m“Almost all people are hypnotics.      The proper authority saw to it that the proper belief should be induced and the people believed properly.” — Charles Hoy Fort

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Mark Pittman fought the Fed and now he's dead. Suspicious.

Just read this Bloomberg News story via Ron Paul's site.

Now, it's true of course that heart attacks are quite common, but so, in my humble opinion, is the popular but ever-so-low-key government "assisted suicide" program, a long established one offered completely free of charge to any and all citizens who are righteous enough and courageous enough to mess with the plans of the Powers That Be, hence causing them "big trouble."

The top power here in America being, arguably, the Federal Reserve... as they, quite literally, own America lock, stock and barrel... all of it; and have done so since they scammed the President into selling the country out to them in 1917.

Bastards.

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Bloomberg reporter Mark Pittman, who foresaw the subprime crisis, who sued the Fed, has died...

By Bob Ivry

Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Mark Pittman, the award-winning investigative reporter whose fight to open the Federal Reserve to more scrutiny led Bloomberg News to sue the central bank and win, died Nov. 25 in Yonkers, New York. He was 52.

Pittman suffered from heart-related illnesses. The precise cause of his death wasn’t known, said his friend William Karesh, vice president of the Global Health Program at the Bronx, New York-based Wildlife Conservation Society.

A former police-beat reporter who joined Bloomberg News in 1997, Pittman wrote stories in 2007 predicting the collapse of the banking system. That year, he won the Gerald Loeb Award from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, the highest accolade in financial journalism, for “Wall Street’s Faustian Bargain,” a series of articles on the breakdown of the U.S. mortgage industry.

“He was one of the great financial journalists of our time,” said Joseph Stiglitz, a professor at Columbia University in New York and the winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize for economics. “His death is shocking.”

Continue at: Bloomberg

2 comments:

Bbethany7 said...

His parents are still alive. His genes favored a longer
life. Anyone who challenges an institution like the
FED does it at great peril. JFK did.

JT said...

Strange indeed. If you love this kind of conspiracy stuff, and Forteana in general, you ought to check out "The Unreals" by Donald Jeffries. Here's the Amazon link:
http://www.amazon.com/Unreals-Donald-Jeffries/dp/1600760341