The Neocon War within the Establishment

We’ve got to go to war with Iraq.
We’ve got to go to war with Libya.
We’ve got to go to war with Iran.
We’ve got to go to war with Syria.
Now, we’ve got to go to war with Russia.

These wars are not great for America, they are great for the people pulling the strings behind our government and the main stream media. These people are often called the establishment, the deep state, and/or the shadow government.

This is not a Democrat vs. Republican thing! Both parties have been captured, as evidenced by their media mouthpieces senators McCain and Graham.

In the big scheme of things, corruption is rampant in America today. But as bad as domestic corruption has become, it represents just a fraction of the money that can be made by pursuing foreign wars for profit. And that’s been the strategy of the neocon faction of the establishment since they took over decades ago.

But today, the establishment is at war with itself. Trump and his team of anti-neocon establishment players (including generals who got fired for opposing the neocon agenda), are challenging the old order. And that explains what’s happening today …


The media is still controlled by the neocon faction, so he’d rather bypass their obsessive attempts to distract and confuse, and speak directly to the people. It’s the same reason Trump is changing the way the white house will have press conferences, and on-site reporters.


The 20+ security agencies that have proliferated since 9/11 are infested with neocons. Trump doesn’t want nor need their biased assessments designed to get us into yet another war for profit. He’d rather wait for his own appointees to give him an America first assessment.


Just like the security agencies, the state department is also infested with neocons. That’s why Trump has taken the unprecedented step of firing all ambassadors as of the date of his inauguration.


The establishment media is losing control. They used to put out all kinds of spin to influence the dialog, but it’s no longer working. When they tried to go after bloggers for spitting out “fake news”, it backfired when people rightly showed many examples of fake news originating from main stream media sources.

When they tried to deflect the way Clinton’s team conspired against Bernie Sanders by focusing on Russian hacking, it didn’t work. When an establishment reporter asked his readers who they believed, the results were overwhelming: Wikileaks beat the U.S. intel officials 83% to 17%.


The media drumbeat for war against Russia is just a continuation of the neocon agenda to divide and conquer, leading us towards perpetual wars for profit. Meanwhile, the real war is occurring behind the scenes, as the establishment fights among itself to remove the neocons from control.

Let’s all hope the forces for peace and rationality prevail.

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The Illusion of Internet Governance

There’s been a lot of controversy over the U.S. Government’s proposal to give up their supervisory role over ICANN. This led Karl Auerbach, one of the only people ever elected to represent end-users in cyberspace, to write this letter to Congress.

Karl did an excellent job as North America’s first elected representative in cyberspace. He fought for things that would have made Internet governance more representative, and more transparent.

Unfortunately for all of us, he ended up losing most of these battles, and in the end, losing the war as well (when ICANN revoked end user representation).

This was not Karl’s fault. In fact, it was anticipated, and one reason that the Commerce Department was originally tasked with overseeing ICANN in the first place.

From the beginning, there have been two opposing camps in this debate: One fighting for an open, representative, and transparent governance structure … and one fighting for something else.

Something else won.

In order to secure their victory, however, the winning camp was forced to allow limited end-user representation on their board, and ongoing Commerce Department oversight.

These were hard fought concessions.

Apparently for naught …

As Karl describes it, there’s never really been effective end-user representation in the direction of ICANN, and there’s never really been much visible oversight by the NTIA.

Now the Commerce Department wants to allow ICANN to govern itself, and possibly even move to another country.

Should we really be surprised?

Why would we expect a dysfunctional government, one that has been increasingly captured by monied interests, to be able to create a governing structure for the Internet that isn’t subject to hidden levers of control … and capture?

Truth of the matter is, ICANN is a reflection of what our own government has become. They are both cloaked in dysfunction, while the real power brokers remain hidden from view, and benefit from the ignorance of the masses.

(More than $400,000,000 for ICANN in 2013 alone.)

Comments welcome …

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Turkey for America

What will America look like if current trends continue?

What if big money and big business gain even more control over our government — and over our lives?

What if the executive branch becomes even more authoritarian, to the point where reporters, congressmen and judges become fearful of repercussions?  What if more and more laws to control people are introduced, while those at the top break laws with impunity?

If all of these things came to pass … we’d have Turkey today in America.

For those who don’t know, the people of Turkey are in their second week of anti-government protests (which have been mostly ignored in the U.S. media).   What was once a liberal democracy,  has turned into an authoritarian police state controlled by business interests.

Frustrated by the actions of Prime Minister Erdogan, the people of Turkey have had enough.  Erdogan has been using state power with increasing corruption and brutality, and there have been reports that their press, judiciary and legislature are afraid to speak out against the leadership.

Last week, this all came to a head as about 300 mostly young women gathered in a park to peacefully protest its planned destruction.  The official response was so brutal, that it brought 10’s of thousands out into the streets, and has since spread to 78 cities across the country.  (it’s been reported that the park’s redevelopment was an inside deal beneficial to the Prime Minister’s in-law)   Let’s pray for a positive outcome.

While differences between Turkey and America remain, recent revelations about NSA spying on all Americans, IRS targeting political groups, and government wire-tapping of news agencies, show that we are heading down the same path.

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. 4th Amendment

The reason this clause is in the Constitution, is to protect the people against an authoritarian government.  The power of government to tax, imprison and execute is unique, and easily abused.  When government can search anybody, anytime, anywhere, people live in fear of their government.

What our government is doing today is making it easy for them to silence, blackmail, or imprison any one of us.  With recently revealed technology, anyone who becomes a target will have years of electronic “footprints” for the Feds to analyze and scrutinize. And since most Americans commit Three Felonies a Day, if they want to get you, they’ll be able to get you.

What’s really criminal, is that these secret policies have been put in place in the first place, with the full knowledge and consent of judges and elected officials.  What’s really criminal, is not the whistle blower breaking a confidentiality agreement, it’s our government officials ignoring their sworn oaths to protect and preserve the U.S. Constitution.

This has to stop … else it’s Turkey for America.

As always, comments welcome.

Jay Fenello

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The Changing Nature of Law and Governance in the Great Recession

Today, we are living the culmination of many years of big money buying big government.  Working under cover and in the shadows, many new laws have been written, and many new powers have been assumed by government.  While there may be no way to stop the onslaught, I submit this one for consideration.

As I wrote previously, the U.S. Constitution is still the law of the land, and it still includes the Bill of Rights.  Until it is changed (or proven worthless), we still have the courts to take back our government and to fix any problems with the system.

The good news is, all of the new laws on the books, and all of the new powers assumed by government, are subject to legal review. And many of these, if challenged, will ultimately be found unconstitional.  The bad news is, it could take years (even decades) before cases like this are decided at the national level.

case is decimay take years pursuing this using a traditional approach would take years, if not decades.

In order for this to work, however, we’ll need to think outside of the box.

Just like the Internet has drastically changed industries like music and travel, I predict the Internet will soon change our concepts of law and governance.

how we are

Previously, I have written how we are entering a period of rapid changed.  I described how computer technologies and the Internet had disrupted numerous industries, including music, travel, newspapers and TV.  Today, we’ll continue the discussion and explore how these changes are/will be impacting law and governance.

(see The Changing Nature of Employment in the Great Recession)


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For the Love of God, Guns, and Governance

I love the story of America.  How a group of people just like us, living in the colonies at the time, came to declare themselves free and independent.

Instead of following the dictates, taxes, and punishments of a King far away in England, the people of America would now govern themselves.

This was a radical departure from their prior history, which had been dominated by Kings, Popes, and Emperors.

Instead of control originating at the top (through a bloodline, battle, or indoctrination), America would be built on the power granted to it by the people.

God > Ruler > Subject became …

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.  That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.

God > People > Government.

These were concepts born out of the Enlightenment, that period of time after the dark ages when knowledge and wisdom exploded.

These were concepts our founding fathers used to establish a nation.

To enshrine these concepts into a self governing system, our founding fathers also gave us the rulebook for the nation– the U.S. Constitution.  It establishes the various branches of government, and the rules we all agree to live by.  It is the supreme law of the land.  It is the law that all other law must follow.

To make sure that government never came to oppress the people, our founding fathers fought to include protections for the God > People > Government alignment:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Collectively, these constitutional protections are known as the Bill of Rights.  They also include, in part:

  • Right to trial by jury, speedy trial, public trial
  • Prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment
  • Protection against unreasonable search and seizure
  • Right to due process, rules against self-incrimination
  • Right to keep and bear arms

The right to keep and bear arms is a constitutionally protected right.  It’s not there for hunting, and it’s not there for personal protection.  Like the other civil liberties listed above, it’s there to ensure the God > People > Government alignment.

While nobody wants another Newtown, the current push for gun control appears to be coordinated propaganda at work.  (For a sad/funny look at hypocrisy in the gun control debate, see this Jon Stewart Gun Control clip.)  When combined with the recent attacks on the rest of our civil liberties, it’s easy to see why patriots are freaking out.

Today, our government can pick you up, take you away to an unknown location, hold you indefinitely, without notifying anyone, nor charging you with a crime.  Today, our government is assassinating people without charge, even if they are a U.S. Citizen, or the family member of a purported terrorist.  Today, our government records everything you electronically transmit or receive, without a warrant, to be used as they see fit.

Because of the many new laws that have been passed in our “war against terror,” it is estimated that every person in America commits three felonies a day.  As a result, today people are facing years in prison, and 10’s of $1,000’s in fines, for copying digital movies, or electronically protesting corporate/government policies (see the Aaron Swartz articles).

All the while, corporate executives earn hefty bonuses, while evading criminal prosecutions in actions that result in harm many orders of magnitude greater.

Now gun ownership is under attack.

Some fear that civil war is coming.

That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

We are very fortunate in this country.  We have a great historical tradition to build on, one that gives us a peaceful way forward.

Before breaking out the heavy weapons, let’s use one of the most powerful civil rights we have remaining:  The right to petition the government for a redress of our grievances.

Now, I’m not talking about sending letters to city hall, or your congressman or senator.  I’m talking about taking your complaints directly to an authority who can rule and enforce decisions.  I’m talking about taking your complaints to court.

As long as the Constitution is the law of the land, any action that violates our civil liberties will eventually be enforced as enacted.  The problem is, forcing the government to change through court action can take decades, and can be very expensive.

But the Internet is changing all of that.

Just like the Internet has drastically changed the music, travel, and newspaper industries, it’s about to change law and governance as well.  No longer will the courts be a battle ground reserved for the wealthy and well funded.

Thanks to the Internet, people who have had enough can learn how to file their own complaints without an attorney, for very little money.  It’s called proceeding “pro se,” and anyone who is so inclined can do it  …

  • Don’t like the gun control laws?  File suit.
  • Being treated poorly by your monopoly cable provider?  File suit.
  • Is your city wasting money on homeland security projects?  File suit.

In upcoming articles, I’ll explain how small groups of pro se litigants working together in coordinated ways, can defeat the biggest and best law firms on Wall Street and K Street.

And in the process, we can take our country back.

After all, we are the people …

Jay Fenello

Jay Fenello is currently suing Bank of America without an attorney in Federal court,
and is sharing his experiences in his blog “Adventures of a Pro Se Litigant

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What Happens When the Bottom of the U.S. Wealth Pyramid Collapses?

“According to the Central Intelligence Agency, income distribution in the United States is more unequal than in Guyana, Nicaragua, and Venezuela, and roughly on par with Uruguay, Argentina, and Ecuador. Income inequality is actually declining in Latin America even as it continues to increase in the United States. Economically speaking, the richest nation on earth is starting to resemble a banana republic.”

Financial Wealth in the U.S.

from 1980 to 2005, more than 80 percent of total increase in Americans’ income went to the top 1 percent. Economic growth was more sluggish in the aughts, but the decade saw productivity increase by about 20 percent. Yet virtually none of the increase translated into wage growth at middle and lower incomes, an outcome that left many economists scratching their heads.”

Income Growth of the Top 1%


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Recent Facebook Postings on the Great Recession

(Editor’s Note: Below you will find multiple postings that I’ve made to various Facebook pages. They’re being copied here, in front of Facebook’s firewall, for future reference)

Here Come the Currency Battles
At the root is an unwillingness on the part of major Western economies to let the prices of certain asset classes–especially real estate in the U.S., and bad bank debt in Europe–find their actual value. In that sense, the notion that governments are protecting Big Finance and other powerful lobbies from the consequences of betting on a bubble is true.

The Federal Budget Fiasco
If we do not increase the federal budget limit, we will immediately be forced to balance the budget (no constitutional amendment required). In August, the government is expected to collect about $172 billion in revenue, and will face about $307 billion in expenses. That will leave us with a $135 billion shortfall.

We only need to cover about about $30 billion in interest to avoid a default on our debt. It will be interesting to see who the government chooses to pay, and from whom it chooses to withhold payment.

Does Washington have a spending problem or an income problem?
Washington’s spending has recently been higher as a percentage of the nation’s economic output than at any time since World War II. But by the same measure, Washington’s revenues are the lowest in more than 60 years.

What’s at stake in the debt-limit talks: a primer
In August, the government is expected to collect about $172 billion in revenue and will face about $307 billion in bills. So, the government would have the money to pay a little more than 55% of its bills during the month. But which bills to pay? Interest on existing debt comes to just under $30 billion, Social Security checks are $50 billion, Medicare is another $50 billion, payments to military contractors for weapons, fuel and other costs comes to $32 billion and salaries for active-duty military personnel come to about $3 billion. Add in unemployment benefits ($13 billion for the month), and the government would already have run out of money without paying a single civilian employee or running any of its domestic programs, including courts, disaster relief, national parks, veterans benefits or welfare programs.

Economic Armageddon and You

Walmart Supreme Court Sex-Bias Case: Too Big to Sue?
Some of the worlds biggest corporations were protected from bankruptcy at the end of the financial downturn by a policy dubbed “Too Big to Fail”. Now we have a ruling from the US Supreme Court that has dubbed one large corporation “Too big to Sue” that may have a significant impact on future plaintiffs ability to initiate class action suits against large corporations. (Editor’s Comment: Every woman who feels discriminated against by Walmart should walk over to their superior court, and file suit against Walmart without an attorney (pro se). Once Walmart faces thousands of these individual suits, they will beg the court to convert these claims into a class action.)

The Long, Slow Death of Debt
If too much debt caused our financial crisis, getting rid of it is the solution.

Robert Reich (The Truth About the American Economy)
The U.S. economy continues to stagnate. It’s growing at the rate of 1.8 percent, which is barely growing at all. Consumer spending is down. Home prices are down. Jobs and wages are going nowhere. It’s vital that we understand the truth about the American economy.

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That 1937 Feeling All Over Again

(Editor’s Note:  Starting today, this blog now has a new category called Notes & Reposts.  It will be used to reference other articles and websites that support past and future articles appearing in this blog.)

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, an expert on the Great Depression, once promised that the central bank would never repeat its 1937 mistake of rushing to tighten monetary policy too soon and prolonging an economic slump.  Back in 1937, the U.S. economy had been growing rapidly for three years, thanks in large part to government programs aimed at ending the deep recession that began in 1929.  Then the central bank clamped down hard on lending, and federal government spending dropped 10 percent. The economy contracted again in 1938. The jobless rate soared.

Full employment is one of the Fed’s prescribed goals, and it is clearly falling short. Government spending cuts are making matters worse.  Friday’s employment report showed a net loss of 37,000 government jobs last month.  State and local governments with balanced budget rules had little choice but to cut jobs in order to make ends meet.  The federal government has no such restriction, but its spending outside of defense fell at a 7.3 percent annual rate in the second quarter, crimping economic growth.

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Ending the Great Recession: From Smith, to Keynes, to Batra?

Today, we face the prospects of continuing high levels of unemployment, the default of sovereign nations (i.e. Greece, Italy, Spain, etc.), and a repeat collapse of the global financial system.  While all this is going on, I don’t hear anyone speaking about the real problem, and consequently, a solution that will lead us back from the abyss.  For my part, I believe the problem is obvious …

The World According to Smith

235 years ago, modern economics was born when Adam Smith wrote The Wealth of Nations. Smith gave us a model of national wealth that grows through the efficient use of land, labor and capital.  He believed that the best way to achieve this growth was through the “invisible hand” which magically guides free markets.

Smith wrote his book in 1776, the same year as the birth of  our nation.  It was at a time when Monarchies first started losing to the modern nation-state, and industrialization had just started to ramp.  By embracing the free market philosophies of Adam Smith, capitalistic societies were able to rapidly expand throughout the world, growing along with the dramatic changes brought about by industrialization.

As successful as the free market was in expanding capitalism and industry, one nagging little problem kept cropping up.  Every once in a while, the invisible hand would break down, and the free market would stop working.  This was especially troubling when the result was prolonged unemployment for the new industrial worker — a worker who needs a job to keep a roof over their head, and food on their table.

The World According to Kondratieff

While many people saw recurring cycles in the economy, most believed the pattern was simply a mild business cycle that recurred every 4 years or so.  Some did recognize a longer cycle that lasted around 11 years, but there was no consensus on why this might be the case.

Then, in 1926, three years before the Great Depression, Nickolai Kondratieff wrote a paper titled “Long Waves in Economic Life.” He was one of the first to observe that capitalistic economies undergo decades-long cycles of inflation, followed by deflation. Today, his observations are known as the Kondratieff Wave.

The World According to Keynes

While Smith espoused free markets, and Kondratieff recognized and predicted the “long wave” result, John Meynard Keynes decided to study historical panics, recessions and depressions, with a special focus on unemployment.  In 1936, he wrote The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money, and Keynesian economics was born.

Keynes gave us a model of the economy that, for the first time, included a framework for governments to actively participate in the business cycle.  Instead of solely relying on the invisible hand to manage free markets, governments were now empowered with fiscal and monetary policies that they could use to mitigate recessions and depressions.  His model worked so well, that by the end of the 1960’s, almost every western nation had adopted Keynesian economics.

When I studied economics in the late 70’s, the professor was Denslow, the textbook was Samuelson, and the concepts were Keynesian.  While Keynes had worked for 30+ years, the Keynesian model seemed to stop working in the high inflation, high unemployment environment at that time.  As Keynes lost favor, so called “supply side” economics came on the scene, eventually to be replaced with a return to the free market ideology prevalent under Smith.

It is that free-market ideology that has brought us again to the brink.

The World According to Batra

I first learned of the long wave back in the early 80s, and I’d been expecting what is today known as the Great Recession ever since.  Because of this, in the late 80s, I read a book titled The Great Depression of 1990 by Ravi Batra.  While his timing was a little off, his insights into the causes of market failures were spot on, and describe perfectly what’s going today.

According to Batra, the reason markets break down, is that capital gets accumulated at the top, and ceases to circulate in the economy.  When the bottom of the wealth pyramid collapses, those people at the bottom have nothing left to spend, and the low end of the market freezes.  Then, when those who sell or otherwise depend on the low end of the market start to lose their income and wealth, they stop spending as well. This leads to a general market failure, as money is taken out of circulation, and the market failures spiral upward.

We can see this today.  Recent poverty numbers confirm that many former members of the middle class, have now entered the ranks of the poor.  Many people have lost their life savings, their retirement, and their homes.  Those who depend on these people (the retailers, the taxing authorities, etc.) have seen their income evaporate as well.

At the same time, those at the top have been hording money.  We can see this in the estimated $2 Trillion held by large corporations, that they are not investing in factories or employees.  We can see this in the many Trillions more on the books of the big banks, that they are not lending to borrowers.  So long as there is not an expanding market for goods and services, they will continue to sit on their holdings.  Instead, they will seek the highest returns possible by speculating in commodities and financial products, or by bribing Congress for tax breaks and more corporate welfare.

Public Policy Response

When the housing bubble burst and the markets froze in 2007, our leaders turned to Keynes for a response.  That’s why the U.S. Government authorized the $900 Billion stimulus plan.  That’s why the Federal Reserve has injected over $1.5 Trillion into the system.  And that’s why foreign governments have injected Billions of Euros into their system as well.

Unfortunately, they did all this without acknowledging nor addressing the real reasons for the market failure.

Today, this folly continues.  How many times have you heard someone say that Americans must be retrained with new skills to be competitive to find a job?  How many times have you heard someone say that we must invest in new industries, to create jobs and be competitive in the world markets? None of these address the real problem — a lack of demand for goods and services, caused by a lack of capital in the low end of the market.

The Real Way Forward

If we really want to end the Great Recession, the prescription is simple.  Stop putting money in at the top of the pyramid, and put it where it will make a difference and start the spending again.  Instead of giving $900 Billion to the banks, instead of borrowing $1.5 Trillion from the Fed to support the too big to fail, instead of spending $447 Billion on a jobs program that at best will create 1 million jobs, give it directly to the people, and cut out the middle man.

Consider this.  If we conservatively estimate that the entire amount of money spent through fiscal and monetary policy to prop up these too big to fail institutions, it is approximately $3,000,000,000,000.  If instead, we issued a check to every man, woman and child in this country, each person would receive approximately $10,000. That’s $40,000 for a family of four.

With this type of Keynesian stimulus, our economy would be humming again.  And those too big to fail institutions would be gone, and no longer a problem.  I know this one will ruffle some feathers, but as always, comments welcome.  Until next time.

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The Continuing Cascade of Restructurings, and the Age of Austerity

When I grew up, there was great fear of Communism.  Not only were we living under threat of Mutually Assured Destruction, we were taught to fear the concepts of Karl Marx.   Over time, the world has changed, but we continue to some of those fears continue to live.

Readers of know that we are currently experiencing a deflationary cascade, brought about by the collapse of the mortgage backed securities market.  They also know how money is created and destroyed. and how money exists in different forms and leverage.  With that foundation, today we’ll discuss the continuing cascade of restructurings as it relates to the money supply and the debt limit.

One way to view the Great Recession, is through the lens of changes to the money supply.  It is my belief that the fiscal problems we are seeing around the world, are a direct result of the collapse of our money supply.

As we look around the world today, we see many problems tha

Nowhere is this more immediate, than in the current debate over expanding the budget limit.

According to the LA Times, in August the government is expected to collect about $172 billion in revenue and will face about $307 billion in bills.  If the budget limit is not expanded, the U.S. will have to stop spending almost

The last couple of postings have covered the U.S. money supply:  how it’s created, how it’s destroyed, and how it exists in different forms and leverage.  Today, I’ll put it all together, and hopefully add some clarity to the options that lay before us.

Tonight, Washington is working feverishly to find a way to avert what’s widely described as a potential U.S. default.  What’s really true is that we are about to hit the debt ceiling, and if we do, the U.S. will face a choice:  1) to drastically cut spending, OR 2) default on it’s debt obligations. To highlight this point, today Obama said that if they don’t increase the debt limit by August 2nd, Social Security checks would not be sent out as scheduled.

So, while everyone is In other words, the immediate effect would be to drastically cut spending.



Today, there is much debate over whether these policies have helped, and whether they should be continued.  Some argue that we can’t afford to take on the additional debt, as it will destroy our currency, and lead to run-way inflation.  Others argue that we must continue the stimulus, for if we don’t, the entire system will enter into a downward spiral, leading the system into a collapse.

I believe it is important to remember that of the TRILLIONs that were created, some were injected into monetary base (high powered money), and some were injected into the more highly leveraged versions (see

Deleveraging of the U.S. Money Supply

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