If there is any doubt in Americans minds who the federal government is working for hopefully this will clear things up. The federal government works for the federal government and Wall Street.
The Federal Reserve is there to feed the federal government and Wall Street cheap cash whenever needed, and it is needed a lot these days. With a unlimited supply of counterfeited cash Wall Street and Washington will ALWAYS win any economic battle. Simply stated when you own the bank and can print cash you can outbid the peasants for resources anytime you wish to do so. The game is rigged.
This parasitic system could not exist without the Federal Reserve creating money out of thin air. There are two reasons earlier Americans destroyed the first and second central banks of the United States, corruption and inflation. Today we are receiving the same treatment and like earlier Americans need to destroy the central bank, get back to 100% fractional reserve banking, sound money, gold, silver.
This third central bank will end up exactly like the first two did, corruption and inflation.
The following articles were posted in the Washington Post and Lew Rockwell.
Two Virginia counties take the top spots — Loudoun and Fairfax. And two Maryland counties close out the top 10 — Calvert and Charles.
When you own the bank creating money is a lot of fun. Stupid uneducated people have to work for money, but not bankers and politicians!
By Washington Post editors
Seven of the nation’s 10 richest counties are in the Washington region, according to a report from Newsweek.
The ranking is based on data from the 2009 Census.
Check out the complete list:
1. Loudoun County — Median income $114,204
2. Fairfax County — Median income $102,499
3. Howard County — Median income $101,940
4. Morris County, N.J. — Median income $96,787
5. Arlington County — Median income $96,218
6. Montgomery County — Median income $94,420
7. Nassau County, N.Y. — Median Income $92,776
8. Somerset County, N.J. — Median income $89,871
9. Calvert County — Median income $89,289
10. Charles County — Median income $89,115
By Washington Post editors | November 12, 2010; 11:25 AM ET
The Richest Zip Codes in the United States
by Robert Wenzel
Economic Policy Journal
Robert Wenzel of the Economic Policy Journal
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Of 29,000 zip codes examined by the Internal Revenue Service, only three had an average yearly income of one million dollars or more, based on recently released data from 2008. But the average income per year for all of the top ten richest zip codes exceeds $700,000, according to IRS data, reports HuffPo.
Three of the wealthiest five zip codes are located in New York City. Among its residents, Manhattan has 7,270 people worth $30 million or more.
1. Lower Manhattan 10274
2. 30 Rockefeller Plaza 10112
3. Fisher Island, FL 33109
4. 45 Rockefeller Plaza 10111
5. Oklahoma City, OK 73154
6. Downtown Chicago 60604
7. Atherton, CA 94027
8. Century City Los Angeles 90067
9. New Vernon, NJ 07976
10. Grand Central Station, NY 10168
The top zip code, 10272, begins only blocks from the New York Federal Reserve Bank. (Just coincidence, I’m sure.)
Number 2 and 4 zip codes, different parts of Rockefeller Center, are, of course, home to Rockefeller Family money management and where former Fed chairman Paul Volcker maintains an office. (More coincidence, I’m sure.)
Reprinted with permission from Economic Policy Journal.
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