and other Wall Street scoundrels such as....
Helicopter Ben Bernanke, Hank Paulson and Others.....
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- March 27, 2012
Obamacare: Citizens' medical records security may be breached, report warns
Following the heated debate and passage of Obamacare, the Treasury Department reported that the U.S. Internal Revenue Service -- an agency under the direction of Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner -- would hire upwards of 10,000 more agents to enforce several provisions of the far-reaching health care program, according to a government report...
|U.S. Rep Ron Paul -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.-- March 6, 2012
Fed up with the Fed
While the Fed has recently released an unprecedented amount of information on its activities, there is still much that remains unknown. Predictably, every push towards transparency has been fought tooth and nail. It took disclosure requirements enacted within the Dodd-Frank Act to get the Fed to provide data on its emergency lending facilities. It took lawsuits filed by Bloomberg and Fox News to provide data...
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- March 5, 2012
Geither says feds are coming after tax evaders
As tax day --- April 15, 2012 --- fast approaches, the Internal Revenue Service will be even more aggressive in collecting back taxes and prosecuting Americans accused of tax evasion than it has in the past, according to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner. -- The Internal Revenue Service, one of the Treasury Department's agencies, claims that billions of dollars in income tax assessments were not paid by Americans...
|Kathy Kristof -- NBC News -- March 2, 2012
Inflation: Not as low as you think
Forget the modest 3.1 percent rise in the Consumer Price Index, the government's widely used measure of inflation. Everyday prices are up some 8 percent over the past year, according to the American Institute for Economic Research. -- The not-for-profit research group measures inflation without looking at the big, one-time purchases that can skew the numbers...
|Economic Collapse Blog -- March 1, 2012
The Fed is taxing the living daylights out of us
Ronald Reagan once famously declared that inflation is a tax, but sadly most Americans did not really grasp what he was talking about. If the American people truly understood what inflation was doing to them, they would be screaming bloody murder about monetary policy. Inflation is an especially insidious tax because it is not just a tax on your income for one year. It is a continual tax on every single dollar that you own...
|Alan Caruba -- Family Security Matters -- February 23, 2012
The Federal Reserve ripoff
I have not been kind to Ron Paul and his participation in the Republican primary campaigns and it has taken me a while to understand why he is doing this. It is clear that he wants to be around to influence the Republican platform and the issue about which he is abundantly correct is the Federal Reserve. -- Anyone taking notice of Obama's latest budget has to conclude that his mission is to crash the nation's economy...
|The Economic Collapse -- February 9, 2012
10 things that every American should know about the Federal Reserve
What would happen if the Federal Reserve was shut down permanently? That is a question that CNBC asked recently, but unfortunately most Americans don't really think about the Fed much. Most Americans are content with believing that the Federal Reserve is just another stuffy government agency that sets our interest rates and that is watching out for the best interests of the American people...
|Eric King -- King World News -- February 8, 2012
Bernanke sends gold & oil surging in war against middle class
Today Michael Pento told King World News Fed Chairman Bernanke will continue crushing the middle class and throwing money out of helictopers all the way until "doomdsday." Pento, who founded Pento Portfolio Strategies, also noted the price of gasollne has soared 30% in the last 24 months alone. Pento believes that owners of gold can count on Bernanke's policies continuing to push gold prices higher.
|Gary North -- LewRockwell.com -- February 1, 2012
Ben Bernanke: The official counterfeiter
Back in 1969, a Disney cartoonist sat down at his story board and produced a booklet that the Disney organization never saw: The Official Counterfeiter. It was a presentation of fractional reserve banking and the role of the Federal Reserve System. -- His name was Vic Lockman. As far as I know, he was the first cartoonist ever to do a booklet based on the Austrian theory of the business cycle...
|Mac Slavo -- LewRockwell.com -- December 29, 2011
U.S. Dollar Domination: Just another footnote in history
The assumption among the majority of Americans is that the US dollar as the world's reserve currency will maintain America's political, financial and economic hegemony around the world for decades to come. But, if there's one lesson to be taken from economic history, it's that no currency survives the test of time. -- As the economic crisis continued to deepen and affect nearly every nation on earth...
|CNBC -- December 29, 2011
More skullduggery afoot at the Fed?
A former Fed official says in the Wall Street Journal that the Federal Reserve is covertly bailing out Europe. Insight with Gerald O'Driscoll, Cato Institute senior fellow, who says the Fed operated a "temporary U.S. dollar liquidity swap arrangement." [Related video on corrupt Wall Street banksters]
|Matt Taibbi -- Real Clear Politics -- December 21, 2011
Obama and Geithner: Politics, Enron style
Strongly recommend this piece at the Huffington Post by Jeff Connaughton, a former aide to Senator Ted Kaufman. Jeff is one of the smartest guys on the Hill and is particularly strong on issues surrounding Wall Street and the regulatory system. In this piece, he takes apart the oft-stated mantra that what Wall Street firms did during and after the crisis was maybe unethical, but not illegal...
|Bob Livingston -- Personal Liberty Digest -- December 19, 2011
Blame Bush, blame Obama, but don't look behind the curtain
Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, Henry Paulson, Timothy Geithner, some (most) members of Congress and big banksters around the globe are breathing a sigh of relief today. A poll shows most Americans are now blaming President Barack Obama for killing the economy. -- For three years, Obama and a complicit media have done a good job of blaming Obama's predecessor, George W. Bush, for the dire state of the economy...
|Daily Bail -- December 7, 2011
Bernanke's trillion dollar honey pot
Judy Woodruff: Next, new questions about the money the Federal Reserve provided to banks in the wake of the financial crisis. -- Bloomberg magazine published a report this week detailing loans made by the Fed in 2008 and 2009, loans that totaled more than a trillion dollars on a single day in December 2008, and more than $7 trillion in loans and other commitments to saving the financial system between 2007 and 2010...
|CNBC -- October 14, 2011
The Obama Regime's thievery continues
The U.S. plans on being an active partner as efforts intensify to get Europe get back on its feet financially, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner told CNBC Friday. -- With global leaders preparing for next month's Group of 20 nations (G20) summit in Cannes, France, the International Monetary Fund --- of which the U.S. is the greatest contributor --- is being relied on to help underwrite whatever efforts are needed...
|Associated Press -- October 4, 2011
Bernanke says economic recovery close to faltering
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says the economic recovery "is close to faltering" and the central bank is prepared to take further steps to support it. -- The economy is growing more slowly than the Federal Reserve had expected, Bernanke said Tuesday before the congressional Joint Economic Committee. He said the biggest factor depressing consumer confidence is poor job growth...
|ABC News -- September 26, 2011
$200K per job? Geithner says Obama scheme is still a bargain
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner didn't dispute a Harvard economist's estimate that each job in the White House's jobs plan would cost $200,000, but said the pricetag is the wrong way to measure the bill's worth. -- And he also pointed out, in an interview today with ABC News' David Muir, that there is no other option on the table for getting the economy moving and putting more people back to work...
|Big Government -- September 18, 2011
Europeans mock Tim Geithner
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner may be most famous in the United States for cheating on his taxes (you can even buy a t-shirt to acknowledge his tax dodging), but he’s becoming a punch line in the rest of the world for different reasons. -- I wrote two years ago about Chinese students erupting in laughter after Geithner claimed the Administration believed in a strong dollar...
|Infowars / Los Angeles Times -- September 9, 2011
Sen. Paul seeks vote of no confidence on Geithner
Sen. Rand Paul is calling for a vote of no confidence in Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner. -- The "Tea Party" champion on Wednesday introduced a resolution declaring that Congress and the American people have lost confidence in Geithner. Paul, a Republican from Kentucky, cited the Treasury secretary's handling of the economy, the rising national debt...
|Forbes -- September 9, 2011
Markets tank as Bernanke And Obama fail to stoke confidence
Markets opened sharply lower on Friday after speeches by Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and President Obama failed to rally confidence that a recession might be avoided in the U.S. In Europe, the resignation of a top member of the ECB illustrated the pressure ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet has to deal with over further bond purchases and attempts to stave off an implosion amid a sovereign debt crisis...
|Anthony Martin -- The Examiner -- August 23, 2011
Warning from the man who predicted the 2008 crash
In 2007--over a year prior to the economic crash of 2008--a few lone voices within the financial sector warned of a coming calamity. Their voices were drowned out by more powerful persons who insisted that all was well. They were dismissed as 'alarmists.' Most ignored them altogether... [See Obama Watch]
|CNBC -- August 8, 2011
Dow skids 600, worst day since credit crisis
Stocks took a sharp nosedive in another choppy day Monday to finish at session lows as investors fled from risky assets following S&P's downgrade of U.S.'s credit rating last week in addition to ongoing economic jitters. -- The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 634.76 points, or 5.55 percent, to finish at 10,809.85, well below the psychologically-significant 11,000 mark... [See Obama Watch]
|Anthony Martin -- The Examiner -- August 8, 2011
Monday meltdown... 'it's the Tea Party's fault'?
Asian markets last evening predicted today's scenario -- a Monday meltdown at the U.S. Stock Exchange as the market lost 330 points within the first hour of trading. Asia-Pacific stock exchanges began losing as soon as they opened last night, and the losses continue today. -- Analysts widely agree that today's meltdown is in response to Standard and Poor's decision to downgrade...
|The Hill -- Washington -- August 5, 2011
DeMint: Geithner must go
Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) responded to the nation's downgrade at the hands of Standard & Poor's by calling for the resignation of Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner. -- Saying "enough is enough," the Tea Party favorite pressured President Obama to remove his top economic official and adopt a new perspective...
|Nick Levis -- Business Insider -- July 19, 2011
New World Disorder: Why Geithner's IMF SDR plan for a global currency is high treason
Some time ago, the mainstream media began covering in more detail the New World Order theory as to why our country entered into the financial crisis. Dubbed a "conspiracy theory" the New World Order hypothesis centers around the creation of a "global government" run by a few satanic bankers...
|Peter Roff -- U.S. News & World Report -- July 7, 2011
Unconstitutional for Obama to raise debt ceiling without Congress
President Barack Obama, we have been told many times, is a constitutional scholar. His administration’s latest plan for dealing with the debt ceiling is, therefore, an occasion for him to have his credentials reviewed. -- According to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, who, one presumes, is speaking for Obama, the public debt clause of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives the president the authority to...
|Frum Forum -- July 4, 2011
Can the debt crisis lead to impeachment?
...With the markets bucking and rearing, and the real economy suddenly convulsed, does this not create a crisis atmosphere in which some House Republicans will begin to talk about the impeachment of an allegedly lawless and unconstitutional president?... [See Obama Watch]
|Anthony Martin -- The Examiner -- July 3, 2011
Denninger: Treasury defaulted on the debt May 30
With all of the hysterics and fear-mongering in which the Obama Administration has engaged concerning the dire need for raising the debt ceiling, including the 'Chicken Little' alarmists with their 'the sky is falling' alarm bells that the U.S. will default on its debt unless the ceiling is raised, one would think that the muddle-headed minions of the Marxist mafia would keep a close eye on such matters... [See Obama Watch]
|Tyler Durden -- Zero Hedge -- June 9, 2011
US taxpayers about to be saddled with another European bailout courtesy of AIG
Just when one thought every imaginable taxpayer bailout scheme had been seen, experienced and in many cases, forgotten, here comes AIG once again. The specifics come from Deutsche Bank's Joshua Shanker initiation of coverage report on AIG (naturally with a Buy rating, $34.00 target price), where within the fine print he notes... [See Obama Watch & NWO Treason Watch]
|Robert Scheer -- TruthDig.com -- June 1, 2011
Geithner and Goldman, thick as thieves
What was Timothy Geithner thinking back in 2008 when, as president of the New York Fed, he decided to give Goldman Sachs a $30 billion interest-free loan as part of an $80 billion secret float to favored banks? The sordid details of that program were finally made public this week in response to a court order for a Freedom of Information Act release, thanks to a Bloomberg News lawsuit...
|Economic Collapse Blog -- May 19, 2011
50 things every American should know about the collapse of the economy
Right now, we are witnessing a truly historic collapse of the economy, and yet most Americans do not understand what is going on. One of the biggest reasons why the American people do not understand what is happening to the economy is because our politicians and the mainstream media are not telling the truth. Barack Obama and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke keep repeating the phrase "economic recovery" over and over...
|Matt Taibbi -- Rolling Stone -- May 11, 2011
The People vs. Goldman Sachs
They weren't murderers or anything; they had merely stolen more money than most people can rationally conceive of, from their own customers, in a few blinks of an eye. But then they went one step further. They came to Washington, took an oath before Congress, and lied about it... [See Obama Watch]
|Family Security Matters -- February 18, 2011
More Obama Regime financial skulduggery
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner agrees that President's budget creates unsustainable liabilities... then asks "what's the alternative?" [See Hope and Change Watch]
|Charles Hugh Smith -- Zero Hedge -- January 8, 2011
U.S. of Organized Financial Crime: "If the fraud stops, the financial system collapses"
U.S.O.F.C.: the United States of Organized Financial Crime. The Status Quo is dependent on a Financial Mafia for its wealth, and it is loathe to surrender it. -- What happens if fraud and misrepresentation of risk is expunged from the U.S. financial system?... [See Obama Watch]
|Economic Policy Journal -- December 17, 2010
Totally Busted: The truth about Goldman's bailout by the Fed
Recent disclosures from the Federal Reserve reveal that honesty was one of the earliest casualties of the 2008 financial crisis. These disclosures contain a number of juicy tidbits, like the fact that Goldman Sachs received tens of billions of dollars in direct and indirect succor from the Fed...
|Washington's Blog -- December 17, 2010
Should Hank Paulson be in jail?
Leading bank analyst Chris Whalen has raised the question of whether criminal charges should be brought against former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson. -- Any discussion of whether Paulson committed unlawful actions as Treasury Secretary needs to start with Tarp. -- As the New York Times wrote last year.... [See Obama Watch]
|David DeGraw -- November 17, 2010
The People against Wall Street
The Federal Reserve represents global banking interests who have overstepped their legal authority. Their Quantitative Easing program is an explicit violation of the Constitution. By deliberately devaluing the dollar and causing the price of basic necessities to rise, the Federal Reserve is, as a matter of strategic policy... [See Obama Watch]
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- November 8, 2010
Transparency?: Geithner hires firm to help cover up records
Following a political tsunami that gave control of the House of Representatives, increased GOP members of the U.S. Senate, and increased the number of Republican governors nationwide, President Barack Obama will be leaving the U.S. behind to schmooze with officials in a country that actually likes him...
|Washington Times -- August 24, 2010
Boehner: Obama must fire entire economic team
Saying Washington is hampered by "endless spending sprees, entangled tax structures and bureaucracy run amok," the top House Republican on Tuesday demanded President Obama fire his entire economic team and immediately submit a plan to cut spending to pre-stimulus 2008 levels...
|Paul Craig Roberts -- Infowars -- Austin, Texas -- August 16, 2010
The ecstasy of empire
The United States is running out of time to get its budget and trade deficits under control. Despite the urgency of the situation, 2010 has been wasted in hype about a non-existent recovery. As recently as August 2 Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner penned a New York Times column, "Welcome to the Recovery."
|Phoenix Capital Research -- August 6, 2010
Thanks for the invitation Tim, but you forgot to mention which planet you're on
Tim Geithner recently wrote an Op-Ed piece in the New York Times titled, "Welcome to the Recovery." -- The title sort of says it all, but just by skimming over it my immediate conclusion is that Mr. Geithner is either outright insane or a total liar... [See "Hope & Change" Watch]
|Evans Politics -- May 6, 2010
White House wonder twins blocking Fed audit
Video report from Young Turks. [See Rahmbo Watch]
|Elizabeth Delaney -- The Examiner -- March 7, 2010
Greek PM George Papandreou likely to ask Washington for bailout
Just in case the bailouts of the banking industry, auto industry, insurance industry, and possible looming bailouts for various states isn't enough to make the blood of any conservative American patriot boil, we now have Greece approaching Washington with its proverbial hand outstretched... [See Obama Watch]
|My Budget 360 -- February 9, 2010
How the bailout shifted huge risks from Wall Street to average Americans
There is a false security in our current economy. The belief that the current banking industry is now healthy simply because the government supports it is misguided in valuing the real risk inherent in back stopping Wall Street. Or the idea that deposits are safe up to $250,000 in commercial banks because the FDIC seal is on the door. Keep in mind the FDIC insurance fund is now insolvent... [See Obama Watch]
|Mark A. Calabria -- New York Post -- January 21, 2010
Geithner's lifelong love of bailouts
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner faces tough hearings next week before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. But will any of the Congress members take him to task for his own role in creating last year's financial crisis?
|Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas -- January 19, 2010
Ron Paul on Wall Street Bailout Fraud: Use Geithner to impeach Obama
Watch and learn that the biggest bailout in history was a fraud, perpetrated by the government. Keep Geithner as long as you can Obama. This might be a path for the impeachment of that puppet-president, a Trojan Horse sold to cool-aid drinkers by the financial crime cartel...
|Pat Buchanan -- WorldNetDaily.com -- January 14, 2010
Is America's financial collapse inevitable?
We were blindsided. We never saw it coming. -- So said Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein of the financial crisis of 2008. He likened its probability to four hurricanes hitting the East Coast in a single season. -- Blankfein was reminded by the chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Committee, Phil Angelides, that hurricanes are "acts of God." Financial crises are manmade... [See 'Change' Watch]
|Infowars -- Austin, Texas -- January 11, 2010
Bankstergate and Business as Usual: Geithner's cover-up of the AIG bailout
The New York Federal Reserve, under the direction of current Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, prohibited AIG from reporting that it was passing government bail-out funds directly to its buddies on Wall Street, most notably the criminal organization known as Goldman Sachs...
|Michael Hampton -- Homeland Stupidity -- January 10, 2010
Geithner's Fed told AIG to hide "backdoor bailout"
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, during its $180 billion bailout of American International Group, Inc., instructed AIG to omit details of its purchase of certain toxic assets from a December 24, 2008, Securities and Exchange Commission filing, according to e-mails between the company and the Fed released Thursday...
|Wall Street Journal -- December 26, 2009
U.S. move to cover Fannie, Freddie losses stirs controversy
The Obama administration's decision to cover an unlimited amount of losses at the mortgage-finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac over the next three years stirred controversy over the holiday. -- The Treasury announced Thursday it was removing the caps that limited the amount of available capital to the companies to $200 billion each...
|Business Insider -- December 26, 2009
Geithner's Christmas Present: Unlimited Fannie And Freddie bailouts
The Treasury snuck in another big bailout on Christmas Eve: It removed the cap on the amount of money it will provide to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to cover their ongoing mortgage losses. There is now no limit on how much we taxpayers will shovel down these black holes...
|Congressman Kevin Brady -- November 19, 2009
Treasury huckster Geithner asked to quit
Rep. Brady asks Treasury Secretary and tax cheat Timothy Geithner to step down at hearing.
|Dr. Paul Craig Roberts -- VDare.com -- October 26, 2009
Are you ready for the next crisis?
Evidence that the US is a failed state is piling up faster than I can record it. -- One conclusive hallmark of a failed state is that the crooks are inside the government, using government to protect and to advance their private interests... [Related video interview with Max Keiser today] [See Obama Watch]
|Paul Craig Roberts -- VDare.com -- October 16, 2009
The rich have stolen the economy
Bloomberg reports that Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's closest aides earned millions of dollars a year working for Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and other Wall Street firms. Bloomberg reports that none of these aides faced Senate confirmation. Yet, they are overseeing the handout of hundreds of billions of dollars of taxpayer funds to their former employers.... [See Obama Watch and Audit the Fed ]
|Michelle Malkin -- October 14, 2009
Obama's Treasury money men: "Counselor" is the new czar
If you read Chapter 6 of Culture of Corruption, you know all about President Obama's Wall Street money men who look an awful like President Bush's bailout-happy money men from the world of Government Sachs and CITI. I’ll include an excerpt below....
|Simon Johnson -- The Daily Beast -- October 10, 2009
Timmy's telephone travesty
New revelations about Tim Geithner's phone records show an appallingly small Wall Street circle. With a probe likely, Simon Johnson says the Treasury secretary needs a bailout -- from Larry Summers. -- Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner faces a major public-relations problem. His phone records and broader calendar...
|Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas -- August 25, 2009
Geithner: Auditing the Fed is a "line that we don't want to cross"
In an interview released today by Digg and the Wall Street Journal, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner was pressured about the growing popular movement to Audit the Fed spearheaded by Texas Congressman Ron Paul. A visibly uncomfortable Geithner attempts to dismiss the question by stating "I'm sure people understand that you want to keep politics out of monetary policy." [See Audit the Fed]
|Glenn Hall -- The Street -- Washington -- August 4, 2009
Today's Outrage: "Shifty Tim" Geithner goes ballistic
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner lost his cool with fellow regulators who aren't marching to the administration's beat on financial reforms. -- Geithner reportedly launched an all-out cussing tirade Friday in a meeting with Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro and FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair... [Related WSJ item] [See Audit the Fed]
|This Week with George Stephanopoulos -- August 2, 2009
Geithner won’t rule out new taxes for middle class
To get the economy back on track, will President Barack Obama have to break his pledge not to raise taxes on 95 percent of Americans? In a "This Week" exclusive, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner told me, "We’re going to have to do what’s necessary." [See Obama Watch]
|Daily Finance -- August 2, 2009
After $182 billion taxpayer rescue, is AIG on the verge of collapse?
You may remember American International Group (AIG). The U.S. government gave it $182 billion of taxpayer money last fall in exchange for a 78 percent stake. Of that money, $165 million went for bonuses to a handful of people in its Financial Products Group (FPG), which sold Credit Default Swaps (CDSs)... [See Obama Watch]
|Frank Salvato -- Family Security Matters -- July 25, 2009
A government run by Mrs. Kravitz
...President Obama, White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner coerce many of the nation's largest and most influential banking and financial institutions into ceding control and financially ingratiating their privately held companies to the government under the notion that government knows best how to fix the economy...
|Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas -- July 21, 2009
Cost of bailout hits a whopping $24 trillion dollars
According to the watchdog overseeing the federal government’s financial bailout program, the full exposure since 2007 amounts to a whopping $23.7 trillion dollars, or $80,000 for every American citizen. -- The last time we were able to get a measure of the total cost of the bailout, it stood at around $8.5 trillion dollars. Eight months down the line and that figure has almost tripled... [See Obama Watch]
|London Telegraph -- July 6, 2009
US lurching towards 'debt explosion'
In a 2003 paper, Thomas Laubach, the US Federal Reserve’s senior economist, calculated the impact on long-term interest rates of rising fiscal deficits and soaring national debt. Applying his assumptions to the recent spike in the US fiscal deficit and national debt, long-term interests rates will double from their current 3.5pc... [See Obama Watch]
|Fox News -- June 21, 2009
Judge Napolitano on Obama's ourageous Federal Reserve scheme
...The essence of the proposal is to give the Federal Reserve -- authority to regulate any aspect of any firms that and it's discretion. Its sole discretion. Could adversely affect the economy if they -- The Fed would thus be the only unregulated private entity on the planet. This private super secret bank... [See Obama Watch] [This show aired 6.19.09]
|Paul Craig Roberts -- VDare.com -- June 4, 2009
Why the Chinese laughed at Geithner
If a person lives long enough, he can watch everyone forget everything they learned. -- Everyone includes Federal Reserve Chairmen, economists, Bank of America "strategists," and even Bloomberg.com. -- Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke thinks he can hold down US long-term interest rates....
|Infowars.com -- May 14, 2009
Geithner to take orders from global elite At Bilderberg
According to a London Times report, U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner will probably be in attendance at this week's Bilderberg Group meeting, as top globalists meet to plot the financial future of the planet behind closed doors. -- The Times article notes that "US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner's public schedule is mysteriously empty for the next two days..."
|Robert M. Engstrom -- Human Events - Washington -- April 28, 2009
Radicals run Obamaland
Not surprisingly, Barack Obama, who was the most liberal member of the last Senate, is now filling his administration with dozens of liberal activists, many of whom have been associated with left-wing policies and organizations. Here, in alphabetical order, is a sampling of the most egregious, so far.... [Includes Solis, Geithner, Emanuel, Hillary, Napolitano, other menaces]
|John Armor -- Family Security Matters -- April 21, 2009 sc
Want to know how this administration is subverting the Constitution? Read this...
The Treasury Department announced yesterday that it would "convert its preferred stock in the nation's largest banks into common stock." The stated advantages were that this would allow Treasury to aid more banks without going back to Congress for more money than what was already approved. Some Administration officials even said that this would "get around Congress." [See Obama Watch]
|Pepe Escobar -- Real News Network -- April 14, 2009
Welcome to the new "New World Order"
This video gives the viewer an idea of just what is happening with this deliberate global finance meltdown caused in part by suspected crooks such as Tim Geithner, Hank Paulson, Alan Greenspan, and their puppet masters. Runs just over 12 minutes (9 minutes devoted to the NWO issue). [See Obama Watch]
|Jeffrey Sachs -- Huffington Post -- April 9, 2009
The Geithner-Summers scheme is even worse than thought
Two weeks ago, I posted an article showing how the Geithner-Summers banking plan could potentially and unnecessarily transfer hundreds of billions of dollars of wealth from taxpayers to banks. The same basic arithmetic was later described by Joseph Stiglitz in the New York Times....
|Bill Moyers -- PBS -- April 6, 2009
Wall Street meltdown the result of massive fraud by top elites
For months now, revelations of the wholesale greed and blatant transgressions of Wall Street have reminded us that "The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One." In fact, the man you're about to meet wrote a book with just that title. It was based upon his experience as a tough regulator... [See Obama Watch]
|Raw Story -- April 5, 2009
US collapse driven by 'fraud'; Geithner covering up bank insolvency
In an explosive interview on PBS' Bill Moyers Journal, William K. Black, a professor of economics and law with the University of Missouri, alleged that American banks and credit agencies conspired to create a system in which so-called "liars loans" could receive AAA ratings and zero oversight, amounting to a massive "fraud" at the epicenter of US finance.... [See Obama Watch] [See NWO Treason Watch]
|Old Thinker News -- April 3, 2009
Treason Alert: CFR unveils global governance agenda
...Globalist forces are hard at work in the economic and political realms in an attempt to shape the future of the world, furthering the dominance of the global elite. Calls for a global currency in response to the economic crisis are regularly occurring, drawing the tacit support of Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, speaking to the CFR...
|Phyllis Schlafly -- Human Events -- March 31, 2009
Will the real Tim Geithner please stand up?
Does Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner favor replacing the U.S. dollar with a global currency or doesn't he? Or, as Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., pointedly asked on Sean Hannity's program, "Which Tim Geithner do we believe?" -- Let's review the soundbites of the week of March 23...
|Ben Smith -- Politico -- March 26, 2009
Geithner comment causes dollar drop
I noted earlier that Tim Geithner had been surprisingly sanguine about a new world currency, and had to be pulled back onto his tightrope by former Clinton Treasury official Roger Altman. -- Currency traders noticed too: The dollar fell on his initial remarks, though it recovered a bit after Altman steered him back on message...
|Reuters -- March 24, 2009
Geithner nonbank plan a power grab
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's request for government authority to wind down failing non-bank financial firms is an unprecedented power grab, House Minority Leader John Boehner said on Tuesday. -- "This is an unprecedented grab of power, and before that occurs, there ought to be a real debate about whether we should give that authority to the Treasury Secretary..."
|EarthFrisk Blog -- March 24, 2009
Watch this video and tell everyone now!
Watch this video now with Glenn Beck. Your life literally depends on this as now it is mere months not years before Obama must outlaw guns and the Bill of Rights. In so doing he will plunge America into a real Revolution. You can read about the news on page 20 in your newspaper, or hidden where the sun doesn't shine....
|We Get E-Mail -- March 23, 2009
Who is Timothy Geithner?
...Who is Geithner? He is a creature of the eastern banking establishment and ruling class through and through. His résumé nicely matches his actions in handing out government money and guarantees to the "right people." Geithner's father Peter is director of the Asia program at the Ford Foundation, a New World Order operation...
|American Patrol Report -- March 23, 2009
Geithner - Ford Foundation link
Secretary of the Treasury Geithner's father, Peter Geithner, was with the Ford Foundation for 28 years. The Ford Foundation created the National Council of La Raza and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund. Any guesses as to how he will treat the funding for illegal aliens?