Creature from Jekyll Island: The Federal Reserve System–Videos
G Edward Griffin – Creature From Jekyll Island A Second Look at the Federal Reserve
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Background Articles and Videos
Milton Friedman: The Purpose of the Federal Reserve
CNBC Milton Friedman Tribute! Federal Reserve Caused Great Depression!
The Founding of the Federal Reserve
Greenspan Admits The Federal Reserve Is Above The Law & Answers To No One
Federal Reserve Notes VS. United States Notes
G. Edward Griffin
“G. Edward Griffin (born November 7, 1931) is an American film producer, author, and political lecturer. Starting as a child actor, he became a radio station manager before age 20. After writing for the 1968 Wallace campaign, he began a career of producing documentaries and books on often-debated topics like cancer, Noah’s ark, and the Federal Reserve, as well as on right-libertarian views of the U.S. Supreme Court, terrorism, subversion, and foreign policy. Since the 1970s, Griffin has promoted Laetrile as a killer of cancer cells, a view not accepted by a majority of scientists. He has also promoted the Durupınar site as hosting the original Noah’s ark, against skeptics as well as near-Ararat Creationists. He has opposed the Federal Reserve since the 1960s, saying it constitutes a banking cartel and an instrument of war and totalitarianism. In 2002, Griffin founded the individualist network Freedom Force International.
producer, author, and political lecturer. Starting as a child actor, he became a radio station manager before age 20. After writing for the 1968 Wallace campaign, he began a career of producing documentaries and books on often-debated topics like cancer, Noah’s ark, and the Federal Reserve, as well as on right-libertarian views of the U.S. Supreme Court, terrorism, subversion, and foreign policy. Since the 1970s, Griffin has promoted Laetrile as a killer of cancer cells, a view not accepted by a majority of scientists. He has also promoted the Durupınar site as hosting the original Noah’s ark, against skeptics as well as near-Ararat Creationists. He has opposed the Federal Reserve since the 1960s, saying it constitutes a banking cartel and an instrument of war and totalitarianism. In 2002, Griffin founded the individualist network Freedom Force International. …”
Interview with G. Edward Griffin, Author of ‘The Creature from Jekyll Island’
(Secretive Creation of the Federal Reserve System)
Interview by Victor Thorn & Lisa Guliani
“…Victor Thorn: Let me ask you this question: I was talking to an economist the other day and I asked him a fairly vague question: “How close or how realistic is the possibility that the bottom could really drop out of our economy?” He said it is, in fact, a real possibility. What are your views on that?
G. Edward Griffin: My view on that is kind of complicated. First of all, as I said in my book, I believe that what is happening to our monetary system is disastrous to the future of the country. It’s a disaster to the monetary system. I don’t see how it could survive without falling apart. It’s a disaster to the freedom issue. I don’t see how people can continue to have this system and maintain their personal freedoms. I’m really alarmed about that. I believe that sooner or later, the bubble has to burst. Now, let me qualify that by saying – and I think I said this in the book – there is one condition under which we would not have a collapse of the monetary system. That would be a condition in which no one would dare say that we had one. In other words: totalitarianism. If we had no freedom of speech, no freedom in the marketplace, no freedom to buy or sell as we wished, then all of the forces of supply and demand would be paralyzed. Under those conditions, there would be no collapse of the monetary system.
There would just be slavery. And what concerns me is we may be moving into that scenario. I believe, for example, that the Federal Reserve is manipulating the market. I’m convinced that there are mechanisms they are using. They’re using the hidden taxation of inflation, and the creation of money out of nothing to sustain the stock market to create the ILLUSION of continued prosperity. That is a terrible thing, when you can intervene in the free market like that and literally paralyze it. So what I’m concerned about is that we are moving very close into a condition where it might be comparable to the Soviet Union twenty years ago. If we had lived in the Soviet Union twenty years ago, no one would have said that they were having economic problems because the official line from the state was “everything is improving”. They had five-year plans, ten-year plans, everything’s on target, employment is up, prosperity is up; the value of the rouble is up. All the official pronouncements were positive and nobody DARED say that they were lies. I think we’re coming to the point – if we aren’t there already – where we’re looking that kind of a thing smack in the face. …”
John Birch Society
“The John Birch Society is a political education and action organization founded by Robert W. Welch Jr. in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1958. The society supports traditionally conservative causes such as anti-communism, support for individual rights, and the ownership of private property. It promotes U.S. independence and sovereignty and opposes globalism and international regional groups, such as the European Union, or a proposed North American Union.
The Society is on the right of the American political spectrum.  Its website states: “In the United States, however, a conservative is one who seeks to support and retain the traditional institutions of the U.S. government, including the rule of law under the Constitution, and the political doctrines of individual rights and freedom as espoused by the Founding Fathers.” 
The society was named after John Birch, a United States military intelligence officer and Baptist missionary in World War II, who was killed in 1945 by supporters of the Communist Party of China. Birch’s parents joined the society as life members. 
Based in Appleton, Wisconsin, the society has local chapters in all 50 states. Its stated aim is to achieve “Less Government, More Responsibility, and — With God’s Help — a Better World.” The society operates the wholly-owned corporation American Opinion Publishing, which changed its name from John Birch Publishing in 1994 and publishes the journal The New American.
The John Birch Society says it is anti-totalitarian, particularly anti-socialist and anti-communist, and leans to libertarian. It seeks to limit the powers of government and defends what it sees as the original intention of the U.S. Constitution, based on Judeo-Christian principles. It opposes collectivism, including wealth redistribution, economic interventionism, socialism, communism, and fascism. In a 1983 edition of Crossfire, Congressman Larry McDonald (D-Georgia), then its newly appointed chairman, characterized the Society as belonging to the Old Right, rather than the new right.
The John Birch Society opposed aspects of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s because of its concerns that the movement had communists in important positions. The Society opposed the 1964 Civil Rights Act, saying it was in violation of the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution and overstepped the rights of individual states to enact laws regarding civil rights.
The Society is against a unified “one world government”, and has an immigration reduction view on immigration reform. It opposes the United Nations, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), and other free trade agreements.
The Society argues that there is a devaluing of the US Constitution in favor of international government, and that this is not an accident. It cites David Rockefeller’s 2002 autobiography Memoirs in which Rockefeller writes, “Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.” …”
Rare year 1982 video with G. Edward Griffin & Norman Dodds#1
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