Was 9/11 a conspiracy??

Was 9/11 a conspiracy??

Created by djhixx on Oct 13, 2007

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well, im not sure

Pegasus

Baltimore, MD

#279889 Sep 2, 2014
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
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As illiterate and unintelligible a couple of sentences as I have ever read .
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(except for your sidekick ponyboy)
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Did you really mean to say that ?
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I can only answer YES you did.
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Maybe you had too many glasses of sherry this morning ?
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Or you didn't take your meds last night ?
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Either way you sound like you're drooling down your chin .
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LOL
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Uh Huh Eh !
Says the moron who has a complex with women and can't get enough of being emasculated.

Roll out MUQ so he can get batted around some.

You have to be the biggest loser of the decade Zordick.......but you already knew that.

New puppets boy asap!!!!!

LMAO!!!!
onemale

Charleston, IL

#279890 Sep 2, 2014
9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out - Trailer - AE911Truth.org

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Pegasus

Baltimore, MD

#279891 Sep 2, 2014
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
From the year 2014, petrodollars are officially dead and the death sentence has been pronounced by Vladimir Putin, with enthusiastic agreement from China, India, Brazil, Iran and others.
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Reported by Reuters and other newswires, August 14, President Vladimir Putin said that Russia “should aim to sell its oil and gas for roubles globally because the dollar monopoly in energy trade is damaging Russia's economy”.
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Petrodollar recycling was always semi-secret and always exaggerated. Websites operated by the Federal Reserve Bank of NY however provide detailed data – but with no independent verification – on the claimed amounts it “recycled”. Relative to the Fed's QE since 2008 however, the sums are peanuts.
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http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article46896.ht...
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Uh Huh Eh !
You might want to try thinking on your own for once...but then if you did you wouldn't be in the predicament you're in.

I see you did not get over being busted the other day running a MUQ......but anyway Zordick I'm glad you finally conceded on the free fall crap.

You got your dick beat-in again.......oh but there's a shocker.

LOL........grow up twit.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#279893 Sep 2, 2014
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
It's obvious the bwunkers all refuse to answer whether they believe the 9/11 Commission when On page 305 of the 9/11 Commission Report,(585 pages) we are told, in the government's "complete and final report" of 9/11, that the South Tower "collapsed" in 10 seconds.
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Here is the exact quote: "At 9:58:59, the South Tower collapsed [sic] in ten seconds".(That's the government's official number. Videos confirm that it was deverticalized unnaturally, if not precisely that, quickly. See for yourself:
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http://www.911blimp.net/videos/TooFast1stColl...
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But as we've just determined, that's free-fall acceleration time. That's close to the free-fall acceleration time in a vacuum, and an exceptionally rapid free-fall acceleration time through air.
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sewerwater says the huge chunks went even faster .
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Who believes THAT !?!?!?!?
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But the "collapse" proceeded "through" the lower stories of the tower. Those undamaged floors below the impact zone would have offered resistance that is thousands of times greater than air.
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Recall that those lower stories had successfully supported the mass of the tower for 30 years.
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I know its embarrassing to be caught believing and repeating a lie told to you by your own govie bwunkers .
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You can't man up to the fact that 10 seconds like the 9/11 Commission says is impossible if free fall acceleration did not occur like they claim.
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You can lead a horse to drink but you can't make him water .
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Who cares what the bwunkers whine about .
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Do You ?
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http://www.911blimp.net/prf_FreeFallPhysics.s...
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Uh Huh Eh !
It's still irrelevant nonsense. There is plenty of tangible evidence proving the hijacked planes took down the buildings.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#279894 Sep 2, 2014
onemale wrote:
9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out - Trailer - AE911Truth.org
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =LrjcXOJIWw0XX&feature=sha re
Drivel is not the same as proof.

The hijacked planes took down the buildings.
Hello

Santa Cruz, CA

#279895 Sep 2, 2014
MUQ1 wrote:
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So much dust..... how could an "office fire" do that?
It is self evident that the fall was "assisted" by some thing which was external to the Jet Fuel and office fire.
Steel melting and falling out is a sort of "self proof".
How come these "deniers of truth" sleep at night?
What office fire is caused by a huge airliner carrying thousands of gallons of fuel?
Melted metals proves how hot the fire was.
Hello?
Hello

Santa Cruz, CA

#279896 Sep 2, 2014
onemale wrote:
9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out - Trailer - AE911Truth.org
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =LrjcXOJIWw0XX&feature=sha re
The only explosion is inside your head.

Hello?
Hello

Santa Cruz, CA

#279897 Sep 2, 2014
onemale wrote:
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“DECEPTION = MOST POWERFUL ”

Since: Jul 11

POLITICAL FORCE ON THE PLANET

#279898 Sep 2, 2014
Editorial By Richard Ebeling
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The Governments Lies, Damn Lies and Statistical Lies
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It is an old adage that there are lies, damn lies and then there are statistics. Nowhere is this truer than in the government's monthly Consumer Price Index (CPI) that tracks the prices for a selected "basket" of goods to determine changes in people's cost of living and, therefore, the degree of price inflation in the American economy.
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On August 19th, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released its Consumer Price Index report for the month of July 2014. The BLS said that prices in general for all urban consumers only rose one-tenth of one percent for the month. And overall, for the last twelve months the CPI has only gone up by 2 percent.
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A basket of goods that had cost, say,$100 to buy in June 2014 only cost you $100.10 in July of this year. And for the last twelve months as a whole, what cost you $100 to buy in August 2013, only increased in expense to $102 in July 2014.
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By this measure, price inflation seems rather tame. Janet Yellen and most of the other monetary central planners at the Federal Reserve seem to have concluded, therefore, that they have plenty of breathing space to continue their aggressive monetary expansion when looking at the CPI and related price indices as part of the guide in deciding upon their money and interest rate manipulation policies.
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- See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/35611/...
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Overall vs. "Core" Price Inflation
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The government's CPI statisticians distinguish between two numbers: the change in the overall CPI, which rose 2 percent for the last year, and "core" inflation, which is the rate of change in the CPI minus food and energy prices. Leaving these out, "core" price inflation went up even less over the last twelve months, by only 1.9 percent.
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The government statisticians make this distinction because they argue that food and energy prices are more "volatile" than many others. Fluctuating more frequently and to a greater degree than most other commonly purchased goods and services, they can create a distorted view, it is said, about the magnitude of price inflation during any period of time.
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The problem is that food and energy costs may seem like irritating extraneous "noise" to the government number crunchers. But to most of the rest of us what we have to pay to heat our homes and put gas in our cars, as well as buying groceries to feed our families, is far from being a bothersome distraction from the statistical problem of calculating price inflation's impact on our everyday lives.
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- See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/35611/...
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http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/35611/...
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Uh Huh Eh !

“DECEPTION = MOST POWERFUL ”

Since: Jul 11

POLITICAL FORCE ON THE PLANET

#279899 Sep 2, 2014
Constructing the Consumer Price Index
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How do the government statisticians construct the CPI? Month-by-month, the BLS tracks the purchases of 6,100 households across the country, which are taken to be "representative" of the approximately 320 million people living in the United States. The statisticians then construct a representative "basket" of goods reflecting the relative amounts of various consumer items these 6,100 households regularly purchase based on a survey of their buying patterns. They record changes in the prices of these goods in 24,000 retail outlets out of the estimated 3.6 million retail establishments across the whole country.
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And this is, then, taken to be a fair and reasonable estimate – to the decimal point!– about the cost of living and the rate of price inflation for all the people of the United States.
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Due to the costs of doing detailed consumer surveys and the desire to have an unchanging benchmark for comparison, this consumer basket of goods is only significantly revised about every ten years or so.
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This means that over the intervening time it is assumed that consumers continue to buy the same goods and in the same relative amounts, even though in the real world new goods come on the market, other older goods are no longer sold, the quality of many goods are improved over the years and changes in relative prices often result in people modifying their buying patterns.
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- See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/35611/...
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Uh Huh Eh !

“DECEPTION = MOST POWERFUL ”

Since: Jul 11

POLITICAL FORCE ON THE PLANET

#279900 Sep 2, 2014
The CPI vs. the Diversity of Real People's Choices
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The fact is there is no "average" American family. The individuals in each household (moms and dads, sons and daughters, and sometimes grandparents or aunts and uncles) all have their own unique tastes and preferences. This means that your household basket of goods is different in various ways from mine, and our respective baskets are different from everyone else's.
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Some of us are avid book readers, and others just relax in front of the television. There are those who spend money on regularly going to live sports events, others go out every weekend to the movies and dinner, while some save their money for an exotic vacation.
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A sizable minority of Americans still smoke, while others are devoted to health foods and herbal remedies. Some of us are lucky to be "fit-as-a-fiddle," while others unfortunately may have chronic illnesses. There are about 320 million people in the United States, and that's how diverse are our tastes, circumstances and buying patterns.
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- See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/35611/...
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Uh Huh Eh !

“DECEPTION = MOST POWERFUL ”

Since: Jul 11

POLITICAL FORCE ON THE PLANET

#279901 Sep 2, 2014
Looking Inside the Consumer Price Index
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This means that when there is price inflation those rising prices impact each of us in different ways. Let's look at a somewhat detailed breakdown of some of the different price categories hidden beneath the CPI aggregate of prices as a whole.
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In the twelve-month period ending in July 2014, food prices in general rose 2.5 percent, a seemingly modest amount. However, meat, poultry, fish and egg prices increased, together, by 7.6 percent. But when we break this aggregate down, we find that beef and veal prices increased by 10.4 percent and frankfurters went up 6.9 percent, but lamb rose by only by 1.7 percent. Chicken prices increased more moderately at 2.7 percent, but fresh fish and seafood were 8.8 percent higher than a year earlier.
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Milk was up 5.4 percent in price, but ice cream products decreased in price by minus 1.4 percent over the period. Fruits increased by 5.7 percent at the same time that fresh vegetable prices declined by minus 0.5 percent.
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Under the general energy commodity heading, prices went up by 1.2 percent, but propane increased by 7.3 percent in price over the twelve-month period, while electricity prices, on the other hand, increased by 4 percent.
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So why does the overall average of the Consumer Price Index seem so moderate at a measured 2 percent, given the higher prices of these individual categories of goods? Because furniture and bedding prices decreased by minus 3.1 percent, and major appliances declined in price over the period by minus 6.2. New televisions went down a significant minus 15 percent.
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In addition, men's apparel went down a minus 0.2 percent over the twelve months, but women's outerwear rose a dramatic 12.3 percent in the same time frame. And boys' and girls' footwear went up, on average, by 8.2 percent.
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Medical care services, in general, rose by 2.5 percent, but inpatient and outpatient hospital services increased, respectively, by 6.8 percent and 5.6 percent.
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- See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/35611/...
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Uh Huh Eh !

“9/11 Twoof = STUPID ”

Since: Jun 07

Manhattan, New York

#279902 Sep 2, 2014
That would be a purely political move by Putin, not an economic one, but even if they do it ( they won't) it won't really matter, because OPEC will always sell its oil in dollars so nobody really cares what Putin and his band of misfits do
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
From the year 2014, petrodollars are officially dead and the death sentence has been pronounced by Vladimir Putin, with enthusiastic agreement from China, India, Brazil, Iran and others.
.
Reported by Reuters and other newswires, August 14, President Vladimir Putin said that Russia “should aim to sell its oil and gas for roubles globally because the dollar monopoly in energy trade is damaging Russia's economy”.
.
Petrodollar recycling was always semi-secret and always exaggerated. Websites operated by the Federal Reserve Bank of NY however provide detailed data – but with no independent verification – on the claimed amounts it “recycled”. Relative to the Fed's QE since 2008 however, the sums are peanuts.
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http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article46896.ht...
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Uh Huh Eh !

“DECEPTION = MOST POWERFUL ”

Since: Jul 11

POLITICAL FORCE ON THE PLANET

#279903 Sep 2, 2014
Smoke and Mirrors of "Core" Inflation
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These subcategories of individual price changes highlight the smoke and mirrors of the government statisticians' distinction between overall and "core" inflation. We all occasionally enter the market and purchase a new stove or a new couch or a new bedroom set. And if the prices for these goods happen to be going down we may sense that our dollar is going further than in the past as we make these particular purchases.
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But buying goods like these is an infrequent event for virtually all of us. On the other hand, every one of us, each and every day, week or month are in the marketplace buying food for our family, filling our car with gas and paying the heating and electricity bill. The prices of these goods and other regularly purchased commodities and services, in the types and combinations that we as individuals and separate households choose to buy, are what we personally experience as a change in the cost of living and a rate of price inflation (or price deflation).
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The Consumer Price Index is an artificial statistical creation from an arithmetic adding, summing and averaging of thousands of individual prices, a statistical composite that only exists in the statisticians' calculations.
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- See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/35611/...
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Uh Huh Eh !

“9/11 Twoof = STUPID ”

Since: Jun 07

Manhattan, New York

#279904 Sep 2, 2014
And then there is YOU who spends all his time in a dark basement posting idiotic ideas on internet forums
Dr_Zorderz wrote:
The CPI vs. the Diversity of Real People's Choices
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The fact is there is no "average" American family. The individuals in each household (moms and dads, sons and daughters, and sometimes grandparents or aunts and uncles) all have their own unique tastes and preferences. This means that your household basket of goods is different in various ways from mine, and our respective baskets are different from everyone else's.
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Some of us are avid book readers, and others just relax in front of the television. There are those who spend money on regularly going to live sports events, others go out every weekend to the movies and dinner, while some save their money for an exotic vacation.
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A sizable minority of Americans still smoke, while others are devoted to health foods and herbal remedies. Some of us are lucky to be "fit-as-a-fiddle," while others unfortunately may have chronic illnesses. There are about 320 million people in the United States, and that's how diverse are our tastes, circumstances and buying patterns.
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- See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/35611/...
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Uh Huh Eh !

“DECEPTION = MOST POWERFUL ”

Since: Jul 11

POLITICAL FORCE ON THE PLANET

#279905 Sep 2, 2014
Individual Prices Influence Choices, Not the CPI
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It is the individual goods in the subcategories of goods that we the buying public actually confront and pay when we shop as individuals in the market place. It is these individual prices for the tens of thousands of actual goods and services we find and decide between when we enter the retail places of business in our daily lives. And these monetary expenses determine for each of us, as individuals and particular households, the discovered change in the cost of living and the degree of price inflation we each experience.
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The vegetarian male who is single without children, and never buys any types of meat, has a very different type of consumer basket of goods than the married male-female couple who have meat on the table every night and shop regularly for clothes and shoes for themselves and their growing kids.
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The individual or couple who have moved into a new home for which they have had to purchase a lot of new furniture and appliances will feel that their income has gone pretty far this past twelve months compared to the person who lives in a furnished apartment and has no need to buy a new chair or a dishwasher but eats beef or veal three times a week.
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If the government were to impose a significant increase in the price of gasoline in the name of "saving the planet" from carbon emissions, it will impact people very differently depending upon whether an individual is a traveling salesman or a truck driver who has to log hundreds or thousands of miles a year, compared to a New Yorker who takes the subway to work each day or walks to his place of business.
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It is the diversity of our individual consumer preferences, choices and decisions about which goods and services to buy now and over time under constantly changing market conditions that determines how each of us are influenced by changes in prices, and therefore how and by what degree price inflation or price deflation may affect each of us.
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- See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/35611/...
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Uh Huh Eh !

“DECEPTION = MOST POWERFUL ”

Since: Jul 11

POLITICAL FORCE ON THE PLANET

#279906 Sep 2, 2014
Monetary Expansion Distorts Prices in Different Ways
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An additional misunderstanding created by the obsessive focus on the Consumer Price Index is the deceptive impression that increases in the money supply due to central bank monetary expansion tend to bring about a uniform and near simultaneous rise in prices throughout the economy, encapsulated in that single monthly CPI number.
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In fact, prices do not all tend to rise at the same time and by the same degree during a period of monetary expansion. Governments and their central banks do not randomly drop newly created money from helicopters, more or less proportionally increasing the amount of spending power in every citizen's pockets at the same time.
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Newly created money is "injected" into the economy at some one or few particular points reflecting into whose hands that new money goes first. In the past, governments might simply print up more banknotes to cover their wartime expenditures, and use the money to buy armaments, purchase other military supplies, and pay the salaries of their soldiers.
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The new money would pass into the hands of those selling those armaments or military supplies or offering their services as warriors. These people would spend the new money on the particular goods and services they found desirable or profitable to buy, raising the demands and prices for a second group of prices in the economy. The money would now pass to another group of hands, people who in turn would now spend it on the market goods they wanted to demand.
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Step-by-step, first some demands and some prices, and then other demands and prices, and then still other demands and prices would be pushed up in a particular time-sequence reflecting who got the money next and spent in on specific goods, until finally more or less all prices of goods in the economy would be impacted and increased, but in a very uneven way over time.
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But all of these real and influencing changes on the patterns of market demands and relative prices during the inflationary process are hidden from clear and obvious view when the government focuses the attention of the citizenry and its own policy-makers on the superficial and simplistic Consumer Price Index.
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- See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/35611/...
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Uh Huh Eh

“DECEPTION = MOST POWERFUL ”

Since: Jul 11

POLITICAL FORCE ON THE PLANET

#279907 Sep 2, 2014
Money Creation and the Boom-Bust Cycle
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Today, of course, virtually all governments and central banks inject new money into the economy through the banking system, making more loanable funds available to financial institutions to increase their lending ability to interested borrowers.
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The new money first passes into the economy in the form of investment and other loans, with the affect of distorting the demands and prices for resources and labor used in capital projects that might not have been undertaken if not for the false investment signals the monetary expansion generates in the banking and financial sectors of the economy. This process sets in motion the process that eventually leads to the bust that follows the inflationary bubbles.
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Thus, the real distortions and imbalances that are the truly destabilizing effects from central banking inflationary monetary policies are hidden from the public's view and understanding by heralding every month the conceptually shallow and mostly superficial Consumer Price Index.
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- See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/editorials/35611/...
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Uh Huh Eh !
jennifer usey

Stone Mountain, GA

#279908 Sep 2, 2014
To John holliday, it is all about money, u cannot believe that money do not rule the world. Listien to this john H. Why is that ppl ignore the illuminatii.will some explain this . All the celebrity do. Micheal jackson call out for from these ppl , he was ignore. So scrary...

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#279909 Sep 2, 2014
jennifer usey wrote:
To John holliday, it is all about money, u cannot believe that money do not rule the world. Listien to this john H. Why is that ppl ignore the illuminatii.will some explain this . All the celebrity do. Micheal jackson call out for from these ppl , he was ignore. So scrary...
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