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The more I watch "The Money Masters" the more I understand. It is so full of information that it requires multiple viewings.
It's interesting how anything that goes against the bankers seems to get deleted on Wikipedia or labeled as "racist" such as Eustace Mullins who wrote the first book about the Federal Reserve.
- There is a link on the website for requesting interviews.
- 719-930-7549 |email@example.com
- Zerohedge: Top 15 Economic Truth Documentaries – many of these videos get taken down by Youtube because of copyright issues so I am including a list below
List of Documentaries
- Overdose: The Next Financial Crisis – Directed by Martin Borgs
- 97% Owned – Directed by Peter Joseph
- Money as Debt 1, Directed by Paul Grignon
- Money As Debt 2, Directed by Paul Grignon
- Money As Debt 3, Directed by Paul Grignon
- The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of The World by Niall Ferguson
- Fiat Empire – Why the Federal Reserve Violates the U.S. Constitution, Directed by Matrixx Entertainment Corporation
- Money, Banking, and The Federal Reserve System, Produced by Ludwig von Mises Institute
- The Crash Of 1929 – Produced by Ellen Hovde and Muffie Meyer
- Enron, The Smartest Guys In The Room, Directed by Alex Gibney
- MeltDown – The Secret History of the Global Financial Collapse – by Doc Zone
- The Take – by Avi Lewis
- The Money Masters, Directed Bill Still
- I.O.U.S.A – Directed by Patrick Creadon
- The Last Days Of Lehman Brothers
- All Wars are Banker's wars
NSA is being used to monitor and eavesdrop on Congress Senate Supreme Court and Organs of the Executive BranchFriday, August 7th, 2015
Just as I have imagined out loud the NSA is being used at the highest levels of the Ruling Oligarchy to gain leverage over government actors. This is likely why John Robert's rulings on ObamaCare went the way they did.
How central banks manipulate markets to attain their desired outcomes.
The Secret Recordings of Carmen Segarra The Goldman Sachs and New York Federal Reserve Bank RelationshipSunday, September 28th, 2014
I wondered why the guys voice was rather nancy boy and then I saw the site is affiliated with NPR.
What have you heard about Bill Clinton? Have you paid attention. I was not a fan of Slick Willy. I actively dislike liars. However I discounted the stories of corruption because they came at me in a disjointed fashion through the mainstream media. This video lays out the circumstances of his rise to power. If you still doubt after watching the full video then ponder the following
- I grew up in a town of 5000 people. In my entire 18 years there was never a murder. How many occurred in tiny Mena, Arkansas? ( population = 5,637 )
- How many people do you know who have been murdered? 0? 5? 25? Do you even know anyone who knows someone who has been murdered?
- White Water land deal appears to be about bilking old people out of their retirement savings. Are you ok with that?
- How people do you know that have been indicted?
- How many people have you been involved with or even just known of through a second party that have committed suicide?
- Have you ever taken a mattress up a tree and lived for 4 months in a public location? Do you think it would accomplish anything? Or is it just a look at me maneuver? Is this person capable of out of the ordinary unpleasant things?
All these lists are very long with Bill Clinton. It suggests there is good reason to believe the Coke and Pepsi theory of politics. If you go against the corruption you are weeded from the gene pool. This video confirms my position that the only way to minimize the effect of corruption on the lives of Americans is to insure government is tiny. Not just small but tiny. It also confirms to me that wanting more government is functionally a soft form of corruption.
Do you trust government?
Do you think Rand Paul was wrong when he said the civil rights act of 1964 theoretically goes too far when it bans discrimination in a private business? If you do then you are substantively against private property rights. Keep that in mind as you watch Broken Rainbow. Had the Navaho and Hopi been treated according to the morality and legal philosophy of a libertarian they would have been compensated for their land. Instead we played by the rules of the Neofeudalist class. Since Navaho and Hopi did not have many votes to offer they were run over. By not believing in private property and libertarianism you open the door to all manner of "sharp operators". Many of whom end up in the United States Government.
Note when watching this video that the left romanticize primitive cultures and would have you believe several obviously false things. They would have you believe had the native americans not been hoodwinked by actors in the U.S. Government and Peabody coal that they would have refused to allow mining on their land. This is a tall assumption. A more plausible reality is that the price paid by Peabody and company would have risen to market value and the Navaho and Hopi would have sold out sooner or later.
The left sees opportunity in people treated shabbily. However their eyes are always on making names for themselves or opening new territories in legal standing and representation. This is not unlike opening wide open frontier land with little competition. What would you expect? So many of them are lawyers. If they do not see a chance for recovering on your claim you will get very little love from them.