David Blaine was astounded and perplexed by what he was witnessing. The world’s most famous street magician has entertained many with his sleight-of-hand changing of a $1 bill into $100 yet his smarts were failing him now. He couldn’t figure out how Ben Bernanke, chairman of the US Federal Reserve System, was repeatedly multiplying $1. First into $8. Then that into $80. How much more would it grow?
Worse than losing count was that David could still only see $1. Bernanke would EFT it to a Bank’s account where it would suddenly appear as so much more. “I give up,” exasperated David. “Tell me how you’re doing the best trick I’ve ever seen?”
Bernanke smiled and said, “I won’t share my secrets but I will give you an important clue – it isn’t magic.”
Not magic at all but rather a world monetary system based on illusions whose values are determined by interest rates and bull/bear markets that are influenced or controlled by banks who are not a safeguard for the public’s interest but rather self-profiteers.
The solution to the world’s financial woes is to back money with physical resources or introduce an interest free, credit/debit system. Whichever way, the power of the banks needs transference to an educated public.
Here are the “magic hands” of Ben Bernanke: