The Capitalist ConspiracyAn Inside View Of International Banking
Mar. 25, 2006
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Edward Griffin - The Capitalist Conspiracy: An Inside view of International Banking
Written and narrated by G. Edward Griffin
(1960's) An old film, made sometime in the 60's.
This is an adaptation of a documentary filmstrip tracing the history of a small group of people who control the money systems of the world. It shows how this group is protected by governments and how its wealth is derived by creating money out of nothing. We see how this group wields power through government, foundations, education, and the mass media. It has aided such regimes as Russia and China, not because it is pro-Communist, but because a visible enemy and the threat of war have been useful in persuading the masses to embrace the group's ultimate goal: a world government which they expect to control from behind the scenes. They are now working to replace fear of nuclear war with fear of global pollution as the motivation for world government. It is clear that the plan revealed in this program continues to unfold.
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