Dr. Gary North slams the criminal statist Ellen Brown with rebuttal after rebuttal in this epic work of power.
I fully agree with North that Brown is nothing more than a mockingbird tea party infiltrator. She has no economics training, she is a piss-poor historian, and she believes in total government power over everything.
Her proposals are arguably worse than the criminal system of monetary fraud we are currently experiencing.
Bottom line, never take economic advice from a lawyer.
From Gary North writes:
Ellen Brown’s 2006 book, The Web of Debt, has become a best-seller within the Patriot movement. This indicates the extraordinary intellectual vulnerability of the Patriot movement. Its members cannot distinguish conservatism from radical leftism. This book promotes the following:
The Populist economics of America’s far Left
A vast expansion of Federal government welfare
Pure fiat money: printing press money
Total Federal government control over money: “Obama dollars”
Legal tender laws that force people to accept Obama dollars
The American Civil War as a great engine of economic growth
Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal as a great economic program
The gold coin standard as a terrible evil that restrains the state
Ellen Brown is the latest in a long line of pro-fiat money, anti-gold currency, monetary statists who have infiltrated the conservative movement.
They have accomplished this for over 50 years by the tactic of wrapping themselves in a flag of opposition to the Federal Reserve System. I call them false-flag infiltrators.
Click on the two links in the article for a point by point break down of Ellen Brown’s treasonous homage to fascism.
If any of you want the real history of the federal reserve that isn’t written by some phony lawyer, Professor Murray Rothbard published the greatest refutation of the Federal Reserve System ever written in his epic work The Case Against The Fed.