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- Listening Length: 24 hours and 21 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Audiobooks.com
- Audible.com Release Date: July 18, 2013
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00E0SER8Y
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The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve Audiobook – Unabridged
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* Why America fought in WW1
* Why Russian revolutions occurred and who benefited from those
* Why people in other countries are so gullible when receiving foreign aid.
* How the large bankers took advantage of those countries by legalizing smuggling, just for them, not the common folk
And most importantly:
* How the common US folk is paying for all of it out of its own pocket through the hidden tax of inflation.
A true eye opener. Gotta love America for letting a writer publish such an indispensable journey into history political deceit. Other countries like Russia would have probably made the author disappear, the way it has always been done.
A word of caution:
This book may make you angry. However please do understand that everything it talks about happened, happens, and will continue to happen so long as the earth is populated. Just accept it and find a way to be prepared for the future, as the past always repeats itself.
If you have any interest in U.S. history, world history, economics, politics, or just wonder why the world is the way it is; this book can help you understand.
Griffin covers some immensely important topics, the creation of the federal reserve system, the history of money, the conspirational theory of history, and the future of global socialism toward which we are being propelled in a manner which is enlightening, scholarly, and entertaining.
The Bible says, "The truth shall set you free." There is great truth within this book. The main question is if enough public spirited leaders can come together to understand these important truths such that we can know justice and love mercy while yet there is time.
As a necessary criticism, I believe what could have been a great book is made less so by the weakness of the overall conslusion. Certainly things need to change, or we are on the road to serfdom. But I had hoped that Griffin's awesome scholarship would have come up with a more practicable solution than what is described in the conclusion. Perhaps this is unfair. At any rate, I urge all who are rightly concerned with the future of Western civilization to read carefully this excellent book and to draw their own conclusions.