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$400,000 Nigerian Email Scam is Tiny Compared to $700+ Billion Federal Reserve Scam

By Mike Adams, November 19, 2008 | Key concepts: Bank fraud, Financial fraud and Scams

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Internet blogs have unleashed a cacophony of laughter against an Oregon woman who fell for the popular Nigerian email scam, ultimately wiring $400,000 of her own money to scammers who fooled her with counterfeit documents and promises of a windfall of cash in return. Yet those same bloggers who are ROFL with the American woman's stupid actions are, themselves, victims of a much larger scam: The Federal Reserve's financial bailout scandal that swiped nearly a trillion dollars from American taxpayers and secretly handed it back out to rich banksters.

In fact, by any honest accounting, the Fed's "financial bailout" fiasco is going to cost the American taxpayers well over $3 trillion! Aren't the members of Congress who voted to hand the Fed a blank check just as stupid as the Oregon nurse who sent $400,000 to Nigeria?

Of course, in this scam, it's not THEIR money that's being lost, it's YOURS. And that makes the American voters who let these people get away with this unprecedented scam far dumber than the Oregon nurse who's taking so much flak for failing to recognize the scam in the first place.

Truth be told, not one in a hundred Americans currently recognizes the massive financial scam now underway. Their incomes and their savings have been stolen away by the Federal Reserve's creation of well over $3 trillion (yes, with a "T") in fiat money, and only a handful of Libertarians (and a few Republicans) seem to have noticed.

Anyone making fun of Janella Spears should be checking their own government first. The Federal Reserve's scam would make the Nigerians downright proud!

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$400,000 Nigerian Email Scam is Tiny Compared to $700+ Billion Federal Reserve Scam

From Guardian.co.: Janella Spears, a registered nurse from Sweet Home, Oregon, said she started sending money to the scammers in 2005 after she received an email promising her several million dollars from a long-lost relative. In what is commonly known as a 419 scam - named after a section of the Nigerian criminal code - the fraudsters randomly contacted Spears over the internet, claiming they would offer her a substantial cut of $20.5m fortune in return for the cash injection which would help move it out of the country.... more

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