by Sundance at The Conservative Treehouse
This is rather remarkable and tells us something about the current status of the “western” financial system. The last sentence in today’s announcement from the FED is particularly laughable. Check this out [Source]:
That last sentence is nonsense. When was the last time the ‘central banks’ worried about the supply of credit to households and businesses? Total and complete nonsense. What they are worried about is the need to have readily available dollars, faster, to backstop banks that are supposed to be holding deposits.
Nothing quite inspires ‘global banking confidence’ like the need to swap dollars rapidly, from country to country on a daily basis, because the amount of currency in bank, within any western nation, at any given time, might disappear.
Yesterday’s monologue from Neil Oliver, and the recent personal banking story that structures his comments, is standing as eerily prescient right now.