Dette : quand Michel Rocard dévoile le pot aux roses…LOI DE 1973

Fin décembre, au micro d’Europe 1, dans l’émission « Médiapolis », Michel Rocard fut l’auteur de déclarations on ne peut plus intéressantes qui, malheureusement, ne furent pas l’objet de reprises dans les autres médias.

Égalité et Réconciliation, par Ronan

Le propos de Michel Rocard est le suivant : la réforme de la Banque de France de 1973 a interdit que celle-ci prête à l’État à taux zéro. L’État est donc allé emprunter avec intérêt sur les marchés privés. Si nous en étions restés au système précédant, qui permettait, répétons-le, à la Banque de France de prêter à l’État à taux zéro, notre dette serait de 16 ou 17 % du PIB, soit bénigne.

Les deux journalistes chargés de l’interviewer ne réagirent pas, comme si Rocard avait dit là une banalité. Pourtant, il venait de leur dire que tous les fameux « sacrifices », prétendument inéluctables, auxquels le peuple français devait consentir, ou encore la rigueur imposée par le Traité sur la stabilité, la coordination et la gouvernance (TSCG), n’étaient pas une fatalité mais la résultante d’un choix de politique de dette. Et d’ajouter que, contrairement à ce qui est véhiculé depuis des années dans les grands médias, la France n’avait pas vécu « au-dessus de ses moyens » mais qu’elle avait dû débourser, au titre d’un simple jeu d’écriture, alors qu’aucune nécessité économique ne l’exigeait, des centaines de milliards d’euros constants au profit des marchés financiers.

La suite sur bvoltaire.fr

The Real Face of Bernanke and the Federal Reserve

Infowars.com

Here is how the establishment media portrays the bankster minion Ben “Helicopter” Bernanke:

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They expect us to believe he is a “hero” who saved the global economy when the exact opposite is the case. Bernanke and the Federal Reserve rigged an already rigged system of fiat paper money manipulated by the bankers. The monetary policies of the Fed created the economic environment that led to the slow motion Greatest Depression now underway.

Check out this primer on how the fixed monetary game is really played.
Here’s a true representation of the Federal Reserve. It will never be published by The Atlantic or any other establishment publication:

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During president Andrew Jackson’s effort to free the country from the grip of the bankers, newspapers routinely published political cartoons similar the one above:

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Regime Change Express surges towards Budapest

By Daniel McAdams at Land Destroyer

Poor Tamas Fellegi. Hungary’s envoy to the International Monetary Fund had to spend last week enduring endless lectures on democracy and fiscal responsibility from the unelected head of an international financial organization that is largely funded with money stolen from the US taxpayer.

And poor Viktor Orban. Just over twenty years ago the young Hungarian had the temerity to stand up at the reburial of the hero of the 1956 uprising to demand that Soviet troops leave and that the communist regime agree to hold free and democratic elections. The communists didn’t like him very much. Orban and many other anti-communists of that era were fighting unelected Moscow-based occupiers who stole his country’s sovereignty and ruined its economy for ideological reasons. Now, as Hungary’s prime minister, he is fighting against an unelected Brussels and Washington-based force that seeks to steal (what’s left of) his country’s sovereignty and ruin its economy for ideological reasons.

The Europeans — and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton — are bearing down on the Hungarian government, attacking its “authoritarian tendencies” and demanding that Orban restore democracy. Charles Gati, a State Department official in the administration of Clinton’s husband, has gone even further, opining in the pro-opposition news weekly 160 Ora that, “there are opportunities indeed to remove this (Orbán) government — if possible in a democratic way, if not then in some other way.”

Gati, who has been joined at the hip to the renamed Hungarian communist party and its governing allies from even before the regime change in 1989, now threatens a violent overthrow of the democratically-elected Hungarian government — in the name of promoting democracy! (And if you wonder whether he is serious, click on the above link and you can see that he is pictured in front of the “Regime Change Factory” flag of the CIA-affiliated Freedom House).

(Incidentally, Gati’s tireless efforts on behalf of the former communists in Hungary were richly rewarded in 2009, when his friends in the Hungarian government awarded him the Commander’s Cross with the Star of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary. Hmmm… a star?)

So what is the problem with Orban? Well the “problem” for Orban and his center-right political party Fidesz is actually not a lack of democracy, but rather too much democracy! His party was elected with an unprecedented two-thirds majority in 2010 by an electorate brought to its knees by the financial mismanagement and corruption of the long-ruling renamed communists, now called the Hungarian Socialist Party, and its junior coalition partner, the Alliance of Free Democrats, which was literally obliterated in the last election.

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