Inside Job: Frederic Mishkin – Have Faith in Central Banks?
Inside Job is the first Hollywood produced film to explore the causes of the 2008 financial implosion. This clip, featuring Frederic Mishkin, shows the blatant arrogance that underlies power elite players who are standing on the front line of America's financial and education system.
Frederic Mishkin has been a professor at the Columbia Business School since 1983 and also very involved with the Federal Reserve, even serving on the Board of Governors of the Fed from 2006 to 2008.
Dr. Frederic Mishkin, like most establishment economists, is sort of a hired gun for the monetary elite, apparently serving as an expert when needed to promote whatever course of action is desired by the Anglo-American establishment. Mishkin was born in New York City on January 11, 1951 and received a B.S. and Ph.D degree from MIT.
In the age of the thought-driven Internet Reformation, the actions of people like Mishkin speak for themselves. It is exactly this type of confidence-destroying transparency that threatens to upend power elite plans to erect one-world governance – plans that have been built upon a system built upon pillars of confidence which are rapidly eroding.