profane but enlightened
A recap of America’s fall under yoke of the Federal Reserve, “The Monopoly Men,” offers concise summary in under an hour. Speakers include Eustace Mullins, author of “Secrets of the Federal Reserve,” Larry Bates, Michael Collins Piper, William Still, author of “On the Horns of the Beast,” among others. The period 1907-1913 immediately preceding creation of the Fed proves critical.
Panic of 1907 used as a call for reform and need for a Central Bank that resulted in the Aldrich Plan. “Jacob Schiff, the chief executive officer of Kuhn, Loeb and Co., in a speech to the New York Chamber of Commerce, warned that ‘unless we have a central bank with adequate control of credit resources, this country is going to undergo the most severe and far reaching money panic in its history.’ ‘The Panic of 1907’ hit full stride in October,” as excerpted from Wikipedia provides insight into bankers’ strong desire for a Central Bank.
When the Aldrich Plan failed, Eustace Mullins explains bankers backed Teddy Roosevelt’s run for president in 1912 against President William H. Taft, in order, to take votes from Taft and result in a Woodrow Wilson victory It was believed, as a Democrat, Wilson could sign a bill for the creation of the Federal Reserve.
The documentary concludes the United States long considered a threat to international bankers’ control, helps explain, the Civil War as an attempt to divide and weaken threat, assassination of Abraham Lincoln for printing debt free greenbacks, likewise, John F Kennedy’s assassination for printing US Treasury issued Federal Notes. It may not be news to readers, but presentation is well done and worthwhile viewing.