English | 736 pages | ISBN-10: 1930748035 | PDF | 44.21 MB
To begin understanding how the world's power structure operates as we enter the third millennium, citizens must first become aware of certain monetary concepts.
On a national level the behavior of the stock exchanges in the late 1990's appeared to break free of any connection to the real world. As if by magic, wealth and power were quickly and effortlessly amassed and concentrated, as never before, into the hands of a small part of the populace. At the same time growing numbers of normal working people were placed under greater financial stress, falling behind into debt or even bankruptcy. Such developments threaten American Democracy, especially when they occur together.
While financial promoters hailed the coming of a "new era" of ever rising share prices, it was clear to many that something was seriously wrong - but exactly what was it? When the markets began to falter, people were vaguely aware of a monetary cause of the predicament and just before September 11,2001, the Federal Reserve Chairman's image alternated between "hero" and "rogue," depending on who was asked.
While September 11th was a tragedy for most good people around the world, it has also provided some with a convenient "cover story" to take the blame for the results of flawed systems and policies - dilemmas that were fast coming home to roost anyway.
However, these problems go beyond the shortcomings of any individual and are rooted in the false structure of our monetary system. To understand how America is currently mis-ruled requires that we understand the real monetary causes of the difficulties. To solve them will require that our money system be based in law - not in lies.
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