I recently bumped into a shocking website here.
So lets see, the federal reserve lent banks, including non-American banks $16,000,000,000,000.00? Why is this not news? Why did I find this on the panfully spurious beforeitsnews.com, rather than on the national news? (This story even fell off of beforeitsnews awfully fast — for $16 trillion.)
A couple of other interesting points:
1 – The link above is a .gov website (www.sanders.senate.gov) Its got the authority of a U.S. Senator.
2 – The report contains a copy of the auditor’s report adding authority to the story.
3 – It is clear that the fed never intended to have this information go public. A secret 0% loan is hardly likely to ever be paid back — this was intended to be a GIFT!
The news medias recognize that the discovery of a fresh printing of $16,000,000,000,000.00 could produce devistating results in our economy. They are therefore hoping that by not sharing this story they will save the country and the world from the consequences of this information. Ie, ignorance is bliss.
And what has that got to do with LENR?
Oh yea, if (when) the world discovers that LENR is for real, it will be the death knell to 20% of the economy. That will rock the economic boat. As this boat is teatering on the edge of tipping over, we don’t need to rock the boat. The solution? Ignorance is bliss.
That, folks, is the best reason I can find that LENR is being kept off the front page. The arch nemisis of the “ignorance is bliss” doctrine, unfortunately, is the unstoppable internet.