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lol he didnt look happy

Indeed it was as if he was about to take a tasty bite out of something only to have a cockroach crawl out.

But not surprising, debt free money is like kryptonite to banksters.

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why is this guy still in his job?

I doubt if you could have running a protection racket as a job decription.

The only valid reason for having a separate central bank is the distance it keeps politicians from the printing press - which is completely invalidated when they become profligate (unelected) printers themselves.

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Indeed it was as if he was about to take a tasty bite out of something only to have a cockroach crawl out.

But not surprising, debt free money is like kryptonite to banksters.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Bernanke

Bernanke taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business from 1979 until 1985, was a visiting professor at New York University and went on to become a tenured professor at Princeton University in the Department of Economics. He chaired that department from 1996 until September 2002, when he went on public service leave. He resigned his position at Princeton July 1, 2005.

Bernanke served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System from 2002 to 2005. In one of his first speeches as a Governor, entitled "Deflation: Making Sure It Doesn't Happen Here," he outlined what has been referred to as the Bernanke Doctrine.[24]

Luckily he was only at tenured Prof at Princeton, not one of the Ivy League University's.

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Once congress twigs it still has the power to issue debt free money via an 'independent currency board' or something there will be trouble, plenty of rich people like lending their loot back to the government at interest.

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why is this guy still in his job?

Because if he wasn't like that he wouldn't even have the job in the first place. Think about it.

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Is it possible to have a currency without a slimy shit in control?

No, there's always one of them. They self-select and promote each other to top jobs. Remember Bernanke and Merv King shared an office at one point.

Plus, you can't trust someone with a beard like that! He's hiding something - his chin, or maybe the fact he hasn't got a chin... <_<

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No, there's always one of them. They self-select and promote each other to top jobs. Remember Bernanke and Merv King shared an office at one point.

Plus, you can't trust someone with a beard like that! He's hiding something - his chin, or maybe the fact he hasn't got a chin... <_<

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There's something about him, the commodity inflation induced by QE2 has overthrown more autocratic regimes than Bush II.

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Did anybody spot the way that Ben Bernake introduced a "rule of thumb" for the impact of his Quantitative Easing policy in his testimony? I was just reading a good article on this which looks at it and gives a critique. Applying it to the UK gives a fascinating answer too...

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Did anybody spot the way that Ben Bernake introduced a "rule of thumb" for the impact of his Quantitative Easing policy in his testimony? I was just reading a good article on this which looks at it and gives a critique. Applying it to the UK gives a fascinating answer too...

Any links for us?

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