Posts Tagged Web Of Debt
November 6, 2014
Ellen Hodgson Brown, J.D., is author of the recently published Public Banking Solution, but also the incisive and well documented The Web Of Debt – The Shocking Truth About Our Money System And How We Can Break Free. Her latter work is what will be covered lightly here.
For most of the modern world, money has been a staple of everyday life. A great deal of our daily functions revolve around this much used, but poorly understood economic tool.
In recent years, the monetary system has grown to untold levels. With inflation running rampant, student loan debts reaching preposterous levels, and quantitative easing in the fold, it’s no wonder that the ‘too-big-too-fail’ economic system seems to be cracking bit by bit.
Most [if not all] of the above issues stem from our inherent corrupt money system. The birth of this financial control grid is covered in extensive and mind-blowing detail in Brown’s Web Of Debt book.
Pulling no punches, this historic piece has got gall. Not afraid to name names, and branching through centuries of historical data, Brown’s work showcases what the financial, political, and elite minds of these times were pondering.
This particular piece also offers data/ideas on some of the vital issues we face and how we might overcome said issues.
From the inception to the private, and heinous Federal Reserve, up to current times, the reader will get ample evidence of the financial mishaps/crimes that are taking place. This is important, because much of the populace is unaware of these dealings.
If you wish to know the truth about our financial monetary system, the truth about its wide-ranging and sinister history, and ways in which to enrich your knowledge on this esoteric subject, then this book is definitely for you.
Other Suggested Reading
The Secrets Of Federal Reserve by Eustance Mullins
All The Presidents’ Bankers by Nomi Prins