You Can Blame Big Tech Censorship on The Deep State Money Manipulators, by Charles Goyette

Much of Big Tech’s financial power comes from America’s fake money regime. From Charles Goyette at lewrockwell.com:

Forget the great teeming horde of anti-trust lawyers.  That is a beast better starved than fed.  And for the love of progress and prosperity, please, oh please, do not turn to federal regulators and their plague of unintended consequences.  In fact, the problem with the big internet censors, de-platformers, information monopolists, and enemies of free speech is much bigger than Section 230.

The power Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, Google, and Apple (FATGA) have amassed to shut down political speech and conceal the corruption of their political darlings can be traced directly to the Deep State Money Manipulators.

That is the name my co-author Bill Haynes and I have given to the Federal Reserve in our new book The Last Gold Rush… Ever!  It is a deep dive into the decay of the dollar standard and the convergence of accelerants that are about to inflict unimagined financial pain on the lives of the American people.

As we explain, The Deep State Money Manipulators have been hiding in plain site for over a hundred years. During that time, they have been serial bubble blowers, inflating the dot-com and housing bubbles. They have quietly overseen the destruction of the dollar’s purchasing power. They have pumped unimaginable wealth to crony banks and played an essential part in America’s growing income inequality. Their interest rate manipulations have encouraged the formation of debt and discouraged capital formation, which is the engine of growth.

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