The Establishment Media Is Already Trying To Blame The Tea Party And Opponents Of The Federal Reserve For The Coming Economic Collapse
The American Dream.com
Nov 15, 2010
Why does it seem like major establishment news outlets come out with the exact same talking points so often? This time, the mainstream media in both the United States and in the UK are placing blame for an economic collapse that hasn’t even happened yet on the Tea Party movement and on opponents of the Federal Reserve. Of course it is completely and totally ridiculous to even think for a moment that the Tea Party could be responsible for our current financial problems. The Tea Party is still basically brand new, and even though they gained a a number of seats in Congress during this past election, they still have far, far less power than the establishment Democrats or the establishment Republicans. The notion that the Tea Party could be responsible for plunging the entire globe into a devastating economic depression is absolutely hilarious. But that is exactly what some major mainstream media outlets are actually suggesting.
Just consider the following examples….
*Time Magazine ran an article on November 10th with this headline: “Will Sarah Palin and the Tea Party Cause Hyperinflation?” In that article we find gems such as the following….
“Before the Tea Party, inflation is rising slowly. But in the first year the Tea Party or a group with similar views wins the Presidency or takes over Congress, whamm-o. Inflation doubles, and keeps going up.”
According to the Time Magazine article, the Federal Reserve is not going to cause hyper-inflation. Instead, the real threat to our economy would be if someone lowers our taxes….
Turns outs that it is very unlikely the Fed would cause hyper-inflation. That’s why near zero interest rates and the Fed’s early efforts to drive down long-term interest rates have done little to boost inflation. The real threat of inflation comes from tax policy, namely lower taxes. Lower taxes and the government will have a harder time paying back its debt. Investors run from our bonds and currency. Inflation ensues.
The article repeatedly portrays the Federal Reserve as a group of wise experts and portrays Tea Party members as unthinking idiots….