Blessed are they who do trust in mammon’s system of financing!
The following was posted AP, at about around 8:00EST Sept. 18, 08
Serious stuff here!
First of all the Fed or the Federal Reserve Back, according to United States Code, "Banking and Finances," is also known as "The BANK" and the "the Bank" is the Central Bank, or the "World Bank," which you pay your so-called income taxes into! (See the back of your canceled check!)
The "World Bank" is also is the IMF or International Monetary Fund, which is also the account name for the US Treasury, not to be confused with the actual agency of the American or constitutional government called Treasury of the United States. (See Title 5 USC for listing of the names of real Federal agencies!) (See http://www.imf.org/external/about.htm
for some more CON-nections.)
And see the TOP "dogs" of the banking world listed HERE > http://www.ffiec.gov/nicpubweb/nicweb/Top50Form.aspx
NOTICE who is the “SECOND in the WORLD in HOLDINGS and who is supposed to get “bailed” out with YOUR taxes! JP Morgan
etc, and see the TOP dog, who got “bail” monies for one of their sub chartered banks, ie Citycorp at $600 million just a few months ago! Hummmmm Bank of America owns 4800 Other Banks worldwide, that is on their web site!)
The "Federal Reserve System," (which is not really an agency of the American Government,) is the heads of the "WORLD BANK", and the "WORLD BANK" is the major collector of ALL taxes in ALL the nations of ALL the "world!"
And ALL the "Central Banks" are in fact members of the "WORLD Bank."
And the Federal Reserve System is in fact part of the "WORLD Banking" system! (SEE http://www.federalreserve.gov/aboutthefed/default.htm
on whom their board of directors CON-trolls!, also SEE http://www.unsystem.org
With that correction of CON-fusion, that the WORLD banisters want you to be in, as to their system of control, please study the following with the above info in mind! (Also SEE http://www.lpig.org/banking.html
strange “bed fellows” on this list of world shysters er ah lawyer / banksters! Which include another NOT an agency of the Federal government the Internal Revenue System of the “WORLD BANK!” http://www.bis.org/cbanks.htm
And if you really want to know who CON-Trolls the trollers look above GWB and check out the UBI Bank headed by HWB and the Carlyle Group, with Ben Laden Sr. co-head http://www.swamppolitics.com/news/politics/blog/2007/05/bush_taps_zoellick_for_world_b.html
Baby Bush TAPS the new head of the WORLD BANK!
Where, when and how, did the “BU$H” family become the “pickers” of the head of the “WORLD BANK?” And what does this really mean in the END TIMES sin-near-e-OH? SEE http://www.aztlan.net/judwatch.htm
The WALL STREET JOURNAL investigation on BU$h family connections, and who really set up 9=11!
PS the "WORLD BANK" is also the "BANK of the UNITED NATIONS," or the ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT Bank! http://www.worldbank.org
And the United Nations funds almost 95% of ALL the abortion clinics, doctors, and population CON-trollers in ALL the WORLD, including “Planned Parenthood” (sick) with the “taxes” of every nation, even this one!
SAVVY! (Be real careful how you take that TRUTH!)
It is NOT “what is in your wallet” it is in fact “WHO is in your wallet!”
Remember “Denile is not just in Egypt, it is also a “river” in the body of the pretend-a-believers who are paying for “BIRTH CONTROL!”
The following is under the Ezk. 3: 18-21 LAW!
Fed, central banks move to boost global confidence
By ELLEN SIMON, AP Business Writer
NEW YORK - The Federal Reserve, working with central banks in Europe, Canada and Asia, pumped as much as $180 billion into money markets on Thursday to combat a seizing up of lending between banks that is intensifying global financial crisis.
The move was aimed at boosting waning confidence and getting banks around the world to open their ever-tightening purse strings. Asian markets closed lower, but the Fed action helped send European stocks higher after three days of losses.
Wall Street appeared headed for a higher opening, after dropping 450 points Wednesday when a Fed bailout of American International Group Inc., one of the world's largest insurers, failed to settle the markets' frayed nerves.
Worries that other financial companies could fail may cast a pall on the central banks' step, which spread billions of dollars around the world in exchange for foreign currencies.
In a statement, the Fed said it had authorized the expansion of swap lines, or reciprocal currency arrangements, with the other central banks, including amounts up to $110 billion by the ECB and up to $27 million by the Swiss National Bank.
The Fed also said new swap facilities had been authorized with the Bank of Japan for as much as $60 billion; $40 billion for the Bank of England and $10 billion for the Bank of Canada.
All told, Fed action increased lines of cash to central banks by $180 billion to $247 billion.
At home, the New York Federal Reserve acted to ease a spike in overnight lending rates by injecting $55 billion into the banking system in two operations of temporary reserves.
A sharp rise in such borrowing costs makes banks hoard cash, worsening already tight credit conditions that have led to the worst financial upheaval since the Great Depression.
For more than a year, investors around the world have watched with growing alarm as the U.S. economy, the world's largest, has struggled to right itself before being tipped over the edge by massive foreclosures, shrinking consumer spending and rising inflation.
The turmoil has swallowed some of the most storied names on Wall Street. Three of its five major investment banks — Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch — have either gone out of business or been driven into the arms of another bank.
The two remaining — Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Morgan Stanley — were under siege.
On Wednesday, financial stocks in the Standard & Poor's 500 dropped 10 percent, and insurance that backs corporate debt soared for Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs.
The Dow Jones industrial average, which only two days earlier had suffered its steepest drop since the days after the Sept. 11 attacks, lost another 450 points. About $700 billion in investments vanished.
Shares of the nation's largest thrift, Washington Mutual Inc., fell 13 percent amid reports that the government was trying to find a buyer for the bank, which has been battered by bad home loans. It lost $3.3 billion in the second quarter.
And, demand for super-safe Treasurys surged Wednesday, sending the yield on the 3-month Treasury bill briefly into negative territory for the first time since 1940, as investors rushed for the closest thing to cash.
After the government bailed out the insurer American International Group Inc. and a money fund "broke the buck," investors were worried about the riskiness of most assets.
It was the fourth consecutive day of extraordinary turmoil for the American financial system, beginning with news on Sunday that Lehman Brothers, would be forced to file for bankruptcy.
The 4 percent drop Wednesday in the Dow reflected the stock market's first chance to digest the Fed's decision to rescue AIG with an $85 billion taxpayer loan that effectively gives it a majority stake in the company. AIG is important because it has essentially become a primary source of insurance for the entire financial industry.
As the stock market staggered, the price of gold, which rises in times of panic, spiked as much as $90.40 an ounce. Bonds, a traditional safe haven for investors, also climbed.
"The economy is not short of money. It is short of confidence," said Sung Won Sohn, an economics professor at California State University.
"It seems as though banks are hoarding cash, no matter what rate they could be lending it at," said David Rosenberg, North American economist at Merrill Lynch.
Mortgage rates, which had fallen after the government's takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, rose again, removing a glimmer of hope that the housing crisis, the kindling for the broader financial meltdown, was hitting bottom.
And new statistics showed that construction of new homes and apartments fell a surprising 6.2 percent in August to the weakest pace in 17 years.
Jobs, too, have been affected by the tighter credit. With banks unwilling to lend, businesses are reluctant to expand. New applications for unemployment benefits rose last week, although much of that increase was due to the impact of Hurricane Gustav, the Labor Department said Thursday.
But the four-week average of new claims, which smooths out fluctuations, rose by 5,000 to 445,000. Economists consider initial claims above 400,000 a sign of a struggling economy. A year ago, the figure stood at about 320,000.
On Wednesday, the Treasury Department, for the first time in its history, said it would begin selling bonds for the Fed in an effort to help the central bank deal with its unprecedented borrowing needs.
Treasury officials said the action did not mean that the Fed was running short of cash, but simply was a way for the government to better manage its financing needs.
Separately, the Securities and Exchange Commission tightened rules on short selling, the practice of betting that a stock will fall.
A $62 billion money market fund — Primary Fund from Reserve — on Tuesday saw its holdings fall below its total deposits, a condition known as "breaking the buck" that hasn't happened to a money market fund since 1994, Rosenberg said. Money market funds are supposed to be conservatively invested and almost as safe as cash.
If you believe that the "Fed"/ World Bank is running low on "cash" remember two things, 1. they have the "CASH" printed
2. and they can have as much printed as they need!
And being the "WORLD" banking system, if you believe that they are "running out of cash," than you more than likely believe that there is some ocean front property for sale, that you can buy, in O-ma-HA Nebraska, and that "moon is made of green cheese!"