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Strange bedfellows: The Federal Reserve and The Daily Bell

February 10, 2011

Flag of the United States Federal Reserve BankOn February 6, 2011, The Daily Bell featured the interview, “Richard Maybury on the Collapse of the Anglo-American Empire and What It Means for You.

In it, I noticed an attempt to discredit interest-free United States Notes, which, as  I have previously documented, the privately owned Federal Reserve banking cartel lies about.

At first glance, it indeed seems like strange bedfellows for a privately owned central banking cartel and a self-described “free-market” site to both be discrediting a particular form of currency, which the Federal Reserve lies in claiming to “serve no function that is not already served by Federal Reserve notes.

However, once you “follow the money,” the picture becomes more clear.

Posted by FauxCapitalist on 2/7/2011 12:33:56 PM
Mr. Wile,

It says on your bio that you are a staunch advocate of free banking, yet I also see that you worked for ScotiaMcLeod, the investment division of one of Canada’s Big Five government-enforced oligopolistic banks. Their investment company, ScotiaMocatta, Canada’s largest precious metals bank, is Chair of the London Fix, which fixes the price of gold and silver every day.

Since you asked Richard Mayberry, “What do you think of the Brownian green backer movement? Is US Intel actively promoting it?”, my question for you is, is the Greenbacker movement being actively demoted by the very “large international banks” your own bio says you continue to consult for?

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