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    Yesterday, 04:08 PM
    Ron Paul returns to discuss the biggest political issues of March 2019! Dr. Paul tackles subjects ranging from Venezuela and Bernie Sanders, to Tulsi Gabbard and RussiaGate. He also gives his thoughts on Noam Chomsky and libertarian socialism. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpImxzfjLso
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    Yesterday, 04:00 PM
    Ron Paul returns to discuss the biggest political issues of March 2019! Dr. Paul tackles subjects ranging from Venezuela and Bernie Sanders, to Tulsi Gabbard and RussiaGate. He also gives his thoughts on Noam Chomsky and libertarian socialism. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpImxzfjLso
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    03-19-2019, 07:42 PM
    No different than draining the essence from a podling
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    03-18-2019, 09:52 PM
    lol Still doesn't have anything to do with what I posted. The Fed’s only “collateral” was a corresponding amount of foreign currency, which never left the Fed’s books (even to be deposited to earn interest), plus a promise to repay. But the Fed agreed to give back the foreign currency at the original exchange rate, even if the foreign currency appreciated in value during the period of the swap. These currency swaps and the “broad-based emergency program” loans, together, totaled more than $26 trillion.
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    03-18-2019, 09:42 PM
    UBS was and yes a bank run in Chicago by the Russians is a foreign bank.
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    03-18-2019, 09:37 PM
    What does this have to do with anything I posted except to prove what I said in that foreign banks got bailed out? Page 129 - In October 2008, the Fed gave $60,000,000,000 to the Swiss National Bank with the specific understanding that the money would be used to bail out UBS, a Swiss bank. Not an American bank. A Swiss bank.
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    03-18-2019, 09:22 PM
    And? So? lol How does that change anything and why are you insisting foreign banks didn't get bailed out?
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    03-18-2019, 04:06 PM
    "Page 131 – The total lending for the Fed’s “broad-based emergency programs” was $16,115,000,000,000. The four largest recipients, Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch and Bank of America, received more than a trillion dollars each. The 5th largest recipient was Barclays PLC. The 8th was the Royal Bank of Scotland Group, PLC. The 9th was Deutsche Bank AG. The 10th was UBS AG. These four institutions each got between a quarter of a trillion and a trillion dollars. None of them is an American bank. Pages 133 & 137 – Some of these “broad-based emergency program” loans were long-term, and some were short-term. But the “term-adjusted borrowing” was equivalent to a total of $1,139,000,000,000 more than one year. That’s more than $1 trillion out the door. Lending for these programs in fact peaked at more than $1 trillion. Pages 135 & 196 – Sixty percent of the $738 billion “Commercial Paper Funding Facility” went to the subsidiaries of foreign banks. 36% of the $71 billion Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility also went to subsidiaries of foreign banks. Page 205 – Separate and apart from these “broad-based emergency program” loans were another $10,057,000,000,000 in “currency swaps.” In the “currency swaps,” the Fed handed dollars to foreign central banks, no strings attached, to fund bailouts in other countries. The Fed’s only “collateral” was a corresponding amount of foreign currency, which never left the Fed’s books (even to be deposited to earn interest), plus a promise to repay. But the Fed agreed to give back the foreign currency at the original exchange rate, even if the foreign currency appreciated in value during the period of the swap. These currency swaps and the “broad-based emergency program” loans, together, totaled more than $26 trillion."
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    03-18-2019, 06:22 AM
    Bailing out banks to the tune of 16 trillion didn't work. That includes foreign banks that somehow qualified for Americans money. Ten years since the crash and welfare is still sky high and that's a decent job? Yellin admitted to not seeing the crash coming. Maybe she isn't dumb. Maybe she knows no matter what she says, she'll still get hand picked.
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    03-11-2019, 04:31 AM
    What about Lions? Alpha lion eats until it's full. The pack will hunt for more food and the weak will die off. Maybe those dogs need to work for their food, like the lions do, instead of living off the benevolent hand of DamianTV?
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    03-05-2019, 04:17 PM
    But it was just for smoke screen purposes.
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    02-23-2019, 10:38 AM
    person 1: I haven't seen you in ages what have you been doing? person 2: Well I graduated from college, worked 30 years at my job and recently retired. My kids have all finished college and are working full time. I have grand kids now. We're so proud of them. btw What have you been doing? person 1: I've spent the last 38 years of my life looking for a bee. I wish it would have stung someone in the eye and died. It's a f'n bee.
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