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What Is Gaslighting and How Do the Democrats Do It?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 4 months ago

What Is Gaslighting and How Do the Democrats Do It?

"Thrown around a lot. But you know what it means. Gaslighting is a multi step process of getting people to believe. Things are real that are. In fact, not real that are fake is based on a movie gaslight. And this this this woman and if you ever see in a modern text, what's the girl on the train or something? That's a more modern version of it where this abusive husband gets the wife to believe all of these things happen that she did them while she was drunk and stupor, and none of them in fact happened. That's what gaslighting is. Gaslighting is getting people to believe things that are fake. Repeating a lot. How do you do it? How do you do that gas like people into believing what's not? Reality is in fact real well, you do it in a multi step process. You tell people they lie. That's not enough People lie all the time and get caught. And up the show, like G Edward Griffin said decades ago. Repeat the lie often. Another step. Repeat the lie confidently. Don't waver. Don't equivocate at all. State that lie confidently stated proudly. You know it's a lie, but stayed it like you really believe it. This is for real. I got a case of the for reals. And then the last part you have to isolate people from the truth. The media and the fact checkers play that role the left wise, they lie all the time. They lie. Often, they lie confidently. And they have to isolate people from the truth and the way they isolate people from the truth again is using this consortium of media hacks and so called fact checkers and social media. To isolate people from the truth. It shows in the polls

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G. Edward Griffin's Words Relatable Decades Later

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 4 months ago

G. Edward Griffin's Words Relatable Decades Later

"Of audio. Cue up. Cut one. For me. Jim is about a minute 20 seconds. This is decades ago. It's G. Edward Griffin. Tim explaining how Communists How they infiltrate the country. Gas like them, get them to believe things aren't true. Aren't true. How they tell lies over and over repeatedly and how they Associate the good people with the people with the quote. He'll say That's the bad smell The band you say, Listen, you'll see what I mean. And how they propagandize people. The past is prologue. This was this is from decades ago. Tell me this isn't applicable right now. Check this out. 1943 the following directive was issued from party headquarters to all communists in the United States. It read when certain obstructionists become too irritating. Fascist or Nazi or anti Semitic. And use the prestige of anti fascist and tolerance organizations to discredit them. In the public mind constantly associate those who oppose us with those names, which already have a bad smell. The association will, after enough repetition become fact in the public mind. Yeah. Sound familiar. That guy GF Griffin could have said Hat Tip. By the way, Dan Scavino put that out on his social media account. Good job. That could have been said yesterday.

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"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

03:36 min | 10 months ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Zombie apocalypse is meant to get you to think of certain human beings as human cultural entertainment things that just put these ideas into into your head. The media i mean is is more powerful than war. I guess to affect the culture. Look at the. We've all seen pictures and videos of some events that happened in grocery stores which some guy goes in there like me as it look. I don't. I don't think that these are good idea. I think they're bad for my health and yours to and takes off the math the mask and the grocery store who could be some people tackle under the ground and beat him up and these are good people to do that as they think. They think they're doing the right thing you say. So it's all the warfare is in the mind of this in this era in which we live if you can if you can capture person's attitudes in his beliefs than you've it's more it's more effective than pointing a gun. At him and a bayonet he will do what you wanted to do. Because you convinced him. It's the right thing to do and you don't have to force him. The train these activists as well to bird dog to go into grocery stores and to have a friend with a camera ready and to provoke people to provoke people to the point of them snapping and then they capture them on the camera and they cut that little piece of footage out of context it to their media connection that they get through their activism organization and oftentimes just all setup and even if it's a it's a setup in part in many cases because the people the other side are not part of the set of they're not actors they really do react on it. You know it if you go up sub start poking him on the shoulder and you're stupid you're stupid. Take the mascot all. Don't you know they're foreign you and you keep hitting them well. What do you think that guy's going to do. You're gonna hit you back right eventually. He's not listening to you at all. You harden his position and convince him that you're you're wrong and that he's even more right than you thought you is. He's it's all psychological warfare. They do the training also. You mentioned one hundred years. I tell people something similar alive because they train people they make people believe. They know how to spot propaganda. There's trump gas lighting and so whatever what aboutism they give all these terms eighth rows very surface level propaganda. I'm like no you. These guys have a hundred year head. Start on you. And they have well-funded social science research. Edward rene stuff all that all that stuff. They've been training practicing with and you think after ten minutes of hearing. Msnbc or fox tell you what gas lighting is. You're caught up to them and we have. We have to catch up with them. And that's our mission is not just waiting around until it gets so bad that we do lock and load. Then go out there and meet him you know. Meet him out there in the sealed. It's now no it's it's. It's not that way today. The weaponry is different and the motivation of the combatants is different. The issues are different. This is a different world. I mean we're still fighting for liberty but the old battlefields are quite different. I feel like over the years not that many years either at least just the twenty first century as each pillar of the bill of rights has been knocked out from privacy to due process it. Just i mean the the genius people have argued. They shouldn't even have put the bill of rights in because it makes it look like there's a defined list to finite lists..

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"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

05:10 min | 10 months ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Who do nothing but think ahead and draw plans and scenarios. Well what if this happens. Then we do that and whether that happens we do this. And then we have a b and c plan maybe a e f and g plan and they figure four five and six steps ahead. The everything's planned out is nothing. Nothing takes them by surprise. And you read some of their documents even on this. Kobe thing and some of the documents they put out like twenty years ago said when we when we start to release the not release the the virus but what to when we when we finally react to the violence say yes. We know it's going to be released or said to be released. The novel coronavirus in particular case every member perception is all. You need the right to be real once. People think this thing has been released. They're going to do this and then we will do that. And at one point they said at some point will we start downloading a lot of controls over the population. There's gonna be pushed back a lot of people get angry and they're going to rise up against us and we must prepare for that now. That was twenty or thirty years ago. So if people think oh just locking low you know men. They're way behind the group. The military has anticipated that thirty years ago. I remember sitting next to a colonel is probably at least twenty years ago on an airplane and he dressed in civilian clothes and we got into conversation and that he was at a meeting someplace who i've forgotten where it was and the media you're carnival and have a big important meeting going on a. Yeah i we're talking about the future. The future of military action. In america. I sit in america said. Oh yes oh yes. It's an american future. It military used to be designed to control and combat enemies from other nations but in the future are major. Major action will be to control the population of our own countries..

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"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

05:04 min | 10 months ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"I i in the world of the internet. It's so much easier to communicate with people these truths that we see to show them proves. But somehow i feel like it's almost harder to get through the people. There's so much noise whereas my father told me that. And he was right. And i knew and i don't know how how he even he would buy books or get newsletters or whatever but i don't even know how he was tapped into the real truth and now it overwhelms us but still we. Don't slow it down now much because we haven't really taken the steps necessary to do so. You have to have power to do. So you can't information alone is not enough and there's an old saying that you know truth will set you free and and and the truth will always win no and maybe in the long run over one hundred. Hundreds of thousands of years but truth can easily be overpowered by lives. If the people telling allies have control of the communications media and the educational system and the judicial system and the prison system and all of these you know and they control your paycheck and all of these things you work for these big corporations if they if they can get their hands on the levers of economic and political an informational power in a nation. They can override truths for a long long period of time and create untold suffering. So we can't just sit back and smugly say oh. Gee i read a book i understand this now so therefore they can't do this to me. I had a friend a very good friend dr john. Richardson who you may remember. He was a key figure. In one of the books. I wrote on cancer research and therapy. It was a great md of great principled man and he started to treat cancer with a substance from nature. That was not approved by the fda. Of course they went after him because it was not approved the region. it wasn't approved because it was the fda wouldn't approve it. They require that you have about a ten million or twenty million dollar budget to go through all these tests and so forth and besides it. They don't like the fda none of the pharmaceutical industry components which control the fda want anything to do with anything from nature. Because you cannot patent something from nature you can't make any money on it so they always want a concoction test-tube chemistry to treat all illnesses. Because now that can be patented. And i remember john richardson. He said well they can't they can't prevent me from saving lives and i'm a doctor. I have my hypocr attic of do no harm and i'm saving lives. How can they force me to stop using something that works well from nature and use these chemical compounds that kill people instead of save lives. Come they can't do it. And i remember. He often reach in his pocket. He carried a little a little pocket version of the constitution. He'd hold it up. They can't do this. they can't i've i'm protected by the constitution. And of course i kept trying to say. Wait a minute. John slow dumb. They don't give a damn about that little piece of paper and they're gonna throw you in br and sure enough..

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"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

04:50 min | 10 months ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"It's always for to convey the impression that it's for your protection for the protection of the common man and therefore it's good you see beg for it makes us beg way likely to stand in line. Wait to get these vaccines already damaged. So many people just feel horribly. Sorry for all these people that are going to be physically damaged by these vaccines so call. They're not even vaccines toxic. Things are genetically modified organisms or creating and a lot of them are going to die but they're stand in line for me. I mean i and so that's that's the name of the game today so having gone through all that i just want to let everybody know what my references now. You may disagree with me. And that's fine and i'm not even saying that i'm always right. I'm not even. I'm not even saying i'm usually right. But this is my perspective on it and to me it explains almost everything i see in the news today so with that perspective. Now what do i think about what's going on today. It's playing out the game book and it makes no difference whether it's republican republican or democrat. It makes no difference. Whether it's mr biden or mr trump except for the rhetoric and the expectations. And you see you have to have. The people divided one group against another. Otherwise there's no conflict and if there's no conflict then there's no sense so i i had a chance to participate in my own political destiny. I chose upsides but you notice the sides they give you to choose from are not really good choices at all. They're not choices it all except they're in more on the personality character. I mean i'd like his personality style. I like what he said but nobody actually looks at what they do. What is museum like the feeling to social atmosphere of that color party. It's exactly you want to be the liberal. You know liberals that's it that's it's a very social thing. The ones that can slam their enemies to get my enemy. That i like you. Well yes you take me back to my childhood days when when when television was just coming on and we had like everybody else in the middle class we we were very happy when we got our first television set in the living room and my grandmother used to watch daytime wrestling matches. That's she was she was you. She wouldn't miss one of those wrestling matches for anything. And i think she must have known that those were professional wrestlers. She probably didn't think much about the fact that probably both wrestlers in the ring had the same manager or owned by the same company and so forth and their job was just to beat up on each other but they weren't ready opponents..

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"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"We start with that understanding of how these people have been successful greatly successful around the world not just in the united states but around the world and getting people to do willingly Say would you. That's great. I will be glad to give up my liberties in return for security and that kind of thing so you understand that. Is the game plan than in order to make that game plan work. You must have different names for it. But the best name i like it. You must have controlled opposition. In other words you must control both sides of the conflict. You can't have real conflict where you might lose. I think most people know that the same banking interests to the same intellectual interest the academic. The schools universities the big corporations. Now they're all supporting the same hydrology of big government and control all behind the official narratives of this direction. That threatened over. They may argue. Like republicans and democrats might argue like the dickens against each other. as to. who's who's the right person. But when it comes to the big policies and you know what are the big policies that they all agree on. Well think about it. The biggest policies are are we going to remain as a free independent sovereign nation. Or are we going to be gobbled up by the united nations. Are we going into this internationalism where all of a we're just one little economic and political shove unit in one world power system and on that issue there is actually no difference between the republican and the democrat party they don't even debated it's not allowed as a subject of debate and none of the candidates except sporadically. You might have someone. Like ron. Paul gets a shot at it. He'll talk about those things but he's pushed down and all the dirty dirty tricks are used. He's moved out of the equation. The press treats anybody that talks about sovereignty they create them like their wackos and conspiracy theories. So that's one of the big issues the other issues. What about our money supply. I've written about that. The federal reserve is the money supply going to be based on real money of tangible value which holds its purchasing power or is it going to be completely at the will of the state and banking fraternity to create an expand at will and have never never have to worry about how much money anything costs because they just created literally out of nothing is going to be changed or are we going to go back to good money again. Or we're gonna continue with the fiat money you'll never find any debate on that Between the republicans democrats at the leadership level. Of course they all agree. On that they may condemn the federal reserve a bad organisation they need to be audited or something. And they'll talk about it and all of the president's always have take a shot at it because people say yeah. They usually a good guy. He knows that these these. These bankers are better. He just said something bad about them but he doesn't do anything about it of course and that's what i mean by none of these big issues and of course now we're talking about the covert issue is are we got is a good thing to close down and destroyed the economy of all these nations so people will be thrown into real poverty and they'll have to beg the government to have food and shelter and housing and everything and transportation after get it from the government because the economy is shot..

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"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

04:57 min | 10 months ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"We better as sacrifice some of our other interests in shark focusing on recapturing control of our own system. It's it's it's do or die. Welcome to the propaganda report. I'm monica perez. Here with my co host brad. Basically and our very special guest though g the original truth-ler the greek mr g edward griffin. Everyone has their own favourite red pill. Moment from mr griffin's history mine is his interview researcher. Norman died i know. He loves his work with a russian defector. You're a resume. And most people know him for his magnum opus. The creature from jekyll islands which is suppose the fad for the mechanism of theft. And control. that it really is and mr griffin continues to this day with red pill university and the red pill expos so we have tons to talk about. Although we're we're going to hit the ground running so thank you so much for being here mr griffin. I really appreciate your time. And i'm dying to pick your brain. Well thank you. It's a delight to be here in might be slim pickings but have a way no way no way. Well let me say the reason. I was absolutely eager to talks. You right now. Is that around the time of the election. I think you said something that i thought but did not hear a lot of other people say that was that if if the goal of the powers that be were to unfold like it appeared it was going to and they were really after civil unrest. They'd have an easier time getting that unrest if trump wine and it was the left to that was triggered if i agreed with that. Totally thought it's going to be really hard for them to get an all out uprising from the right. It's just it's just not natural in the kind of what the right was after and what. I don't think either of us coming was that they they didn't actually jin it up. I in my opinion they. They made it up but they said it happened. And i think they're working on keeping that narrative going. I think they want civil unrest and i just am wondering how have you see that trend continuing. What's the point. They're like what what's the arrest. All what's it for what i do. See that trend continuing and almost has to continue. Because that's the playbook with we know how this works. I when i say we anybody. That's been around for as long as i have and anybody that's willing to look a little bit back in history and and remember and some of the old news stories. We know that Ever since the world started to tumble toward this universal acceptance of big government that real name for it..

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"edward griffin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast. George Noory with you, along with the G. Edward Griffin. Edward. I've gotten a few e mails from some people who are upset that you're punching George Soros. They say he's a hero. So I want your reaction to that. Well, he's their hero. I guess their values are either different from mine or we have a different view of what is doing, I guess. I know that Mr Sorrows has been on television and he's talking about, you know, fixing the world and bringing about social justice and all of this But I see where his money goes. And it goes into organizations, all of which I have seen no exceptions that are trying to break down civil order and bring about Bring about government intervention, intervention and the expansion of government and every level, causing violence, threatening lives, breaking of damaging personal property, injuring people, So I just I guess we either have a different idea of what his goals are what he's doing. Time. I'd like to talk to that person and see what they like about him well, and I know that in Ferguson, Missouri a few years ago during the episode where a young Michael Brown was shot in a police scuffle. Eyes. He was trying to get the gun away that there were protests there and it was. It was widely known and reported in the ST Louis Post Dispatch that George Soros funded the protests. Yes. Well, these weren't If you look at these protests and the people who are behind it now they're always saying things like black lives matter, And they they try and and present their causes. Though it were. They were defending our opposing racial injustice and that sort of thing, But when you look at who these people are They have other agenda, and they're just using that as an excuse. And the four people that believed them get caught up in it. And they think all of these these air heroes they don't really realize their history what they've been involved with who financial and other than the sorrows. He's just one of many And so I just feel sorry for people that don't understand the background of the agitators because their goal is not social justice. It's not equality. It's it's not an ending racism. Their goal is chaos. Chaos, chaos and then martial law, absolute totalitarian government with them in charge. That's what it's all about. They want to be in charge. Don't think you know what the interacting and they have to destroy the existing system. In order to do that, Let's go to the phones again. Let us go to Tom and Riverside, California west of the Rockies. Hi, Tom. George. Hi. I wanted, Teo say we've probably got a good chance right now. With gather in there that Didn't have the backing that you were talking about. That's not he's independent. And, uh, how do you feel about that? And ah It's about as good as you're going to get, I think in practicality and ah It seems like he's uh, He's got a very intelligent mind is forest business goes and we've got a good shot here. I think we need to Quit worrying about not, you know, I hate to say this charge, but I don't see North Korea is that big of a problem? As long as we treat him fairly, if you want to slap him in the face and square off I would, I would say, Tom, you're absolutely right with people who have reason except that King John on is insane. And but a lot of people are the whole world so people don't know, but he's he's controlling their buttons, and that's the danger if he were, if he were out of it, I'd say negotiate with North Korea. Let's become friends with them and make this planet were then it's Trump is good. I mean, I think, he said. He's a good level have a gap that you can do there. And that's the the rest of it. I don't believe in this Guantanamo. They ought to just empty that thing out. Let those gas go back. We'll kill him on the battlefield affairs. That's what they want. And forget that place that's evil. Torture is evil. We need to get on with rebuilding Detroit. Let's get it. Let's get Ed's thoughts on that, Tom. Thank you. And I think in Donald Trump's case, take away his smart phone so he can't tweet. And and the wall, I think is a foolish idea. I think there's new technology, which is cheaper and would do a better job. Besides putting together in 2000 mile ugly wall, we don't need to do that. But Yeah, but going I hear I hear you and it causes me to go back to a little deeper level, which is most of the conversation about Trump whether we like him or don't or whether we approve of some of his actions and not of others they have to do with it. Issues. This issue versus best issue, and there were thousands of issues, you know, but seldom do We hear anybody talking about principles? What does Mr Trump or what is the Mrs Clinton or any other Kennedy? What do they believe one of their principles, their political ideology that is more interesting to me than issues. Because once we know what their ideology is, then we can anticipate how they will decide on any issue, but nobody wants to talk about principles. You know what it was their concept of the proper role of the state since the state is nothing but the legalized use of force. We get the state. The authorities have agents that carry guns and gun arrest. People, put them in prison and execute them if necessary. So we've legalized all that If we have to assume, Okay, What's the proper function of that of that use of force? We have to talk about that. We have to know what it is that we want the state to do and what we don't want the state. To do and nobody talks about that. So when we get we apply that to Mr Trump, we don't know much about Mr Trump's Principles. We know that he's taken a stand on some issues that we like, or some people like some people don't like and we're trying to evaluate a man on the basis of individual actions. We don't know yet what he really believes, because that's the long term answer to how he will act in the future. For example, I just give you an example. We like a lot of the things I say we I'm talking about myself and a lot of people who have a similar worldview that ideo We like a lot of things such as We feel that That immigration ought to be legal. If you're gonna have immigration laws, you ought to follow the laws, not a question of whether immigration is good or bad. It's the question of whether you You follow the laws, you make a law and then it is. If you don't like the law, change it, change it. Yeah, so the issue is not immigration issue is illegal immigration, but nobody wants it. Nobody hears that They don't listen to that. And so we're dealing with issues like immigration or not about the principle that the law should be upheld or change. That's a principle. And so I think that Mr Trump has done a lot of things has issue wise that we approved but we're not sure what the principals are, for example, almost everything that he has done in the way of foreign policy, which has not received a lot of focus has been a continuation of the same thing done under the Obama administration, right? Trump's Obama. I mean Obama and Trump's foreign policy. There's no difference. What kind of grade in you What kind of grade would you give President Obama for his eight years? A grade on the basis of promoting Mr Obama, I would say get in, eh? On a great in terms of protecting the lives, liberty and property of the American people. Which is the only function of the state. In my view, he gets a failing grade. Really, I would have given him about him to be about a B. I think it'd be. Yeah, I mean, talking about Obama? Yeah, about the president. Well, okay. Well, I didn't see any protection of property there and liberty. He was.

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"edward griffin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on KTOK

"Edward Griffin with us this hour we'll take your calls in a moment ed myth number five you're ready I am yeah everyone should be tested because that makes it possible to quarantine those who are contagious and that will save lives yes boy here that every day don't you we sure as well use your selfish if you don't get the vaccine because you're going to endanger my children who are who have vaccines what is my question if you have the vaccine you should be able to get the disease but they don't think that thing through there actually two issues in this mess the first one really is sort of similar to the first myth because it involves heard immunity the idea about quarantining affected people may reduce the speed of contagion and that's true but not the death rate the quarantines increase the death rate because they delay herd immunity which is what brings up you know all the pandemic's come to close because of that but not for the testing in that bout that testing for those with no symptoms just taking a look at that there was a report a study that came out of China's own governmental labs two months ago right after the peak of the cupboard nineteen hit in China and it said amazingly Frank at that eighty percent of the tests that were done on the people with that they suspected we had the disease eighty percent of them produced a false positive eighty percent it's huge it's huge yes of course what happened is it was translated and published in the United States on pub med and there was this ever be found it and of course immediately the the powers that be so that you can put that up there and they forced pub med to withdraw the paper so they did if you go to the pub med now you see the you see the summary of it there but the paper itself has been withdrawn the nurse the word withdrawn that doesn't mean that doesn't mean anything except that took it down at the it was no question about the data being good or no question about the the style of analyzing the data or anything like that it's just that they withdrew it because it was they became controversy all in there it was the the country the US solution was unacceptable but the methods of analysis and everything were good and the report still remains those tests the standard tests produced an eighty percent false positive so that in itself should tell you that all this nonsense about get tested get tested is nothing but a drive to produce more and more court cases and quote of coronavirus the more people that Tesla save everybody gets tested you that'll show eighty percent of the people in the world we'll have the virus the ones that don't have it looked at at eighty percent so it's insane what went back to that again it's not insane to me it's all calculated this number six we touched on it a bit everyone should be vaccinated because unvaccinated people spread diseases well the truth of the matter is those those who are vaccinated it's true they may be immune to a disease but they still carry and spread the pathogens the same as those who are not vaccinated that is because their immune to it doesn't mean that they don't have the viruses or whatever those things are on their bodies because they do it just means that they they don't care because their immune to them there they get along fine with them so in the vaccinated people are just as much a.

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"edward griffin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:55 min | 1 year ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Edward Griffin G. Edward my friend if you have called the pandemic a coronavirus theater type let's talk about this topic myths okay I'm ready you want to start with the first one a number one slapping the curve will avoid health care overload and reduce dust why is this not a true statement well okay here we go first of all I think we need to pause for a second and think how fundamental that is in all of the narrative that we hear everything we're doing almost everything we're doing is supposedly to flatten the curve and I wonder sometimes if people really know what that means that might take just a second to tell you what I found out it means simply means of what they want to do is is to separate everybody so that the the virus or the disease so gullible the contagion rate will go down to a point spread so fast the idea is their theory is that if you can slow down the contagion rate that there will be two benefits from it one eight years that the health care system won't be overloaded because otherwise they say theoretically by the way because this is just there is never really happened but they say if if a real pandemic hit all at once well to be so many people that need would need health services that we couldn't help them all so people would die because we couldn't get to them well this is kind of a theoretical thing and so we have to listen to it could be but now the other part is not theoretical and that is that if we do that within by spreading it out less people will die and the statistics on that are very clear the here's my answer to that one the health care law overload issue it is theoretical but we have we given a free pass on that one okay we're concerned about that we certainly didn't see it around in the United States I mean everybody knows that right the height of this thing we had people going to hospitals whether hidden cameras in their pockets going into the emerges zero there's nobody there I mean of course the the the advocate for this with us because we're quite we flatten the curve that's what is nobody can all elective surgeries have stopped yes yeah but the fact is there's nobody there for me is not just a little a trickle is nobody there maybe one or two people so anyway okay the passing over that flattening the curve statistically we know does not reduce death rates in fact it increases them this is important to know the and the reason is is explain personality where I'm getting my information from a lot of researchers and and experts on this feeling that the ones that come to mind the first one years professor Michael Levitt now he is the winner of the Nobel Prize in chemistry yes is the winner of the Delano award for computational biosciences he's a Stanford University professor this isn't me talking this is one of the experts in this thing especially computational bioscience that he knows about constructing computer models okay the computer models for complex systems like chemistry and pandemics that his is a world class expert and then there's professor Curt a Wisconsin he is the former head of the department of epidemiology at Rockefeller University about how can you beat that right is that we got doctors all over the place like the two very famous Wednesday came on the internet awhile ago and I think it was Dan Ericsson in Arden my C. he who are owners of an urgent care center in California and he's they're typical of doctors who were on the line all the time and and people like that are saying look this is exactly the worst thing you can do because prolonging an epidemic delay is what they call herd immunity exactly not herd immunity is interesting herd immunity is that condition that happens when the disease stop spreading what is that condition that condition is when about eighty percent of the people already have it that's an amazing and we in your state you want eighty percent of the people to get this thing so people won't die and the answer is yes that's because the death rate is extremely low ninety nine I don't what that number is but it's very low rate of death I think the latest figures are you know point three percent or something like that so they want people to get this virus so that everybody can get it the pandemic walk will stop spreading especially it'll help protect the older people and those who are more into susceptible populations because the longer it runs its those older people that get in contact with it and they do die so it would run its natural course statistically they know there will be fewer deaths if you get it over with I remember the old days we step measles parties and what they wanted us to get out they wanted us to get this to get it over with and it works and sure one or two out of a thousand might get sick enough to die but most of the time it's just well I got a little sick and but it's over now but because this was made in a lab in my opinion and a lot of people believe that do you think that the that the approach has to be different because in nature maybe that's correct build up an immune system and do all these things but if this thing was concocted in a lab it may be too tough to fight this way what do you think it's a good point and I certainly wouldn't argue against it I think it's certainly possible and you have to be very conscious of that possibility if their engineering something they're not engineering something to be a nothing burger they wanted to be really a killer exactly they wouldn't do it so yeah you have to give a lot of thought to that one but the fact remains there is absolutely no evidence so far that this thing that they created it they did create it is any worse than the seasonal flu so it you know they should if that was their job is to create a killer virus they failed and I think a lot of the seasonal flu deaths have been mixed in now in this coronavirus death rate which which is inflated a little bit yeah well that's one of the myths will be talking about and this started way back to the main thing here which is the prolonging of this thing on the flattening of the curve prolonging an epidemic actually causes more deaths and that comes from very highly qualified people and it's just shocking to hear first I'm here because it's you actually do not hear that in the controlled media that one should you be scared to death and get in line to get your vaccines and stay at home you know all that stuff myth number two that went out to meet without a media drastic measures millions and millions will die yes and the truth is that predictions of these frightening numbers of deaths are based on extremely biased computer models and fraudulent data that we'll talk about why they fraudulent data and why they're biased but here are some here's here's some facts to consider most if not well I'm gonna say almost all of the predictions for all of these fantastic numbers for many years have come from one place that surprised me I didn't know that come from a place called imperial college and it's in London and this outfit is funded by the bill gates foundation I just throw that in for not will come back to that in a second okay that they create these computer models by the way that day you know professor Levitt is an expert in it he he looked at his computer models from imperial college and he says garbage what is it anyway let's stick with the facts here so these projections from imperial college let's take a look at it two thousand one and grille college says they expected a hundred and fifty thousand deaths from something called foot and mouth disease this was in in the UK a hundred and fifty thousand predicted the final count when it was all over was two hundred in two thousand and two imperial college that'd be expected fifty thousand deaths in the U. K. that they would die from something called mad cow disease the final count a hundred and seventy eight cheese introduction five imperial cut college said they expected two hundred million would die in the world from the bird flu the final count seventy eight chips into thousand nine imperial college said the swine flu probably would kill sixty five thousand people in the UK the final count four hundred and fifty seven in two thousand twenty just a few months ago imperial college they said they expected two point two million Americans would die of code nineteen unless they had a real healthy locked out the final count we'll talk about that later it's approximately the same as the seasonal flu which changing by the day they have been told I'm told by some medical practitioners that they've been told if someone has a cancer or heart disease or anything else and they come down with covert nineteen and die that you have to put down covert nineteen is the reason yep that's right and that's one of our miss coming up here those numbers that's exactly true so there you have it note from two thousand and six through two thousand and eighteen the gates foundation donated a hundred and eighty five million dollars to enter to the imperial college to continue their good work nice work of art that is what we think about cases he stupid no is one thing he's not he's not stupid gates has his investments in every pharmaceutical project in the world right now he is the most influential single person in the vaccine world because it is very generous donations easy doing it for money or is he doing it because he truly cares what he says is he's doing it because he wants to save the world then why is this is spending all his money sending it to the internet to the imperial college it can't get any numbers right you know maybe he thinks they are doing it because he wants those scare figures because only people who are frightened to death whilst will do things without thinking they will obey the orders they will get in line they will wear masks they will get them back they will take a vaccine when they go back we'll talk about that investigates once every human being on the planet to be vaccinated now that sounds like a lot of money to me I will tell you he led to the question I don't know what his motives are only he knows but it looks kind of stinky to me miss number three statistics prove that covert nineteen is a pandemic of epic proportions is this a myth the truth is it after the statistics are purged of all those deaths that you were talking about from conditions other than code nineteen there is actually no evidence at all that the death rate is significantly different from seasonal hello that is something that needs to be said over and over again now where we get that from here's an interesting thing I don't know if he's noticed it but a few weeks ago John Roberts who is the chief White House correspondent for fox news was recorded on a hot Mike in an open camera in the White House briefing room and he came into the room this is before the broadcast was supposed to begin with the president and the official spokesman for the the coronavirus team you know give their briefing so they were just cleaning up the room and getting it ready and the camera was.

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"edward griffin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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08:00 min | 2 years ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Jekyll island Georgia. What a great place to hold an event kind of bring full circle? Yeah good returning to the scene of the crime. That's great. I was actually chatting with Chris Nook today he wanted me to ask you one question. He has this project called wealth matters and he was really curious about these negative rate. Great policy that's happening by these other cities central banks and the imminent after zero interest rate. And even maybe negative interest rate in and they said said that yesterday they held that off until twenty twenty so now we're at two percent. They're not raised the interest rate currently. But I think that they're gonNA they're gonNA drop it eventually into these negative rates like what's what's the key I would guess I would. I just asked this before we go. What's the key indicator for you? That the dominoes MINOZA filing now and we're going to this Fiat currency systems going to go away and they see the crisis here. What what what's that? What's that tipping bring pointing? This negative interest rates have anything to do with that negative interest rates. Do have a lot to do with that. But I don't think they're ready for negative interest rates until until they have crypto currencies. Because that's a distinct about it a negative interest rate means that they're taking money out of your account you put money and instead of paying you interest. Take money out of your account and they call that negative interest rate instead of theft. They should've just carbon but then negative interest rate so if they start doing that people are going to take their money out of the banks. Aren't they but what if they can't take their money out of the banks because there is no money to take out of the banks. What if it's all all digital now you can't take it out now? They can do negative interest rates. And you can't do anything about it so I don't expect negative interest rates to happen until Crypto Zor firmly at play in the banking system. And that's that's just an opinion you who knows what they'll try to do. As long as people can take their money out of the banking system. This could be a hard hard to enforce negative interest rates. No what's the key to what's happening. I'm not very good at at this because I've always thought the thing was going to blow up. I I started learning about it. Really back in the seventies I thought. Oh this isn't going to last very long and it's amazing it just keeps going going. But I ha- investments over the years to like I didn't I didn't trust the stock boom and the stock market because it's all fake money. Now it's going to pop any time. Yeah and I think you're right at any time but we just don't know what time but I will say this. If you look around the world what do you find all of the central banks at the same time now are massively inflating the money supply all together and it's like how can this be. What did they think is is GonNa Happen Out of this? And I have a feeling that they think that the game is coming to an end and they're going to plunder it as much as they can in the last few months before you're it pops. That's what I suspect but as I said early I've thought this before so don't go rushing around and acting on that but that's my honest suspicion I won't say opinion but it's my suspicion that is getting very very close right now. Maybe this guy's falling maybe it's not an audience at the prognosticate eight A. G. Edwards Griffin. Thank you so much again today for for sharing with us. I have a feeling we could go on for hours because you just know so much but we would encourage you guys is to go to the show notes for today's episode. Check out all the links there. Grab a copy of the creature from Jekyll Island and if you WanNa be truly read pilled checkout checkout the upcoming conference June of next year the Red Pill Expo Dot. Org on Jekyll Island. Thanks again at appreciate it. Thank you guys is it. Good luck on all your endeavors and keep telling the truth. Well there you guys go is a lot to digest A. We really encourage urge you to go to the show notes as a lot of links here that you're gonNA WANNA check out. Of course there's a Jesuit Griffin's red pill university there's this wikipedia page there's freedom force international. There's the red pill expo that's coming up next June. There's a information about jekyll. Island the interview with Yuri Besnik off that Travis refer to and the discussion we had about. Noah's Ark is in there as well go to the show notes bad code dot. In Ford Slash. Three I five one and you know if you've been looking for an opportunity to share bad crypto. Was Somebody while this episode is the one gang in fact. 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"edward griffin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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12:40 min | 2 years ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"But look here's is one and they're they're they're getting married and there's a group they're the drinking champagne and they're dancing and music and they were invited to join the crowd and they go back and they write about that and of of course your H. Says says that was our stage show. Is that that guy in that girl. Got Married about three times a week in fact they were complaining because they didn't they wanted some time off. They didn't want to get Mary today. It's harder to get married now divorced. Finally we laugh at it now now but you know this is the way the world works even today. A lot of what we say in the news on that show for its. You're talking about fake news. That's about it so anyway. That was Jerry story he should know and and he said yes. You go through the stages that you've mentioned and the second to the last one was crisis and of course then the crisis justifies bringing in Harsh controls to put down the crisis in other which we would call it martial law. Aw and everybody is so oh thank God. We've got martial law to get rid of all this violence in the streets and get rid of all of these crazies out there. Thank you thank you the martial law and then that's the end of it because the Marshall owner never leaves is just becomes normalized and they call that normalization get the get rid of the The chaos and make people grateful for it. Now that's a new stand back and look at what's happening. Not just in America around the world look at Europe as well. This is the strategy. That's been going on for decades to create chaos to create a violence violence in the streets to divide people against each other hatred animosity conflict. And then everybody is that. Oh my gosh. There's here in the United States with is. Is this going to break into race war. That's what they want. They want race war. They want they had these these actors of all colors by the way white aching black and Brown. They're actors they're on the payroll people like George Soros. They're they're actors. They go on front of the cameras and they break windows on. They shouted obscenities season even in Congress. We've got actors who were trying to a- to create chaos by demanding the impeachment of the president. It's all acting and it's all to divide people against each other to hate each other so that when the violence finally erupts on the streets. That's their goal. They can bring martial law and say we're going INTAS restore you. We are going to introduce that you were going to normalize it. That's going to use the same word. I guarantee them. Same word we're going to bring back normalcy and so it becomes a totalitarian authority sort resort -Tarian dystopia thing with technology. Powering powering it with technology. Powering it Powell powering it and also making it more efficient and making it more difficult to escape yes. are a veritable wealth of information. And I want to respect your time because you've always been gracious rated to give us an hour but I wonder if we can close with quick speed round because you have written about so many topics rather than Go in depth. Maybe just fifteen to thirty seconds on just just a summary when I when I spit this out at you. You've covered the topic of cancer. What does the conclusion what do we need to know? I love this liken. It'll take me a little bit longer this time around than just saying it's a scam but okay cancer Khoa reduced this to its essence my my conclusion after doing quite a bit of research on it and leading up to the publication of my book called World Without Cancer. The story of Vitamin B. Seventeen is that cancer is a natural process rush in the body. That's gone out of control. It's not a disease is caused by bacteria or virus or something like that. It's a naturally the healing process in essence. It's the healing process whereby when cells are damaged the body kicks in structure create new cells to it and when the new cells have replaced. Where then there's a signal electrical and chemical signals that go into play and say okay? You can stop now and you're fine. You replace replace skin. Every seven years on average we replace almost all of ourselves and our body through this mechanism so healing and growth mechanism when that gets out out of control or out of rice. Something goes wrong with it now. These cells don't stop healing. They over he'll and they over he'll and we generally call that a cancerous tumor. Something has gone too far. That's an over simplification of how I conclude the cancer I answer should be viewed as a violation of a natural process icons like question there. Ed is more towards the conspiracy. Angle is do we. E Do the powers that be have a- cure and it's not being released because well let me get into that because first of all I've got to say that therefore the the control troll for cancer or the solution to cancer is not to remove the tumor because the tumor is really this symptom. Orthodox medicine looks at the tumor. Likes the cancer. Look miss cut it out. Let's burn it out. Let's poison it out. We get rid of the tumor Madam the Catcher has gone and that's not true that's why light we have such a problem. They treat the cancer tumor as the cancer. When it's only the symptom and our job I think our job our alternative doctors that are pursuing pursuing this theory? Feel that we have to find out what went wrong with normal body mechanism. That allowed the tumor to grow and treat the patient at that that level and then the tumor will go away or that it could remove it then possibly but the condition that caused it is gone now if that's the case then Oh what are the pharmaceutical companies which dominate the medical profession. What are they doing? Are they looking for a cure. The answer is no and people from whistle blowers in particular would tell you know. That's not the goal of the pharmaceutical company. Nor would it be yours. Possibly if you were the president of some large pharmaceutical company your job as president of the company is to produce income for the company. Now if you came up with a cure especially a cheap cure what happens to your company. Your company goes broken. You're fire man you're out of there. And so the whistle missile blowers have come out and they said look the model. The modern model of healthcare and as determined by the pharmaceutical industry is not to cure anything but to control well it to maintain it to maintain it so that you can work and live and just keep alive only if you continue taking that pill every we day for the rest of your life in order to maintain your your ability to survive the catcher but never cure it. Because then you're out of business so that is in a nutshell what we're facing and why cancer is not being cured. It's why the rate of cancer keeps going up ear after your even though the amount of money spent on research is astronomical though she'd be seventeen seventeen has something to do with helping. Keep you healthy yes it. Does it be seventeen. This this is a part of the food chain that primitive peoples and even Not Primitive peoples normally would get in their food. It's only when you get into really hyper modern modern societies where the food supply is so controlled in so process that some of these substances are eliminated or killed right out of it and that a Mega Linda this seven. Athena's one of those things. It's a such as ubiquitous in nature and fourteen hundred edible plants but people don't eat them if they have any choice because they're bitter if you eat an apple seed and taste the taste of an apple C- it's bitter as all get out but that's the taste that you're looking for it. The eating apricot seed and shoot better. Oh who would eat that stuff. But that's the taste. It's it's in grasses. Animals that are have sort of a instinctive. You've feeling for how to keep themselves. Well you look at a dog or cat. What do they do they start eating grass? Don't they not just any grass but the broad leaf grasses the Tunis this crash the Arrow grass and things like that they're rich in vitamin B. Seventeen but they're bitter. You don't WanNa make soup autographs. It's better and so modern societies that had the abundances Mrs Chooser foods and they all these sugary foods and process which they don't have that bitter taste but they also don't have a magnum and the degree to which the Diet is deficient in. Midland is a direct proportion to the degree of cancer. And that's just a statistical fact. You can take it from there to take it from there and run with it about bitcoin bad bitcoin known when I you know speaking to somebody who is so well studied and researched to give me a quick answer that you can't. I mean so much information I I WANNA ask about one more thing. Excuse me I if I I went back and try to summarize what I just said I would say. The answer to cancer is found in nature. Yeah but that that's great so the one of the thing you have written on your books. This is the historical authenticity of what many believe is a fable. That's Noah's Ark. What were your conclusions? Okay yeah that's yeah that's a little bit out of the Political Raum isn't it but yet my conclusion is that Noah's Ark was real it in Turkey. It's not on Mount Iraq like they all say it's if you go to the Bible and look at the exact translation it says Noah's Ark landed in does not say landed on Mount Arafat. It says it landed in the mountains. Plural of era era was the Kingdom of Harare to there was a big kingdom and Mount Ararat which wasn't named aimed at the time was just one of the many mountains in that kingdom so the Bible doesn't say it was on Mount Air it was in one of those mountains and sure enough the the fossil that was found by the people that I was relying on for our research is about. I think it's about seventeen miles away away from Mount Arafat. Now up on the mountain and you can find these big lodestones big huge monstrous stones their anchor stones and you know they're anchor stones because they have Holes in the top of them were. The rope went through and they're disturbed scattered up the mountain. You can tell as the water came down these anchor stones which were dragging behind the ship to keep it always well. They used drogue stones on the Nile. And that used to anyway to steer the ship their drag stone they put them off the back of the ship and as is the current took the ship down. If they wanted to steer it they would move the the the stone from one side to the other and put the dragon left or right and that would steer the ship and they use them also an open seas because when the wind blows the wind will always the ship in a ninety degrees to the wind and the stone the stone would keep it at ninety degrees instead of going broadside to the win win which gave capsized so these these drugs. Don't you're all the way up the hill and you get down to the bottom of the hill. And there's this monstrous Chris Fossil and its boat shaped it's exactly the length that they talk about Noah's Ark being it has it has relics in it they did sound surveys Asian and sonar surveys they found structures underneath it. And it's all there and it's also not anymore. In fact it was. There was very little. It was what it was mostly read. You may not would but there it is. It's funny just as you were saying that I did. I looked on duck duck. Go in the article that came up last year on ancient origins dot net evidence at Noah's Ark landed on a mountain seventeen miles south of error. It and it's got these pictures and that it's just mind blowing. Yeah so that's my conclusion. I think that's the real thing I know this if that wasn't Noah's Ark it was somebody's art and it's up up to somebody off until we dig up a brash plaque that says built by Noah and shunned we. We don't know that it's Noah's are with somebody's are.

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"edward griffin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"edward griffin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's one of the differences between crypto currencies and money that requires human effort produce. So that's an important part of the equation because if you remove the human effort challenge from money then you all you. So have is just the goodwill or the wisdom of the The benevolence of the people making the decisions as to how much money have. And if there's one thing you can count on if if you give if you give a group of people power to create nothing to create money out of nothing they're going to abuse that power sooner or later they're going to run away with the scan that we're talking about created because because it's to their advantage to do so and I don't care how good they are when they start off they're going to be corrupted by it and if they're not corrupted by it eventually they will die and be replaced ace by someone who will be corrupted by it is just a ensure issued in any monetary system life. That is going to blow up route travis. To reminds me of the I.. ACO phase right. We saw a lot of people printing money in the form of cryptocurrency. Out of thin air. Some of them legitimately and some of them just for the purpose purpose of saying. Hey we think we can get away with this and they did many of them many of them. Now what do you think about the mechanisms within cryptocurrency. Ritzy says while we're hearing and I do a couple of questions about about education and your interview with Yuri Brisbane off in a bit but I wanna talk about crypto because we're at a perfect perfect time for that now so you you understand the mechanisms of it and how it's maybe deflationary in nature because there's a limited supply like I guess we'll just start with bitcoin. You know what is your thoughts around. BITCOIN has a currency. Do you think that there's a chance that bitcoin could become a world reserve currency down the road. Well those two interesting points. Let's start with the issue of limited supply. I would like to challenge that notion to me. Ah The amount of CRYPTOS that can be created is infinite. And we've already seen you know the forks and new cryptos coming online. Any one crypto currency current yes might be limited by its algorithms. But that's not the world we're moving into the world we're moving into is one in which all of them will be exchanged and they'll be you can move from one to the other and you can have many of them and when you put them all together this an infinite supply of money. So the idea that crypto currency is is limited in quantity. I think is amiss because that's not the way it is. It's as unlimited ceiling to it which is interesting fact in itself but Then we get back to the other thing which is d do the banks really and the government really hate or fear Crypto currencies and the answer is obviously no because they're in the forefront now of developing it they want to control it at the the banks in particular have dreamed for centuries stories of a cashless society and Cryptos are the wet dream of these people. This is exactly what they have dreamed about a wanted for so long and they can hardly wait to have one. That's universal that they can control. This is the key that they can control roll and they. They're confident that they can and I'm not so confident that they cannot. I think that the way things are evolving with technology and with the political scene. And all of that. I think that their intention of controlling crypto currencies is inge probably well-founded. Well it's it is definitely an interesting thing because if we don't know cruise Toshiaki Komodo as the person who created Marie. Aided it I've read that in the ninety s there was a document by the NSA about creating cryptography and money and utilizing that together. And so I've always had questions questions about that and you know the fact that you know more and more governments are starting to the Chinese are creating the blockchain. It's going to be a gold based as you want right. So then they're so. The governments are creating these sovereign sovereign currencies as well all we all have a smartphone in our pocket which makes it easy to use CRYPTO cryptocurrency. Right so but in a world. There's no electricity than crypto. She has very difficult right of if something happens to our electric grid or whatever. So it's it's it's an interesting. It's an interesting sort of thought that you're throwing out there about About how governments are really excited about it was they are and they see it as a means of ultimate control because if everything we buy now has to be done through a crypto currency or an exchange of crypto currencies and there is a a central funneled through which they all go which is where they're headed a they'll allow no side chain to exist that will allow individual drive. Have a change to exist but if you want to buy anything outside of your immediate group you've got to go through an exchange or a index. They had they're building this index. Right now I think it's about done. You know that we ever if you go on your tax form you see if you're in business for yourself and they say here's go to this manual put put in the six or seven digit number that describes your industry or your profession and The IMF and the World Bank have been working for at least just a year probably longer to expand that system so it includes not only you but your specific role within a profession. You now you make right hand monkey wrenches or left hand monkey wrenches and this are very detailed indexing system so that every transaction Shen every type of transaction every item every bolt every thread of every bold depending on its length. It's material everything you can conceivably imagine. We'll have number attached to it and we'll go through this digital exchanges engine index. And if you want to use digital currencies in the real world you will have to go through that and you'll be happy to do it because it allows you to buy a cup the coffee in Taiwan when you get off the plane exam so it'd be wonderful except that now if you suddenly turn out to be persona non grata with the authorities authorities. They say your social score doesn't look too good. You may not even be able to get on that claim to go to Taiwan to like China and the Edwards that is where crypto currencies are going to play a major role. I'm afraid in the show called to follow up on that because there are people especially Ashley those of a religious persuasion that you know believe the end times type of Terminology that they read in the Old Testament where there's going to be this mark of the beast this This mark whatever it is that will belong on their forehead or their hand that without which they will not be able to buy or sell or trade Certainly for those who want to read into that you could say well you just chip people and you know. Put them on the blockchain is it and is that that you get it. Well absolutely I I don't I don't like to build my my worldview you around the end times because it's so it leads to the conclusion that well it's all over folks if nothing right. What's the point and I don't believe that for an instant sent out? I think we've been in the end times for thousands of years a just a question of you know we all have our end time coming up pretty soon probably sooner than when the prophecy might be fulfilled. But anyway I just I don't like dwelling on that aspect of it because it it it's self-defeating being and I believe by the way I this is my personal conviction. Only I believe that our enemies are encouraging people to to become preoccupied with the end times because that takes him right out of the battle and if I were on the other side. That's what I would be doing. I would make sure that people are thinking. Well let's just fall on our knees. Let's just get our our own spirit. Our own lives in order with God and everything and let it happen. Don't resist it and boy. I think that would be a huge huge interstate. Well then I guess when what really is Stands out to me as if that is indeed the only way for people to buy and sell and and whatever you think of the Bible well. Here's the story that if you don't have the mark you won't end there will be people who won't take it and now they're outside the system right needing an entirely we knew economy in order to survive and maybe a good they. Well maybe it is but might my view on that is that I would rather just change change the system or prevent that system from happening instead exactly how to get along with it how to survive in spite it. How about facing down and making a a statement that no no? This is not what we're going to allow to happen. It's a different approach. I WANNA I wanNA talk about that. Yeah because it seems like a pretty good segue into In one thousand nine hundred four you had an interview with your e Best Munaf and it was a really interesting one. I think that it's popped up multiple times over the years and then over the last year or so. You re edited it with with much. Better footage that. I saw like the the old credit footage Now there's there's much better footage out there and what was really interesting. He talked about how the Russians in the one thousand nine hundred sixty s started this ideological subversion of of America through the educational system and through some other systems were they began to demoralize the US then destabilize the US there's the crisis phase and then they go into the normalization phase and according to that video that you did a year ago that we're in that crisis phase right now because the communist have infiltrated all these different industries and all these different areas that impact the minds of the last three generations their plan was led subvert the minds of the next three generations and that can glenn them over to communism. Where are we now? How in how are you seeing this play out from that interview? You know thirty years ago with this. Do I think your analysis is right on target. Yeah according to Yuri's The proposal and he should know KGB agent he was a defector from the Soviet Union. He was in charge of disinformation For the American press or any any press that came to Russia his job was just doing this for your benefit but for viewers His job was to take the newspaper. Reporters and journalists around get him drunk. Show him the good things that that they had created in Moscow as a show show place and make take them believe that that's the way it was all around Russia. It was a kind of a show. It was give you an example. They they staged a wedding in a in a Christian in church so that the newspaper reporters could say. Oh my gosh. We were told that. Russia didn't allow weddings anymore in churches..

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"You can own a piece of paper that says that car is yours but if somebody says you can't drive the car you you can't drive the car because for whatever reason you didn't pay a license fee let's say then you don't obviously don't on the car if somebody else can tell you that you can't use it. So the test of ownership is control a bureaucrat. In Washington or a state can have a limousine assigned to him or her and is he picks up the phone and limousine shows up as a driver. He doesn't own that car but he totally controlled it. That is ownership in in my Sanson. Most people sets go. Whoever controls piece property owner now with that understanding the honors the true owners of the Federal Reserve System are the ones who control it and that would be the largest banks in the United States? Those are the owners and they control it. They select the list of names that are submitted to the president from which he must choose a chairman. The President of the United States technically chooses the chairman of the Federal Reserve. But we'RE GONNA get the list. Nobody ever asked fat. It's a fact that the president who make these appointments don't even know these people that that they appoint. You're not gonNA find their names in their private address books. They've never met these people in most cases so they're following the advice in directions hinge of who who who told the president what names to choose from maybe not which name to choose but which wants to choose from a list I and that list always of course is made up of people who are very friendly to the banking cartel either members of it are very close to it. They're never any money on these lists. Who who would be hostile to the policies of the bank's never so the president chooses from lists provided to him by his biggest donors? The biggest donors are the banks and big corporations which they control so the president does not choose the chairman of the Federal Reserve in a real sense. What actually happened? ENJ- is that the Federal Reserve chooses the president because they're the ones to provide the money that make it possible for an candidate to win elections. They control the media and they control a lot of things that will determine how the American people vote. It's it's a convoluted thing and it's not an easy easy easy. Answer an easy question to answer because most people keep thinking of who owns the stock certificates. And there's always there's always this hidden question of will do the Rothschild hold some hidden stock over in Europe and D- other banks in Europe and and you know that wouldn't surprise me but but if they do it's not significant because the controllers of that Federal Reserve are the true owners and those are the biggest banks in the United States. Now who owns those banks. There's another question in most of these big banks. You can't find out who owns them. They too if they have stocked oftener held in street names we don't know the true holders holders but aren't they like descendants and there's like a trust of this sentence of those who were at Jekyll island who create this like J. P. Morgan and his bank. Aj Chase and the Rockefeller banks that they've owned and controlled and Jacob Schiff in the banks of the in all those people that were there creating it. How are their families? Still Bill Benefiting from that today I own the banks because they're the ones who owned banks now or what. What were the ones that control the banks and therefore they do on the banks yeah of Carson if you can determine who is going to be a appointed or elected as the president of a bank or if you if you are buddies with all all of the people on the board of directors and you had this interlock and you find the same board of directors on the same people on the board of directors of different banks and and also the biggest largest corporations and the media companies you look at an interlocking chart? I've seen a few of them. It's it's amazing. It looks like a like a spider web but if you get down look at the lines you'll see that these lines connect certain very important people too many different major corporations nations and yes is such a such a key point there. I've seen Ad. There's like the committee of three hundred or whatever these people that are on the board of all all these corporations and and they're the ones that really control. The corporations control the banks control the media. It's that mechanism. I WANNA ask this about the debt because this mechanism here that ties all that together. So here's the Fed but then also that was created was the irs at the same time and so now for some reason America's twenty one trillion plus dollars in debt. We can print hundred dollar bills for six cents right so if you do the math math. There's no way that we should be broke. You can create a hundred dollar bill for six cents but the way the debt happens is what the debt and then we pay. Are The people well pay the IRS. And then the IRS pays the Federal Reserve Bay back for the debts or whatever and that money goes back to the people who control the banks is that that's kind of how I I understand it. Well I certainly have run across that theory and I. I'm not challenging. I have never gotten that deep into it on the tax side As I see it the tax system in America is not so much for revenue in fact the bankers themselves have written papers on this. There was a guy whose whose name I can't remember now but he's in my book Maybe I'll think of it. But he was one of the member of the board of a one of the And regional banks of the Federal Reserve System but Name was Hummel or something like that but he actually was the person who created the federal withholding tax he was also had a position in the government and he wrote a paper which I came across an I quoted him in my book. He said something like this. He said now that we have the Federal Reserve system and he didn't go on to explain what that meant but we understand that now that we we have a means of creating money ourselves creating money the purpose of tax the purpose of taxes. Become very narrow we. We don't even need the tax is basically what he says. We can fund everything we WANNA do simply by creating the money through the Federal Reserve System but then he said we still need the tax primarily as a social mechanism as a means of engineering society to move money from one group to another to reward our friends and punish our enemies to redistribute wealth to encourage one sector of the economy over the other in other words a means of control. That's what they have the taxes taxes for so when I hear people concerned about where the taxes going well that's important to know I admit that but the point is that all of the taxes taxes are meant as a mechanism of control. What more do we need to know? And yes that was design by the same people who created the Federal Reserve System System. That is insidious I mean just to hear you say that has its chilling and you know okay so you're more seasoned than we you've been around for a bit and you've seen the effects of inflation. You know more than we have. We all see the charts what the dollar could buy fifty years ago versus what it could by now. And I'm wondering when you think back to being A We lad you know you go to to buy a you know a meal meal just maybe a few items. What do you remember spending to get typical things that we buy today and it's funny because I often think about that as a kid across from the grade school where the first grade school where I went there was a little candy store? It was actually in the basement or half basement just across the the street from the school and you go down about ten stairs and the windows were above ground but most of the shop was below ground and was a candy store and the greatest joy for most of us was to stop in the candy store and for a penny come out with a big long strip of paper with little gummy gummy drops at glued to it a penny get a lot of candy and for two or three cents. You could get a candy bar to sent a great candy bar like a Mars bar or or something like that and I often thought about that. It's a song came out some years ago. There's something like Penny Candy Candy for a penny. It takes much more than a penny now so much it's so much more so let's than on that Line of thinking that candy bar today you know a Bach whatever tie that into the printing of money and how that happens because we just accept oh things get more expensive over time but there is a financial mechanism that causes that to take place. uh-huh well that's it. That's the what they call inflation which I think is probably not a good descriptive because the it's true that the money supply inflates and show where they think will. The prices are going up but in reality the prices don't go up. It's just that the value of of the penny goes down or the value of the dollar goes down and why the value of a unit of currency goes down is because of its quantity wanted in relationship to the quantity of goods and services out there that are bidding for it and you can just imagine if you're playing a game of monopoly. Everybody gets a certain amount of money at the beginning of the game and show. The prices are pretty well established by there's limited of the real estate on the board and there's limited the money any and show you put one against the other you know that all of the real estate on the board has to equal approximately the value of all the money that's available for it. Well if somebody Edward discover a second box of monopoly in the closet and he'll look found another boxer monopoly and look at all this money. That's in it and they get the money out and redistributed rated among everybody. Well what happens to the prices on on boardwalk or and Marvin's garden wanted just doubled because it worked for that right. I think it's called cheating. Yeah well yeah. Of course it's cheating. It's fraudulent scam. Let's go back to that word so it's a simple thing to understand. I think most great kids can understand but unfortunately by the time some of them get to be college professors. They can't figure it out 'cause they gotta figure that well it's means of stabilising economies. I mean as a good thing Blah Blah Blah and. They don't understand that. Inflation is just simply a relationship between the quantity of money and the quantity of goods and services ervices show as long as the quantity of money is expanding at approximately the same rate as the goods and services in a society than the purchasing power. The money remain main stable. But if the if the money starts to expand at a rate faster than goods and services then all of a sudden more bidding power against it and prices are bid up and the prices go up because the value of that purchase of unit of the money goes down and it throughout history. The only thing that has ever been discovered through trial and error that stabilizes the purchasing power of money is a monetary system. That's based on something that requires human effort to produce because human effort is the common denominator between goods and services and on the one side and money Johnny on the other. If you don't you have human effort on both sides of the equation now you don't. You don't have a real equation. It's not a mathematical equation. It's a social equation. So okay as long as money was based on something that took human effort to produce the purchasing power of that money remained stable over long periods of time. Well Golden and silver of course is always the one or the other that societies have voluntarily chosen without government intervention or coercion. The given freedom of choice. They may try something and try something else. That didn't work as well as gold and silver show. Historically every instance is that after time societies that to try different things for money reverted back to using gold or silver because it takes a lot of human effort to produce gold and silver in a form that it can be exchanged. That's one of the reasons that maybe we'll talk about cryptos in a minute..

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"They've written on their books pamphlets. It's very clear you don't have. It's not a mystery. They don't hide that fact. It's just that they don't encourage people to understand it. Why is that well because thinking that the Federal Reserve is the government? I'm an agency creates the false comfort that well it's in good hands. I mean we've we elect our elected representatives. We have the president. He appoints the chairman of the board. All these things therefore we the people of America have control over it and certainly it must be in our interest because we own it we control it. I mean your it is. I've got a dollar bill here in my hands and on top of it. It says Federal Reserve Note. The United States of America does that not give every indication that this is an official currency for government. Well it is an official currency for our government but the government doesn't create it nor control. Let the if you understand what happened back in the beginning if you go if you had the courage to read the Federal Reserve Act you talk about boring. But it's it's all in there and what they did is they. Just the United States Congress passed a law which was a cartel agreement. That's another story how that cartel agreement or the Federal Reserve Act came into being the. Let me digress. For just a moment the reason I called my book the creature from Jekyll Island it because the Federal Reserve system was created on Jekyll island which is a real island off the coast of Georgia and it was done the the plan was put together in nineteen ten and it was passed into law in nineteen thirteen. And what they did is they created on that island the outline of a cartel agreement for all the major banks in the United States to come together and share of the market and control the market to their advantage. But they the reason they were on Jekyll island is because they wanted to do this in secret if the word had leaked out that the Federal Reserve Act which was advertised is to the voters and to Congress to in some ways it was advertised as a means of controlling the banks because back in nineteen ten there was a lot of concern concern about the banks. The big bad banks. They call it. The you know the banking cartel they didn't call it cartel in those days but They were concerned about the banks. Thanks and They wanted legislation. They wanted their government to control those banks and so the the bank said. Hey guys are we going to sit around and wait for some jerking congress to come up with the law as going to control our business now. That'd be stupid let us do. It will draft the law to control the banks. But we don't want anyone you want to know that we wrote it because then the cat would be out of the bag so they went to Jekyll island in the privacy of the Jekyll Island club which was owned by all the big billionaires on Wall Street and they all snuck there to where they were all like undercover and like taking trains on different names. And we're all converging into this place under complete anonymity. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That was what caught my attention. One of the things about my attention in the beginning I realized that that journey to Jekyll island was done under conditions of great secrecy. In fact my view I don't think many wars of history were plotted under conditions of greater secrecy than that yet. They just knew it must not be discovered that they were writing the Federal Reserve Act. Because then nobody would they would see what it was they would see that it was a prod. Shall we get back to the question you know. How do you explain this to somebody? They have have to know a little bit of history. But it's easy to summarize it. Somebody asked me what is the Federal Reserve System. And you've got you know thirty seconds to explain it. I can say well I don't need thirty seconds. I can do it in four and they look at me rather surprised and I said okay here it is. The Federal Reserve System is scan any any questions and that's it but now seconds well airtime. Yeah and you could even shave it further by leaving the word Federal Reserve often. Just say it's it's a scam. You got three so it but of course that leaves a lot to be explained to well what scam and how does it work. And how do you know things like that because then you wind up with a six hundred page book to fill in the blank spots. But that's really it. It's as simple as that one of the problems that I and many people have had an understanding standing the Federal Reserve it. Because we're boy scouts. You know we believe that everybody is honest and up front. We couldn't imagine that anything liked the Federal Reserve System which has big building in Washington. DC and show revered and is taught in schools as the great defender of the economy energy for the American people. We couldn't believe that that could be anything close to a scam. Our that ever happened impossible so we weren't able to see it but finally when you get the history and you read the papers of the people who did this you realize that by Golly they did create a scam and they knew it and they talked talked about it they wrote papers on it. They gave speeches on it. They described it. They plotted it's in the record. And then you think oh my gosh where have have I been all of my life. That's the that's the pattern or the path that most people take this topic like I did. I started in totally as as an unbeliever knock. It couldn't be scan at not at all but just complicated and I was too stupid to understand it. That's how I thought it was and then I realized when I started reading the words of these people people that created it themselves about issues. About how do we keep this from being known. How do we do? This sort appears to be something which it isn't and they talked about that uh-huh I better go open my eyes and take a little second. Look at this so anyway I'm off the track. o- How would I explain it to the average person I would just say it's it's a means by which they banking cartel. The banking industry formed a cartel so they could dominate the market of money and banking banking and they could write their own rules and regulations. They would give it to Congress. Congress would pass it as a law and so it was since it's a law now people think it's it's a government agency but it's no it's not a government agency was just made legal by law and so now Congress went one step further. Not only did they allow the bank to regulate the banks to regulate their own industry but to their amazement. Woodrow Wilson and and whole Congress gave the Federal Reserve System the power to create the nation's money supply. That was those are two separate issues. How do you regulate relate your own industry but the other one was tell? Take your constitutional right to issue money and transferred to a private group of people and they did that and nobody questioned it today. Nobody questions it. How can Congress delegate its constitutional authority to issue the and controlled the quality and the quantity of money but they did and nobody even to this day? Most people don't know it and if you ask most college professors and banking and money. They say what are you talking about. That is exactly what happened. Yeah I WANNA talk about the education system and a little bit but I wanNA follow. I WANNA follow that up. Because that's what really woke me up to to the world I learned about this in the year two thousand and then once I what did you say no. The money's not backed by gold. What do you mean? Oh they can say paper money out of thin air rush and the fractional reserve banking thing which was such a crazy thing for me to wrap my brain around. I was like if I had a positive a million dollars in my bank. Now of the bank ain't can can loan out ten million dollars money that doesn't even exist and then request interest back on this money that never even existed before they created it out of thin air like the whole system to me and then I started realizing wait a second. There are so many things that we think we know that are not the way they are Dr. And it's just such a Ma like this right here was the gateway drug really for me to understand really more so of how the world works and I think that it's very important. I think a lot of people that are in the crypto currency space are libertarians. And they you know they've they've done research they understand. Most people have never even heard the term Fiat currency. That's not a term that is in the in the common vernacular of most world citizens right like Baber. Money out of thin. Air Is just unbelievable. I WanNa ask you about because I want. I want our audience to understand that even today who owns a Federal Reserve Bank. There's these families there's a X. amount of these that's a trust right and in the irs against paid taxes and that goes back to the trust of the Federal Reserve. How how does that work work is I? I don't even know that I have a full grasp on it but I think it's very important for people to understand where the profits are going and then I have a point after that you explain this I have a point. Well you do have a good point. And but the question of who owns the Federal Reserve is a tricky one because they're different definitions of the word on ownership ownership and so you have to choose one. Most people think that if you hold first of all back off the Federal Reserve is a corporation okay. That's what it is. It's legally a corporation and which is why there's a chairman right the chairman yet and unlike most corporations which are created by states this one was created by Congress so the Federal Government created this corporation. So it's a Federal Federally Created Corporation. But still a corporation and with most corporations you would assume that the people who owned The stock certificates sh own corporation. Why because they can vote? The owners of the stock can vote the chairman out. They can vote the Boards of directors and so forth. And in that way they can change their leadership if they wish and also the people who own the Stock Talk Radio on the test of ownership is what you can do with it. If you own something you can sell it or you can give it away and you start looking at it and when you read. The Federal Reserve accurate is that the primary functions of ownership are denied to the stockholders stockholders cannot sell their stock stock holders. Are The banks. So you can start the wilbanks L. A. Banks on it because they own the stock now. The original issue of the Federal Reserve did have some people private people who own stock in the formation stage and you can find in that in the pages of the New York Times back in nineteen ten. They lifted some of these people that actually held stock. There been changes since then and now responded we can tell on the outside looking in all the stock is owned by the member banks okay but the member banks cannot sell their stock. They can't give it away and they don't even have voting power. They cannot vote for the the chairman of the Federal Reserve System and so forth. So it's it's kind of a facade. In a sense of ownership the true test of ownership always is not who holds a piece of paper.

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"Are you financial advisor. Not but you know a lot about this and I'm just. I'm just doing math. Good all right. We'll tell you what speaking of math and speaking of crypto speaking of Fiat currency. Let's get to this interview right here. This right here is going to be once a little bit longer than usual. No but I would say that if you hold it. Plus it'll be worth three and a half times the value of the time you listen to it. By the time you listen to it is they were Griffin and we are privileged now to go down the rabbit hole with a man who has been bringing others others down the rabbit hole of the mystery of the financial systems of the world for many decades. Now he His name is is g Edward Griffin but his friends. Call Him ED and He's been doing this stuff for quite a while. He was a writer for Curtis Lemay. He was vice presidential Tuchel running-mate for George Wallace back in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight and then. He started writing making documentary style videos about topics such as the ones that that have been covered in his best selling book. The creature from Jekyll Island. You've Travis referred to this book many times and it is a reveals. The mystery mystery of the so-called Federal Reserve is here with us now to spin yarns and tell tall tales of the world financial elites Mr g Edward Griffin. Welcome to bed crypto. Well thank you for inviting me going to spend some tall tales all right. I like the sound of that. You've actually covered a lot of topics it's over the years younger bio says you've written about The the truth about cancer in the industry so surrounding that the historical authenticity of Noah's Ark the Supreme Court of the US terrorism foreign policy and the Federal Reserve. You've just you've dove down a lot of rabbit holes in your. I certainly curtain have. I'm surprised I climbed out again because there's some people when you start telling their secrets. They don't like that they don't want to for you to bring being out to the light that which they intend to keep in the dark that is so true. Yes well I've got some. I've got a few people on the list like that. I mean I've taken on the international banking cartel taken on the international pharmaceutical cartel. How's that for two starch? That's Coho concerned when he walked UNCLAMPS. I'm pretty sure. Yeah it's completely fascinating to me. So folks do not know the story of you know the the the creature from Jekyll Island. It's about a six hundred page book. It goes in and talks about. You know this this meeting. That had happened back in nineteen ten of these. He's very influential people and how they decided they were going to create a new central banking system. PUT IT in place. Implemented the IRS system. And here here we are over a hundred years later now. What led you down that rabbit hole to explore that so as I find that completely fascinating how did you you say you know what I I want to understand how this whole system works? Well that's a very long and it rather quite boring story but I'll try and make it Short and boring. How's that yeah? Well actually actually what I said that is true. It is a boring story because it's all about my journey and my journey is a lot like everyone i. I have no idea where I was going to end up. I started in one direction and ended up ended ended up someplace entirely different. So that's the story of mankind. I guess but that certainly was how I got to where I am today. We go way back to the middle of the nineteen eighteen. Sixty I guess late sixties early seventies and I decided at this point to go into business on my own and I opened up a little Glenn One tank film Production Company. Because that's what I knew how to do. I studied film production communications in school. So I thought that's that's what I'm GONNA do skip over a lot of holes that I stumbled into along the way but finally came to the point where I had decided to do a a very low budget film on the topic of inflation. I thought that was interesting. I knew that didn't know much about inflation. Except the common knowledge must be wrong. The common knowledge allege about inflation that it was somebody else's fault I mean the farmers would say well the reason reason prices are so high is because we sell our products to the distributors distributors and the markets and they have a huge markup on it and said they're the ones that have causing inflation and of course the market and distributors would say no the farmers are making too much money money on it and then somebody would point to the unions. The unions are charging too much money to drive the trucks list their fault unions which they know it's the capitalist and of course the Marxist Marxist gutted there's there's always somebody else's fault for raising prices and gouging the market and I thought this doesn't make sense GonNa do a research on it. Well it didn't take long if you are serious about that. I went and checked out a lot of books at the library and I read them and it didn't take long before I realized that the the engine of inflation which something called the Federal Reserve System. I never heard of it before. Well I had probably read about it in school and then conveniently really forgot about it because it didn't mean anything to me. I always thought Federal Reserve was a government agency. That was the impression I got in school and that they were the good guys they were there air to stabilize the economy. Hand preserved the purchasing power of the dollar. And all those good things so I didn't pay much attention to it except to be thankful in my nightly prayers that we had it. You know that kind of thing but I found out that. Wait a minute wait a minute. Something was different and the books and the people whistle blowers and all that were saying. That's not the way it is folks. Folks they were saying that the the Federal Reserve was a banking cartel cartel. What do you mean a cartel? What does that wasn't even sure what that word meant had to go back and say oh cartel a group of privately owned companies not government agency the Group of private companies all in the same field? Who decided to quit competing with each other so that they can come to agreement on and set crisis and profit margins policies and they can gouge the public and the public has has no place else to go because it's like shared monopoly in the market of the news? Can't ask I got to that stage and then I never produced the film. Something else came up something. That was a little easier to research the net. I realized this was a huge Anna Worms. There's something else came up and the books were I mean all the stuff might papers and books the report away in a big box in the back of the closet someplace some years later some literally some little old ladies in Pasadena we've heard about them. They were unreal Some little old ladies in Pasadena called me. They heard I was giving speeches on this that and the other thing and they asked me if I would like to address their their study group Nope they had Pasadena of course and their study group was about taxes and they said they. Would you like to talk about taxes. I said well I don't nor much about taxes except that they're too high and I'm GonNa give them what else can I say and I said but I do know something about a hidden tax and and of course the light bulb went off. And what do you mean a hidden tax as well. I could come and talk to you about a hidden taxes much bigger than any tax that you've been talking about. Of course I was talking talking about inflation. But they didn't know that. and Oh yeah well so that was my my call So I went and got my box out some through all these these books. This was some years later by the way this was much later and what we'd stay late. Eighties mid eighties. Well let me think because the book came in Ninety Ninety four correct. Yeah this would be. It should be the mid the mid eighties. Yes Kurt show and I went in. I reread some of the stuff and by this time. Hi Mike learned a lot along the road and some of the things that I didn't understand the first time through snap into focus I thought. Oh my gosh this is. This is a profoundly deeper habit homes. You call it this. I didn't catch this the first time through when I realized that it was extremely important topic because it affected all aspects of our lives and so I I spent a little time thumbing through making notes night prepared a speech for the ladies and it was a small group. I probably about forty people in their living room but it was my chance to review and put something together with an an opening middle in a an ending and and in that process. I became aware that there was a story here so I gave my speech and the the Nice ladies came up to me afterwards and they were very complementary. They said this is wonderful. You want you to go on the road with this presentation. Well you never you never say that to a young guy that wants to go on the road road with presentation. Because that's what I did. I that all what they liked it so I started to produce a series of one day seminars seminars. I called the crash course on money and they were. I would say wildly successful. A lot of people came out to hear my seminars traveled all around the United States for about a year. Maybe you're and a half and I was packing them in and I thought I was doing a good job but I became very dissatisfied rather rather nervous because at the end of most of my presentations there would be somebody that would come up and say well Mr Griffin. This is all very startling. And and I believe that that what you're saying is true. And now I understand Blah Blah. But what do you recommend. I do to protect myself. My husband I husband died left a small estate. I don't want to I DIDN'T WANNA squander it. What would you recommend I do? Should I buy an apartment house. Should I get gold silver to go into cash. Or what should I do and I had face myself in the mirror. I hadn't the foggiest idea of what to say to these people. I was a fraud yes I knew about the Federal Reserve but the real world of investment. I knew nothing about that. And people wanted that information. So cancel the The series speeches beaches and I decided to go back to school. I really did. I surprised myself. I wanted to learn about the real markets so I rolled in something called the college for financial financial. Planning is a correspondence coach. But it's very highly esteemed course they The issues certificates like a CPA this was the CFP certified financial planner and it was a loss. So you're in your fifties at this point so you're like fifty or so you're going to go back to school. See that's great the dangerfield dead. He don't get no respect. Yeah so anyway. I decided sided that I'd go back to school and I got my CFP designation. And I. I really learned a lot is not that. I wanted to be a financial planner. I just wanted to learn about the real markets so then I realized that the story I was sitting on was one of the biggest stories that you could possibly imagine. I decided then to write a book. That was the beginning of it so it was about a seven in your journey from that point for me together. All this stuff that I knew but I didn't know all about it. I didn't know enough about it to offer myself as some kind of a half baked to write a book you stick yourself out and I thought when I published a book. Boy Am I gonNA get splattered I would just. I dreaded the day that some college college professor would read my book and expose me as the Of the the embassy sold. I want this was not my field and bullet never happen. That's another story. I'll come back to that the minute joining way up published a book. That's how it happened. It was just a journey of one step leading to the other other and if I had known how Long Journey Watch and how many challenges there were in how many mysterious things and how many doors opened up into other rooms that had doors. That opened wound up in distill other rooms. It's a huge topic. Money flows everywhere and it took the heart of just about everything that we're it's important in our lives if sounds boring at all. I think that that's great and I want a little g Edward Griffin action figure. Now who's taken on the world financial says. Don't forget to get the bobblehead gone what the actual content and of the creature from Jekyll Island. Obviously IT'S A. It is a long book. Is You have many words in in it but if you were to sum up if you know if you have just a few minutes with somebody who thinks like the majority of Americans that the Federal Reserve is a government agency. See How would you in just a few minutes persuade them that their world view is upside down. Why would ask him to call Federal Reserve and ask the boom? He did it in less than one in a in a sentence because del explain it..

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"edward griffin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"YOU'VE HEARD OF DRACULA WHO comes in the night to suck the blood of innocence so that he might live. You've heard of the Phantom of the opera who will stop at nothing to keep captive his beloved Christine. And you've heard of the mummy me who's been wrapped up so long. He's just in a bad mood and is often mistaken for billy. Zane the list of monsters and evil doers goes on it while these fiends are fictional. There's one that's more insidious than all of these and is very real. It's the creature from Jekyll island and about East so terrifying horrible that it affects you me and the American economy every day as named by author and Speaker G Edward Griffin the Federal Reserve. Bank is the monster that was born the coast of Georgia and today remains a mystery to most Americans will. We are super super pleased today to bring a legendary interview with G Edward Griffin where we discussed the origins of the Fed. How the money supply works? And how crypto currency see complete in a central role in bringing about economic freedom for all. What are the most important shows? We've ever done. You won't want to miss a beat of episode number three hundred fifty one of this legend. Wait for it dairy episode number. The three hundred fifty one wait for it of the bed Crypto podcast. Ah Greetings friends. This is an incredible episode of the bad crypto. Podcast we have for you and along for the ride eight or myself Mr Joel Calm and my compatriot Comrade brother-in-arms Mr Travis. Right welcome everyone. Now this is I would say this right here. We've had conversations since we've done this interview. I think this might be the best interview that we've done. Maybe the most important interview that we've done out of all the episodes that we've yeah. There's this is the this stuff here is really taking. So we'RE NOT GONNA keep you waiting here very long..

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