So based on the well-documented actions of the Federal Reserve, both past and present, it should be obvious that its claim of independence is as shallow as its numerous promises to raise rates and return to normal monetary policy.
But now, they are advocating higher taxes (oops, excuse me, I mean they are urging “resource mobilization” to generate “stable resources” so there can be “financing for development” in order to “strengthen fiscal frameworks”) on the theory that bigger government is the way to get more growth.
Regardless of who wins in 2016, this revolution’s sentiments will grow in volume and intensity, and are sure to empower politicians likely to make Americans nostalgic for Donald Trump’s moderation.
Source: After the Republic
Mosul was largely at peace and part of a functional Iraqi state on January 20, 2009.