Literacy on the topic of money is at an all-time low. This book is tremendously important not only in its presentation, but by drawing attention to an age-old topic that should have a major presence in the public mind.
- Benjamin Gisin, Author of "Farmers and Ranchers Guide to Credit," publisher of "Touch the Soil" magazine, and a senior loan officer for a top 10 bank --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I found Ellen Brown's book Web of Debt extremely well written and researched.
It lies within our power, and in this book, to find our own ruby/silver slippers, thus avoiding the crisis to find our way back home to the real utopia.
The Fed will always lend ANY AMOUNT of money to the government because it can do so by simply "printing" the money.
Shows how the criminal bankster cult creates wars, finances both sides and dumps the US taxpayer with the HUGE and impossible interest cost!Published 20 days ago by Lawrence F. Byrnes
This is an excellent book, although there are a few things I disagree with. But history of fiat money is well-worth reading about in here.Published 1 month ago by Spiderman
This is an excellent book. It is very nice to have some insight into the way things really work. Thanks Ellen Brown.Published 1 month ago by Pat fuchs
On of the most important books on finance you can read. I have un under grad in Political science and am a CPA. I learned more with this book than either of the degrees. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ducktape
This might be the greatest book ever written on the topic of central banking, commercial law, and every illusion seen today. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jordan
major insite to how the finanical world actually works , you will b blown awayPublished 2 months ago by CASSRETAIL
This is the best book on this subject. This explains why we are in debt and how to get out of debt.
Following the money is the way to understand the truth of our history. This book explains how and why wars happen, why certain countries become our "enemies" and why... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Matt
I sold this book back on Amazon as it was beyond my level of financial cognition. I doubt my level of debt would have improved by reading the book to its conclusion.Published 4 months ago by Noraxpat