David Walker, the Comptroller General of the United States proclaims that our current standard of living is unsustainable unless drastic action is taken. He warns that funding shortfalls for the Medicare program is five times worse than Social Security, and it will take $8 TRILLION to pay for what is promised today to beneficiaries, of which we have ZERO!
This unrealistic “promise” is fiscally irresponsible and is mortgaging the futures of our children and grandchildren.
Watch as the federal government’s dirty little secret is revealed!
The the United States Top Accountant, the person who monitors and US Budget and Spending. And he is the one raising the alarm bells!
Even CNN, seems to be reporting part of the truth for a change – American has got nada – no mo money – bankrupt – in debt! Why does it take so much effort to wake up Americans from their slumber? Zombies would have an easier time understanding the facts.
Learn who REALLY controls the U.S.Dollar and how these people are destroying America by design. The Federal Reserve Bank is neither Federal nor a Reserve nor a real Bank. Owned by a corrupt group of International Bankers, it is a privately owned monopoly, largely responsible for creating America’s National Debt. It is also a parasitic and unnecessary entity that literally creates American currency out of nothing and then collects interest on the backs of taxpayers for doing so.
Ever wondered why we keep trying to guess “Fed Speak”? Why are politicians elected to represent the people guessing and begging a private banker if he will or will not raise interest rates?
Some believe the Federal Reserve System is shrouded in what its critics call excessive secrecy. Meetings of some components of the Fed are held behind closed doors, and the transcripts are released with a lag of five years. Even expert policy analysts are unsure about the logic behind Fed decisions. Critics argue that such opacity leads to greater market volatility, because the markets must guess, often with only limited information, about how the Fed is likely to change policy in the future. The jargon-laden fence-sitting opaque style of Fed communication, especially under the previous Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, has often been called “Fed speak.”