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The cause of inflation is and always will be dollar printing by the Fed. PERIOD. Russia Did Not Cause Inflation or High Energy Prices. The Bankster Federal Reserve and US Government DID..

Posted by freedomforall 3 months, 2 weeks ago to Politics
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"In 2020 alone, the Federal Reserve created $6 trillion of new money supply in the wake of foolish and unnecessary nationwide covid shutdowns. This in combination with the destabilization in markets caused by the response to the pandemic is leading to expanding inflationary pressures. THIS IS A FACT. It is not covid. It is not Russia. The cause of inflation is and always will be dollar printing by the Fed. PERIOD. Everything else is peripheral to the primary culprit.

Beyond the advantage of using Russia as a smokescreen to hide their culpability for destructive inflation, the establishment is also very interested in a carbon control agenda. These same elites have been calling for higher gas prices for years. Why? Because higher gas prices would force the public to accept the Green New Deal agenda as the only alternative. Carbon controls mean governments would be able to micro-manage every aspect of business, manufacturing, trade, even the way we function in our homes or the number of children we are allowed to have.

For those that actually believe in global warming nonsense posited by leftists and government paid researchers, I would remind them that even the NOAA admits that in the past century temperatures have risen a mere 1 Degree Celsius.That’s right, just one degree in over a hundred years. Gee, that’s terrifying. Where do I sign my life and freedoms away? I don’t want to have to deal with a more thorough tan.

Furthermore, there is no hard scientific proof whatsoever that this 1 degree increase was caused by carbon emissions. None. Zip. Zero. There are plenty of rigged experiments and rigged data that have been exposed in the past, but nothing concrete to show any correlation between carbon and rising temps. (I’ll give you a hint of what has the most influence on Earth’s temperatures – It’s the size of one million Earths, it’s on fire, and you can often see it hovering above us in the sky).

Carbon emissions policies serve no practical purpose but they do serve a nefarious purpose as a means to dictate the lives of the average citizen on a micro level.

It is perhaps not coincidental that puppets like Stephen Colbert and other leftists have suggested that $15 is a fair price for gasoline. Independent studies by groups like the Institute for Energy Research show that Green New Deal measures including carbon taxes would ultimately result in gas spiking to around $13 per gallon. Add in some market speculation and prices would probably plateau around $15. But hey, if prices are already hitting historic highs because of inflation and war, then why not go along with carbon restrictions as well? No one will be able to afford the cost of driving anywhere anyway. See how that works?

To summarize, the elites are happy about rising oil prices today because first, they now have a perfect scapegoat for the disasters inflation will reap; disasters they are responsible for. And second, they now have a backdoor way to introduce their carbon agenda, starting with forced public dependency on expensive and less efficient green technologies and slowly progressing towards total carbon restrictions.

Average leftists are happy about rising gas prices because they ignorantly believe that sanctions on Russian oil hurt Putin. They also ignorantly believe in global warming and they don’t realize how drastically our standard of living will be reduced in the name of carbon dictatorship. In other words, this isn’t a conspiracy to force people to buy electric cars; most people can’t afford a Tesla anyway. But it is a conspiracy to undermine our prosperity and our freedoms through inflationary crisis as well as green energy mandates. Leftists have no understanding of this. They are happy because they are"
brainwashed fools.
SOURCE URL: https://alt-market.us/why-are-leftists-and-elitists-so-happy-about-skyrocketing-gas-prices/


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    Posted by $ Dobrien 3 months, 2 weeks ago
    A is A. The cause of inflation is a fiat currency. When It costs $150 dollars to fill your tank and the fine for filling and fleeing is $80. Just saying.
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  • Posted by mhubb 3 months, 2 weeks ago
    adding more about the fraud of global warming

    questions for the followers of the human caused climate change religion

    how old are the glaciers said to be melting, millions of years??
    how old is the Earth??, 4.5 Billion years old

    so what was there before the "melting" glaciers?
    could there be cycles of glaciers forming and melting, long before human kind ever showed up??
    why is this cycle the work of Man and not nature??

    in the Sahara Desert are signs of people having lived in it, 4,000 to 5,000+ years ago
    cave painting show people and animals that can no longer live in the desert
    the climate changed, the desert formed, people moved to the Nile Valley and started the Egyptian civilization that created the Pyramids (along with other great structures
    again this happened BEFORE our tech civilization
    it is likely that over the past thousands of years the Sahara has gone from lush vegetation to desert over and over, the cycle repeating

    i won't mention the cycles of Ice Ages and melts, perhaps were are in between two Ice Ages now...
    likely so

    and on TV
    there is a show about bringing back animals from the last Ice Age
    the ground there is melting
    the fact is that those animals COULD NOT LIVE THERE if the land was ALWAYS frozen
    at some point that land was ice free, allowing animals to live and thrive there
    as it got colder, the animals changed and finally died off

    you followers of the Global Warming religion think history began only a few hundred years ago
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    • Posted by $ rainman0720 3 months, 1 week ago
      I would only offer one minor correction. You state "You followers of the Global Warming religion think history..."; I think you made a false assumption that they actually think.
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    • Posted by $ Dobrien 3 months, 1 week ago
      This then begs the Question how did so many mammoths flash freeze?
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      • Posted by $ blarman 3 months, 1 week ago
        At least one researcher speculates that there was a massive crack in the earth's crust which released an explosion of pressurized underground water along what many call the North Atlantic Ridge. That outgassing had a literally chilling effect on the entire planet, inducing 200 degree flash freezing and killing off a large portion of the population - both human and animal. Along with the outgassing of water there were also several chunks of crust which he hypothesizes include the known Martian satellites named Phobos and Deimos. On top of all of this, he speculates that the outgassing also generated a huge electrical surge which discharged at Mars and resulted in the huge "canyon" on its face.

        If interested in more of these theories (which are compared in detail to every other theory) from a guy with like seven doctorates, feel free to check out the book "In the Beginning" https://www.amazon.com/Beginning-Comp...
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        • Posted by lrshultis 3 months, 1 week ago
          So the Gulch is headed toward Creationism after recovering from the Electric Universe with everything due to plasma.
          Some say those are theories with things wrong in them. Einstein said that his theories of relativity would not stand, not be theories, if there was anything wrong such as predicting something contradicting reality.
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          • Posted by $ blarman 3 months, 1 week ago
            The book was written by an atheist who wanted to scientifically prove the story of the Flood was false. He's quite detailed in his findings and his conclusions. Before pre-judging the book by its cover, I'd suggest taking a look at what it has to offer. He goes into great detail not only on his ruminations but compares them to every other theory out there in a fairly even-handed approach (IMHO). There are three sections to the book: Geology, Biology, and Astronomy and he covers the various applicable theories in all three areas. His notes on the Grand Canyon are quite fascinating as are the layering of fossils due to liquefaction and the possible Terrestrial origins of comets - along with the orbital math which I have to say "escaped" me. ;) (Little astronomy pun there.)

            PS - this theory doesn't attempt to disprove the Electric Universe at all. It in fact supports at least one theory regarding the discovery of perfect metallic spheres found on the surface of Mars.
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            • Posted by lrshultis 3 months, 1 week ago
              I will get back to you after I read the whole 7th edition of which one of the libraries in my system has one copy.
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              • Posted by $ blarman 3 months ago
                Please do. I'd be interested in hearing a second opinion.
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                • Posted by lrshultis 3 months ago
                  I have been an atheist, i.e., having no belief in a god, for my whole 82 year life. I make a strict distinction between 'believing in' and 'believing that', the former being not open to question and the latter open to question and more scientific with regard to evidence. I ave no atheism other than whether there is any evidence for such a preexisting being or force causative in creating a universe from nothing or from itself, which begs a question as to its existence in the first case. Many theistic arguments against evolution, for instance, disregard the identities or attributes or properties of the elements and then of molecules formed from then having new properties, even those of perfectly natural molecules produced from regard to human thought. The artificial are still natural whether created by life or not. Whatever gets together interact depending upon their identities, creating new existents.
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  • Posted by mccannon01 3 months, 2 weeks ago
    Excellent article. "It is not covid. It is not Russia. The cause of inflation is and always will be dollar printing by the Fed. PERIOD. Everything else is peripheral to the primary culprit." BINGO.

    Regarding the global warming religion you only need to answer a few questions:

    1) When was the first viable thermometer invented? 1714, but decent thermometers weren't available on most of the planet until the 20th century.
    2) Without accurate measurements how can "scientists" declare planetary mean temperatures for thousands of years? They can't.
    3) When was the first planetary mean temperature actually measured within a degree? Not yet. Even satellite samples require some guess work. (see POOTAA - Pulled Out Of The Ass Assumption)
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    • Posted by $ Snezzy 3 months, 1 week ago
      As far as I have been able to tell, there is No Such Thing as global temperature. If you define it as an average of some number of monitoring stations, then you can change the figures by simply omitting or adding stations. Furthermore, if I am not mistaken, the number put forth as global temperature comes not so much from actual measurement, but instead from computer models.

      Long ago my grandmother cautioned me to watch out, when buying meat, that the butcher might have his thumb on the scale. "Two pounds of hamburger and one pound of thumb."
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      • Posted by mccannon01 3 months, 1 week ago
        Exactly. Not only that, but where the temperature monitors are mounted and what time of day the readings are made have an impact. A real life example is I have a digital temperature sensor on my east facing front porch hidden behind a decoration so the sensor never gets direct sunlight. However, the sun shining on the porch in the morning is still enough to skew the reading to the warm side every morning even in the dead of winter.
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  • Posted by FelixORiley 3 months, 1 week ago
    Does this include the allowance for "fractional banking"? Which allows only a small % of the outgoing loans to be backed by tangible assets?
    For example, a borrower borrows $100,000 for a new home. The money borrowed will be handed to the seller for "deed" per se. The $100,000 will only need to be backed by say, $10,000 tangible assets. The other allowance ($90,000) has now been created out of thin air and is only backed by the future production of the borrower. So the very exercise of "fractional banking" dilutes the money supply in relation to the overall tangible assets.
    It is not only the Fed, but our allowance for fractional banking that dilutes the value of our money (notes) supply.
    Refer to G.Edward Griffin's book: "The Creature from Jekyll Island". And yes, the "creature" is the Federal Reserve (Central bank)
    Sorry jdg: Just saw your comment.
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    • Posted by $ blarman 3 months, 1 week ago
      Fractional reserve banking will have some effect, but it is still the government which determines what is allowable as "currency." And the banks still have to loan out based on real deposits where the Federal Reserve creates "money" out of literally nothing.
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  • Posted by bsudell 3 months, 1 week ago
    The governments really outdid themselves this time -- They did it to the entire world. Your job is not essential; do not produce any produce or provide any service. What happens when there are no products and lots of demand? Outrageous prices! And we allowed it to happen. Why did we do that?
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  • Posted by $ jdg 3 months, 1 week ago
    Yes and no. Under fractional reserve banking, each dollar that someone deposits into the banking system causes the creation of multiple additional dollars, which exist only as bank entries. So in effect, the creation of new money neither involves printing more physical currency, nor requires a decision by the Fed board or anyone else. It's automatic.

    I am not denying the principle that expanding the money supply causes the problem. I am simply pointing out that under modern banking the money creation process has been decentralized, so that stopping it or even changing the speed of it requires substantial tinkering with the system.
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    • Posted by 3 months, 1 week ago
      As I understand it, doesn't the 'money creation' process require that a loan be extended in order to 'create' money?
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      • Posted by $ jdg 3 months, 1 week ago
        That's how the new money is usually distributed.

        More recently the Fed has also been using a more direct method -- buying assets directly in order to keep the stock market indexes high, or to prevent bond interest rates from rising. Both those distortions will persist as long as the Fed holds the assets.
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        • Posted by 3 months, 1 week ago
          Is that method restricted according to fractional reserve banking 'rules' or are they just creating 'money' and giving it to their corrupt pals and declaring it legal as they go?
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          • Posted by $ jdg 3 months, 1 week ago
            To my knowledge it is completely arbitrary on the part of the Fed's board. There used to be a regulation setting the fraction of deposits that member banks were required to hold as reserves (and one over that fraction determined the "money multiplier"), but since 2008 there has been no reserve requirement at all. So the balloon is going to go up, it's only a question of when.

            With the new Ukraine related sanctions, Russia and China have now formed a SWIFT alternative and India is on board as well. That means their substitute now covers more than half the global population. It's kind of silly to try to fence most of the world out of an economy. You wind up with the smaller half. Whoever is pulling Biden's strings has not thought through any of this mess.
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            • Posted by 3 months, 1 week ago
              I think the Deep State have determined already that their only way to stay in power is to defeat China and Russia.
              They have "thought it through" but have little choice that maintains power. They also realize that the People are the enemy, too.
              It's going to be a very rough ride for innocents.
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              • Posted by $ jdg 3 months, 1 week ago
                China has been providing the deep state with a lot of its support in western countries. At some point either that support, or China's support for Russia, must falter, because Putin had the guts to go to Davos and tell them to their faces that Russia will have no part of any Great Reset. I respect him for that, and think we should take his side of the war if any at all.
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