Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Ben Bernanke Confronted; Pushes Mic Away

So much for unscripted openness and transparency.

15 comments:

  1. Good for Luke. WeAreChange.com is not taking prisoners. Too bad he's getting too high profile to get in these meetings.

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  2. In defense of Bernanke, the truth can be extremely annoying at times.

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  3. The truth hurts.

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  4. The Bilderburg question, though important, is a little annoying. Use numbers, Luke, to get a stinging indictment, and question the morality of their actions rather than trying to get elitists to cough up truths about their secret cabal. Membership in the cabal means agreeing to criminal conduct with each person sitting as a possible patsy for this or that crisis. Membership requires blackmail. Though moral questions are best, all replies from cretins like Albright to Cass Sunstein to Peter King, will produce lies or shocking truths.

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  5. The woman at 0:47 "How did you get in here?!?!" I guess the elite need to do something about the rabble. Lucky for them and purely coincidentally, the NDAA was passed so now they can deal with trouble makers and rabble rousers.

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  6. Awe man, he didn't try to rip the mic from his hands....oh well...good job of trying to get an interview at least.

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    1. A few seconds after Luke asks the question he tells The Bernank to let go of his microphone. He was trying to steal it, but he can just print another.

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  7. That the Fed has finally popped up on so the screen for so many has really got to chaff Bernanke's ass. No more operating in complete obscurity. Thank you, Ron Paul!

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  8. Arthur Krolman, CFANovember 21, 2012 at 6:15 PM

    I've got other questions: why was sad Ben sitting like a wallflower not being sociable? Where were the supplicants trying to butter him up? Did everyone in the room, including him, know that the power to debase massively isn't as awe-inspiring a party trick as it used to be...?

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  9. Is that Paul Volcker standing up behind Bernanke?

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    1. yes its Paul Volcker I confronted him too and he actually lead me to Bernanke the video should be out next week

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    2. yes its paul volcker he actually lead me to Bernanke as i was asking him questions the videos will be out next week

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  10. Pieces of trash who think they are better than the rest. Note you shit and piss the same way the rest of us do, standing or sitting.

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  11. If only people at the mall and sporting events will watch these videos of genuine journalism...then think...and then at least start reading something of substance: anything Ron Paul recommends is a great start.

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  12. Bernanke is a dipwad band-boy from rural Dillon, South Carolina. His Father was the town big pharma person. It is a good thing his Father did not depend on economic advice from his son. He would have been broke in short order.

    Tom

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