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BASHED BY THE BANKERS by Byron Dale
The author describes in vivid detail how the federal
government servants protect us and our property. He was attacked
in his own home without cause and almost beaten to death by a
govt./state S.W.A.T. team of state police. Are you next on the
list for believing and having the same knowledge that Byron Dale
COIN'S FINANCIAL SCHOOL by William H. Harvey
"Coin" Harvey's popular American classic, a trumpet blast
against the Rothschils and other international "gold bugs,"
inspired William Jennings Bryan in his 1896 crusade to free America
from its "cross of gold." Brisk text, period cartoons, and
Establishment historian Richard Hofstadter's skeptical but
informative introduction make this an excellent introduction to the
money question during the first century of the Republic.
COLLECTIVE SPEECHES OF CONGRESSMAN LOUIS T. McFADDEN, The; as
compiled from the Congressional Record
Trip-hammer congressional speeches by Depression-era statesman
Louis T. McFadden, one of the most powerful and convincing voices
ever raised against the internationalist conquest of the American
economy. This courageous American lawmaker dared to battle the
Federal Reserve and the international banking racket, not least for
their ruthless exploitation of post-Versailles Germany, mincing no
words on the shadowy forces behind banking and Bolshevism. The
theme of these speeches is the question, unanswered by the
Establishment to this day, Congressman McFadden thundered 60
years ago: "Why not an American policy?"
EMPIRE OF THE CITY-WORLD SUPERSTATE by E.C Knuth
A concise, informative guide to how international finance, in
tandem with British imperialism, exploited and even created
geopolitical rivalries during the 19th and 20th centuries. Crammed
with facts and revelations of the subterranean maneuvering that
brought untold wealth to the bankers but only "blood, sweat, and
tears" to the people, including the English people, from the Opium
War to the Boer War to and through the World Wars.