U.S. Banks – $222 trillion in derivatives underwriting / hedging. What could possibly go wrong?

U.S. banks are up to their eyeballs in financial derivatives…


 Financial Weapons Of Mass Destruction: Top 25 US Banks Have 222 Trillion Dollars Derivatives Exposure             ZeroHedge, May 17, 2017  Excerpts:

Authored by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog,

The recklessness of the “too big to fail” banks almost doomed them the last time around, but apparently they still haven’t learned from their past mistakes.  Today, the top 25 U.S. banks have 222 trillion dollars of exposure to derivatives. 

As long as stock prices continue to rise and the U.S. economy stays fairly stable, these extremely risky financial weapons of mass destruction will probably not take down our entire financial system.  But someday another major crisis will inevitably happen, and when that day arrives the devastation that these financial instruments will cause will be absolutely unprecedented.

During the great financial crisis of 2008, derivatives played a starring role, and U.S. taxpayers were forced to step in and bail out companies such as AIG that were on the verge of collapse because the risks that they took were just too great.

The following numbers regarding exposure to derivatives contracts come directly from the OCC’s most recent quarterly report (see Table 2), and as you can see the level of recklessness that we are currently witnessing is more than just a little bit alarming…

Citigroup – Total Assets: $1,792,077,000,000 (slightly less than 1.8 trillion dollars)

Total Exposure To Derivatives: $47,092,584,000,000 (more than 47 trillion dollars)

JPMorgan Chase  – Total Assets: $2,490,972,000,000 (just under 2.5 trillion dollars)

Total Exposure To Derivatives: $46,992,293,000,000 (nearly 47 trillion dollars)

Goldman Sachs  – Total Assets: $860,185,000,000 (less than a trillion dollars)

Total Exposure To Derivatives: $41,227,878,000,000 (more than 41 trillion dollars)

Bank Of America  – Total Assets: $2,189,266,000,000 (a little bit more than 2.1 trillion dollars)

Total Exposure To Derivatives: $33,132,582,000,000 (more than 33 trillion dollars)

Morgan Stanley  – Total Assets: $814,949,000,000 (less than a trillion dollars)

Total Exposure To Derivatives: $28,569,553,000,000 (more than 28 trillion dollars)

Wells Fargo  – Total Assets: $1,930,115,000,000 (more than 1.9 trillion dollars)

Total Exposure To Derivatives: $7,098,952,000,000 (more than 7 trillion dollars)

Collectively, the top 25 banks have a total of 222 trillion dollars of exposure to derivatives.


Note – The system is only as strong as the weakest link(s). And when one or more of the under-reserved counterparties fails, things can, and will, unravel.

And then Central Banks will again open up the liquidity transfusion channels for another massive bailout for the global financial industry. And ordinary ‘citizens’ across the globe will ultimately pay – for the inevitable degrading of the fiat currency system.

It is time to enact a preventative economic ‘back-fire’ event with a massive, ground-level debt elimination plan.  It is time to grant U.S. citizens the same direct access to liquidity that was provided to Wall Street’s financial sector during the last great financial crisis.

The Leviticus 25 Plan 2018 –  $75,000 per U.S. citizen

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Trillions of dollars in bailouts to citizens of bankrupt foreign nations. It is now time to grant U.S. citizens the same direct access to liquidity. Solution: The Leviticus 25 Plan

U.S. taxpayer dollars have been used to support the IMF bail-out of Greece. The U.S. funded at least $780 million (17.09%) of the July $4.6 billion IMF transfer to Greece (purportedly funding interest payments to hedge funds which had speculated in purchasing the high-risk Greek debt).

U.S. taxpayers also funded approximately $2.9 trillion of a massive 2014 IMF loan to Ukraine to help Kiev pay off creditors including Western banks, Gazprom (the big Russian oil company), and previous IMF loan payment obligations).

The U.S. Treasury Department followed that up by guaranteeing a $1 billion Ukrainian bond issuance.

Trillions of dollars in U.S. taxpayer funds have been used to bail out the citizens of bankrupt foreign nations, and now U.S. citizens deserve the very same access to their own money that foreign citizens have been receiving in foreign assistance payments from the U.S.

It is time to activate America’s powerhouse economic acceleration plan – and to eliminate massive amounts of debt stress and restore financial health at the family level.


The Leviticus 25 Plan 2018 –  $75,000 per U.S. citizen

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Global Banks 2008: “We need a transfusion.” And $23.7 trillion later, the Fed said: “Tell Us When to Stop.”

And transfuse they did.

The U.S. Treasury turned the spigot into the ‘flow’ position with the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP).

And the Fed followed up by turning the spigot into the ‘gusher’ position with their emergency lending, discount window lending, and their QE-based purchases of cesspool-grade MBS and agency debt from various global lending institutions.


Notes on the liquidity transfusions:
1. SIGTARP, the oversight agency of the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), in its July 2009 report, vetted by Treasury, noted that the U.S. Government’s “Total Potential Support Related to Crisis” (page 138) amounted to $23.7 trillion. While this figure represents a backstop commitment, not a measure of total potential loss, it is nonetheless an astounding degree of support, in the form of liquidity infusions, credit extensions and guarantees, various other forms of assistance for financial institutions and other business entities affected by the financial crisis.

One example of the mechanics of these backstop commitments involved two of the major investment-banks which were at the forefront of the U.S. financial crisis, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan who, through their high-risk exposure to subprime debt and derivatives, received enormous financial assistance at the expense of U.S. taxpayers.

Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan received these direct liquidity infusions during the financial crisis via Fed disbursements through the Primary Dealer Credit Facility and numerous other credit facilities. The two (according to ZeroHedge 4-1-11) “had the temerity to pledge bonds that had defaulted (i.e. had a rating of D)… as in bankrupt, and pretty much worthless. . . that have no value whatsoever. . .” Goldman Sachs received $24.7 million and JP Morgan $1.4 million on the worthless collateral (September 15, 2008). Goldman Sachs pledged D-rated securities again September 29, 2008 and received $82.7 million (Citigroup received $102.8 million; Merrill Lynch – $217.8 million; Morgan Stanley – $261.0 million; UBS – $202.2 million).

In addition, the same two investment banking giants, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, earned free interest (again at taxpayer expense) through their access to credit extensions at the Federal Reserve discount window. Within two years, Goldman Sachs was paying out $111.3 million in “delayed bonuses” for the years 2007 and 2009 (NY Times 12-15-10).


U.S. citizens deserve nothing less than the same access to credit extensions for resolving liquidity issues of their own at the family level, that have been extended to major domestic and foreign financial institutions.

The initial credit extension outlay with The Leviticus 25 Plan ($18.0 trillion – assuming an 80% participation rate by U.S. citizens) would hardly be prohibitive, in light of the trillions of dollars in Federal Reserve and Treasury outlays over the past 5 years to major U.S. banking and financial institutions (Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, Bank of America, State Street Corp, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, JPMorgan Chase, Wachovia, Lehman Brothers, Wells Fargo, Bear Stearns) and major foreign financial institutions (Royal Bank of Scotland, UGS AG, Deutsche Bank AG, Barclays, Credit Suisse. Dexia, BNP Paribas).

The Federal Reserve’s various credit facilities, discount window transactions, emergency loans, Foreign Exchange swap lines, Interest on Excess Reserves (IOER) for foreign banks, and Treasury’s TARP and stimulus programs have done little to improve the financial status for the majority of American families. These government programs have also done nothing to change the dominance and risk profile of “too big to fail banks,” and they have done little to lessen the counterparty default risk in the global derivatives markets.

The time is now to balance things out, and grant U.S. citizens the same direct access to liquidity that was provided to Wall Street’s financial sector.

The Leviticus 25 Plan 2018 –  $75,000 per U.S. citizen

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New Record Highs: US Credit Card Debt, Student Loans and Auto Loans. America’s one and only debt-vaporizing economic plan: The Leviticus 25 Plan

The Fed’s massive liquidity transfusions rescued Wall Street’s financial sector during the great financial crisis. The very institutions whose subprime debt gambling binge precipitated the crisis received a ‘get out of debt free’ card.

Mains Street America paid for the subprime misdeeds of the global banking and insurance companies with lost jobs, reduced wages, foreclosed mortgages.  Retail business suffered from a crushing liquidity shrinkage.

And Main Street America received nothing of any meaningful value to restore its own financial health.

American families remain neck-deep in debt…


US Credit Card Debt Surpasses Financial Crisis Record, As Student And Auto Loans Hit New All Time High

ZeroHedge, Aug 7, 2017 – Excerpts:

[Today’s] monthly update from the Federal Reserve confirmed that as of the end of June, total revolving (i.e. credit card) credit rose to $1,021.7 billion, an increase of $4.1 billion on the month, and a new all time high, taking out the previous record high set during the summer of 2008.

Taking a closer look at the quarterly update in non-revolving debt, we find that for another consecutive quarter, both student and auto loans hit record highs, of $1.450 trillion and $1.131 trillion respectively, although there does appears to be a modest slowdown in credit issuance for these two largest categories.


Big-Government central planning, in the wake of the crisis, has led to freedom restrictions and dependence on government.

It is time for an economic acceleration plan that restores the “shining light of freedom” in America.

The Leviticus 25 Plan is a dynamic economic initiative providing direct liquidity benefits for American families, while at the same time scaling back the role of government in managing and controlling the affairs of citizens.  It is a comprehensive plan with long-term economic and social benefits for citizens and government.

The inspiration for this plan is based upon Biblical principles set forth in the Book of Leviticus, principles tendering direct economic liberties to the people.

The Leviticus 25 Plan 2018 –  $75,000 per U.S. citizen

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“He who will not apply new remedies must expect new evils.” – Sir Francis Bacon


Universal Basic Income Plans – their limited benefits and their freedom-crushing powers. There is a better way…

Universal Basic Income (UBI) – Musk, Zuckerberg, and now Richard Branson all support it in some form.

UBIs sounds good on the surface, but these plans are infected with the virus that could easily, over time, destroy freedom in America.

There is a better plan…


Billionaire Richard Branson Weighs in on Free Cash Handouts      Aug 16, 2017 – Excerpts:

 Billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson is the latest in a string of iconic businessmen to talk about cash handouts, or universal basic income, as a solution to jobs being replaced by technology.

“With the acceleration of [artificial intelligence] and other new technology … the world is changing fast,” Branson writes in a post published this week.

“A lot of exciting new innovations are going to be created, which will generate a lot of opportunities and a lot of wealth, but there is a real danger it could also reduce the amount of jobs,” he says.

“This will make experimenting with ideas like basic income even more important in the years to come.”


The positive: Universal Basic Income (UBI) plans do provide a mechanism to deliver a basic stipend for people.  This monthly stipend is normally designed to replace certain social welfare payments, so it does allow for the direct allocation of resources by the people.

The negatives:  The UBI plans are very light on details regarding how much government assistance (social welfare) these plans would eliminate.  They may therefore have very little impact on America’s entitlement spending crisis.

UBI plans would do very little, if anything, to:

  • Eliminate vast tracts of debt at the family level.
  • Generate massive government tax revenue growth and trillion dollar government budget surpluses.
  • Reignite powerful economic growth in America.

Lastly, and most importantly, UBI plans, with their modest stipends, would keep people dependent upon government for their monthly handout trickle.  Government dependence means government control.  They would keep people shackled by debt to credit institutions.

UBIs would not advance the cause of economic liberty in America.  

UBIs would, over time, lead to a freedom-crushing control of government and land the banking industry over citizens.


The Leviticus 25 Plan, on the other hand, grants citizens a direct access to liquidity on scale that would deliver massive debt reduction at the family level.  It would therefore free citizens, significantly, from the shackles of debt.

It would generate massive tax revenue growth – with an astounding  $1.02 trillion in government budget surpluses over the first five years in force.

It would re-fire America’s economic engine, generating explosive growth with long-term sustainability.

It would allow for a citizen-centered health care system, providing citizens with the freedom to allocate resources directly for the majority of their primary care needs and basic out-patient healthcare services.

And most importantly:

The Leviticus 25 Plan would restore economic liberty in America.

The time is now…

The Leviticus 25 Plan 2018 –  $75,000 per U.S. citizen

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Fed QE Liquidity Transfusions (2008 – 2013): Billions in Free Interest to… Foreign Banks

A brief review of the U.S. Federal Reserve free money handouts to foreign banks:

How The Fed Is Handing Over Billions In “Profits” To Foreign Banks Each Year   Zero Hedge 2/11/13 – Excerpts:

Fed QE flows over the past 4 years, dating back to March 2009, show that foreign banks have been the primary recipients of “cash generated by Fed excess reserves.”

Small domestic banks and large domestic bank cash reserves have been flat to modestly higher (a ‘steady’ $800 billion) over the 4-year period, while “Foreign Banks” have nearly doubled their cash reserves during that same time – from the newly created reserves.

This was confirmed by the Fed itself, which in a paper from November 2012, admitted just this when it said that “the recent unprecedented build-up of cash balances by [foreign banks] was almost entirely composed of excess reserves.”

And where does this “foreign bank” cash ‘park itself?’

Answer:  These foreign bank excess cash reserves are parked at “Reserve Banks” – currently about $954 billion, earning 0.25% interest (which the Fed decided to start paying out in December 2008).

The “Fed paid some $6 billion in interest to foreign banks, in the process subsidizing and keeping insolvent European and other foreign banks, in business and explicitly to the detriment of countless US-based banks who have to compete with Fed-funded foreign banks and who have to fire countless workers courtesy of this Fed subsidy to foreign workers.”

“From December 2008 through the last week of January [2013], the Fed has paid out some $6 billion in cash (red line) to European banks simply as interest on excess reserves:”

“But that’s just the beginning. If we are correct in assuming that QE3 will be a replica of QE2 when all the new reserves created ended up as cash on foreign bank balance sheets, it means that we can quite accurately forecast what the total foreign bank cash position will be on December 31, 2013 (as the Fed will certainly not end its open ended monetization of the US deficit before then, or likely, ever). The result: just under $2 trillion in cash held by foreign banks operating in the US, which also means that in calendar 2013, the Fed will fund and subsidize foreign banks a blended interest payment of $3.5 billion! This is entirely separate from the $2 trillion liquidity subsidy that Bernanke will also have handed out to keep these banks afloat, and is $3.5 billion that will flow right through the P&L and end up in the pockets of offshore shareholders who otherwise would very likely be wiped out had it not been for the Fed’s relentless efforts to bailout foreign banks.”


U.S. citizens deserve nothing less than the same direct access to liquidity that the Federal Reserve provided to foreign banks during the financial crisis (2008-2013).

It is time for U.S. citizens themselves to step up to the head of the line and receive their own credit extensions direct from the Federal Reserve.

It is our money, and we deserve the same direct access to it – through a Citizens Credit Facility.


The Leviticus 25 Plan 2018 –  $75,000 per U.S. citizen

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U.S. Added $1.4 Trillion to the National Debt in Fiscal 2016. Meet the Economic Acceleration Plan That Generates $1.02 Trillion Budget Surpluses…

America’s debt storm is brewing.


U.S Ends Fiscal 2016 with $1.4 trillion Debt Increase: Third Largest in History    ZeroHedge Oct 2, 2016 – Excerpts:

Submitted by Simon Black of Sovereign Man

The United States government closed out the 2016 fiscal year that ended a few days ago on Friday September 30th with a debt level of $19,573,444,713,936.79.  That’s an increase of $1,422,827,047,452.46 over last year’s fiscal year close….

In fact, the 2016 fiscal year had the THIRD largest increase in government debt in US history. The only two previous times in which the debt increased more than the 2016 fiscal year were during the financial crisis.

But there was no financial crisis in 2016. The government didn’t have to spend hundreds of billions of dollars to bail out the banks. All things considered, 2016 was a pretty normal fiscal year for the federal government. There were no major emergencies to drain taxpayer funds.

Yet they still managed to blow $1.4 trillion because this level of waste and spending is now baked into the system.

Even if they dramatically slashed spending and got rid of entire departments of the federal government, they would still be hemorrhaging cash at a rate far greater than the economy can now possibly grow.

Social Security and Medicare are now the largest parts of that financial sinkhole, and according to their own projections, their drain on the budget is growing each year. All other government spending COMBINED pales in comparison to Social Security and Medicare…

These programs consume the vast majority of US tax revenue, forcing the government to borrow mind-boggling amounts of money to fund its operations, even in good times. (Just imagine how much the debt will grow when times get tough again.)

What’s even more crazy is that Social Security and Medicare aren’t even properly funded. Both are rapidly running out of money. The programs’ annual trustee reports show that their primary trust funds will become completely depleted starting in the next few years. In fact one of Social Security’s major trust funds for Disability Insurance was actually fully depleted last year. So even though these programs are already draining taxpayer resources and forcing the government to take on more and more debt, they are in need of a HUGE bailout.

This leaves precisely ONE option: default… but on whom?


Actually, there is a SECOND option, one that has the raw power to generate massive new government tax revenues (federal, state, local) and slash expenses and… present us with a $1.02 trillion budget surplus for each of the next five year.

The Leviticus 25 Plan will eliminate massive amounts of debt at the family level, restore economic liberty, solve the entitlement crisis, and reignite America’s economic growth engine.

The Leviticus 25 Plan 2018 –  $75,000 per U.S. citizen

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The U.S. Health Care Freedom Plan: “If you like your ObamaCare, you can keep your ObamaCare.” Every other U.S. citizen will receive an ACA exemption and $25,000 in a qualified MSA.

The Affordable Care Act (ACA), or “ObamaCare,” was signed into law on March 23, 2010, with most of its provisions going into effect on January 1, 2014.  Over the past three years, despite billions of dollars in back-end subsidies to the insurance industry, major insurers have been losing money on ACA plans and abandoning state exchanges. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) reported that for ObamaCare’s second benefit year (2015), it would need to make “$7.8 billion in reinsurance payments to 497 of the 575 participating issuers nationwide,” due to contribution deficits versus payment requests within the industry (Kaiser Foundation Aug 17, 2016).

Insurance companies went on to lose approximately $2 billion on the exchanges in 2016.  United Healthcare, one of the largest insurers in America, anticipated an $850 million loss and announced plans to pull out of 27 of the 34 plans where it had been offering coverage.  Rivals Aetna, Anthem, and Humana each projected $300 million in ACA plan losses, with Aetna bailing out from 11 of 15 states (Bloomberg, Aug 17, 2016).

Cooperative health insurers like CoOportunity Health (Iowa, Nebraska), created with federal dollars under the ACA, began collapsing in 2015, rolling across the country from New York to Oregon. By August 2016, only seven of the original 23 co-ops were still operational (Forbes, Oct 29, 2015).

Healthcare premiums for consumers have been rising at double digit percentages for the past four years.  ObamaCare’s 2017 rate increases, finalized in October 2016, included an average cost increase of 25% nationally (Kaiser Family Foundation). The 10 hardest hit states are seeing premium increases average in at “62% while Arizona is officially the biggest loser with rates in Phoenix soaring 145%.”

Over a million middle class Americans have dropped coverage each of the past two years due to burdensome price increases and skyrocketing deductibles. “ObamaCare, according to the liberal New York Times (Oct 2, 2016), is “too expensive and inaccessible.”

Healthcare providers and institutions are being squeezed hard by ObamaCare penalties and reduced payment rates.  Physicians have been negatively impacted by reimbursement cuts, and ObamaCare’s non-clinical burdens and paperwork have forced many medical professionals into spending more of their precious time responding to the federal bureaucracy and less time with patients (CNN Jan 17, 2017).

A recent analysis by the Kaiser Foundation (Mar 10, 2017) estimated that 79% of hospitals in the U.S. will be hit with ObamaCare penalties totaling over a half billion dollars in fiscal 2017.

Finally, the sheer magnitude of ObamaCare’s administrative costs have been stunning.

Federal government data for establishing and operating the ACA exchanges included “costs to the federal government of operating the federally-run exchanges, federal grants to states to establish their own exchanges or for expenses relating to coordinating with a federally-run exchange, and CMS’ administrative costs related to those grants.”

In the ACA roll-out year, 2014, “The total federal cost for the ACA exchange program was $9.75 billion to enroll 6.34 million people,” a per capita administrative cost of “$1,539 for the federal government, excluding administrative costs to the insurers for enrolling and serving those individuals.” The federal administrative cost for “merely establishing the exchanges to obtain enrollees” was therefore “more than triple the total administrative cost ($414) to insurers of both enrolling and providing coverage for individuals prior to the establishment of ACA exchanges” (American Action Forum Dec 31, 2016).

Obamacare is further expected to add a massive “$273.6 billion in additional insurance overhead… an average of $1,375 per newly insured person, per year, from 2012 through 2022” (Health Affairs Blog, May 27, 2015). This overhead bonanza represents “a whopping 22.5 percent of the total estimated $2.76 trillion in all federal government spending” for the ACA during that period, according to the report’s authors.

ObamaCare is not sustainable. America needs a fresh new start in healthcare.

Congress must develop a ‘citizen-centered’ replacement model which maximizes quality and accessibility for the greatest number of Americans.  This model should redirect the hundreds of billions of dollars wasted in administrative overhang into individual Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs) for citizens to allocate directly for personal healthcare needs, specifically routine primary care and outpatient services.

The hundreds of millions of healthcare transactions each month for primary care, prescriptions, and other services should ‘not’ be run through a big-government, bloat-heavy, labyrinthine system.  Routine expenditures can, and should, appropriate ‘direct-pay’ corridors.

The U.S. Health Care Freedom Plan offers a comprehensive new dynamic to meet those ends.  It improves access and affordability and reestablishes genuine patient-provider relationships.

It comes with an added benefit:  “If you like your ObamaCare, you can keep your ObamaCare.”  Every other U.S. citizen will receive an ACA exemption and $25,000 in a qualified MSA.

The U.S. Health Care Freedom Plan honors the counsel of Buckminster Fuller:  “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”


The U.S. Health Care Freedom Plan is the only comprehensive, citizen-centered health care plan in America.  It ‘resets’ the health care industry to present a clean, efficient and responsible system.  Most importantly, this plan restores individual freedom and liberty for all participating Americans.

ObamaCare … ‘on the ropes.’ The U.S. Health Care Freedom Plan – Clean, Affordable, and Ready to Launch

Welfare Reform 2018 – It is time to end poverty with a powerful new ‘Hand Up’ strategy: The Leviticus 25 Plan

America’s status quo, ‘dead-in-the-water’ social welfare ‘hand out’ programs keep citizens mired in poverty and do little, if anything, to counter the social decay afflicting the underclass…


Welfare | Solutions 2016: Expert Analysis, Powerful Messages …


Facts and Figures

  • Today, the U.S. spends 16 times as much on welfare as it spent in the 1960s—about four times the amount needed to pull every poor family out of poverty—yet the federal poverty rate remains nearly unchanged.
  • Total spending at all levels of government on the roughly 80 federal means-tested welfare programs, which provide cash, food, housing, medical care, and social services to poor and lower-income Americans, is over $1 trillion annually.
  • Welfare is the fastest growing part of government spending. Between 1989 and fiscal year 2008, means-tested welfare spending increased by 292 percent.
  • In 1964, only 7 percent of births in America were outside marriage. Today, this number has climbed to more than 40 percent. Children in single-parent homes are more than five times as likely to be poor compared to their peers in married-parent homes.


The Leviticus 25 Plan grants U.S. citizens the same direct access to liquidity that was provided to major U.S. and foreign banks and insurers during the great financial crisis (2008-2012).


Bloomberg:  Morgan Stanley, facing a crisis of confidence after the fall of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., got a $9 billion injection from Japanese bank Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. and agreed to take a $10 billion bailout from the U.S. Treasury to shore up capital. As hedge-fund customers pulled funds out of the New York-based firm, it plugged the hole with $107.3 billion of secret loans from the Federal Reserve’s Primary Dealer Credit Facility and Term Securities Lending Facility, set up earlier in the year to supply brokerage firms with emergency financing.”

Peak amount of Debt on 9/29/2008: $107B

The Leviticus 25 Plan is America’s one and only powerhouse economic acceleration plan.

It grants all U.S. citizens the same direct liquidity access and a path to economic liberty.

For Americans living in poverty who wish to participate it offers a life-changing ‘hand up’ out of poverty – to a better life.

The Plan generates $1.02 trillion budget surpluses for each of the initial five years running.  It re-ignites America’s economic engine; it reincentivizes work and rewards ingenuity.

It is time for a powerful new economic strategy in America.

The Leviticus 25 Plan 2018 –  $75,000 per U.S. citizen

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F.A. Hayek: “Once wide coercive powers are given to governmental agencies for particular purposes, such powers cannot be effectively controlled by democratic assemblies.”

Big government central-planning is not the solution for America’s social and economic health.  It is the problem.

The Leviticus 25 Plan provides the comprehensive mechanism for decentralization in America, shifting the U.S. to a ‘citizen-driven’ economy and a ‘citizen-centered’ healthcare system.

This ‘decentralization’ would optimize the natural efficiencies of  the marketplace:  “We need decentralization because only thus can we insure that the knowledge of the particular circumstances of time and place will be promptly used.”  – F. A. Hayek

It would protect the freedom to allocate resources which are consistent with an individual’s personal values: “A society that does not recognize that each individual has values of his own which he is entitled to follow can have no respect for the dignity of the individual and cannot really know freedom.”  – F.A. Hayek

“Once wide coercive powers are given to governmental agencies for particular purposes, such powers cannot be effectively controlled by democratic assemblies.”   – F. A. Hayek

The Leviticus 25 Plan would help protect citizens from the unrelenting creep of government coercion and control: “It would scarcely be an exaggeration to say that the greatest danger to liberty today comes from the men who are most needed and most powerful in modern government, namely, the efficient expert administrators exclusively concerned with what they regard as the public good.”    –  F. A. Hayek

The Leviticus 25 Plan safeguards individual freedom and liberty for All Americans.

The Leviticus 25 Plan 2018 –  $75,000 per U.S. citizen

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