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Author Topic: Wikileaks and Wall St. Banks  (Read 802 times)
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« on: December 02, 2010, 07:14:47 AM »

I have been reading about all this Wikileak stuff.  I remember that those on the left wanted all the government documents released when Obama won the election.  No more secrets.  Send Bush to jail...

Washington seemed immune to all the documents that were released.  It's almost like some on the left were celebrating...

With this latest batch, Washington seemed immune.  It turns out the government could have stopped the release, done more to protect the common man on Main Street.  Did they do anything?  Maybe they laughed among themselves...

Who would be the part of the next Wikileak reveal?  Private Wall Street banks.  What does Wikileak know?

I recall that the Federal Reserve is a private bank, and they are a Wall Street bank.  The Wall Street bank of last resort for any number of secret people, hedge funds, banks, dictators, and who else?

Why hasn't the Federal Reserve ever be subject to a rigorous audit?  Don't the people have a right to know who profits from all that debt?  How much debt there really is?

Why would government suddenly spring into action?

Is it possible the next big reveal of a private Wall Street bank involved the Federal Reserve?

Even if it wasn't the Fed, why does Washington seemingly spring into action to protect the private document of Wall Street banks, but not the common man on Main Street?

Why are 'we the people' always expendable?

All my posts are just my humble opinions.  Please take with a grain of salt.  Smile

It doesn't do any good to hate anyone,
they'll end up in your family anyway...
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