Read some sage words from Silas Walter Adams who penned a classic in 1958, "The Organized Crime of Banking," a scathing critique of the United States' adoption of the Federal Reserve Banking system ...
"You are fed daily by radio, TV, and Press awful hates, the national and international bankers shovel out to you.Once hate of the Kaiser, then the Hitler, then the Stalin, the Japs were peddled, now the Russians, the Nassars, the Tartars, the Chinese are held up in scorn that we may hate them. And back of it all is "international money," the desire of each nation to control.
"Until the Russian revolution of 1917, all of our national life, Russia had been our bosom friend; and never a note of her feudalism; but when the masses revolted, and their leaders set up "communism," and quit using our money, the bankers and international money lenders began a systematic hate campaign, trying to keep the people hating the Russians; because after all is said and done, the only power on Earth that the despoilers of men fear is the aroused enlightened masses. They have no fear of brainwashed people."
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Here's a good opportunity to plug Silas Adams classic work. I got the title wrong six years ago. The right title is "The Legalized Crime of Banking." It's one of those books written about the NWO that stopped me dead in my tracks and compelled me to read the whole thing in about three days. Adams presents a comprehensive, technical criticism of The Federal Reserve and fractional reserve banking in general. He make his greatest hay delineating the Fed's actual profits from bankrolling the Second World War. In several spots in the book, this amount is calculated to be about $2.4 trillion.Originally Posted by ;5955
Adams' nineteen well-organized and documented chapters are well worth your time. His writing style, meticulous documentation, and scathing criticism compare well with the many Federal Reserve critique books that came after him. Book is in print, primarily available from Omni Books omnicbc.com