Ancak #Bitcoin de
zaten önceden çok değer kazanmıştı.

Bitcoin daha önceki halvinglerde olduğu gibi hareket ederse kısa sürede tekrar yukarı dönme ihtimali yüksek.

Ayrıntılar burada: bitcoinhaber.net/2020/02/bitcoi…
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Many are calling for a rate cut on the #Fed, but there's very little central banks can do at this point.

A thread on, why #centralbanks will be unable to stop any repercussions from the #CoronavirusOutbreak .

We naturally start with the balance sheets. 👇1/12
Which are just massive.

The very role of any easing (quantitative or normal) is to push interest rates down.

In addition, it was the purpose of QE -programs to also create a "wealth effect", by increasing the values of financial assets and making people feel "rich". 2/
We detailed the channels of effects of QE programs in the Q-Review 1/2018. 👉gnseconomics.com/wp-content/upl…

Even today, the effects are not understood by all, but they depend heavily on the ability of the programs to push down (converge) the yields of bonds in different classes. 👇 2/
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Lets talk about the #FED's #Outlook on #US & #Global #Growth & where it sees #MonetaryPolicy #Regulation & #Supervision going given the #Zero / #EffectiveLowerBound...
Yesterday, 6th February 2020, the #FederalReserve (FED) Vice Chair for #Supervision addressed the #Money Marketeers of #NewYorkUniversity in #NewYork. His address, in the form of a speech, was coined "The #Economic Outlook, #MonetaryPolicy, and the Demand for #Reserves"...
Considering that the #FED is one of the most influential #CentralBanks in the world, it pays to get as much information from them as possible, especially when it comes to #monetarypolicy conduct and the #Global impacts thereof...
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The 2.1% #GDP print gives "optical illusion" of an economy chugging along at moderate 2% clip at end-2019, but composition of growth reveals softer picture.

More than 70% of Q4 advance came from temporary collapse in imports, business investment subdued & consumers + cautious
Average 2.3% GDP advance in 2019 is marginally weaker than 2.4% print in 2017 but this is another optical illusion as most recent 3 Qs mark economy’s worst performance since the 2016 slump.
Even momentum headed into 2020 is softer than the 2.3% y/y print would indicate
Consumer spending only +1.8% in Q4 as households exercised more caution in the face of elevated policy uncertainty and moderating income growth.

In 2020, cooler employment trends and lower income growth prospects will lead consumers to gently rein in spending
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Let us talk about the #FED #FOMC's 1st #MonetaryPolicy meeting of 2020. Specifically, let us talk about the puzzle that is a flatter #PhillipsCurve...
The #FederalOpenMarketCommittee (#FOMC) of the #FederalReserveBank (#FED) of the #US concluded its 1st meeting of 2020 on the 29th January 2020. As expected, the FED did not change rates but left the #KeyPolicyRate, the #FederalFundsRate (#FFR) in the 1.5%-1.75% range...
Indeed, if one considers the #FED #Dotplot of December 2019, the decision to keep rates unchanged would not come as a surprise. What I wanted to focus on today is some key passages in the statement, highlighted in yellow in the screenshot below...its all #PhillipsCurve...
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Lets talk about the upcoming 1st meeting of the #FED #FOMC (28-29 January 2020). Specifically, lets talk about the #DOTS...
The #FED #FOMC developed the so called #DotPlot in 2011 as a chart to record each FED's official forecast for the FED's key short-term interest rate (federal funds rate - #FFR). Currently, the FFR, following the December 2019 meeting is in the target range between 1.5% and 1.75%
The most recent #DotPlot is attached below. Each dot represents one #FED official, from the Chairman to fellow Governors. It is anonymous & as such, no one knows which official is responsible for what dot...
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Lets talk about how important it is to frequently #Review #CentralBank #MonetaryPolicy #Frameworks...
I will set things off by pointing out that the various facets of #BusinessCycles (early, mid, late / boom & busts) consistently keep reminding us that what goes up, must come down. We might find ourselves in a prolonged #expansion, but eventually it decelerates into a #recession
As part of #Macroeconomic management (counter cyclical), a #CentralBank's objective (through its #MonetaryPolicy) is to maintain #PriceStability & #FinancialStability & in other cases, to promote #FullEmployment. It does this hand in hand with #FiscalPolicy...
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The whole point of the ‘market’ -as we #Asutrians have been telling you for over a century- is that the prices formed by the countless interactions of our teeming humanity convey info of the best possible quality to help co-ordinate the most fruitful use of scarce resources 1/x
- the greater the nodes on that market network; the more individual needs and preferences expressed upon it, the better the solutions: the more enriched the ‘spontaneous order’ it throws up.
The scrambling of price signals by state lever-pullers is one evil we often discuss - 2/x
- what we don’t address often enough in financial markets (theoretically possessed of the densest and most widespread, most rapid, most frictionless networks of all) is the deadening effect of overconcentration and the move to oligopoly under which we are now suffering - 3/x
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Let us talk about recent #Trends in #Global #Monetary #Policy, say, from 2015 to 2019...
Before I do that, let me give you an updated list of #CentralBank #MonetaryPolicyCommittee meetings for 2020...The matrix attached shows MPC dates for #CBL #SARB #FED and #ECB...
Surely we are conversant with the terms #dovish #hawkish #loose #tight #expansionary & #contractionary when it comes to #monetarypolicy jargon. What did the #global monetary policy landscape look like from 2015 to 2019? Was it loose or tight, expansionary or contractionary?
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