- Relief Valve
- LECTURE 1: Why We Are In The Dark About Money
LECTURE 2: The Con
- The Banker Explained - The Wizard of Oz
- Why Do We Need Banks?
- What Bank Supervision?
- Banks Too Big To Fail
- Banks Cheat
- Banks and Money Laundering
- Banks Sell Drugs
- Money is NOT the same as Currency
- Currency Markets Are Rigged
- HFT High Finance Trading Predators
- London Gold Fix Proof of Bank Manipulation
- QE Quantitative Easing
- A Trust Deficit Caused by Predator Bankers' Secrets
- HSBC The Pirate Bank
- HSBC The Dirtiest Bank
- Banks Role in Terrorism
- The Octopus
- The First Banks in America
- History of Banking – Index (by date)
- Wealth Distribution and Why do the Rich Get Richer?
- Learn How Lobbyists Buy Politicians
- Commerce Without Conscience
- The Shattered American Dream
- United States Treasury Department
- About Gold and Fort Knox
- Paying Taxes in April
- Lecture 2 Objectives and Discussion Questions
- LECTURE 3: The Vatican-Central to the Origins of Money & Power
- LECTURE 4: London The Corporation Origins of Opium Drug Smuggling
- LECTURE 5: U.S. Pirates, Boston Brahmins Opium Drug Smugglers
- LECTURE 6: The Shady Origins Of The Federal Reserve
- LECTURE 7: How The Rich Protect Their Money
- LECTURE 8: How To Protect Your Money From The 1% Predators
- LECTURE 9: Final Thoughts
Lecture 2 Objectives Federal Reserve Conflict of Interests
✔ To understand the real reasons banks promote financial literacy.
✔ To understand what the Octopus is, what its tentacles are, and how the pieces of the Octopus interact with each other.
✔ To clarify the relationship between Banks and Drug Trade and some of the key alliances in modern history (1750--to the present).
✔ To clarify some of the key issues at stake in knowing whether the U.S. is a Corporation or not.
1. Why aren't Financial Literacy education programs making Americans any more financially literate?
2. Why wasn't Goldman Sachs and its executives penalized more significantly than it was by the U.S. Justice System?
3. What are some of the secrets of Predator Bankers?
4. What were some of the first banks in the U.S.?
5. How do banks sell drugs? what is the role of banks in funding drug trade?
6. What are some of the benefits of state owned public banks?
7. Why have banks been made too big to fail? Why are they still too big to fail.
8. Why does the gap continue to exist between the rich and the poor? Why do the rich get richer?