söndag 23 december 2012

Expose Cinema: Bill Still

Expose Cinema presents an interview with Bill Still. Featured on the program is a clip from his latest documentary film "The Secret of Oz."

Mr. Still is an author and documentary film maker, best known for his documentary "The Money Masters" and it covers the history of money and the Federal Reserve System.

lördag 15 december 2012

G. Edward Griffin - The Collectivist Conspiracy

G. Edward Griffin is a writer and documentary film producer with many successful titles to his credit. He is well known because of his talent for researching difficult topics and presenting them in clear terms that all can understand. He has dealt with such diverse subjects as archaeology and ancient Earth history, the Federal Reserve System and international banking, terrorism, internal subversion, the history of taxation, U.S. foreign policy, the science and politics of cancer therapy, the Supreme Court, and the United Nations. Mr. Griffin is a graduate of the University of Michigan where he majored in speech and communications. He is also the creator of the Reality Zone Audio Archives, and is President of American Media, a publishing and video production company. Don’t miss this excellent hour as we cover the collectivist conspiracy, including the ideology and nature of a collectivist. We’ll hear about Cecil Rhodes, and the secret society most have no clue about. But first Mr. Griffin explains how the anger of the Occupy movement was misdirected. We also address the subject of capitalism. G. Edward explains how collectivism, replaced capitalism in America a long time ago. We’ll cover the model of collectivism and how it manifests. Mr. Griffin warns of "full term collectivism, "100% government and 0% freedom that will end in totalitarianism. We’ll also talk about Soviet Russia, communism and draw parallels with American and Europe today. The hour ends discussing people’s fear of freedom. G. Edward Griffin offers a solution in the end.

lördag 8 december 2012

Debt Free Money

An interview with Bill Still, film-maker of 'The Money Masters' and 'The Secret of Oz' explains why we are going through a financial crisis and offers his solutions to the ever increasing debt curve.

Stephen Zarlenga interview

Sedan ang Austrian School

The first 2 minutes of Max Keiser's latest is so interesting regarding the von Mises Institute.


Many are questioning now -- for the first time -- the previously accepted dogma that gold is good. Why do smart folks like Peter Schiff, Ed Griffin and Ron Paul refuse to take a fresh look at this question when they are spouting the same philosophy that J.P. Morgan espoused 100 years ago.

My take on Ed Griffin is that he is a patriot and well-intended. He, like Ron Paul, grew up at that time when the von Mises folks were in their ascendency. Their real agenda was hidden. Schiff, Griffin and Paul would have to admit they were wrong. They would have to admit that the von Mises/old school Libertarians were -- at best -- nothing but anarchists -- and worse than that, plutocrats. 

The von Mises folk believe that the average person is too stupid to effectively participate in self-governance, so, therefore, all governance should default to non-governance??? History clearly shows that a state of non-governance will quickly default into the hands of the few -- the crown and its banks -- plutocracy. In either case, they do not believe in humanity's thousand-year great experiment in self-governance. 

Freedom is a delicate balance between too much governance and too little. What the von Mises folk won't admit is that serfdom exists at either end of that balance. Von Mises folk don't realize that the anarchism professed openly by Prof. Murray Rothbard & company does not yield maximal human political freedom. Nature abhors a vacuum. Every anarchy in world history is followed in short order by tyranny and maximal centralization of power. 

Ed Griffin and Ron Paul would rather go to their graves than admit they had swallowed this poison pill of the last 4 decades, hook, line and sinker.

I'm studying J.P. Morgan and the Rockefellers right now. Morgan constantly supported the gold standard calling it "sound money." He also considered himself a pirate -- oops, I mean a "privateer" -- in the service of the British Crown and the City. That's why he called all 4 of his yachts, "Corsair", and painted them black. Not surprisingly, he stopped short of flying the "Jolly Roger", however. 

Gold money is the ultimate centralization of the money power. Yes, it IS sound money. The quantity is easily controlled, but it does not democratize the money power to operate to the benefit of we, the people. It centralizes it into the hands of those few best able to buy up the commodity serving as the monetary base -- gold. This would, in fact, be the bankers.

I believe that a sovereign money must serve the public interest -- by definition.
I believe that gold money does not serve the public interest.
I believe power should be decentralized to the maximum extent which is politically practical. Too much decentralization slips over into anarchy and yields the same as too much centralization in the first place.

So Conclution:

In a world where gold is money the wealthy has the political power
In a world there credit is money (as it is today) the banks has the political power
In a world where the goverment creates is own debt free money and the system is ruled by law (equal to all) the people has the power.

söndag 2 december 2012

Monetary Refom - Fractional Reserve Lending

Much is discussed right now about how to reform the monetary system given the evident flaws we now see appearing in front of our eyes.

Many, many times in history has the economy gotten in to very deep problems after it has gone back to a e.g. a gold standard. In fact it is not the fact money today is a fiat rather than something of worth that constitutes the problem. The real big problem we need to get away from is the privatization and centralization of money via the private banking interests and first and foremost get rid of the completely and utterly insane fractional banking system. This as it allows for private banking interests to create booms and busts (the so called business cycle) in the economy by the creation of credit that in fact is money out of this air and that then banks have the nerve also charge interest on that fraudulent behavior.

Bottom line:

in a world where money is defined as welth e.g. gold and or silver - the wealthy has the power

In a world where money is defined as credit, that is it is loaned in to existens via the fractional banking system as it is today - the private bankers rule the world.

The people rule in a world where the creation of money is made debt free via the goverment in a decentralized faschion far out of reach of centralised private hands. 


Hugo Price and Max Keiser can save Greece, edited for English