Those Bankster Hacks: A Strange Story About Hacking The FED


Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
June 6, 2016

This very important story was shared by Ms. KM, and it’s so significant I simply have to blog about it, especially given the previous weeks’ stories about various banks being hacked. Only this one is far more serious:

“Anonymous” Hacks Federal Reserve; Grabs Stock Ownership files!

Now the title here says it all: the hacking group Anonymous has allegedly hacked not only the Federal Reserve, but stolen files indicating which corporations the US Fed has purchased:

The hacker group known as “Anonymous” has announced it successfully penetrated multiple systems within the federal reserve bank, and successfully downloaded two crucial files: One showing an account number and the stocks owned by that account number, the other showing an account number and the name of the owner of that account. Without having BOTH files, no one could ever tell who owned what.  Anonymous claims they stole BOTH files!

Anonymous says the federal reserve bank owns more than fifty percent of the stock in quite a few major US Corporations!  If the fed had not purchased these vast quantities of stocks (Think Dow Jones Industrials (DJIA) and the S&P 500) both markets would have crashed long ago!

Even worse, the group claims that the US federal reserve also purchased stocks in foreign companies and foreign banks in such vast quantities as to prop-up European and Asian markets!!!!

Now there’s an implication here that is also equally disturbing. Since the Federal Reserve is a privately owned stock corporation, the actual owners of its stock are also not well known, though it has been more or less an accepted theory in the alternative research community that the major banking families have been the major owners ot the Fed’s own stock since its founding, but there’s never been a real historical history of who owned how much, nor how these blocks of stock might have changed over time. The usual suspects are, of course, the Morgan interests, Rockefellers, Rothschilds, Warburgs, Schiffs, and so on. But what was true in 1913 may not be true now.

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Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.

5 Truths About the Economy the MSM Has Been Forced to Admit

The truth is a beach ball. You can spin it, distort it, ignore it, or push it under the water. But it has a way of popping back up.

Source: TheInternationalForecaster
James Corbett
April 5, 2016

The truth is a beach ball. You can spin it, distort it, try to knock it out of the way or shove it under the water but it will always pop back up. That’s why the talking heads of the MSM generally just try to ignore it. But it’s there. It persists. It makes itself known.

Today let’s look at five recent examples of how the MSM had to admit the truth about this phoney-baloney fantasyland economy.

1) The Fed caused 93% of the rise in stocks since Lehman

The extraordinary 7 year bull run in the Dow and S&P (complete with the best quarterly comeback since 1933) is a central bank created bubble that rests on no actual economic fundamentals.

Don’t feign shock. I know you already know this, if for no other reason than that I have talked about it over and over and over since the very beginning of the Lehman crisis.

In fact, as I noted in a previous article:

This point is not even controversial. It has been the universal consensus of institutions ranging from the Bank for International Settlements to the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum, and from OECD officials to former Fed Governors and even Alan “Bubbles” Greenspan himself.

In fact, analyst after analyst and pundit after pundit–including the most mainstream of mainstream publications–have been sounding the alarm on the stock market bubble for much of the past year.

Well, add one more admission to that list. And this time it’s quantified. Yahoo Finance just published an article admitting that fully 93% of the gains in the stock market during this bull run are directly attributable to the Fed’s interventions in the market.

Now to be fair, there is no modern era in which the markets have not been driven by hope and change of some sort or another. In fact, the economist behind this latest analysis–Brian Barnier of–has identified the main drivers of equity market growth going back to 1950, and none of those drivers is “increased productivity” or “growing economic activity.”

Still, that the Fed has driven more than 9/10ths of the recent stock growth is a phenomenal thing for the MSM to so blithely admit. They are the ones, after all, who generally tend to focus on the stock indexes as a bellweather of the economy. So it only stands to reason that if the stock bubble of the last decade has all been a central bank generated mirage, then the economic “recovery” itself is a mirage, right?

“But it’s not just equities!” the savvy reader will say. “What about the commodities rally?”

Funny you should mention that, actually, because the MSM also just admitted that…

2) The commodities rally is based on nothing and will soon collapse

Everyone knows that oil prices began plunging in 2014 and have only recently pulled out of the tailspin. But the oil rout was only one part of a greater commodity rout that has happened in lockstep with the global slowdown in trade in recent years. This great commodity plunge has taken its toll on everything from potash to copper to iron ore to mining stocks to banks to the economies of resource-exporting nations like Australia, Canada and Brazil.

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