Marc Faber Explains The Fed’s Dilemma In 15 Words (Video)

Let me again say, for all those that still believe that we have just stupid & incompetent politicians (all of the time), that our politicians are nothing but elite puppets, and that they are are just following the orders of their masters. Period.

Here’s Obama in 2006:

Obama Debt Ceiling

Couldn’t have said it better, yet … 

U.S. Government Debt Up $6.666 Trillion Under Obama (CNS News, Feb 4, 2014)

These elitists totally control and own our government, the Fed, the banksters, the media etc.

The destruction of the middle class and America is done by design.

This is a controlled demolition and also the greatest bank robbery in world history (and the banks are doing the robbing).

And the worst is still coming.


Marc Faber Explains The Fed’s Dilemma In 15 Words (ZeroHedge, June 20, 2014):

For over 5 years we have been explaining the hole that the fed has been digging (most ironically here). This morning’s op-ed by Warsh and Druckenmiller highlights many of the problems but we leave it to Marc Faber to succinctly sum up the dilemma that the Fed faces (and by dilemma we mean, the plan) – “The more they print, the more inequality there is, the weaker the economy will become.” Simply put, “it’s a catastrophe,” Faber told CNBC, “what the Fed has done is to lift asset prices, and the cost of living. In the meantime, the cost of living increases are higher than the wage increases. The typical American household income is going down in real terms.” Recovery?

As we noted previously, the greatest irony of the entire “record income inequality” debate…

One can read 696 page neo-Marxist tomes “explaining” inequality in a way only an economist could – by ignoring the untold destruction economists themselves have unleashed on society with their “scientific theories” (and providing a “solution” to the inequality problem which we warned readers was coming back in September of 2011) or one can read the following 139 words by Elliott’s Paul Singer which in two short paragraphs explains everything one needs to know about America’s record class inequality, including precisely who is the man responsible:

Inequality in the U.S. today is near its historical highs, largely because the Federal Reserve’s policies have succeeded in achieving their aim: namely, higher asset prices (especially the prices of stocks, bonds and high-end real estate), which are generally owned by taxpayers in the upper-income brackets. The Fed is doing all the work, because the President’s policies are growth-suppressive. In the absence of the Fed’s moneyprinting and ZIRP, the economy would either be softer or actually in a new recession. 

The greatest irony is that the President is railing against inequality as one of the most important problems of the day, despite the fact that his policies are squeezing the middle class and causing the Fed – with the President’s encouragement – to engage in the radical monetary policy, which is exacerbating inequality. This simple truth cannot be repeated often enough.

Q.E.D.


Quantitative easing =  printing money = creating money out of thin air = increasing the money supply = inflation = hidden tax on monetary assets = theft!

“When a country embarks on deficit financing (Obamanomics) and inflationism (Quantitative easing) you wipe out the middle class and wealth is transferred from the middle class and the poor to the rich.”
– Ron Paul

“Deficits mean future tax increases, pure and simple. Deficit spending should be viewed as a tax on future generations, and politicians who create deficits should be exposed as tax hikers.”
– Ron Paul

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