9 TRILLION Dollars "Missing" from Federal Reserve, Fed. Inspector General "Can't Explain"
C'mon, now...you know how this goes:
If you can't explain where NINE TRILLION DOLLARS went, the American people are NOT on the hook for it.
Get on the horn and contact your representatives and let them know YOU will NOT be held responsible for someone else's shortcomings.
RESPONSIBILITY and ACCOUNTABILITY belong solely to the "Federal" Reserve.
The preceding posting was actualy a comment in response to Now A Word From Our Creditors by Larry Littlefield.
Let me bat something around. There was an act passed shortly after the events of September 11th, 2001. Right before that act was passed, there was an interesting rider added which absolved responsibility to foreign companies that may have aided and/or abetted the actions taken on that day.
I am an American. I was born and bred on these shores. My parents did what they could to afford me a good life, and I would certainly give them a thumbs-up for their love, affection and direction.
I have NO ALLEGIANCES to any foreign nations.
I believe that our representatives, when passing laws, should be concerned with the welfare of America FIRST, SECOND, AND LAST.
George Washington warned us about this. You may not have heard this in any history lessons back in school, but this was cogent advice indeed.
I see that some of our representatives are committing TREASON daily with some of the laws being passed, especially in the last decade or so.
I have researched the events of September 11th ever since I heard Howard Stern mention it that morning, as I went between jobs. At the time, I lived right across the Brooklyn Bridge.
"Bullets do not travel in circles."
Coroner Thomas Noguchi stated that. Concurrent to that train of thought, airplane impacts could not render a skyscraper as to dust.
I want you all to think long and hard about this.
Why would there be a need to assure foreign companies that they would be immune from possible lawsuits culminating from 9/11? It's troubling to me to see that no one, as of yet in any real capacity, has picked up on the logical fallacy of that rider to the act in question.
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