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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 23, 2017 08:20 AM
Well Gloria, if I knew anything about the banking system and the Federal Reserve, I would certainly speak, but I know little and often it?s pure Greek to me. I tried to readcand understand it, but I am dense.
I rarely look at videos posted by anyone. But sometimes curiosity gets the best of me. I admitb I watched a bit of it as my time would allow and it was quite interesting. Need to look further into and can?t really understand why it was posted here except maybe Taurus Physics affect the Federal Reserve??? Didn?t get that far.

One more time, I can find not one thing redeeming about Trump. In all good conscience I cannot acknowledge him though I am forced to as POTUS. Big disappointment but I suppose I am disappointed more in the population who continues to support his true ignorance. I understand why many did vote for him, or at least I try to. But I don?t understand their support now.

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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 23, 2017 02:36 PM


I pay little attention to those that hold any video, or written points of view as evidence of truth..Why?...simply because there is somewhere to be found a differing opinion...

For that reason, I, and only myself, will come to an opinion that satisfies...ME!
No matter all that some other may have said...Here on this site, we are ALL able to come to our own decisions...I may not agree with what is said, but I don't know of any human being that is always right...No not one!!

Just Some Thoughts!


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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 23, 2017 04:09 PM
yea!


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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 23, 2017 05:41 PM
Ha, Craig I know exactly how you feel. Monetary policy does seem a lot like smoke and mirrors, but those folks who worked in the business seemed to do quite well for themselves, except for the front line tellers. I think it takes a particular mindset which I clearly don't have. I noticed The National Geographic featured an article about the Illuminati this month so I might spring the $25 Canadian to buy it. On second thought, nah.

I hear ya, Jimi. I don't understand the hard core Trump supporters either, which is why I keep asking.

MM we are only here to communicate and share ideas, not to dominate or to win or to assert our opinions are right over all others. Recon is of course free to post as many two and a half hour videos as he wishes as I am equally free to choose not to watch them. ;-)


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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 23, 2017 06:22 PM
As I stated in an earlier thread,

We can all can go round and round about any subject. We will never truly see eye to eye and that is okay. There is no win/win nor lose/lose. We are just a drop in the bucket of mighty fine examples of diversity, paradigms , and reference points and knowledge. This forum is just merely a catalyst for expressing our individual diversity and why. It is an avenue to better understand our fellow man. Trying to force your belief system on someone is futile and unconsciable. What is that saying? Force a man against his will and he is of the same opinion still. I think.

It shouldn?t be a place where antagonism, caustic remarks, judgements and insults are the norm...

I know, I know, I am guilty of this infraction too!!!


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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 23, 2017 06:45 PM << Modifed October 23 at 7:03PM >>
-smile-....-headshake-....aha...ha.....

well G Lady.....appreciate the green light...youre always there for me...and I notice.

the video...you'd never watch if it were the only one made.....explains in detail the birth and growth of Americas monster...but..-headshake...you probably dont have time for "real" news....when it would take away from making up your own....or spreading the virus of CNN. by all means guzzle some tap water....I surrender.

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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 23, 2017 07:35 PM


As I said, videos, statistics, and written opinions of the supposed knowledgable ones, can always be questioned, that's why I rely on my own thoughts, ideas, and then come to my own opinions, however different they may be...We each live in our own world....and I surely live in mine...

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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 23, 2017 07:36 PM
Everything you wrote is condescending, sanctimonious nonsense, Recon. First off it's not the only video ever made, neither do you know how many of these type of videos I've already watched in my lifetime. The theories you present are not new to me. Then you go on to make the accusation that I don't have time for "real" news because I'm too busy making up my own news or spreading the CNN virus. What?! Get off your high horse. That is absolute nonsense. Neither do you know that I guzzle tap water. Everything you wrote is a pretend belief you hold that you can read my mind. I assure you, you cannot.

Now had you written in your own words your understanding about the birth and growth of America's monster, I would've read it, and then we would be communicating and sharing ideas. And I can guarantee it wouldn't take me two and half hours to read and absorb fifty pages if that be the length of your contribution to the discussion topic.

It's pointless to even pretend there is a discussion or any kind of communication when only other people's videos are presented. Those are not your ideas even though you, like all of us, will glean ideas from watching them.



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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 23, 2017 08:58 PM
Well so much for my two sense worth...



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RE: The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy
Reply on October 23, 2017 09:05 PM
the distortion of truth is a habit for some.

one....I said "if"...if it were the only one made. but I know you know that.

two....you...you put out more video tape than anyone I know...certainly here. mostly to bash a President...repeating nonsense heard on CNN, proven over and over again to be unreliable at least....at worst "admitted" on camera "spinning wind"
three...I dont have to read your mind...just your type,
and I do very well....Gloria....your suggesting that I "am incapable" of expelling my own thoughts is comical.

I found these video's in legitimate concern for the truth....had I brought forth its reality you would have attacked my credibility. that is why I thought better to let them who risk all to warn us. it is of utmost importance in my opinion.

and last....no they were certainly not "my" idea's.
but I sincerely believe if you thought it possible you'd try to pin it on me. I sense this about you for some reason....go figure. always Michael...-smile-


   
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