Maybe history will remember Bernanke as a warrior King. An economists who led a war against the lower class and Third Worlds, to better humanity. I hope that is not the case, but history is written by the victors, and Bernanke, through and by his fascist policy, is wrecking havoc on the world.
Rice prices are quadrupling, which is putting Asia on edge. Africa is having a hard time affording food too, which is why they began to rise up against the system; and it was the system that they rose up against; it was not against any single person: it was against the system. The CIA have tried to manipulate the situation, but they have had little effect. More than anything, it is economics that is doing the heavy lifting of bankrupting the world, and the poor are the first to suffer.
The poor in America suffer too. Gas is too expensive to make minimum wage for those who do, and to drive around trying to live the American dream. Food prices are high, and food stamps are not sufficient to live the dream. Maybe the dream was not a fine goal, but wealth is still disproportionate across the board, and until it is distributed more evenly, there is room to complain.
The greater good is just that; the good lies in the collective: separate we are at the whim of nature, and nature is not a force to face alone. In time, even the rich will face the destiny that we have chosen, that we haveasked for, and it will hit them as it hits everybody. If Bernanke thinks he is doing the work of a god, he is mistaken. He is endangering everyone, including himself.