Gerald Celente and Webster Tarpley on the new powers granted to the Federal Reserve and the cult of personality making it easy for banksters to use him as their puppet…. and they are.
From our Daily Briefing — 18th-19th June 09:
For all you big government fans, Pres. Obama’s “council of regulators” will have no say over the Federal [sic] Reserve. Not that it matters when the person heading this “council of regulators” is bankster butt-boy #1, Treasury Secy. Timothy Geithner.
18 June 09 | RT
The founder of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente, shared his thoughts on Obama’s new initiative and the politicization of the Federal Reserve. (6:31):
23 June 09 | RT
Webster Tarpley, journalist, radio host and critic of the Obama administration, reveals to RT who he thinks really rules the United States.
“If we look at recent U.S. presidents we would have to conclude that Barack Obama is the most controlled by Wall Street banking interests that we have seen in recent memory, maybe in the last hundred years” states Tarpley.
He also pointed out that “About $13 trillion of Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury money have gone to Wall Street to save it from bankruptcy.”
“My finding in terms of Obama’s biography is that he was probably recruited by people like Zbignew Brzezinski or Samuel P. Huntington at the Columbia University in 1981-1982, so Obama was groomed over a long period of time” shares the journalist.
“Obama is simply the unity candidate of the entire financier lead of the top U.S. money center banks” he says.
Webster Tarpley names derivatives as the major source of the global economic crisis “If you have $1.5 quadrillion of derivatives what can you do about that? The answer is – virtually nothing! It is a black hole.” (11:10):
Little Alex wrote a bit on Samuel P. Huntington in his article, “‘Progressive’ Nobel Laureate’s Conclusion that Middle Class Tax Burden Must Increase and the ‘Crisis of Democracy’,” last February. Russian President Dmitry Mevedev is calling for more productive economies to move away from the U.S. dollar.