How The Federal Reserve Enslaved America with G. Edward Griffin

G. Edward Griffin gives an incredible presentation on how the “parasitic” Federal Reserve Enslaved America.
Starting from its inception, Mr. Griffin, author of ‘The Creature From Jekyll Island’ details how the Federal Reserve came to be, how it uses the treasury as a puppet and how the private Federal Reserve controls the currency and forces individuals collectively into debt.
As Mr. Griffin says, the central banking complex is a parasite and it feeds on the host until the host dies.
Fiat currency is printed out of thin air, devaluing the currency, causing debt and inflation. Where money has intrinsic value and is not centralized by globalists, fiat has always reverted to its intrinsic value of zero and this will not change no matter how much it’s manipulated and how much debt is created.
This shoves individuals into debt enslavement, forcing them into servitude to the state and banking system.

G. Edward Griffin also goes into other central banks like The Bank of Canada and the differences and similarities between the Federal Reserve and other globalist central banks. He also talks about who really controls the Federal Reserve and who formed it.

Mr. Griffin then goes into Bitcoin and blockchain in general as well as breaks down his book “World Without Cancer” and how the pharmaceutical industry is a political industry bent on profit rather than actual cures. He says the pharmaceutical industry isn’t much different from the central banking system.

This speech took place at the ‘Take The Red Pill Winnipeg!’ event in Canada, hosted by Josh Sigurdson and John Sneisen of World Alternative Media as we at WAM prepare for ‘The Red Pill Expo’ in Bozeman Montana this June.

G. Edward Griffin explains why it’s so important to come out to this historic event. You can find the link to this event below!

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Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

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  • fulltimegeek

    We can all free ourselves just by using *STEEMIT* and transacting in *STEEM*. It can’t get much easier than that.

  • John Rider

    funny i was not invited and i knew 9 11 was bull the day it happened
    i have known the federal reserve was a fraud since they killed all the people on the titanic
    and then six months later the fed was created
    anyways enjoy whats coming because it is only going to get worse and worse and worse and worse

  • Weinhold

    Gigantic piece of investigation: the fed is not a government agency; it is a government “authority.” It isn’t owned by anyone. Member banks invest a small percentage of their capital stock (i.e. Reserves or shareholder’s equity) as paid in capital in a federal reserve bank. The federal reserve bank pays them interest on this, and they have certain rights, such as a (currently 3 percent dividend, and access to the discount window). But this doesn’t give them control or real ownership over the federal reserve system.

    I’m wondering specifically what is meant by the fed is a “cartel.” This implies that the fed is a for profit entity or that anyone is making out at the public’ expense.

    One rational criticism is that only insider money center banks actually get to benefit directly from the fed’s open market operations (“money printing”/”money destroying”). Straight from the horse’s mouth: “Open Market Transactions
    The Federal Reserve conducts open market operations with primary dealers—government securities dealers who have an established trading relationship with the Federal Reserve. So while the target policy rate is the uncollateralized lending rate between banks (fed funds), the Fed operates in the collateralized lending market with primary dealers (repo). This structure works because the primary dealers have accounts at clearing banks, which are depository institutions. So when the Fed sends and receives funds from the dealer’s account at its clearing bank, this action adds or drains reserves to the banking system.” So being on the receiving end of a transaction where the government is printing money and using it to buy securities (i.e., repurchase agreements or “repos”) at what are necessarily slightly above market prices (because the is effectively government buying stuff from when nobody else will at prices nobody else would pay) is a form of a subsidy. So it can be said that the fed subsidized these primary government securities dealers. Getting back to member banks, you can also say that access to the discount window and other forms of bailouts which the fed engages and which have become all too familiar) are subsidies. But this isn’t very startling. If the fed wanted to increase the money supply by buying used cars from a limited number of reliable, liquid, and trusted used car dealers, instead of buying bonds from a limited number of reliable, liquid, trusted bond dealers, in pretty sure Ford, GM, or Car Max would be in a much better position to benefit than me or some small used car lot in the middle of nowhere.

    I’m not a fan of this system. I just think it is pretty funny that this rather straightforward and largely transparent system has been raised to the conspiracy theory evil overlord status, simply because people prey on those who haven’t taken a few finance and economics classes. If you don’t think the members of the FOMC or the presidents of the Federal Reserve banks are government employees, or if you think that they don’t really control the federal reserve system, you are misinformed or you are nuts.

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