John Steiner: Banks Not Lending–Blame the Fed!

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Why Banks Aren’t Lending: The Silent Liquidity Squeeze

by Ellen Brown

Global Research, July 15, 2011

EXTRACT

Paying interest on reserves was intended to prevent “inflation,” but it is having the opposite effect, contracting the money and credit that are the lifeblood of a functioning economy.  The whole economic model is wrong.  The fear of price inflation has prevented governments from using their sovereign power to create money and credit to serve the needs of their national economies.  Instead, they must cater to the interests of a private banking industry that profits from its monopoly power over those essential economic tools.

Whether by accident or design, federal policymakers still have not got it right.

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