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04 February, 2010

Bernanke's Acceptance Speech

Lamenting mythical "fundamental obligations of transparency, responsiveness, and accountability" as "just some of the challenges" in his "acceptance speech",, Fed Chairman Ben (Goldfinger) Bernanke promised his co-conspirators that the Fed (Goldfinger) would "continue to work with the Congress to ensure maximum transparency of [Goldfinger], without compromising our ability to conduct policy."


Doesn't "continue" at least infer a "carrying-on" of something that has already occurred? (English teachers, I need some help here!)

Maximum transparency?

Let's see...Bernanke (Goldfinger) "doesn't know" where 550,000,000,000.00 went...AFTER he sent it to "foreign central banks"...(see my post of July 30, 09, "I'm Thinkin' I Found it")

The Fed's (Goldfinger's) "Inspector General" Elizabeth Coleman hasn't "looked at" who got a minimum of 2,200,000,000,000.00s (this referred to in the Goldfinger "press" as "2-point-2 trillion" - and ironically, they don't even "capitalize" it!). Some estimates of these "off-books bailouts" reach as high as 9,000,000,000,000.00 (

And a Fed (Goldfinger) "judge" denied a Freedom of Information Request put to the Federal Reserve saying he "did not want blood on his hands."

So much for David Reilly's (Bloomberg, er, Goldfinger) misrepresentation that the Fed (Goldfinger) is "subject to citizen intrusions such as freedom of information requests". (See my post of January 29).

Maximum transparency, indeed.

At least one commentator has suggested that "Ron Paul's Audit the Fed/End the Fed movement is having an impact on Bernanke."

I have no doubt that this is why Bernanke (Goldfinger) wants to "continue to work with the Congress to ensure maximum transparency...". Magic words, to pull off a magic trick (a great article on the science of magic can be found at

For some reason, I think "the Great Bernanke" (Goldfinger) is really focused on the "without compromising our ability" part.

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