The truth is a beach ball. You can spin it, distort it, ignore it, or push it under the water. But it has a way of popping back up.
by James Corbett
The International Forecaster
The truth is a beach ball. You can spin it, distort it, try to knock it out of the way or shove it under the water but it will always pop back up. That’s why the talking heads of the MSM generally just try to ignore it. But it’s there. It persists. It makes itself known.
Today let’s look at five recent examples of how the MSM had to admit the truth about this phoney-baloney fantasyland economy.
1) The Fed caused 93% of the rise in stocks since Lehman
The extraordinary 7 year bull run in the Dow and S&P (complete with the best quarterly comeback since 1933) is a central bank created bubble that rests on no actual economic fundamentals.