Shadow Government

March 23rd, 2023 at 7:30:49 AM permalink
DoubleGold
Member since: Jan 26, 2023
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I think I have to establish that a shadow government exists, before I can show Hillary Clinton's election being stolen.

Feel the Bern questioned Ben Bernanke during the last bank bailout:

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Six Former US Presidents Warn About ‘Invisible’ Shadow Government

April 9, 2016
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Senator Sanders: “Will you tell the American people to whom you lent $2.2 trillion of their dollars? … Can you tell us who they are?”

Bernanke: “No”.
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https://goldenageofgaia.com/2016/04/09/six-former-us-presidents-warn-invisible-shadow-government/

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March 23rd, 2023 at 7:43:28 AM permalink
DoubleGold
Member since: Jan 26, 2023
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It's not that Americans are dumb, the system is too corrupt to do anything about it.

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Senate Blocks “Audit the Fed,” Preserving Central Bank Secrecy

January 13, 2016
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A majority of senators supported the bill, with 53 in favor and 44 against. But it was not enough to overcome the 60-vote threshold needed to invoke cloture.
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https://thenewamerican.com/senate-blocks-audit-the-fed-preserving-central-bank-secrecy/

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April 11th, 2023 at 2:28:00 AM permalink
willaim33
Member since: Apr 11, 2023
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A government-in-waiting that is prepared to take control in response to certain events. Often used to refer to leadership of the largest opposition party in parliament, which would assume control should the ruling party be displaced in elections.
In a parliamentary government, a shadow cabinet is a group of advisors appointed by the party that's not in power. Though they don't have real authority, the shadow cabinet can sometimes influence policy.

The shadow cabinet is an official part of the <a href="http://techemirate.com/hypernet-vpn-for-pc-windows-mac/">United Kingdom's</a> political system, in which an entire alternate cabinet is formed by the opposition party, which mirrors — or shadows — the actions of the official cabinet. This group keeps a close eye on decisions made by the ruling party and often suggests alternatives. These "shadow ministers" are also ready to jump into positions of authority if their party regains power in an election.