2/26/2009 8:18:08 PM
Not surprised, but many will be
Hi Robert, first of all I have to commend you for having to courage to write this book. A lot of powerful people are going to be unhappy that you've 'pulled back the curtain' on the money system and how it works once it's released.
I am certain that your statement (easily verified, by the way) will probably be surprising to a large percentage of people. It is not surprising to me, just as it would not to anyone who has read books written by powerful men such as Lord Bertrand Russel, H.G. Wells, Jacques Ellul, Carroll Quiqley, Aldous Huxley and Zbginiew Brzinski, to name just a handful. Researching institutions such as the Club of Rome or the Council on Foreign Relations will also yield fruit for the earnest seeker.
An economy professor I know, who really ought to know better, thinks that because the POTUS chooses a Federal Reserve chairman (from a list supplied by the FR!) and the US Sentate confirms the choice that therefore the instution is a part of the US federal government. More proof for you that our educational systems--even institutions of higher learning--have failed miserably! I am more convinced than ever before that these instutions do not teach people how to think, how figure things out for themselves. I think that deep down, people like my econ professor friend know the truth of the matter but choose (either consciously or unconsciously) to ignore the truth and cling to what they've been taught.