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Or have been. And of course they’ve been funding the Iraq war, funding the US government debt. About 50 percent of US treasuries are now owned by foreigners. The United States is essentially owned by foreign central banks, and this creates, I think, a real serious problem for the United States in terms of its room for maneuver politically. Obviously, those central banks have no interest in crashing the US economy—they have a lot of interest in keeping the US economy afloat, but at what price? There’s a lot of chatter about to what degree we’re going to face an inflation crisis in the next few years.
The initial phase sold out quickly, and many people who lived there decided to invest in the last phase of development and buy some units in order to resell them—and it’s like it’s a movie set or something. It’s like a neutron bomb went off, there’s no one there. n+1: Could we squat in them with our magazine? HFM: I wouldn’t encourage you to break the law but I do think that squatters in the East Village or wherever, we should tell them they’re better off there—they don’t need to live in a building with no power or water and rats and garbage.
N+1: And the Treasury, those guys are tough? HFM: Well Hank Paulson is tough, yeah. It was very strange because the Fed providing liquidity to Bear Stearns is kind of unprecedented. It’s not regulated by the Fed and if it turns out that the Fed finds that an institution like Bear Stearns is so integral to the smooth functioning of the financial system that it needs to bail it out, it makes you wonder whether the regulatory regime needs to be pretty radically overhauled. n+1: And the Fed has more money than anyone?