Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth About Our Money System and by Ellen Brown

By Ellen Brown

EXPLODING THE MYTHS approximately funds. Our cash approach isn't really what now we have been ended in think. The construction of cash has been privatized, or taken over through a personal funds cartel. the vast majority of our cash is now created as loans complex by means of inner most banking associations -- together with the Federal Reserve, the inventory of that is a hundred% privately owned. Banks create the relevant yet no longer the curiosity to provider their loans. to discover the curiosity, new loans needs to continuously be taken out, increasing the cash provide, inflating costs -- and robbing you of the worth of your cash. net of Debt unravels the deception and offers a crystal transparent photograph of the monetary abyss in the direction of which we're heading. Then it explores a conceivable replacement, one who used to be verified in colonial the USA and is grounded within the better of American monetary idea, together with the writings of Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln. for those who care approximately monetary defense, your personal or the nation's, you might want to learn this book.

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