You would be hard pressed to find a publishing medium that is more "simple and repetitious" than a comic book. Explain to me again, Why does the Federal Reserve come up with one comic book after another? Oh right, per their own video linked below, it's all for education of the masses. Introducing the 20-page comic book "Once Upon A Dime."
Here in all its glory is the latest installment of Federal Reserve obscenities as it launches another public relations campaign aimed to convince the sheeple that their lives depend on the perennial grace of central bankers.
You can right-click here to download your own PDF copy directly from the Fed's website or PC users can browse the embedded document below.
Many thanks to RM contributor Ken Schortgen Jr. for alerting us all to the newly released pile of garbage via his own article at The Daily Economist. Silver Doctors summed it up well:
This comic book is the biggest, most epic, Pro-Fed and full-on assault on Gold & Silver they may have ever done.
Which makes me think that the Fed possibly believes that they are under assault. One thing is immediately clear from the characters in the story: Hillary Clinton was supposed to have won the election.
A Madam President Named Tilli
The opening frames of the comic book direct our attention to an extraterrestrial planet named Novus whose civilization has progressed along a vein remarkably similar to Earth's. In fact, lookie here, they even have a continent shaped just like Antarctica (ahem! See my full Antarctica series here.)
The people of Novus are governed by a wise lady president named Tilli (or would that be Hillary?) The story progresses as anticipated. Inhabitants of Novus are getting along just fine in their world of Barter Systems until finally somebody feels mightily put out over the inconvenience of having to trade real items for other real items.
Somebody invents a system of exchange based on pretty little rocks. People are prosperous and begin saving up their excess in a temple -- er, I mean, bank. To further emphasize how truly fictitious is this tale, the bankers are above reproach and somehow it's not their fault when the the default of one sole borrower causes the whole house of cards to fall down.
The Problem of the collapsed economy prompts the Reaction of one citizen wearing a Saturn (aka Cronus) t-shirt and a tattoo of a remarkably-looking Nazi or thunderbolt insignia: "But who's going to be there when the banks need credit?"
A bank for the banks ... yes, that will solve all of our problems! (/sarc). And don't you just love that a character with plenty of "eyes" suggests the central bank solution? (Think: Eye of the Pyramid or worse, the Eye of Horus and the Eye of Ra as represented by the two thin yellow circles on the back of the $1 Bill).
As the video above mentioned, we'll have to wait for the next installment to see what monstrosity these poor deluded buffoons come up with next, even though they are obviously living on a planet full of abundant galactic energies which ought to eradicate the very notion of "debt" from their language.
Saturn Devours His Son
It's never a good sign when you see an image of the planet Saturn within a message that's bound to be littered with hidden meanings. Saturn is the Roman name for Cronus, the Titan god who was so afraid of being overthrown by his children that he actually murdered and ate his own children in a preemptive strike.
Alt-Media writers like Brandon Smith and dozens of others in our financial community have been sounding the alarm for years that TPTB who created this system are the ones who are engineering its demise. Things are going to get awfully ugly if the Fed, and its own overlords like the Bank for International Settlements, get the idea in their head that dinnertime has now arrived.