Saturday, May 25, 2013

Head of the IMF Christine Lagarde in court charged with embezzlement and fraud

First, Dominique Strauss-Kahn was accused of rape.  Now, his replacement, Christine Lagarde is accused of embezzlement and fraud.

Here's the thing--whether they are guilty or not is irrelevant.  The truth of the matter is they are being targeted despite being heads of the central bank of central banks, because they are offering resistance on endless money printing.  Sure, all bankers want to print money endlessly, but they also have to voice the their concerns over what I call legalized counterfeiting because enough people are concerned.  However, speak too loudly, and their peers get nervous.

The financial system is broken and on the verge of collapse, so the rats are pointing fingers at other rats in the sinking ship.

As the IRS and other scandals are telling us, nobody is immune to investigation--even if they are allies of the President.  And it also goes to show you that the seemingly all-powerful central bankers are merely puppets in the big scheme of things.  The financial elite pulling their strings behind the scenes will toss them aside and assassinate their characters, if they don't perform their jobs of printing trillions more.

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