The Money Masters (1996)(Economics)

As Documentaries about the dangers of the US Federal Reserve go, "the Money Masters" is much less conspiratorial in tone than most. A 3 hour epic history lesson, it is filled with a vast and inclusive global perspective. First we travel from the birth place of fractional reserve practices, in 11th century Europe where goldsmiths store your gold in metal boxes and learn that if sneaky, they can lend out some of it to make their own profit, because no-one comes to claim all of it at the same time. Then on to the 1640's and the rise of the Bank of England, across the Atlantic to the American revolution, and the War of 1812, then back to Europe where the Rothschilds are busy financing the Napoleonic wars. Forward again into the 20th century covering the roaring 20's and the great depression until, only at the end do we finally arrive, as all good documentaries about our financial masters must, to warnings of the immanent 5 global domination of the world by the same avaricious bankers we have been following all along. In all it is a fascinating journey, encompassing a particular perspective on global affairs, well worth watching, even if just for the history lesson.

"In our days, not alone, is wealth accumulated, but immense power and despotic economic domination is concentrated in the hands of a few...
This power becomes particularly irresistible when exercised by those who, because they hold and control money, are able also to govern credit and determine its allotment, for this reason supplying, so to speak, the life-blood to the entire economic body, and grasping, as it were, in their hands the very soul of the economy, so that no one dare breath against their will"
~ Pope Pius XI (1930s)

"Educate your friends our country needs a solid group who really understands how our money is manipulated and what the solutions are. Because when a depression comes, there will be those who call themselves conservatives who come forward advancing solutions framed by the international bankers." ~

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