Why that Federal Reserve (private banker thieves) isn't on the USA News ?
Good question. The more light that would be shining on the FRB the more that people would know what they are doing. Which is manipulating the US economy for their best interests, and not the country.
As Brad says, the Federal Reserve doesn't operate for the benefit of the country, and operates very much under the radar. Those who own the media have no interest in our seeing this unconstitutional institution operating.
The strategy is to divide and conquer. Let the common folk fight each other over religious matters, over political issues, over race, or nationalism and meanwhile, the rich keep getting richer. Anything will be done to distract people and keep them from uniting. It's pretty simple and easily done when the mainstream media is just plain-out propaganda, of one flavor, or another. Gotta do research to find things out. Study, study, study - that's the answer. And look for scholarly sources, people who provide proper quotes, bibliography, etc.
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