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By plotting the interest rate the Federal Reserve Bank charged and simply overlaying the recorded depressions and recessions over the timeline, it can be shown that the Federal Reserve Bank increased interest rates dramatically prior to each depression. The Federal Reserve Bank is directly responsible for triggering and causing all the major depressions. The Federal Reserve Bank Governor Ben S. Bernanke, stated on Nov 8, 2002 at a Conference Honoring the world’s leading economist, Milton Friedman,: “Regarding the Great Depression. You're right, we did it. We're very sorry. But thanks to you, we won't do it again.”. Clearly Bernanke lied, they did it again. With many decades of experience, the Banks simply reduced interest rates, offering customers 0% interest around 2005, they then cut the money supply and hiked the interest rates up to 33% for many of their customers, guaranteeing another Great Depression.

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