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Bailouts, stimulus packages, debt piled upon debt, Where will it all end?
How did we get into a situation where there has never been more material wealth & productivity and yet everyone is in debt to bankers?
And then all of a sudden, the bankers have no money and we the taxpayers have to rescue them by going even further into debt!
Do you find it all confusing?
Explore the baffling, fraudulent and destructive arithmetic of the money system that holds us hostage to a forever growing debt.
Media Monarchy dot com’s James Evan Pilato interviews Wall Street whistleblower turned forensic historian, Richard Grove, currently the editor of Tragedy and Hope Magazine – http://www.TragedyAndHope.com .
Therein, Richard explains the root causes of the global economic meltdown and how to prevent further fallout from adversely affecting America, as James and Richard break common ground and share the evidence which has been profitably suppressed by establishment media.
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It is commonly known in economics academia that The Wonderful Wizard of Oz written by L. Frank Baum in 1900 is loaded with powerful symbols of monetary reform which were the core of the Populist movement and the 1896 and 1900 presidental bids of Populist Democrat William Jennings Bryan.
The yellow brick road (gold standard), the Scarecrow (farmers), the Tin Man (industrial workers), the Wicked Witch of the West (Cleveland banker J.D. Rockefeller) and the Wicked Witch of the East (NY banker J.P.Morgan), the Emerald City of Oz (greenback money), the illusory power of the Wizard in the capitol city (who monopolized power through deceit), even Dorothy’s silver slippers (changed to ruby slippers for the color movie version -symbols of Baum’s and Bryan’s belief that adding silver coin to gold coin would provide much needed money to a depression-strapped, 1890s America). Oz is a virtual forest of monetary reform symbolism, done by someone extremely well versed in the Populist monetary reform goals of the period (Baum was a newspaperman and author) – goals which have never changed – they are still valid today, they are needed now more than then.