What do you think of this video on the banking system?

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How accurate is this video on the Federal Reserve?

Poll closed Jun 3, 2012.
  1. Fairly Accurate

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  3. I could not care less

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  1. JimBowie1958
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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mII9NZ8MMVM&feature=share]The Collapse of The American Dream Explained in Animation - YouTube[/ame]

    It goes into a lot of history and detail about the banking system, the Rothschillds and the Federal Reserve.

    What do you think about its accuracy?
     
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    More like "Absolutely Accurate".

    The Federal Reserve is the greatest threat to America and our freedoms.
     
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    This video is good. "Fairly Accurate"
    Look on youtube "The Federal Reserve Fraud"
     
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    This One? :)

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEZfMruLMSI]The Federal Reserve Fraud Part 1 of 5 - YouTube[/ame]
    The Federal Reserve Fraud Part 1 of 5
     
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    The Federal Reserve is not a private bank. It is a creation of Congress granted monopolistic privileges. It is essentially another branch of government.
     
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    No, actually it is NOT a part of the government, at most a quasi-government entity. It has government appointed oversight but the decisions it makes are largely in the best interests of the bank owners and notthe US tax payers.

    Greensapn and Bernanke have not been calling the shots wrong since 2004 because of stupidity. Their masters made LOTS of money.
     
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    Then I guess the US has no government because Congress is serving the bank owners over the tax payers just as much as the Federal Reserve.

    Government is not defined by who it serves. The Federal Reserve was created not by entrepreneurs on the market but by an Act of Congress signed into law by Woodrow Wilson motivated by big business and big banking. The federal reserve is indepedent, not private. Essentially, the big bankers created a branch of government just for themselves.
     
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