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"Those planes being flown into Buildings" back in 2001 generated quite a bit of profit for our government and market losses for the general population. Massive amounts of money shifted out of circulation from the public's hands into and under the control of government.     

With this in mind, the purpose of the Federal Reserve as the brainchild of our government is to maintain the value of the dollar. A piece of paper backed up by no physical commodity of value and thus unlimited distribution thereof can continue as long as the Federal Reserve orchestrates policy to maintain its value.

The Federal Reserve as a private service agency for the United States Government, it is not the controlling party.  Government is the controlling party because Government now owns most of the value by contract, claim, or investment.  The dollar is but a barter tool for exchange as most currencies are. Government by investment diversified internationally into many currencies.         

As you read the rest of this article, you will begin to understand the actions of government investments. Through liquidating the population's liquid cash or investments through market manipulations, taxation, and bank usury fees, the dollar's value maintains in this fashion as government has "taken over it all by investment."

In so many words; Government through this process now owns the cookie jar, and when you own the cookie jar, you determine the price of the cookies. On the other hand, the public's resources deplete consistently, removing productive capital from the public's hands as government's investment (ownership) balance sheets go ever higher making government the undisputed financial Goliath and dictator by capital manipulation on the planet.         

Our economic system of a fiat dollar which gives the ability for unlimited expansion and thus unlimited abuse, combined with government's ability to take over every market place by investment, has given government absolute power and whereby it also gives a new meaning to the word communism with a capitalist's twist.         

The Federal Reserve is the lap dog to our government; it is not the other way around. What value allocations are thrown out to the public and what value the public maintains is a very masterfully orchestrated balancing act pulled off by our government and they do so through government capturing the complete value and then government maintaining the majority of ownership with small releases of dollars to pacify and maintain control over the public. The bottom line is; In the public's mind, as we were taught when younger, this was not the way it was supposed to be.

Most of us know, as the saying goes; "Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely", and so here we are; is it time for a change? We will see….

Government investment funds had their largest International and domestic market short positions on just before 911. After the event, government's physical positions took a loss but their "short" derivative positions made a killing (In more ways than one). 

So that you do not follow the promoted media hype, look at reality. The following link is to look at the holdings from just one government investment fund, the NY State Government Retirement Fund CAFR . They did not miss a heart-beat. Now the private sector took a beating in 2001-3 as the government investment funds made a substantial profit.  

What are the top moneymakers for government's investment funds?              

ANSWER: Oil, Pharmaceuticals, Banking, War industry groups, 300%, 400% to 600% profits.       
Just in case someone says: "Oh, but that is just one government investment account out of thousands and is not representative of government investments," to save time, here is the page where you cans see many of the Annual Financial Reports (the CAFR) (over 84,000) produced each year. And yes, they did not miss a heart-beat also. Look and learn!

         
NOTE: After the stock market rebounded in 2002-3, my, were the government investment fund balances sitting in the black! (Not so, for the public though, they were licking their wounds on the curbside)         

The volatility created by 911 added about five trillion dollars to the overall government [local and federal] investment portfolios. Get a clue, do a little research, and LEARN THE MOTIVE as seen in the end result balance sheets. This gives a new definition to "a conflict of interest" when it comes down to policy decisions made for the benefit of the public. Yep, I forgot, in light of Government's bottom line that really doesn't matter any more..

Was the orchestrated void in your comprehension filled in? I hope so.

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