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The Web of Debt and the Deep State: How do we break free?

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The more that comes to light, the more apparent it is how miraculous Trump’s victory truly was. Trump's election proved that there is a Deep State and the fact that he overcame their opposition can only be described as a gift from God.

The existence of the Deep State used to only be believed by the conspiracy theorists found on the far corners of the Internet but it is becoming apparent that yes there is a Deep State and yes they will do everything in their power to prevent Trump from instituting the policies that he campaigned on. They are working night and day to co-opt Trump. They are working to surround him with people who believe in the exact opposite of what Trump ran on.

Anyone who is interested in learning the origins of those who are seeking to derail President Trump and why President Trump’s policies are such a threat to the established order will want to attend Ellen Brown’s presentation on April 30th. Anyone who has an interest in monetary policy and why the current system is accelerating the decline of our country will want to attend this talk. Rather than try to describe Ellen Brown’s brilliance and why this is a talk you will not want to miss, please read the following Amazon reviews of her book The Web of Debt.

“Especially if you work in the financial services industry I recommend you read this book. There's a lot you don't know.... and this book will fill in the missing pieces. Even as I studied and became certified as a financial planner and investment representative in the securities industry (Series 7) I never came across the fundamental truths explained in this book.”

“I gave "Web of Debt" five stars, because it is simply a miraculous work, in my opinion. Author Ellen H. Brown has accomplished the impossible by writing an engaging book that explains America's money system from its beginnings to its tenuous state today. I am a money-challenged, finance-ignorant individual who was motivated to read this book so I could better understand current events and the workings of the world within the financial context. "Web of Debt" has absolutely increased my ability to understand how our money system affects events in the U.S. and around the world. Brown takes apart the 2008 subprime scandal and Wall St. Collapse so people like you and me can see what, how and why these crises took place. Because she starts by tracing the historic roots of our system, and how it was gradually corrupted, I suspect "Web of Debt" would be a great read for finance sophisticates, too.”

“This is an outstanding book, both in scope and detail. I regret only that the book was not available years ago so that my generation of World War II and the crucial years thereafter could get a proper education about economics in general and our U.S. money system in particular. There are several ways to summarize the patient and courageous work which the author, Ellen Brown, devoted to this book. It could be called a history of money and associated politics from just before the establishment of the Bank of England until recent events in the U.S. and abroad. It could be called an elaboration of a moral fable about what is usually taken to be a story for children, namely the Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. It could be called a penetrating exposé of human greed on a vast scale involving the Federal Reserve and national (but privately owned) banks of other countries. It could be described in many other ways. I prefer however to view it as a successful quest for an international currency that could foster and sustain a democratic system that recycles interest or surplus in an ecological manner so as to preclude the tendency for wealth to accumulate on behalf of just a few people at the expense of everyone else.

The author provides an extensive glossary with definitions of key financial terms like bear raid, cartel, central bank, derivatives, Federal Reserve banks, fiat money, leveraging, money supply, moral hazard, Ponzi scheme, privatization, proprietary trading, reserve requirement, short sale, specie, structural adjustment, tight money, uptick rule and so forth. The bibliographic notes and reading list alone are worth many times the price of the book. Best of all is the final chapter which recaps the previously discussed features of money systems and from this reassembly proposes a 12-point platform for any political party (whatever it calls itself) with intent to genuinely resolve our present disaster. The platform is focused around this project: "Either repeal of the Federal Reserve Act as in violation of the Constitution, or amendment of the act to make the Federal Reserve a truly federal agency, administered by the U.S. Treasury.

I can hardly overstate my conviction that this is a must-read book for all Americans who still read books and who still care actively about the future of our beloved country.”


Ellen Brown is an attorney, founder of the Public Banking Institute, and a Fellow at the Democracy Collaborative. She has written twelve books, including the best-selling Web of Debt. Her latest book, The Public Bank Solution, explores successful public banking models historically and globally. She has also written over 300 articles, posted on her blog at EllenBrown.com; and co-hosts a radio program on PRN.FM called “It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown.”

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