Posts Tagged ‘Council on Foreign Relations’

Let’s Play the Loop Game Again, Shall We?

September 3, 2012

Join the political “Loop Liberation Movement”!

By: Gary Hardee
July 24, 2012

It is an irrefutable fact that Jimmy Carter filled his administration with members of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission (CFR/TC).  It is they who are responsible for the failings of administrations in which they dominated.  Not understanding this group’s immense influence within administration after administration keeps you right where they want you; ignorant, programmed and obedient.

These organizations and their affiliated front groups are overwhelmingly internationalist in their mindset. They view our US Constitution as the greatest hurdle toward global governance, which they openly tout!

They are decidedly opposed to any of the aims of Presidential candidate Ron Paul. This is the entire reason the Establishment Insiders and their member/surrogates in the media beat him up, black him out and otherwise bash his ideas and proposals even while he, and almost he alone, has been accurate in his future predictions of 9/11 and the bursting of the housing bubble, among others, years ahead of their happening.  Do any Ron Paul detractors, who claim to be “conservatives”, disagree with my assessment of Jimmy Carter and his administration?

However, just as Jimmy complained about the “insiders” while campaigning: “The insiders have had their chance and have not delivered. We need new faces and new ideas.”, so too did Reagan! Wasn’t the outcome of electing Jimmy Carter just more of the same or worse? More CFR/TC members, more domestic regulations, more international sellout, giving away our Panama Canal, communists allowed to ravage central America and I could go on and on. With their members holding the highest positions within Carter’s Cabinet and throughout his administration, should we not hold them accountable or to blame for the outcomes? Did the “insiders” become outsiders or was it all a lie to deceive a gullible public?

Reagan, prior to the New Hampshire primary, condemned the TC by name and took New Hampshire by storm, 50% to Bush’s 23%. George H. W. Bush, was required to resign his CFR Directorship while running against Reagan or while “in public service”.  Bush was the Director of the CFR from 1977-1979 when he resigned.
See:  http://www.cfr.org/about/history/cfr/appendix.html

As just one example of his super-internationalist views; the following is taken from this page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_world_order_(politics)
“A pivotal point came with Bush’s September 11, 1990 “Toward a New World Order” speech to a joint session of Congress. This time it was Bush, not Gorbachev, whose idealism was compared to Woodrow Wilson, and to Franklin D. Roosevelt at the creation of the UN.” Please note the date! 9/11/1990! Oddly, 11 years to the day prior to the 9/11/2001 WTC attacks. Now, that could be a coincidence I’ll admit, but it is very strange.

You see, many still yet do not understand or acknowledge who we are fighting against. You are the victim of what in the computing world is called a “repeating loop”, normally requiring “debugging” or correcting.  Every command line inside the loop is performed until it reaches a command to return to the first line and repeats itself over and over.  The interesting thing is that the output of the loop is different each time but only within a range of acceptable values set by the programmers within that loop. Just before the loop repeats, the names of the known “X”s and “Y”s are changed to “A”s and “B”s but the formulas and their outputs are the same.  Many being none-the-wiser are all too content to think that this loop is a wonderful example of our democratic two-party system in action. If so, you have become a captive of the loop!

Activists and supporters of the “liberty movement” are largely familiar with the “loop game” and are attempting to expose and change the command lines of the loop and break the loop all-together in time.  I have dubbed this effort the “Loop Liberation Movement”(LLM).

Education is the only thing that will expose the “loop game” and how the masses are trapped in it. To understand the current command lines and how the loop game is played, you must watch this video. When you have carefully watched it, please return with your comments. But until then, I must hold onto my hope that humans can still muster the character and willingness to learn things that they currently do not know or that they insist on denying at their own peril.

For this presentation in written form, click here: The Insiders!

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Are You Considering Newt Gingrich? Consider This!

April 22, 2012

Some facts you should seriously consider before you decide with whom you will side!

(original credit)
by Bill Evelyn on Thursday, June 16, 2011

Newt Gingrich served in Congress from 1979 to 1999 and served as Speaker of the House from 1995 – 1999. Newt is credited with welfare reform and the Contract with America. Newt led the charge to impeach Bill Clinton. Newt voted for H.Res. 611 Impeach Resolution Amendments for the impeachment of Bill Clinton. Newt also voted against the Brady Hand Gun Bill.

This paper focuses on Newt’s participation in the Housing market collapse and subsequent financial morass our nation finds itself.

Newt Gingrich entered the US Congress in January of 1979 from the 6th District of Georgia. Gold was $200 per ounce; gold in January 1999 leaving office was $287.00 per ounce. Yet, this does not tell the entire story. Today, gold is $1,650 per ounce as a result of massive Federal reserve issuing of dollars causing the value of the dollar to collapse against the value of gold.

For example, with a salary of $18,000 dollars a family could buy 90 oz. of gold in 1979. Today with a salary of $18,000 you can only purchase 10 oz. of gold (1/21/12). This inflation has destroyed our retirement savings and ruined our ability to be independent, because many families are being forced into poverty with the subsequent housing collapse. This short analysis illustrates Newt Gingrich’s complicity in the failed policy of the past 20 years.

Questions that I feel Newt needs to answer:
Do you believe; “Fannie Mae is an excellent example of a government institution fulfilling its mandate while functioning in the market economy?”
Do you believe the Federal Reserve has maintained its charter to stabilize the value of the dollar?
Do you believe Fannie Mae is constitutional?
Would you vote YES now for the Fair Housing Act?
Would you vote YES now for H.R. 3768 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Act (FDICA) Did you know the Christopher Dodd (D-CT) Amendment was included in FDICA?
Would you vote YES now for H.R. 5334 Housing & Community Development Act 1993?
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1988 – Roll Call #697, June 29, 1988 – H.R. 1158 Fair Housing Act- Newt Gingrich YES for this law.
1. Modifies the definition of a discriminatory housing practice to include acts of interfering, coercing, threatening or intimidating a person in the exercise or enjoyment of his/her rights as protected by Sections 804, 805 and 806 of this act.
2. Provides HUD with the ability to initiate complaints. In essence, HUD can now set up stings to find evidence that mortgage lenders and banks are discriminating against blacks and Hispanics. Prior to this law a complaint must have been filed by that person believing they were being discriminated against.
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1991 – Roll Call #416, November 21, 1991 6:04 PM – H.R. 3768 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act (FDICIA)- Newt Gingrich voted YES for this law.
The House passed this bill with a little known amendment inserted by Christopher Dodd (D-CT). The amendment expanded the federal safety net increasing the likelihood of taxpayer bailouts. Walker F. Todd an assistant general counsel and research officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland uncovered the obscure amendment. Prior to this law only commercial banks, members of the Federal Reserve System, could access emergency funds from the central bank. The amendment to FDICA increased the availability of Fed assistance to included investment banks and insurance companies. Dodd’s constituents include most of the nation’s large insurance companies. “Moral hazard” – Access to emergency capital made bank managers less likely to exercise caution.
Thus in 2008 (TARP) the Fed rescued AIG and banks all over the world at the detriment of United States taxpayers. When Walker F. Todd tried to raise awareness Congress wanted no discussion of the expanding safety net and its costly implication for taxpayers. The Fed is printing money, inflating the dollar, and destroying the savings of American citizens.
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1992 – Roll Call #366, August 5, 1992 2:53 PM – Housing and Community Develop Act (CRA) – Newt Gingrich voted YES for this law.
In 1992, President George H.W. Bush signed the Housing and Community Development Act of 1992. The Act amended the charter of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to reflect Congress’ view that the GSE’s “have an obligation to facilitate the financing of affordable housing for low-income and moderate-income families.” For the first time, the GSEs were required to meet “affordable housing goals” set annually by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and approved by Congress.
Establishes within the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, managed by a presidentially appointed Director, who shall ensure that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the enterprises) and their affiliates are adequately capitalized and operating safely. Authorizes the Director to require financial reports from the enterprises in addition to quarterly and annual reports required under specified Acts. Grants the Secretary of HUD, except for specified authority of the Director of the Office, general regulatory power over each enterprise. Requires the Secretary to require each enterprise to obtain the Secretary’s approval for any new program before implementing it. Amends the Department of Housing and Urban Development Act to prohibit the Secretary from merging or consolidating the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, or any of its functions or responsibilities, with any function or program the Secretary administers. Authorized Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA) to issue Collateralized Mortgage Obligations (CDO’s) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac issue and guarantee pass-through securities; Ginnie Mae only adds its guarantee to privately issued pass-through’s backed by government-insured (FHA and VA) mortgages. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have issued CMOs for some time; the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) began to issue CMOs in 1992; and Ginnie Mae initiated its own CMO program in 1994. The CRA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the relationship between Wall Street and the Federal government caused the financial meltdown in 2008. Bankers were forced to make loans to low income people that could not repay those mortgages. In order to cover that risk CDO’s were sold to unknowing investors, banks and insurance companies, and eventually this bubble burst causing the meltdown we are living with now.
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Fannie Mae was created in 1938 by FDR to bail-out banks with bad mortgages. Freddie Mac was created in the 1960’s to compete with Fannie Mae. All during the 1980’s Republican legislators tried to privatize fully Fannie and Freddie. In the late 1980’s Jim Johnson a politically connected Democrat was appointed Chairman of Fannie Mae. Jim Johnson has a very different perspective. He strong armed lawmakers to ensure Fannie was never fully privatized in order to maintain the ability for the federal government to bail-out Fannie. In doing so, interest rates on Fannie’s mortgage offerings could be set lower, because of the implied exception of taxpayer bail-out. No wonder Jim Johnson was a good friend of Angelo Mozzilo of Countrywide Mortgage.
Jim Johnson fought hard to ensure that Fannie remained tethered to the federal taxpayers. He was instrumental in getting FDICA passed into law and the Federal Housing Enterprises Financial Safety and Soundness Act 1992 Title 10 of H.R. 5334. It ensured HUD maintained its oversight and thus was tethered to the taxpayers. It also provided Fannie with a new mission – provide affordable housing to low income
Jim Johnson geared up to spend $1.0T to be spent on affordable housing between 1994 and 2000. This money would finance 10 million homes for low-income families. Fannie boasted that they would bring new flexibility to the loan underwriting process. Jim Johnson used Fannie Mae partnership offices nationwide. In doing it cemented its relationships with members of Congress in order to protect Fannie.
In Feb 1995 Johnson traveled to Atlanta to launch the new office focusing on creating new mortgage products for first-time homebuyers and low- and moderate-income consumers. There to celebrate the Fannie Mae commitment was none other than Newt Gingrich a supposed big proponent of reduced government size.
Gingrich said; “Fannie Mae is an excellent example of a former government institution fulfilling its mandate while functioning in the market economy.”
The problem with this statement; Fannie Mae is still being bailed-out by the taxpayers. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have received $317B in bail-outs and it’s not over. Jim Johnson massed a $21M fortune in salary and bonuses as Chairman of Fannie Mae. Your savings and purchasing power has fallen 650%.

http://www.amazon.com/Reckless-Endangerment-Outsized-Corruption-Armageddon/dp/0805091203/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1308231800&sr=8-1


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