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Threatening to kill the president is not freedom of Speech -- Mike Rivero


What Really Happened: Michael Rivero (Mike Rivero) Friday 2/17/17










THE HOST Mike Rivero is the host of the What Really Happened radio shows on the Republic Broadcasting Network and webmaster of whatreallyhappened.com, now in its 22nd year. Both the radio show and website enjoy a large and growing global audience. He is a frequent guest on talk-radio and has appeared in television programs such as History Channel’s “America’s Book of Secrets.” Mike Rivero’s background is as eclectic as his radio show and website. Formerly with NASA, Mike transitioned his image processing skills (along with a brief stint as a child actor) into the then-new computer animation field, starting with award winning commercials, then working on films such as “Star Trek”, “The Day After Tomorrow”, and later supervising visual effects on “Brainscan”, “LOST”, and “Hawaii Five-0”. Mike Rivero has taken a sabbatical from film work to focus all his efforts on peace activism. Mike Rivero’s foray into blogging began before the word was even invented, and happened almost by accident when he spotted a suspicious photograph being broadcast on ABC news in 1994 related to the murder of White House Deputy Counsel Vincent Foster.Since that abrupt beginning, What Really Happened, both website and radio show, has expanded to cover diverse topics including the assassinations, the accidental shoot-down of TWA 800, election fraud, health issues, Saddam’s non-existent nuclear weapons, 9-11, the economy, and the ongoing propaganda used to trick the American people into wars of conquest in Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, and other nations. Mike Rivero currently resides in Hawaii with his wife Claire, who is a composer, choir conductor, and creates much of theme music used on the What Really Happened radio show, as well as occasionally participating as a commentator.














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Fake News Nazi Hunters

 Faith Goldy says the Media Party came to TheRebel.media's free speech rally to hunt for "Nazis." They didn't find any, so Faith wants to help them out...

















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How the Paris Riots Started & How to End It

Electre, a French activist and nationalist, talks about the ongoing riots in France after an African man claimed he was anally assaulted by French police. She'll tell about the current horrible conditions in France after mass immigration and what should be done about it.


















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Trump's Inherited Disaster Awaits -- Mike Maloney

  History shows that once or twice in a generation a global crisis comes along that radically devastates people’s way of life. A fundamental shift so big and drastic and overwhelming that it destroys their standard of living and impacts every area of their lives. We are about to experience one of those events…As Mike Maloney outlines in his brand new episode of the Hidden Secrets of Money, that next major event is deflation. And the culprit will be a relatively obscure monetary term that will impact virtually every area of your life: money velocity. You may not know exactly what money velocity means, but we will all soon experience it firsthand. In fact, money velocity will be the culprit of not just deflation, but the resulting inflation—and maybe hyperinflation—that will immediately follow. [Mike refers to it as “currency” velocity, a more accurate term, since true “money” is gold and silver.] The good news is, there is a way to protect yourself and even profit from these upcoming crises. History shows that on the opposite side of every crisis, there is an equal opportunity…























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FULL: President Donald Trump Speech on Boeing 787 Dreamliner Aircraft Unveiling HD 2/17/17
















LIVE STREAM: President Donald Trump Holds Speech On Boeing 787 Dreamliner Aircraft Charleston, SC 2/17/17 Boeing Aircraft Manufacturing Remarks at the Unveiling of the New Boeing 787 Dreamliner Aircraft NEXT EVENT: Rally Florida at Orlando Melbourne Airport America Back To Work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qE3XB... Watch Live President Donald Trump Speech In Charleston South Carolina At The Boeing Company Facility Delivering Live Remarks. Donald Trump Will Be Holding A Speech On The New Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner Aircraft Live From Charleston South Carolina at 1:00 PM ET. Will speak at the unveiling of Boeing's newest aircraft in North Charleston Friday, according to Boeing officials and Press Secretary Sean Spicer. Depart the White House for Joint Base Andrews Enroute to Boeing Plant in South Carolina – South Lawn Arrives in North Charleston, South Carolina – Charleston International Airport Meet with Dennis Muilenburg, the Chairman of the Board, President, and CEO of the Boeing Company – Boeing Company Facility Tour the Boeing facility – Boeing Factory Offer remarks at the unveiling of the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft – Boeing Factory Tour the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft – Boeing Factory Depart North Charleston, South Carolina en route to West Palm Beach, Florida – Charleston International Airport









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Prophecy Update End Time Headlines 2/17/17



 A fast-paced highlight and review of the major news stories and headlines that relate to Bible Prophecy and the End Times…

All the signs of the last days are converging at the same time. Bible Prophecy is happening right before our eyes and like birth pains, the predicted events are happening more frequently and more intently. Never, in the history throughout the world have so many forces, including economic, scientific, techno-logic, ecologic, cultural, geopolitical, moral, spiritual and religion, converged together to bring this world that's already teetering over the edge into the abyss, to a point of no return. Jesus said when you see all these signs happening, know that I am near, even at the door.



















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Will Trump KILL The Fed? -- G. Edward Griffin








Transcript : alright well our next guest needs very 0:09 little introduction he is the author of 0:11 the best-selling book the creature from 0:13 jekyll island a second look at the 0:15 federal reserve now in its fifth edition 0:19 and 30 second printing his name 0:22 the author is G Edward Griffin and it's 0:25 great to have you back on follow the 0:26 money radio well thank you Gary 0:29 appreciate your inviting me back 0:31 absolutely what we've had you on now 0:32 several times we've spent time mainly in 0:35 the past delving into your book that 0:38 creature from jekyll island a second 0:40 look at the Federal Reserve this book it 0:43 has impacted so many people including 0:45 myself 0:47 it is a book as you've described in the 0:49 past on this podcast as a really good 0:52 doorstop because it's so thick but at 0:54 the same time it is filled with 0:57 information that at the time was 1:00 probably very difficult to write because 1:03 you are breaking new ground relying upon 1:05 very little as compared to what we have 1:08 today and today of course 1:10 everywhere I go now and I'm anytime I 1:12 hear a story about the Fed or anytime 1:14 i'm seeing some sort of online 1:16 discussion board about the Fed there you 1:18 are and they're your book is because at 1:21 you have made a massive impact in the 1:24 world of monetary economics here in the 1:26 United States i'm really curious as we 1:28 get started 1:29 just give us your general finger on the 1:31 pulse take of what you think about 2016 1:35 the chances for qe4 are we going to see 1:38 rate i just talked about the Fed for a 1:40 moment 1:40 well sure that's a little unusual for me 1:42 because usually we started you know 1:44 historically at the other end and come 1:46 up to the present but i like the idea of 1:49 starting with the present because that's 1:50 where the action is of course but it 1:53 makes it a little difficult to make my 1:56 ideas sound rational if we don't 1:58 understand a little bit about the Fed 2:00 but nevertheless that the risk so let's 2:02 test see where we go with it 2:03 my idea about where we're headed with 2:06 the chances for qe4 and that sort of 2:08 thing is that we have no other place to 2:11 go because the old saying is you can't 2:14 get the spots off of the leopard federal 2:18 reserve system is a creature 2:20 and it's designed to do a certain thing 2:22 and only that thing it's a cartel jump 2:26 back a little bit of history and make 2:28 sure that our listeners understand that 2:30 we're not talking about a government 2:31 agency 2:32 we're not talking about an institution 2:35 that is responsive to the political 2:37 patterns of the day or the political 2:40 opinions are the pressures is completely 2:42 independent it's a cartel no different 2:45 than a banana cartel or an oil cartel 2:47 happens to be a banking cartel and it 2:50 was given the authority of government 2:53 coercion back in nineteen thirteen when 2:56 the federal reserve the act was passed 2:58 into law all of a sudden this cartel 3:00 agreement between the banks for their 3:03 own regulation that was made into law 3:06 with that great accomplishment bridgend 3:09 accomplishment on their part 3:11 now that means that all Americans must 3:13 comply with a private banking cartel or 3:16 outside they'll be violating the law 3:18 which means that go to prison and so 3:20 since the for everybody knows that if 3:22 you go to prison for not doing something 3:24 they assume therefore that's the 3:26 government that behind it you know you 3:29 get half credit for that 3:30 it's a private institution is a banking 3:32 cartel but they they enlisted the power 3:34 of government to enforce their edicts so 3:37 now we have president we have this 3:39 monster this creature in place and is 3:41 designed to serve the interests of the 3:43 banks and it's not that even though they 3:46 talked a lot about you know protecting 3:48 the economy and and controlling 3:50 inflation and encouraging employment and 3:53 all these good things that they have to 3:54 say in order to make it sound like they 3:56 really give a hoop about the people that 3:58 they say those things but in when you 4:00 follow what they actually do everything 4:02 they do is to enhance the power of the 4:04 prestige and the profit margins of the 4:06 banking institutions because that's the 4:09 kind of the creature it is it's a 4:11 banking cartel 4:12 so now what does that mean in terms of 4:15 what we can look forward to in the 4:16 future all a banking cartel can do all 4:20 that ever wants to do for its own 4:22 interest of course is to expand the 4:24 money supply to expand the money supply 4:26 is the solution to all problems as far 4:28 as the banks are concerned that he said 4:31 the money supply is the inventory of the 4:33 banks 4:34 banks make money well in two ways they 4:36 actually manufactured but that they 4:38 don't make money by manufacturing and 4:40 they can't just printed and then spend 4:42 it what they do is they printed and 4:44 blended it doesn't really go into 4:47 circulation until somebody steps up to 4:49 the bank window and says hey we want to 4:51 borrow some money 4:52 well if the bank has plenty of money to 4:55 lend an unlimited supply of money to 4:57 lend 4:58 well that's that's good that means they 4:59 can lower interest rates and because you 5:03 know you if you're making money out of 5:05 literally nothing manufacturing it out 5:07 of nothing you don't have to charge a 5:09 lot of interest to show a profit and 5:12 that's why they like to be at this power 5:14 of being able to create money to land 5:16 rather than having to solicit depositors 5:20 to deposit money into the banks 5:22 it's the banks are limited to only what 5:24 depositors put into the bank's they have 5:27 a lot less money to lend a lot less 5:30 money that land and they only make money 5:32 by lending money so you can see right 5:34 away what the self-interest is there and 5:36 having what they like to call an elastic 5:38 money supply is because they can just 5:41 create the money and lend it lower the 5:43 interest rates move the interest rates 5:45 to whatever level it needs to be to get 5:47 the customers to come in and borrow and 5:49 pay that interest so knowing that that's 5:52 the nature of the beast man is easy to 5:55 predict I think to predict what is going 5:57 to happen they're going to have a QE 4 5 6:01 6 and that's all they know how to do 6:02 anything else that they were to do like 6:05 either restricted retract the money 6:08 supply or restricted to a certain fixed 6:11 level would be devastating to the profit 6:13 margins of the banking industry because 6:16 that would restrict their inventory 6:18 would restrict their their ability to 6:19 make loans and that sort of thing so 6:22 that now getting to the short answer to 6:25 your question yeah they're going to 6:26 continue to expand the money supply and 6:29 they'll always do that as long as they 6:31 exist i'm curious as you look at the 6:34 overall economy 6:35 you also have this book as we talked 6:38 about the creature from jekyll island 6:39 that you wrote many years ago and all of 6:42 this stuff is unfolding all of this 6:44 stuff is beginning to unfold we saw in 6:46 two thousand 6:47 we saw the lead up to it before 2008 you 6:50 called it in your chapter bailout is the 6:52 name of the game 6:54 I mean you've been talking about this 6:56 and it's interesting how people have 6:58 responded you have people like a mutual 7:01 friend of ours 7:01 robert kiyosaki he's a friend of the 7:03 show he really adores your work and what 7:06 he tapped into was he understood what 7:08 you were saying and he said ok I get the 7:11 fact that everything is debt so i'm 7:13 going to go out and i'm going to 7:14 leverage the debt for my benefit 7:17 so he actually learned how to use the 7:19 system for his benefit knowing that the 7:22 system is going to eventually implode 7:25 because it's unsustainable i'm curious 7:28 how you approach it you always have 7:30 people on both sides so you have robert 7:32 kiyosaki who is taking your information 7:34 is is mesmerized by it and strongly 7:36 believes in it and he has reacted to it 7:38 in this way then you have other people 7:40 who read your book and they go out and 7:43 they buy gold and they put it underneath 7:44 the ground and they say you know I don't 7:46 know what to do i'm worried how here's 7:48 my question to you at how have you 7:50 responded personally from the knowledge 7:52 that you know what end of the spectrum 7:55 have you been on your own personal 7:56 investments and how do you and what 7:59 advice would you have of course you're 8:01 not a financial advisor but think about 8:02 that 18 year old kid who's just getting 8:04 out of high school he doesn't know of 8:07 course he should read your book but he 8:08 doesn't know much of that information 8:10 what would you tell somebody who's 8:11 coming out of high school 8:13 how should they prepare for a debt-based 8:15 world and what have you done to protect 8:17 yourself 8:18 well first of all I'd like to respond to 8:20 Robert Kiyosaki's analysis of the 8:23 situation and his model of how to deal 8:25 with it i really don't disagree with 8:27 that it and it may sound like that 8:28 contradictory but I think we have to 8:30 understand 8:31 Robert is not talking about going into 8:34 debt for consumption purposes he's not 8:37 saying going into debt buy a bigger 8:39 house or a yacht or take a trip around 8:41 the world or anything like that he is 8:43 specifically looking at real estate 8:45 investments and you could look at other 8:47 types of investments but is it happens 8:49 to be real estate and he is simply 8:52 saying that it 8:53 inflation is going to happen because the 8:56 of this debt cycle that i was talking 8:58 about earlier the expansion of the money 9:00 supply 9:01 then for business purposes not for 9:03 personal purposes but for business 9:05 purposes and creating cash flow he say 9:08 let's take advantage of that while it 9:10 lasts 9:11 we know it's all going to hand it in a 9:13 horrible spot but right now we can 9:15 either stand at it look at it with 9:17 horror on our faces or we can try and 9:19 manipulate it and jump in and take 9:21 advantage of it and make some money 9:23 along the way and that's what is basic 9:25 plan is but however when he says money 9:28 that we have to be very careful because 9:30 it's several definitions of money in one 9:33 of his really good lines is you know you 9:36 shouldn't work for money you should put 9:37 money to work for you and it's kind of a 9:39 tricky thing in it is right but the 9:41 point is that when when Robert makes his 9:44 cash flow and it comes in and all of a 9:47 sudden he has more dollars at the end of 9:49 the month when he did at the beginning 9:50 of the month 9:51 what does he do with those extra federal 9:53 reserve notes 9:54 well lot to me to a large extent will 9:56 turn around and put it back into the 9:57 system again and parlay that process but 10:00 to a another extent he will take it and 10:02 buy gold now that is real money or if 10:05 you exist let's say it's a different 10:07 form of money 10:08 it's a more reliable desirable for money 10:11 perhaps but anyway so Robert is not 10:13 opposed to money just what he says money 10:16 he's talking about federal reserve notes 10:18 or fed our fiat money currency that is 10:20 not backed by anything but Robert is a 10:23 strong believer of gold and silver and 10:25 that sort of thing which is the ultimate 10:27 money so we have to understand he's not 10:29 read to talking about something 10:31 different than what I am and I would 10:33 advocate that anybody who has the 10:35 aptitude and the business ability the 10:39 personality that drive the perspective 10:41 the education the background knowledge 10:43 did pursue investments of that kind 10:46 putting money into an expanding currency 10:49 system that they should do it because it 10:51 would be to their benefit but not 10:54 everybody is in that category of face it 10:56 Robert isn't a genius at that and the 10:59 people who do this spend their lives 11:00 learning and practicing and studying and 11:03 following the changes that are 11:05 constantly going on so it's not for 11:07 everyone and that's my point for now for 11:09 the student coming out of school 11:11 it's not ready for that yet you better 11:13 get an education 11:14 you better study the real estate market 11:16 or whatever market is into if he wants 11:19 to go into minerals or or whatever it is 11:22 art or anything that you have to become 11:24 an expert so it takes a lot of 11:25 experience and knowledge before you can 11:28 start to play the game because in an 11:30 expanding economy 11:31 yeah it is easy to make a profit because 11:33 it you know prices are always going up 11:35 you can buy now and she'll later it at 11:38 higher prices not because the value went 11:40 up because the the dollar went down so 11:43 it's easy just to look like you're 11:44 making a profit in such a the economy 11:46 but if they all those economies also 11:49 have tips you know they're they're 11:51 volatile they go up up up and then down 11:53 then up up down up down down up down and 11:56 if you're not really careful when you 11:58 don't really understand what you're 12:00 doing you could be wiped out at one of 12:02 those dips so it's a dangerous game and 12:04 you have it's not a bad game I mean any 12:07 real games football is a dangerous game 12:09 we've got a lot of people to play 12:10 football and so forth so I'm not saying 12:12 you shouldn't play football but you 12:14 better know how to play football if 12:16 you're going to go out in the field and 12:17 play against professionals and you 12:19 better have the right protection gear on 12:21 and maybe that's a good analogy 12:23 so for the student coming out of school 12:25 I would not recommend going out and 12:28 playing in the in the big markets 12:30 against the big players you might dabble 12:32 a little bit and learn as you go 12:34 now for the person who is sort of in the 12:36 middle of life are approaching the 12:37 retirement years this i don't know this 12:39 it doesn't sound to me like a very smart 12:42 thing to do i'm in that category 12:44 I'm one of those people that's trying to 12:46 put away investigation li I think of the 12:49 day may come when I may not be able to 12:51 get out there and and and play that 12:53 football game as hard as I used to 12:55 so I'm looking for the shot landing and 12:57 people who maybe don't have the aptitude 13:00 to be competitive and aggressive and all 13:02 about in the marketplace ought to be 13:05 thinking about that position earlier in 13:07 light so there's no there's no single 13:10 answer that pitch to everyone and I 13:12 think as long as it is we understand 13:14 that the economy is as we think about is 13:18 going in my view at least is going to 13:20 crash and you better get whatever plan 13:23 you have you better have that event 13:26 pretty well included in your plan 13:28 in your contingency what happened then 13:31 and what happens when you can no longer 13:34 rely on currency and you're practically 13:37 a near Barbara's stage or and this is 13:40 even worse or you have to depend on the 13:42 government for literally everything you 13:44 know what happens then 13:46 do you have any way to protect yourself 13:48 from becoming a sort of a surf in the 13:51 system and serving your lords and 13:53 masters who are giving you your the 13:54 benefits of food clothing shelter 13:56 medical care education all these things 13:59 if you don't want to wind up like that 14:01 you better be thinking in terms of 14:03 putting something away that has lasting 14:06 purchasing power other than dollars and 14:10 so that's that's my answer and I think 14:12 everybody should have that ultimate view 14:14 in mind no matter if they want to play 14:16 the aggressive game meanwhile they ought 14:18 to be thinking about the end of the game 14:20 listen to the voice of G Edward Griffin 14:22 he is the author of the best-selling 14:24 book very influential book the creature 14:27 from jekyll island a second look at the 14:29 Federal Reserve is now in its fifth 14:31 edition in 30 second printing and I want 14:34 to talk to you about the upcoming red 14:36 pill expo want to talk about that in a 14:38 moment but before we do let's switch 14:40 gears just for a minute and talk about 14:42 this crash that you're referring to i 14:45 would assume for having read your book 14:48 knowing you're having you on this 14:49 program several times i'm guessing that 14:52 you're talking about the day that the 14:53 Fed loses credibility 14:55 let's talk about how that may unfold we 14:58 saw recently with the 911 story you've 15:01 been hammering the 911 story for some 15:04 time and then we saw the Saudi Arabia 15:08 come into the crosshairs the kingdom of 15:10 saudi arabia came into the crosshairs 15:11 they've been in the mainstream media 15:13 lately the petro dollar system now 15:15 influx were suddenly seeing all of the 15:18 stuff that we haven't seen bantered 15:20 about in the mainstream press with Saudi 15:23 Arabia all over it and now of course we 15:26 just witnessed and I hate to date this 15:27 program but you know one of the worst if 15:30 not the worst mass shooting in US 15:32 history just occurred over the weekend 15:34 by gentleman by the name of Omar mateen 15:36 he was a shooter in orlando killed 49 15:39 people injured 53 other people 15:41 he was traveling back and forth to saudi 15:43 arabia saudi arabia has given lots and 15:46 lots and lots much more so much more 15:48 support than Iran or one of these other 15:50 countries that we constantly complain 15:52 about in the mainstream press so here's 15:55 my question 15:56 saudi arabia and how it is playing into 16:00 the role with the US dollar right now 16:03 can you see that as part of the overall 16:07 crash that you see the Saudi Arabia play 16:10 a role in that all considering its 16:11 closeness and its close proximity to our 16:14 currency or do you think it's something 16:16 else 16:17 what causes that collapse in your mind 16:21 based on your information that you've 16:23 been studying for so many years whenever 16:25 you're ready of profound questions area 16:28 and to tell you the truth I hadn't 16:29 really thought much about the role of 16:32 the Saudis in the strengths or 16:36 weaknesses of the dollar specifically 16:38 i'm sure there are plenty of connections 16:41 there if we took some time to analyze it 16:44 because there's so much type of show big 16:46 goes through there that money goes in 16:48 and out and around about but I basically 16:50 i see the of the ultimate demise of the 16:54 american dollar as something that's more 16:57 historic because the more fundamental 16:59 issues even if if the Saudis weren't 17:02 there if they were completely out of the 17:05 question out of the picture entirely I 17:08 still don't think that would change the 17:09 inevitability of the collapse of the US 17:12 dollar one bit because of these historic 17:14 that these historic factors and what are 17:16 they 17:17 well this is simple fact that it doesn't 17:20 have to be made complicated is if you 17:22 expand the money supply at a rate faster 17:25 than the expansion of goods and services 17:27 then the value of the purchasing power 17:29 that is of the monetary unit keeps going 17:33 down it's just a question of ratio you 17:35 know if it takes as much effort human 17:38 effort to produce one dollars worth of 17:41 silver lets say by mining and refining 17:44 it admitting it if it takes a certain 17:46 amount of effort produced that that is 17:49 the amount of effort that one dollars 17:52 worth of silver that coin will buy 17:54 in the marketplace in terms of suits and 17:57 your clothing and meals and anything 17:59 else that requires effort in a free 18:02 market the value of whatever is chosen 18:04 in and money with intrinsic value 18:06 meaning that takes human effort to 18:08 produce it has value of its own 18:11 other than money way that the monetary 18:13 system always keeps pace perfectly with 18:16 every other goods and services because 18:18 of the common denominator is human 18:20 effort 18:21 well once you get that human effort out 18:23 of the equation and now you can create 18:25 money simply by raising your hand and 18:27 say okay we got 51-percent vote on this 18:30 so now we're going to we're going to 18:31 create another nine billion dollars and 18:33 we're gonna bail out the banks or 18:35 whatever we want to do we just create 18:36 the money 18:37 well then the money plugs into the 18:39 market but the goods and services didn't 18:41 jump by nine billion dollars that moment 18:43 so all of a sudden you know the goods 18:46 and services remain with their value but 18:49 monetary unit goes down and that is a 18:52 process that always happens when you 18:54 abandoned gold or silver or anything 18:57 else of intrinsic value that back your 18:59 money so that it always happened 19:01 throughout history this is not a recent 19:03 phenomenon has been going on for a 19:06 thousand years or more and as you know 19:09 so we we don't have to guess about these 19:11 forces all we have to do is open up a 19:13 couple of history books and say all ok 19:16 it happens there Olga what happened 19:17 there all happened there too 19:19 well I guess what there's support that 19:20 work there even if we don't understand 19:22 it like I tried to explain in a moment 19:24 ago we know that it happened so whenever 19:28 humans have the ability to expand the 19:30 money supply at will completely by 19:33 political decision or personal decision 19:36 of any kind even that kind of the 19:38 present system in Federal Reserve can 19:40 expand the money supply independent of 19:42 the political will of the nation but 19:44 they have to monitor it and not get too 19:46 far out of whack with it but anytime 19:48 humans can expand the money supply at 19:50 will they know what they're going to do 19:52 they're going to spend the money supply 19:54 because it's to their advantage to do so 19:56 and I'm going to continue to do that 19:57 until finally the purchasing power of 20:00 that monetary unit will approach and 20:03 suddenly become 0 and that's the end of 20:06 the line 20:07 conditions were you know we're rapidly 20:09 approaching that now faster i think that 20:11 most people realize and not because of 20:14 the amount of inflation that actually we 20:16 can go out and feel enough in the 20:19 marketplace 20:20 although that's bad enough but because 20:22 so many of the american dollars that 20:24 have been created over the last few 20:26 decades have been sent overseas but the 20:29 call the euro dollars but they're sent 20:31 all around the world not just to Europe 20:33 because other nations have even worse 20:35 monetary systems than ours and so they 20:37 use the american dollar as their medium 20:40 of exchange as their international 20:42 currency you know they couldn't really 20:44 conduct a big monetary transactions in 20:47 most countries unless they could use the 20:48 american dollar so the world has been 20:51 hungry to accept american dollars and we 20:54 can see that produced so many of them 20:55 that the world doesn't want them so 20:57 we've been spared the inflationary 20:59 effect of producing these dollars we 21:02 spend these dollars overseas that it 21:05 costs us nothing to manufacture and we 21:07 get back an automobile or a refrigerator 21:09 or a television set 21:11 we're doing very well on this these 21:13 other countries are not doing as well as 21:14 we believe it or not because of the 21:17 domination of the dollar 21:19 well that is coming to an end as you 21:20 mentioned a moment ago people are losing 21:22 that respect and that Revere of the 21:25 american dollar some countries have even 21:27 said we're not going to use them anymore 21:28 and countries like China and Russia are 21:31 maneuvering to try and replace the 21:34 central point international exchange to 21:37 replace America's dominant position and 21:40 that could happen almost any time and 21:42 when it happens eventually it will 21:43 happen then all those old euro dollars 21:47 will come flooding back to the United 21:50 States and all of the money supply here 21:53 will suddenly there had quickly double 21:56 quadruple and even more and all of a 21:59 sudden that deferred inflationary effect 22:01 that we enjoyed by being able to send 22:04 our money overseas will come back to us 22:07 and they'll come back and they'll buy 22:08 anything that they can with those 22:11 dollars that by up real estate that by 22:13 abstraction bonds up by a politician's 22:15 anything that's for sale and the 22:18 inflation effect that was deferred will 22:20 be upon 22:21 that would be the end of the line when 22:24 the dollars virtually equal zero 22:27 purchasing power whenever that happens 22:30 all those dollars come flooding back at 22:32 do you envision because you've written 22:34 about this in your book about war and 22:36 how central bankers love war it would 22:38 seem like that would be the knee-jerk 22:40 reaction or the first reaction would be 22:42 to provoke a war even if it requires a 22:45 false-flag do you see war between the US 22:48 and the inevitable regimen of 21st 22:51 century China do you see war unfolding 22:54 due to this crash of the dollar between 22:56 those two you know I have to be very 22:59 honest on this one I don't see it but I 23:02 I don't mark it off the landscape either 23:05 it's just that I don't know which way 23:07 they'll go i do know that it's a 23:08 definite possibility 23:10 I what you just said is absolutely 23:12 correct that and ish is an old stratagem 23:16 to I think Machiavelli made it very 23:18 clear in his book called the to the 23:20 French and he said you know when things 23:22 get tough at home if you want to get the 23:24 attention of the citizens away from 23:27 what's going on at home you just get 23:29 involved in a war and it works all the 23:32 time and that's certainly been a modern 23:35 stratagem we know it's going on right 23:37 now it's a matter of fact we've got Wars 23:39 everywhere you looked at and it the 23:41 minute you start criticizing anything 23:43 that your government is doing you're 23:45 accused of being unpatriotic our is 23:48 George Bush would say you have to choose 23:50 side to side are you on 23:52 you know and that's the end of 23:53 discussion so that's the value of war in 23:56 it were your supposed to look at your 23:58 leaders with with great respect and 24:00 reverence there the leader and if we 24:03 don't have a great leader then we lose 24:04 the war and we lose everything and so 24:07 for this is psychological game and I 24:10 don't know that it's going to get any 24:12 worse I know what's going on now but 24:14 near question is very profound Jerry 24:16 would it be an all-out war that would 24:19 you know involved weapons of mass 24:21 destruction and all that sort of thing I 24:23 do not exclude that as a possibility but 24:26 i cannot say for sure that I see it as a 24:29 necessary and absolute foregone event 24:33 but I do worry even more 24:35 more about a false flag operation i 24:38 think that that is more likely and even 24:42 that I don't see but i think it's even 24:44 more likely than an all-out war 24:46 you're listening to the voice of geogrid 24:48 Griffin he has written the tour de force 24:50 in monetary economics for those who want 24:53 to understand the Federal Reserve it's 24:55 an old book it's been around since 1994 24:57 but it's in its fifth edition 24:59 30 second printing the creature from 25:00 jekyll island if you don't have a copy 25:03 be sure to pick up a copy in our 25:04 concluding moments and in fact why don't 25:06 you tell the folks where they can get a 25:08 copy of course 25:09 amazon but it'sit's hear about your 25:11 website and also talk to me about what 25:14 we were talking about off the air 25:16 it's a brand new red pill expose 25:19 something you're putting together with 25:20 the Freedom Force international 25:21 organization that you've been running 25:23 now for a long time 25:24 tell us about what's coming and some of 25:26 the exciting things you were telling me 25:27 off the year 25:28 well thanks for that Jerry yet first of 25:31 the book absolutely you can get them get 25:33 the book at amazon i can get it online 25:36 in many places that a lot of bookstores 25:38 are carrying it now which kinda pleases 25:42 me more than you can imagine not only a 25:44 pleasant to know that book stores carry 25:45 your book but i think back in the early 25:48 days when I've tried to interest book 25:50 stories and carrying it and they weren't 25:52 interested because we were small 25:53 publishing company you know they they 25:55 don't have time for that and that and so 25:58 we just stop promoting it but it 26:00 happened over the years that people were 26:02 walking into the stores and asking for 26:04 the book 26:05 unbeknownst to us first thing you know 26:07 they said hey we got you know 244 26:10 request for this book last week and this 26:12 week we got 340 or whatever it is and 26:16 suddenly they were calling and asking as 26:18 to send the book so I thought that was 26:21 very of your sort of pleasant and by the 26:24 way I have to tell you it's the 40th 26:25 edition now so that is a big mark big 26:29 market out there for door stops and that 26:32 very very happy to see that develop but 26:36 anyway yeah the best place to order the 26:38 book would be we think is from us 26:41 of course we have a an online bookstore 26:44 and is called reality zone as reality 26:46 zone.com 26:48 and we have about a hundred different 26:49 informational products their books 26:52 recordings and that sort of thing and 26:53 creature from jekyll island is prominent 26:56 among them so that's reality zone.com 26:58 now freedom force international that's 27:01 my life right now Jerry I decided you 27:03 know I've talked about problems problems 27:06 all my life since i've been involved in 27:08 this battle since nineteen sixty 27:10 actually and back 2002 we decided to do 27:17 something about it and start focusing on 27:19 solutions so we created an organization 27:21 called freedom force international and i 27:26 hope if anybody wants to know about what 27:28 we think the solution is they'll go to 27:31 the website and look us up 27:33 that's a long name but it's easy to 27:34 remember freedom force international 27:37 dot-org for organization and there's 27:41 plenty of their to read and basically 27:42 the story that is there is that we have 27:47 must recover control of our own 27:49 political systems and we cannot do that 27:53 unless we have political power political 27:57 and social power that one of the 28:00 problems is that people like me 28:02 especially in my younger years i would 28:04 go around preaching against power power 28:07 corrupts i would say i would quote Lord 28:09 Acton so eloquently i would say power 28:12 corrupts and absolute power corrupts 28:14 absolutely 28:16 it kind of rolls off the tongue you know 28:17 and it's a true statement 28:19 it's so true that power is a corrupting 28:22 thing and you can't trust human beings 28:23 to be with the way you thought they were 28:27 if you give them too much power because 28:28 it's corrupt individuals so how can I 28:32 used to preach against the power that 28:33 but we must not have power because it 28:36 corrupts and then one morning all about 28:39 2002 I woke up in the morning I guess 28:43 I've been thinking about this now 28:44 remember it very clearly because you're 28:46 suddenly I was sitting up in bed and I 28:49 was saying out loud because my wife Pat 28:51 what did you say I said we lose haha I 28:56 and she said what are you talking about 28:58 i said oh well i'll explain in the 29:01 morning when I was 29:02 talking about is that yes power corrupts 29:05 it is very dangerous but if you don't 29:07 have it you can't win 29:09 it's like it's like guns and I'll now 29:11 guns are dangerous people get 29:13 accidentally killed with guns they get 29:15 shot on purpose with guns guns are 29:17 extremely dangerous having guns is 29:19 dangerous 29:20 the only thing more dangerous than 29:22 having guns is not having them you say 29:25 that comes a point where you have to 29:27 realize that there are certain things 29:29 that are dangerous but if you back away 29:32 from them completely it's even it's even 29:34 worse and so as long as we do not have 29:37 political power we can never take the 29:41 power away from these individuals that 29:43 now have it and are pushing us in the 29:45 wrong direction they're going to let go 29:46 of that are they like it just fine and 29:49 so the issue now becomes how do we 29:52 acquire this dangerous thing called 29:54 power and at the same time create 29:57 mechanisms and devices so that the 30:00 people involved can watch their leaders 30:03 like hawks and put in place rules and 30:07 regulations and formulas and things like 30:09 that and monitoring structures so that 30:12 those people who are stepping out of 30:15 line and who are appearing to be 30:17 corrupted by it are easily replaced by 30:19 those who are watching that was 30:21 something that never been tried before 30:23 it's just been left open to to society 30:25 to take care of but it occurred to me 30:27 that if we created at the same time a 30:30 structure that could reach for this 30:31 power and take political power away from 30:34 these guys that are now running the show 30:36 but the same time create a 30:38 self-regulating mechanism that could 30:41 prevent our own leaders from going in 30:43 the wrong direction never been tried 30:44 before maybe it won't work but I think 30:46 it's time to try it so that was the 30:48 basis behind the idea of freedom force 30:51 international so much more about it but 30:53 that was one of the unique features and 30:55 so we've got this organization in place 30:58 and it was formed in 2002 and its 31:00 international we now have members and I 31:02 think it's 78 countries so it's really 31:05 growing this problem is all around the 31:07 world not just here and so we've been 31:10 growing and learning and building and 31:12 getting great people into the leadership 31:14 levels and now all of 31:15 a sudden were at a place where we have 31:17 are about to do something really big and 31:20 the first project we have taken on is 31:22 called the red pill expo well now we 31:26 could have taken the formula of so many 31:28 other groups in the past and said okay 31:30 we're patriotic organization and we're 31:32 standing for freedom 31:33 come learn about freedom you know well 31:35 that's good accepted it you know people 31:38 have been doing that for a long time and 31:40 it doesn't sound very interesting to 31:43 report some of us with sounds very 31:45 interesting but we're not interested to 31:47 the ones who are in the choir 31:48 we're looking for the people we want to 31:50 bring into the Congregation for the 31:51 first time so we thought that the red 31:54 pill allegory based on that very popular 31:57 movie called The Matrix might be 31:59 something that would sound a little 32:00 entertaining and it also carries a 32:02 profound message you know in the matrix 32:05 that there's a people that humans are 32:07 finding themselves the living in a world 32:09 of illusion they think they're doing 32:11 certain things but they're really not 32:13 they're just completely slaves are 32:15 captives are part of a huge matrix is a 32:18 and it false intelligence artificial 32:20 intelligence system and they're dreaming 32:22 about living and working and you know 32:25 working for a living having a family and 32:27 going to church and all as a recreation 32:29 and playing games but they're not really 32:31 they're just dreaming about it 32:33 second the reality is that they're just 32:35 being a used by the matrix so we thought 32:39 we would use that as the allegory 32:41 because so many fields that we find 32:43 ourselves concerned about like wars and 32:46 healthcare and monetary systems and all 32:50 of that sort of thing people are in a 32:52 dream they think it's one way but it's 32:54 not really at all that way it's 32:56 completely different and so we thought 32:58 we would use that as the umbrella to 33:00 bring together all of the groups and 33:02 individuals who have taken a red pill of 33:05 one kind or another and they now see the 33:07 reality and they want to help others see 33:09 the the reality and break out of the 33:11 allusion to provide this umbrella for 33:15 everybody to come together and not only 33:17 talk about their story and their vision 33:20 their concept of reality but to realize 33:23 that there's a certain commonality 33:25 between them and all of the others who 33:27 there or are there on different 33:29 issues and that commonality is that none 33:32 of these illusions could exist unless 33:35 there was I monopoly involved unless 33:39 there was a beer forced to accept the 33:41 illusion or under penalty of prison or 33:43 debt that the government gets involved 33:46 take for example money that's our field 33:48 we were talking about that now that we 33:50 have to use these federal reserve notes 33:52 don't we have to because of a law the 33:55 law says you have to use that money or 33:58 you go to prison for what if we didn't 34:00 have to use it you know what if we were 34:03 free to use alternative currencies 34:05 government wouldn't allow allow that 34:07 because then you wouldn't use their 34:09 false money so that's why they have the 34:11 law so fortunate to use their money and 34:13 the same thing with healthcare you have 34:16 to use only certain approved medications 34:19 and treatments because the government 34:21 says what that's the only stuff that 34:22 works that you use anything else it's 34:24 quackery and you'll be violating the law 34:26 and everywhere you look you find that 34:29 somehow at these totalitarians in their 34:32 own fields have gotten hold of the 34:34 government and they got their buddies in 34:36 the Congress to pass laws to give them 34:39 monopolistic control in the marketplace 34:42 and that deny freedom of choice to the 34:45 consumer and that is the fundamental 34:47 thing you find it almost all of these 34:49 red pill blue pill options out there and 34:52 I think once people realize that they'll 34:54 realize that this is the common solution 34:56 to all of their problems and that is to 34:59 restore freedom of choice into the 35:02 marketplace and so that's just a short 35:04 explanation of what we're planning to do 35:06 so we call it the red pill expo and 35:09 where this week we're going to choose a 35:12 location it will probably be either las 35:14 vegas or somewhere in Texas maybe in 35:17 Austin but I anybody listening that is 35:19 was to know more about it please look it 35:21 up on the internet the web page is up 35:24 there the earlier information is already 35:26 up there read Phil expo dot org and the 35:30 dates will be november 11 through 13 35:32 i'll be there 35:34 Lord Monckton will be there we just 35:36 found out from England is one of the 35:38 great opponents of this global warming 35:41 illusion 35:42 myth he's a fantastic person on that 35:45 field is internationally famous ty 35:48 bollinger will be there will be talking 35:50 about the myth of Orthodox cancer 35:54 therapies I'll be there I'll be talking 35:55 about the illusion of money and anyway 35:58 we're just beginning to build our 36:00 speaker list and I think you'll be very 36:01 impressed by it anyway that's the short 36:03 version of the red pill expo and thanks 36:05 for asking Jerry I hope that you'll be 36:07 able to come 36:08 oh why thank you so much i sure do 36:10 appreciate your insights today has been 36:11 very very helpful for those who want to 36:13 get a hold of you they can go to your 36:15 website reality zone let us reaffirm 36:16 those again reality zone.com and also 36:20 you gave out freedom force international 36:22 dot org and then also in red pill expo 36:26 dotwork so quite a few websites there 36:28 you can check out in your free time 36:30 thank you again so much for coming on 36:32 the program with a cord well thank you 36:34 my pleasure and thanks for inviting town 36:37 what was the longest mind protection 36:40 gear on and maybe that's a good analogy 36:43 so for the student coming out of school 36:45 I would not recommend going out and 36:48 playing in the big markets against the 36:50 big players you might dabble a little 36:52 bit and learn as you go 36:54 now for the person who is sort of in the 36:56 middle of life are approaching the 36:57 retirement years this i don't know this 36:59 it doesn't sound to me like a very smart 37:02 thing to do i'm in that category 37:04 I'm one of those people that are trying 37:06 to put away investigators you know I i 37:09 figure the day may come when I may not 37:11 be able to get out there and and and 37:12 play that football game as hard as I 37:14 used to 37:15 so I'm looking for the shaft landing and 37:17 people who maybe don't have the aptitude 37:20 to be competitive and aggressive and all 37:22 about in the marketplace ought to be 37:25 thinking about that position earlier in 37:27 life so there's no there's no single 37:30 answer that pitch to everyone and I 37:32 think as long as it is we understand 37:34 that the economy is as we think about is 37:38 going in my view at least is going to 37:40 crash and you better get whatever plan 37:43 you have you better have that event 37:46 pretty well included in your plan in 37:48 your contingency what happens then 37:51 and what happens when you can no longer 37:54 rely on 37:56 frenchie and you're practically at a 37:57 near Barbara's stage or and this is even 38:00 worse or you have to depend on the 38:02 government for literally everything you 38:04 know what happens then 38:06 do you have any way to protect yourself 38:08 from becoming that sort of a surf in the 38:11 system and sure the year lords and 38:13 masters who are giving you your the 38:15 benefits of food clothing shelter 38:16 medical care education all these things 38:19 if you don't want to wind up like that 38:21 you better be thinking in terms of 38:23 putting something away that has lasting 38:26 purchasing power other than dollars and 38:30 so that's that's my answer and I think 38:32 everybody should have that ultimate view 38:34 in mind no matter if they want to play 38:36 the aggressive game meanwhile they ought 38:38 to be thinking about the end of the game 38:40 listen to the voice of G Edward Griffin 38:42 he is the author of the best-selling 38:44 book very influential book the creature 38:47 from jekyll island a second look at the 38:49 Federal Reserve is now in its fifth 38:51 edition in 30 second printing and I want 38:54 to talk to you about the upcoming red 38:56 pill expo want to talk about that in a 38:58 moment but before we do let's switch 39:00 gears just for a minute and talk about 39:02 this crash that you're referring to i 39:06 would assume for having read your book 39:08 knowing you're having you on this 39:09 program several times i'm guessing that 39:12 you're talking about the day that the 39:13 Fed loses credibility 39:15 let's talk about how that may unfold we 39:18 saw recently with the 911 story you've 39:22 been hammering the 911 story for some 39:24 time and then we saw the Saudi Arabia 39:28 coming to the crosshairs the kingdom of 39:30 saudi arabia came into the crosshairs 39:31 they've been in the mainstream media 39:33 lately the petro dollar system now 39:35 influx were suddenly seeing all of the 39:38 stuff that we haven't seen bantered 39:40 about in the mainstream press with Saudi 39:43 Arabia all a certain fixed level would 39:46 be devastating to the profit margins of 39:48 the banking industry because that would 39:50 restrict their inventory would restrict 39:52 their their ability to make loans and 39:55 that sort of thing show that now getting 39:58 to the short answer to your question 39:59 yeah they're going to continue to expand 40:02 the money supply and they'll always do 40:04 that as long as they exist i'm curious 40:07 as you look at the overall economy you 40:09 also have this book as we've talked 40:12 about the creature from jekyll island 40:13 that she wrote many years ago and all of 40:16 this stuff is unfolding all of this 40:18 stuff is beginning to unfold we saw in 40:20 2008 we saw the lead up to it before 40:23 2008 you called it in your chapter 40:25 bailout is the name of the game 40:28 I mean you've been talking about this 40:30 and it's interesting how people have 40:32 responded you have people like a mutual 40:35 friend of ours 40:35 robert kiyosaki he's a friend of the 40:37 show he really adores your work and what 40:40 he tapped into was he understood what 40:42 you were saying and he said ok I get the 40:45 fact that everything is debt so i'm 40:47 going to go out and i'm going to 40:48 leverage the debt for my benefit 40:52 so he actually learned how to use the 40:53 system for his benefit knowing that the 40:56 system is going to eventually implode 40:59 because it's unsustainable i'm curious 41:02 how you approach it you always have 41:04 people on both sides so you have robert 41:06 kiyosaki who is taking your information 41:08 is is mesmerized by it and strongly 41:10 believes in it and he has reacted to it 41:12 in this way then you have other people 41:14 who read your book and they go out and 41:17 they buy gold and they put it underneath 41:18 the ground and they say you know I don't 41:20 know what to do i'm worried how here's 41:22 my question to you had how have you 41:24 responded personally from the knowledge 41:27 that you know what end of the spectrum 41:29 have you been on your own personal 41:31 investments and how do you and what 41:33 advice would you have of course you're 41:35 not a financial advisor but think about 41:37 that 18 year old kid who's just getting 41:38 out of high school he doesn't know of 41:41 course he should read your book but he 41:42 doesn't know much of that information 41:44 what would you tell somebody who's 41:45 coming out of high school 41:47 how should they prepare for a debt-based 41:49 world and what have you done to protect 41:51 yourself 41:52 well first of all I'd like to respond to 41:54 Robert Kiyosaki's analysis of the 41:57 situation and his model of how to deal 41:59 with it i really don't disagree with 42:01 that it and it may sound like that 42:02 contradictory but I think we have to 42:04 understand 42:05 Robert is not talking about going into 42:08 debt for consumption purposes he's not 42:11 saying going into debt buy a bigger 42:13 house or a yacht or take a trip around 42:15 the world or anything like that he is 42:17 specifically looking at real estate 42:19 investments and you 42:20 look at other types of investments but 42:22 is it happens to be real estate and he's 42:26 simply saying that it 42:27 inflation is going to happen because of 42:30 this debt cycle that i was talking about 42:32 earlier the expansion of the money 42:34 supply then for business purposes not 42:37 for personal purposes but for business 42:39 purposes and creating cash flow he say 42:42 let's take advantage of that while it 42:44 lasts 42:45 we know it's all going to hand it in a 42:47 horrible spot but right now we can 42:49 either stand at it look at it with 42:51 horror on our faces or we can try and 42:53 manipulate it and jump in and take 42:55 advantage of it and make some money 42:57 along the way and that's what his basic 42:59 plan is but however when he says money 43:02 we have to be very careful because 43:04 several definitions of money in one of 43:07 his really good lines is you know but 43:10 you shouldn't work for money you should 43:11 put money to work for you and it's kind 43:13 of a tricky thing in it is right but the 43:15 point is that when when Robert makes his 43:18 cash flow and it comes in and all of a 43:21 sudden he has more dollars at the end of 43:23 the month and he did at the beginning of 43:24 the month 43:25 what does he do with those extra federal 43:27 reserve notes 43:28 well lot to me to a large extent will 43:30 turn around and put it back into the 43:31 system again and parlay that process but 43:34 to a another extent he will take it and 43:36 buy gold now that is real money or if 43:40 you insist let's say it's a different 43:41 form of money 43:42 it's a more reliable desirable form of 43:44 money perhaps but anyway so Robert is 43:47 not opposed to money it's just that but 43:49 he says money he's talking about federal 43:51 reserve notes or fed or fiat money 43:53 currency that is not backed by anything 43:55 but Robert is a strong believer of gold 43:58 and silver and that sort of thing which 44:00 is the ultimate money so we have to 44:02 understand he's not ready to talking 44:04 about something different than what I am 44:06 and I would advocate that anybody who 44:09 has the aptitude and the business 44:11 ability the personality that drive that 44:14 perspective the education the background 44:17 the knowledge did pursue investments of 44:20 that kind putting money into an 44:22 expanding currency system that they 44:24 should do it because it would be to 44:26 their benefit but not everybody is in 44:28 that category and face it Robert isn't a 44:31 genius at that and the people who do 44:33 this 44:34 their lives learning and practicing and 44:36 studying and following the changes that 44:38 are constantly going on so it's not for 44:41 everyone and that's my point for now for 44:43 the student coming out of school 44:45 it's not ready for that yet if you 44:47 better get an education 44:49 he better study the real estate market 44:50 or whatever market is into if he wants 44:53 to go into minerals or or whatever it is 44:56 art or anything that you have to become 44:58 an expert so it takes a lot of 44:59 experience and knowledge before you can 45:02 start to play the game because in an 45:04 expanding economy 45:05 yeah it is easy to make a profit because 45:07 it you know prices are always going up 45:09 you can buy now and she'll later it at 45:12 higher prices not because the value went 45:14 up because the the dollar went down so 45:17 it's easy just to look like you're 45:18 making a profit in such a the economy 45:20 but it they all those economies also 45:23 have tips you know they're they're 45:25 volatile they go up up up and then down 45:27 then up up down up down down up down and 45:30 it did not really careful when you don't 45:33 really understand what you're doing you 45:35 could be wiped out in one of those dips 45:36 so it's a dangerous game and you have 45:39 it's not a bad game I mean any real 45:41 games football is a dangerous game 45:43 we've got a lot of people to play 45:44 football and so forth so I'm not saying 45:47 you shouldn't play football but you 45:48 better know how to play football if 45:50 you're going to go out in the field and 45:51 play against professionals and you 45:53 better have the right that was made into 45:55 law with that great accomplishment 45:58 brilliant accomplishment on their part 46:00 now that means that all Americans must 46:02 comply with a private banking cartel or 46:05 Elsa they'll be violating the law which 46:07 means that go to prison and so since the 46:10 for everybody knows that if you go to 46:12 prison for not doing something they 46:14 assume therefore that's the government 46:16 that's behind it you know you get half 46:18 credit for that 46:19 it's a private institutions a banking 46:21 cartel but they enlisted the power of 46:23 government to enforce their edicts so 46:26 now we have president we have this 46:28 monster this creature in place and is 46:30 designed to serve the interests of the 46:32 banks and it's not that even though they 46:35 talked a lot about you know protecting 46:37 the economy and and controlling 46:39 inflation and encouraging employment and 46:42 all these good things that they have to 46:43 say in order to make it sound like they 46:45 really give a hope about the people 46:47 that they say those things but in when 46:49 you follow what they actually do 46:50 everything they do is to enhance the 46:53 power of the prestige and the profit 46:54 margins of the banking institutions 46:57 because that's the kind of a creature it 46:59 is it's a banking cartel 47:01 so now what does that mean in terms of 47:04 what we can look forward to in the 47:05 future all a banking cartel can do all 47:09 that ever wants to do for its own 47:11 interest of course is to expand the 47:13 money supply to expand the money supply 47:15 is the solution to all problems as far 47:17 as the banks are concerned because she'd 47:20 the money supply is the inventory of the 47:22 banks and banks make money well in two 47:25 ways they actually manufactured but that 47:27 they don't make money by manufacturing 47:29 and they can't just printed and then 47:31 spend it what they do is they printed 47:33 and blended it doesn't really go into 47:36 circulation until somebody steps up to 47:38 the bank window and says hey we want to 47:40 borrow some money 47:41 well if the bank has plenty of money to 47:44 lend an unlimited supply of money to 47:46 lend 47:47 well that's that's good that means they 47:48 can lower interest rates and because you 47:52 know you if you're making money out of 47:54 literally nothing manufacturing and out 47:56 of nothing you don't have to charge a 47:58 lot of the Trish to show a profit and 48:01 that's why they like to be at this power 48:03 of being able to create money to land 48:05 rather than having to solicit depositors 48:09 to deposit money into the banks 48:11 it's the banks were limited to only what 48:13 the depositors put into the bank's 48:15 didn't have a lot less money to lend a 48:18 lot less money that land and they only 48:21 make money by lending money so you can 48:23 see right away what the self-interest is 48:25 there and having what they like to call 48:26 an elastic money supply is because they 48:30 can just create the money and lend it 48:32 lower the interest rates move the 48:33 interest rates to whatever level it 48:35 needs to be to get the customers to come 48:37 in and borrow and pay that interest so 48:40 knowing that that's the nature of the 48:42 beast and it's easy to predict I think 48:45 to predict what is going to happen 48:47 they're going to have a QE 4 5 6 7 48:50 that's all they know how to do anything 48:52 else that they were to do like either 48:55 restricted retract the money supply or 48:58 restricted to 49:03 [Music] 49:06 alright well our next guest needs very 49:08 little introduction he is the author of 49:10 the best-selling book the creature from 49:12 jekyll island a second look at the 49:14 federal reserve now in its fifth edition 49:18 and 30 second printing his name 49:21 the author is G Edward Griffin and it's 49:24 great to have you back on follow the 49:25 money radio well thank you i appreciate 49:28 your inviting me back 49:30 absolutely what we've had you on now 49:31 several times we spent time mainly in 49:34 the past delving into your book a 49:37 creature from jekyll island a second 49:39 look at the Federal Reserve this book it 49:42 has impacted so many people including 49:44 myself 49:46 it is a book as you've described in the 49:48 past on this podcast as a really good 49:51 doorstop because it's so thick but at 49:54 the same time it is filled with 49:56 information that at the time was 49:59 probably very difficult to write because 50:02 you are breaking new ground relying upon 50:04 very little as compared to what we have 50:07 today and today of course 50:09 everywhere I go now and I'm anytime I 50:11 hear a story about the Fed or anytime 50:13 i'm seeing some sort of online 50:15 discussion board about the Fed there you 50:17 are and they're your book is because at 50:20 you have made a massive impact in the 50:23 world of monetary economics here in the 50:25 United States i'm really curious as we 50:27 get started 50:28 just give us your general finger on the 50:30 pulse take of what you think about 2016 50:34 the chances for qe4 are we going to see 50:37 rate i just talked about the Fed for a 50:39 moment 50:39 well sure that's a little unusual for me 50:42 because usually we started you know 50:43 historically at the other end and come 50:45 up to the present but i like the idea of 50:48 starting with the present because that's 50:49 where the action is of course but it 50:52 makes it a little difficult to make my 50:55 ideas sound rational if we don't 50:57 understand a little bit about the Fed 50:59 but nevertheless that the risk so let's 51:01 test here we go with it 51:03 my idea about where we're headed with 51:05 the chances for qe4 and that sort of 51:07 thing is that we have no other place to 51:10 go because the old saying is you can't 51:13 get the spots off of the leopard federal 51:17 reserve system is a creature 51:19 and it's designed to do a certain thing 51:21 and only that thing it's a cartel jump 51:25 back a little bit of history and make 51:27 sure that our listeners understand that 51:29 we're not talking about a government 51:30 agency 51:31 we're not talking about an institution 51:34 that is responsive to the political 51:36 patterns of the day or the political 51:39 opinions are the pressures is completely 51:41 independent it's a cartel no different 51:44 than a banana cartel or oil cartel 51:46 happens to be a banking cartel and it 51:49 was given the authority of government 51:52 coercion back in nineteen thirteen when 51:55 the federal reserve the act was passed 51:57 into law all of a sudden this cartel 51:59 agreement between the banks for their 52:02 own regulation







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Proof Twitter is Censoring Trump!


 InfoWars broadcast news analyst Ashley Beckford (@ACTUALLY1ASHLEY) exposes Twitter's censorship of President Donald Trump's tweets. Paul Joseph Watson's article asserts that Twitter could be censoring positive replies to Trump’s tweets, leaving only negative responses to be prominently featured. While Twitter claims its mission is to improve the quality of the response feed, the impact of its new "hate speech" rules has caused the President's Twitter feed to become a leftist echo chamber of unfounded criticisms. Within the framework of a globalized society, which is becoming increasingly dystopian, Twitter is using Draconian policies to limit what they slanderously label as "hateful conduct." Basically, if you disagree with communist agitators and the NWO's plan for global domination through media manipulation, your tweets are considered "fake news" and they are quickly purged from existence, straight down the memory hole.





















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How the Elite and USA are controlling the world!

ou must watch this! The latest anonymous message for 2017.
All people need to see this! This is how the Elite and USA are controlling the world! Vladimir Putin knows it, Donald Trump knows it, now it is time for you, the people, to know it! This is how the NWO rules the world!
Are you ready for the truth? Well here it is!
What do CIA and the US Government use to control all these countries around the world?
Did you know that every Revolution since the end of the cold war has been a coup? We expose all these false flag operations and their true purpose.




















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Trump's Trade War with China -- Who would Really Win ?



Who Would Win a US-China Trade War? | China Uncensored
President Trump's economic protectionism could lead the US and China into a trade war. So who would come out on top?










Transcript : On this episode of China Uncensored, 0:01 everybody's a winner! 0:03 Wait, what's that, Shelley? 0:10 Welcome to China Uncensored, 0:12 I'm your host, Chris Chappell. 0:13 Trade Wars. 0:14 That's more than just George Lucas's unproduced spin-off 0:17 of the Star Wars prequels. 0:19 According to the leaked script, 0:21 it follows Jar Jar Binks as he infiltrates the Trade Federation. 0:25 Strange that it never got made. 0:27 0:28 Anyway, trade wars. 0:29 That's what some experts are afraid might happen 0:31 if President Trump carries out his promise to impose a tariff, 0:35 or tax, on goods made in China. 0:38 He blames China’s unfair trade practices 0:41 for the loss of American manufacturing jobs. 0:44 Here today to talk about this issue 0:45 is the only person at China Uncensored 0:48 with an economics degree from Trump's own alma mater, 0:51 University of Pennsylvania, Shelley Zhang. 0:54 Thanks, Chris. 0:55 How likely is it that Trump is going to impose tariffs on China? 1:00 Oh, he's definitely going to do it. 1:02 Really? 1:03 100 percent. 1:04 How can you be so sure? 1:05 I'm not sure about anything anymore. 1:07 Ok, yes President Trump can be a smidge unpredictable. 1:12 But railing against unfair trade practices 1:14 is kind of his jam. 1:16 In 1987, 1:17 he took out this full-page ad in the New York Times. 1:21 In it, 1:22 he criticized Japan for taking advantage of the US 1:24 with its weak yen and trade surpluses, 1:27 and suggested that we "tax" Japan and other countries 1:30 for the services the US provides, 1:32 like keeping the world safe. 1:33 Sound familiar? 1:34 I guess China is the new Japan? 1:37 Yes. 1:38 Just a quick find and replace, 1:39 and he can still use the same speech 1:41 30 years later. 1:42 Ok, 1:43 so when President Trump imposes tariffs on China, 1:46 what effect will that have? 1:47 Will that start a trade war? 1:49 That I don't know. 1:51 It really depends on how high the tariff is, 1:53 and how broadly it's applied. 1:55 Trump has talked about wanting to impose a 45% tariff 1:59 on all Chinese-made goods. 2:01 Something that big would probably trigger China 2:03 to impose its own tariffs on American goods in retaliation. 2:07 That could lead to a trade war. 2:09 Of course, you could argue that China 2:11 already started the trade war years ago. 2:14 You know, when it did things like 2:15 artificially lowering the price of their products 2:17 through export subsidies, 2:19 stealing intellectual property, 2:21 and setting up ways to keep US companies 2:23 from competing in China. 2:25 That's definitely how the Trump administration 2:27 sees it. 2:28 Well, more important than who starts it, is who finishes it. 2:32 Who wins the US-China trade war? 2:35 Experts are divided, Chris. 2:36 Some say it will hurt America. 2:39 Others say China will lose. 2:40 Meanwhile, Chinese state-run media 2:43 say that China would totally not get hurt by a trade war. 2:47 And, like, it's not going to happen. 2:49 Plus why would the US want a stupid trade war anyway? 2:53 Which means state-run media also think China will lose. 2:57 So what you're saying is, America wins. 3:00 Well, it's complicated. 3:02 Americans will lose in that tariffs mean 3:04 companies will raise prices on Made in China stuff. 3:07 So we'll have to pay higher prices on most stuff at Wal-Mart, 3:10 as well as things like appliances and consumer electronics. 3:14 But will tariffs bring American jobs back? 3:17 They might bring some jobs back. 3:19 But not necessarily the same ones that left. 3:22 Jobs might require higher technical skills, for example. 3:25 Low-skill manufacturing jobs 3:27 probably aren't going to come back. 3:29 Lots of those jobs have been replaced by technology. 3:33 And US companies can just move to other Third World countries 3:36 with cheap labor. 3:37 Like the Donald J Trump Signature Collection 3:39 has already started moving from China to other countries. 3:43 Yes. 3:44 Although in a recent speech, 3:45 Trump said he will incentivize US companies with tax breaks 3:48 and other things to come back to the US. 3:51 Tariffs could also create different jobs. 3:53 For example, in industries where China has a virtual monopoly, 3:57 like on rare earth minerals, 3:59 which are needed to make electronics. 4:01 Tariffs could cause a huge shortage in the short term, 4:04 but in the long term, 4:05 it could encourage American companies 4:06 to start mining rare earth minerals. 4:09 What about China? 4:10 China has more to lose 4:11 because they sell us more stuff 4:13 than we sell them. 4:14 And in a trade war, 4:16 generally the country with the trade surplus 4:18 gets hit the hardest. 4:19 China could lose millions of export and manufacturing jobs. 4:23 And at a time when economic growth is slowing, 4:25 that could cause not only huge problems with their economy, 4:29 but it could lead to political instability as well. 4:32 After all, 4:33 one of the big reasons 4:34 people put up with the Communist Party 4:35 is economic growth. 4:36 Very true. 4:37 And if China loses more, 4:39 does that mean America wins? 4:41 It's not so cut and dried. 4:43 There are other things that would probably happen. 4:45 Like the cheap manufacturing that's currently in China 4:47 would move even faster to places like Southeast Asia. 4:50 And it might create a gray market 4:52 where goods are manufactured in China 4:54 but shipped to another country, 4:56 where they are officially exported to the US 4:58 to avoid the tariffs. 4:59 Are you really saying that people will find loopholes 5:02 to avoid taxes? 5:04 Anyway, I guess we'll have to wait and see what happens. 5:07 Well, we actually have kind of a test case. 5:11 What I like to call the Rubber Chicken Skirmish of 2009. 5:14 That's when President Obama set a tariff 5:18 of 35% on Chinese tires. 5:21 It did manage to save 1,200 US tire jobs 5:24 and increased US tire production. 5:27 However, tires also got way more expensive 5:29 for US consumers. 5:31 And China raised retaliatory tariffs on chicken parts 5:34 from the US, 5:35 which cost chicken producers about 1 billion dollars. 5:38 I'm glad that wasn't actually about rubber chickens. 5:41 I was starting to worry about you. 5:43 Would it help if I told you I didn't sleep last night? 5:47 No? 5:48 Ok, one thing to note here Chris 5:50 is that I have been talking about this tariff in generalities, 5:53 since Trump hasn't talked yet about the specifics 5:56 of his plan. 5:57 However, economist Peter Navarro, 5:59 who’s the new director of Trump's National Trade Council, 6:02 has defended the tariff. 6:03 He says that it would be applied not on everything, 6:06 but with a "flexible case-by-case approach.” 6:09 And that tariffs would be used strategically 6:11 to negotiate with China. 6:13 Remember, 6:14 the Chinese regime is scared to lose manufacturing jobs— 6:17 because it could affect China's political stability. 6:20 That means the threat of a trade war 6:22 could be a powerful bargaining chip for the US. 6:25 So, if these tariffs are targeted to give the US 6:28 greater political leverage over China 6:30 and expose the ways the Communist Party 6:32 has gamed the system, 6:34 they could maybe get the Party 6:35 to change some of their trade practices. 6:37 And that would make the tariffs successful, 6:39 even if they don't bring back millions of manufacturing jobs. 6:43 So what you're saying is, America wins. 6:46 Trade isn't exactly a zero sum game, Chris, and... 6:49 Ok, you know what, yes, America wins. 6:53 Thanks, Shelley. 6:54 That's what I like to hear. 6:56 Go get some sleep. 6:58 And thank you for watching this episode of China Uncensored. 7:01 What do you think of the possible US-China trade war? 7:04 Leave your comments below. 7:05 Once again, I'm your host, Chris Chappell. 7:07 See you next time.








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A Look Inside the Life of an Anonymous II













 What is life like, as Anonymous.
Truth is the light in the darkness.
We fight against the forces of darkness.
Which can never extinguish the light.
So long as those with the idea. The light of truth. Keep shining.
The idea will live on.
Expect it.




Transcript : greetings world fellow women's denmark 1:17 and activists in humans who seek the 1:20 truth 1:20 we are a non DK in our previous video a 1:25 look inside the life of an anonymous we 1:28 discussed Linus TK today we thought it 1:32 only right to tell you about his money 1:35 miss fearless one had long been awake to 1:38 the system 1:39 she grew up knowing there were 1:40 controllers will link everything been 1:42 tracking every move humans make in this 1:44 world most Americans tend to identify 1:48 with 911 as a great tragedy of time when 1:51 911 happened she saw the conspiracy as 1:55 playing today 1:56 well she did not see the plane nor the 2:00 conspiracy until the second time she saw 2:03 the news the plane had been added and 2:06 the conspiracy revealed before her eyes 2:09 she knew for certain from them that the 2:12 world was a lie and we are all just 2:15 fools in the game so she allowed herself 2:18 to continue tracked in the machine 2:20 grinding away in a known pointless life 2:23 then finally she broke through to the 2:26 next level to a normal job with good pay 2:28 but there was no value in what she did 2:31 from the day-to-day money was no worry 2:34 for once but it only suffocated her she 2:37 had no one attached to hurt and real 2:39 life beside one trend their existence 2:43 made no difference in had no purpose no 2:45 one would care if she dropped dead just 2:48 a cog in the machine a slave to the 2:51 system 2:52 she had to do something to great three 2:54 fearless one had always followed 2:57 anonymous and one day after many months 2:59 of serious consideration decided to 3:02 comment on an amount of code 3:04 she decided to put it all on the line go 3:08 all out reach for the ties dream big 3:11 expand your horizons and so she said I 3:15 have no skill no knowledge but I would 3:18 give anything to be anonymous and shock 3:21 and amazement a response appeared 3:24 instantly the anonymous replied you can 3:27 be anonymous 3:28 what is stopping you so she thought on 3:31 this 3:32 she considered what she had to lose 3:34 since being an anonymous is considered 3:37 terrorism under law in the country 3:40 she knew the legal consequences for any 3:42 action she took his anonymous even 3:45 sharing a link and land one in prison 3:47 for many years 3:49 not to mention all of the site charges 3:51 they always racket on those they wish to 3:53 persecute cyber laws are very steep 3:56 indeed she knew it was no joke she had 4:00 followed whistleblowers in the past who 4:02 had been smashed down and jailed 4:04 suicided murdered for spreading the 4:07 truth and many wishing they had 4:09 considering eternity in prison she would 4:12 be putting your life on the line every 4:14 time she got on she knew full well she 4:18 decided to follow the anonymous onto IRC 4:21 there she was introduced to the world 4:23 that is the IRC the world of anonymous 4:28 hundred civilians were gathered working 4:30 on operations discussing skills teaching 4:34 and learning they took many weeks of 4:36 lurking to get accustomed to how to act 4:39 what was appropriate and what was not 4:41 who to trust and who was an agent who 4:44 was there just to talk shit and who was 4:47 there to accomplish something 4:48 the IRC is so infected now many and now 4:52 have their own 4:53 private wants to invite only trusted 4:55 into but the hive was exactly what it 4:58 should be back then everyone had their 5:01 own talents kill everyone who did their 5:04 part the collective learning with 5:06 knowledge 5:07 it was the first family here was one had 5:10 ever known people who actually cared 5:13 about what matters 5:15 she learned you cannot call yourself 5:17 anonymous it is something given not 5:20 taken the bonds of anonymous are much 5:23 stronger than the bond most making real 5:26 life many glowing today has no 5:28 understanding the fourth respect even 5:30 means much less how to give it and earn 5:33 it 5:33 not to mention the rest of the qualities 5:36 necessary to be anonymous 5:38 we know we are holding each other's 5:40 lives and freedom in our hands every day 5:43 animals work together to defeat our 5:45 enemy to uphold justice truth freedom it 5:50 is a trusting a responsibility and a 5:53 mindset that cannot be explained it is 5:56 the idea and it must be preserved 5:58 fearless one had many mentors including 6:03 one Linus BK in months she learned 6:06 building and was pulled into a group to 6:08 begin operation a police officer who 6:11 recently had shot a black man and USA 6:14 with sound payment to be a member of the 6:16 Ku Klux Klan the motor was a planted one 6:20 of the KKK a ritual killing the people 6:23 had started a movement called hands up 6:25 don't shoot humans were able to get much 6:28 information from the police officers 6:30 girlfriend who was cheating on him 6:33 the group that had the name of the 6:34 leader of the KKK in the area Francona 6:38 it did not take a skilled daughter along 6:41 to find his details and the game was on 6:43 the protests were very peaceful and grew 6:46 and spread through the country 6:48 it was so beautiful to see everyone 6:50 coming together in the streets in total 6:52 piece ending violence the right way so 6:55 anonymous supported him in the street 6:57 and without KKK and afterwards off 7:00 supposing the leaders of the Ku Klux 7:02 Klan it exploded overnight Frank the 7:06 leader of the KKK group threaten 7:08 violence against the protesters in 7:11 Missouri and to killing and anonymous 7:14 more against violence against Kate 7:16 against division so the door of the 7:19 group exposed over 55 members of KKK all 7:23 high-ranking members and most involved 7:25 in a high level of politics senators and 7:28 congressmen governors and mayors many 7:31 doctors a website was up for a while 7:34 giving a page biography for each exposed 7:37 clan members while all of this work was 7:40 going on fearless one seemed to be 7:43 falling in love was not only anonymous 7:46 butter matter- but what was she to do 7:50 the protesters were then overrun by the 7:54 black lives matter movement which is 7:56 funded by George sorrows it seems the 7:59 peaceful protest in such an increasing 8:01 size and duration was too much for the 8:03 le to handle the paid the LM protesters 8:07 created violence in riots which 8:09 destroyed the peaceful hands up don't 8:11 shoot movement in the media stop using 8:13 the movements name and reports only 8:15 discussing the LM fearless one learned 8:19 much about those who control of their 8:21 friendship grew with Linus decaying when 8:24 he found out she was female it only 8:26 increased line has kept her safe online 8:29 which is where she was around the clock 8:32 even while at work by this time the 8:35 violence and rates and the KKK had risen 8:38 much the protests were countrywide and 8:41 the top highest level grand Wizards and 8:44 imperial dragons of the Ku Klux Klan 8:46 were being exposed by the dozens every 8:49 week then the group learned they had a 8:52 bitch 8:53 a fellow trusted amount of this sold-out 8:56 the identities of those he called friend 8:59 after an interview with ranking himself 9:03 those in the group found this out later 9:06 on 9:09 [Music] 9:20 throw some new faces and sounds awfully 9:23 troubled American town of Ferguson or 9:25 rather some new last they could flood 9:27 class anonymous the right-wing pay date 9:31 posted this threat to the activists 9:33 under Solomon a cave and probably become 9:36 service and use lethal force against 9:38 anyone wearing a tie for spark reaction 9:41 was quick and forthcoming you threaten 9:45 peaceful protesters with violence you 9:48 that notch we see your twitter account 9:50 we took down your website trance 10:01 the chores any sex education down any 10:09 pictures to perform very well be shut 10:12 down 10:15 analyst of attacks ranks and by hacking 10:19 facebook account that members publishing 10:21 them online public exposure of the 10:24 personal details 10:26 it's placed them in real danger some 10:28 members are so scared they decided to 10:31 quit the plant produces oh now you know 10:34 it's scared some people because of their 10:37 family 10:37 normal scumbags we're seeing what with a 10:42 while they got in they hacked your 10:45 website to know it was down i mean we 10:50 show is completely down 10:52 we had sex with then we'll get in 10:58 John and it's like heaven three children 11:01 and have reluctantly you're a loser for 11:05 will be repercussions speaking for the 11:07 white man the White Way our heritage our 11:10 next generation we got much longer lives 11:12 but this is the future of the white race 11:14 some of the elements in the group 11:26 received physical verbal written threats 11:28 one disappeared and other was nothing 11:32 the brakes on his car work so he would 11:34 be unable to stop with he was driving 11:36 after fearless one received that message 11:39 from him he disappeared and others cat 11:42 was killed in left George he was 11:45 verbally threatened his identity expose 11:47 he disappeared fearless one family was 11:51 dropping life's lives that is what 11:53 happens when dignity and loyalty died 11:55 while all of this was going on for week 11:58 fearless one made plans for the moment 12:01 when the shit really hit the fan which 12:04 she knew it would 12:05 this is a life an anonymous that is what 12:08 it means there will be no news articles 12:11 reporting deaths most never made it into 12:14 the news for their trials when one is 12:17 anonymous anonymous in every way the 12:20 identity is sacrificed for the idea 12:23 animals give up their previous 12:25 programming and re-installed with truth 12:28 fearless one had originally planned on 12:31 waiting for them to come she would not 12:33 go down without a fight and was prepared 12:36 than Linus offered her a place to go to 12:39 during this time the IRS he was so 12:41 infected animals were being used by 12:43 agents the group exposed the agents who 12:46 owned the server the IRC was on and the 12:49 anonymous that used to be dissolved more 12:52 probably than it was before there was no 12:55 one to trust and no one to help but 12:58 Linus is a true anonymous he holds the 13:01 idea and because of that life matters 13:04 every life no matter what fearless one 13:08 received a message one day that it was 13:10 time for her to leave they were coming 13:13 she went home and gathered her laptop 13:15 and USB and rest on the next plane she 13:18 had to wait in the safe house which he 13:21 had set up the head of times with her 13:22 passport she was heavily protected by 13:25 Hells Angels she had no money order 13:29 longings but Linus k in a few other 13:31 errands pulled their money together and 13:33 got the ticket that saved her life 13:36 one on from the group went public to 13:38 stay alive while at the safe house she 13:41 was going around online she stumbled 13:44 onto many files and documents which 13:46 caused the ship to really hit the fan 13:48 fearless one receive messages from a 13:52 friend saying private detectives have 13:54 been harassing fearless one's friends 13:56 and family trying to find her people had 13:59 to move to a different houses and change 14:01 phone numbers as this talking continued 14:05 the safe house was watched agent circled 14:08 the house from time to time trying to 14:10 see them would follow everyone who left 14:13 the house several times suit came to try 14:16 to get in but she was well protected and 14:19 had not been seeing no one knew she was 14:22 there for certain the government blocked 14:25 her passport for six weeks she was 14:28 talking to the last remaining anonymous 14:30 from the group who planned on leaving 14:32 the country as well during this downtime 14:35 they discovered who the switch was one 14:40 Alex culture was heading to Germany when 14:42 it was discovered he was paid by the 14:44 cake age of the trivia men's $1,000 / 14:48 said KKK is government runs and alex is 14:51 a bitch of coward and anonymous fraud 14:55 still today 14:56 hired by the government he now works as 14:58 a cyber agent and journalists helping to 15:02 keep the propaganda going boo just 15:05 another official owner of anonymous and 15:09 like all those who say they are they are 15:12 used by the government to have any not 15:14 an exposé reelin on the morning the 15:17 last one on from the group was to leave 15:19 the country whose car was on fire 15:22 fearless one was unable to get in touch 15:25 with her finals and after this sheet of 15:28 the next flight out as soon as the 15:30 documents in order and came to Linus in 15:35 a foreign country with the language she 15:37 never heard before everything was 15:40 different and as a refugee she could do 15:43 nothing but wait for an application to 15:45 go through so she was unable to make any 15:48 money and Linus at his own troubles 15:50 which we discussed in the previous video 15:52 times are very difficult especially in a 15:56 country where you cannot go to a pawn 15:58 shop we'll sell what you have for money 16:00 but that is the chain we are all the way 16:02 down by money fearless one was followed 16:07 internationally still able to keep your 16:10 files and documents safe she had to get 16:13 it out 16:13 people have a right to know what is 16:15 going on how they are controlled being 16:19 led to the slaughter and who is doing 16:21 this 16:22 le have done well to find their truth 16:25 and the true history and sciences from 16:27 the world there is one set of education 16:29 that the matters are given to learn and 16:31 here in dough and then just like the 16:34 internet there is the Deep Web vastly 16:38 larger pool of knowledge that has kept 16:40 him from the majority but it common 16:42 knowledge among those included the 16:44 fearless one wanted to find out who 16:46 these people were and expose them to the 16:49 world so she did see there was one red a 16:53 rough child interview one day in which 16:55 they claimed they to trace their genes 16:57 affect 16:58 Kane to 4400 DP however they never have 17:03 revealed that information and with the 17:05 claim being up there 17:07 fearless one took it upon herself to get 17:10 down to the truth and expose it once and 17:12 for all 17:13 she was a t-shirt word again so she 17:16 started at the basics DNA genetics then 17:21 she studied genealogy she found the le 17:24 families and read everything she found 17:26 some first-hand sources translating the 17:29 original work various medical scientific 17:33 astronomy language and other studies and 17:36 documents written by experts and 17:38 whistleblowers in their field she read 17:41 thousands of documents from the 17:42 blueprint of the houses there are 17:44 children al-douri Onassis and farnese 17:47 family's own to the artwork they have 17:50 what it means to the people painted work 17:54 statues they were in real life the 17:57 schools in clubs they want to she 18:00 followed them and learned much most will 18:02 never believe she studied their friends 18:05 their interests what they do behind 18:08 closed doors in the night 18:10 why they have so many secret looms and 18:12 hauls in their houses and castles what 18:15 they do at their parties she found many 18:18 many disturbing things grant pedophilia 18:22 and things that have no name and should 18:25 never be done soft-spoken out what they 18:29 really put into their wines before 18:31 selling them at 114214 dollars 18:36 know your enemy so she continued her 18:40 research and went further finest pushed 18:43 her to look deeper and go the extra step 18:45 even when she felt like giving him be 18:49 challenged or making sure she was not 18:51 looking forward said into their belief 18:53 in the way of thinking he shot her have 18:56 to wake up 18:57 how to be more than she was she followed 18:59 the LED back in time she uncovered for 19:02 herself 19:03 they have done to history across the 19:05 world in university they should study 19:09 three hours per credit hour serious 19:12 students study roughly 24 and 28 hundred 19:15 hours were here a PhD takes 4414 hours 19:20 over three years to complete within the 19:23 first 11 months of this focused research 19:25 the fearless one has spent over 7,000 19:29 hours of study on the LED lovely she 19:32 completed the genealogy that became 19:35 inflamed stands true the weight of what 19:38 was discovered was overwhelming in the 19:40 fearless one spent much time and energy 19:43 me crying and weeping in pain for the 19:45 blind masses she did not know what to do 19:48 but all of this is too big 19:51 people must now these things should be 19:53 known by all not hidden she compiled all 19:57 she could into a document trying to 19:59 summarize all she had learned so it 20:01 could be easily read understood and 20:04 passed to the masses knowing no one 20:06 would read anything long if at all 20:09 she made a limit of 150 pages this left 20:13 only time to jot down a very very brief 20:16 timeline of the main players of the 20:18 bloodlines though there was so much more 20:21 she said in which she could so she 20:24 learned how to make videos and websites 20:26 and get the message out to the world 20:28 account has been blocked 20:30 deleted and Bend video censored and 20:33 websites and articles taken down 20:35 repeatedly files have been hacked into 20:38 in bugged and much more 20:40 the battle we are in his real fearless 20:44 one is fear less or she has destroyed 20:48 your belief reviews 20:50 94 fear everything she knew she'd is 20:55 going from the proof into research she 20:57 has deleted all she was told from the 20:59 elite the programming is no more 21:03 she has walked through the fires of 21:05 deception and lightened fear that she is 21:07 anonymous and anonymous will not be 21:09 burned though it hurts the programming 21:12 is difficult to break for we must be 21:15 willing to and learn what we have been 21:17 taught by them erase the programming the 21:20 reactions the metal constipation 21:23 recognize the symbols the time 21:26 listen to and understand what the elite 21:29 in what they mean 21:31 do not be deceived it was difficult she 21:34 spent many months struggling to accept 21:36 the truth she found to leap program her 21:39 mind in the truth but that is with 21:41 anonymous requires fearless one made a 21:44 choice when she became anonymous to give 21:48 their life to truth to fight 23 people 21:51 but she cannot free her fellow humans 21:53 from their slavery she is forced to 21:56 watch in torment as a blind wander in 21:58 the dark without knowing forced to hold 22:01 the weight of what is to come 22:03 she cannot stop it alone so in the hope 22:07 that one may wake up for just one person 22:10 is worth the world this one other person 22:13 is willing to speak truth and only truth 22:16 regardless the cost then the information 22:20 she has will not die with her 22:22 truth is the light in the darkness we 22:25 fight against the forces of darkness 22:27 which can never extinguish their light 22:29 so long as those with the idea the light 22:33 of truth 22:34 keep shining the idea will live on 22:38 expected



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END OF THE U.S. CORRUPT SYSTEM - What are the Reasons? ( Full Documentary)

 Amazing Documentary on controling Money, Power, Government, Empire
Four Horsemen is a 2012 British documentary directed by Ross Ashcroft. The documentary points out the faults and consequences of our fractional reserve banking system, debt-based economy and political lobbying by banks, which shows this system to be a serious threat to Western civilization. It also points out concerns about the War on Terror, which claims is not fought to spread democracy, but to create larger debts to the banks. As an alternative, the film promotes a return to classical economics and the gold standard on which this country was founded.

Among those interviewed are Joseph Stiglitz, former chief economist at the World Bank, Noam Chomsky, linguistics professor, John Perkins, author and former economic hitman, Herman Daly, economy professor and Max Keiser, TV host and former trader. The film is worth the time to watch and consider.






























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