This month we look at banking and finance, the underpinnings for any political system, and introduce a fascinating book that illustrates one man’s personal awakening about the United States’ role in the global economy.
The banking sector of the Western world is creating a global debt machine that is sucking the life out of the economy, transferring wealth from the middle classes to the elites who control the creation of money. Find out how this works and what you can do about it!
1) Renaissance 2.0
From the Council on Spiritual, Psychological, and Economic Renewal. In this 6 part video course, discover how the banking system has evolved globally, and taken politics along with it, and what we can do to “brighten the future.”
2) Andrew Gause analyzes the “Financial Reform” bill
Ever wonder what was in that gigantic financial reorganization bill Congress passed recently? It is over 2,300 pages! I can guarantee that no one in Congress has read the entire bill, yet it was voted on and passed anyway.
Well, noted currency historian Andrew Gause HAS read all 2,300+ pages of the bill, and he discusses it in this radio interview with an independent Austin, Texas radio station. This is important information for all Americans.
Part 1 of 9 ten minute You Tube videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owzPAEaZ0jw&feature=related
3) Confessions of an Economic Hit-Man by John Perkins
Here is a personal story of what we have been discussing in 1) and 2).
Mr. Perkins wrote his book in 2004 after a career in an international consulting firm, covertly working for the National Security Agency. This memoir is well written, informative, and eye-opening.
Now an international best-seller, Perkins says about his book: “It is accomplishing an important objective in inspiring people to think and talk and to know that we can change the world.”
Thomas Jefferson said in 1802:
‘I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow
private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will
grow up around the banks will deprive the people of all property – until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers
Kenneth J. M. MacLean