The dark art of money - the biggest obstacle to change

Critical Thinking has identified three fundamental flaws in the political economy which have concentrated power in the hands of a few. At the centre of those wielding this power are banking dynasties which, in the early 20th century, created a privately owned central bank, the US Federal Reserve (Fed), to take control of American money and, consequently, corporations, economics, politics, law, media, education, academia, military and intelligence.

Over the last 100 years, they have expanded their reach globally via a web of central banks, coordinated through the privately owned Bank of International Settlements (BIS) in Basel, Switzerland.

It is their version of politics, economics, wars, environmental policy etc. that prevails. Until their power and its source are understood, momentum for change cannot be created. Anyone serious about changing the world for the better needs to understand money and how it is manipulated to rule the world. James Corbett lays out a clear history of the Fed in this video and in the accompanying show notes.

One man who foresaw what would result from the creation of the Fed was Alfred Owen Crozier: a man who saw how it would all play out, and even wrote a book titled "U.S. Money vs Corporation Currency" (costing 25 cents) explaining and predicting everything that would ultimately happen, even adding some 30 illustrations for those readers who were visual learners.

103 Years Later, Wall Street Turned Out Just As One Man Predicted by Tyler Durden
Scroll to the bottom of Durden's article to see the illustrations.

Most economists don't even understand that only by removing the power of the banks can we change the world and avoid collapse.

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