The main reason why the US is in such bad shape is due to the massive DEBT that has ballooned over the last few decades and is now out of control. That Federal debt stands at above the reported 13.3 TRILLION dollars that the US Government still officially states, but the real debt is obviously in the Hundreds of trillion dollars range. The Federal debt was created when the US sold its soul in 1913 to private criminal bankers, and allowed the creation of the "Federal Reserve" system for the printing of the nation's currency at INTEREST!. The present chairman of this criminal Federal Reserve System is none other than a criminal himself, Ben Bernanke....
Which brings me to my latest file in my "Files Of Absurdity" series. It seems that the chairman of the criminal Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke himself, according to this new article from www.guardian.co.uk, is actually having the audacity to ask for "help" from the US Government itself in saving the US economy! This is absolutely outrageous, and here is that article for my own readers to ponder:
Ben Bernanke calls for help to revive the stuttering US economy
NTS Notes: If this criminal wants help, then the American public should oblige him... Have him arrested immediately and put up on charges of fleecing the American public through the criminal private banking scheme called the Federal Reserve System itself.
It seems that the only way to help to save the US economy is for the Government to have the guts to end the debt immediately, end private banking printing of currency, and print their currency themselves debt and interest free. However, considering how the criminals control the US Government itself, this will not happen unless the people themselves remove this criminal control, and those elected officials that are under that control, from the US government!
I still cannot believe the nerve of this criminal in asking for help to save the economy that his own policies has destroyed. It is beyond outrageous, and another sad chapter in my Files Of Absurdity indeed!
More to come