Monetary Revolution for US and the children It's time to stop trading paper it's just paper get cheep silver bullion or coins when you can. Its time to start saving for the day when those that have only paper will understand it's just paper. Monetary Revolution - Crash JP Morgan Buy Silver
Laptop Brigade: Ron Paul on Monetary Reform Detailed description of Ron Paul's stance on Monetary Reform. A great video to show members of the financial community. www.RonPaul2008.com
Bernanke warns that meddling with Fed's monetary policy cause harm economy
American Empire VS Roman Empire : monetary history repeats itself this is a short montage of a one hour and twenty minutes lecture by Joseph Peden at the The Ludwig von Mises Institute. . . Inflation and the Fall of the Roman Empire Professor Joseph Peden's lecture Inflation and the Fall of the Roman Empire given at the Seminar on Money and Government in Houston, Texas, on October 27, 1984. The original audio recording is available as a free MP3 download. . la vérité sur la bureaucratie romaine: translation: . now I've been asked to speak on the theme of Roman history, particularly the problem of inflation and it's impact. My ***ysis is based on the premise that monetary policy cannot be studied, or understood, in isolation from the overall policies of the state. Monetary, fiscal, military, political, economic issues are all very much intertwined. And the reason they are all so intertwined is in part due to the fact that the state, any state, normally seeks to monopolize the supply of money within its own territory. Monetary policy therefore always serves, even if it serves badly, the perceived needs of the rulers of the state. If it also happens to enhance the prosperity and progress of the masses of the people, that is a secondary benefit; but its first aim is to serve the needs of the rulers, not the ruled. and This point is central, I believe, to an understanding of the course of monetary policy in the late Roman Empire. historians of prices in the Roman Empire have come to the conclusion ...
The World Bank (WB) & The International Monetary Fund (IMF) A clip from the documentary "The New Rulers of The World" by film maker John Pilger. The WB and the IMF control most of the world's cash flow. Please check out all of John Pilger's documentaries.
Austrian Monetary Economics | Pascal Salin Recorded at the Mises Institute Supporters Summit, 1 November 2008; Auburn, Alabama. Includes introductions by Lew Rockwell, Burton S. Blumert, and Gary Schlarbaum, and the presentation of the 2008 Schlarbaum Award for Lifetime Achievement in Liberty to Pascal Salin.
16. The Evolution and Perfection of Monetary Policy Financial Markets (ECON 252) Central Banks, originally created as bankers' banks, implement monetary policy using their leverage over the supply of money and credit standards. Since the Bank of England was founded in 1694, through the gold standard which lasted until the 1930s, and into modern times, central banks have pursued monetary policy to stabilize the banking system. Central banks monitor currency flows and inflation, acting when crises, such as bank runs, emerged. More recently, central banks have taken an increasingly expansive role in stabilizing economic fluctuations. In the yet to be confirmed current recession, the Federal Reserve has used open market operations and innovative financial arrangements to try to forestall the recession and bail out failing financial institutions. Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2008.
1944 Bretton Woods International Monetary Conference This newsreel excerpt briefly describes the international monetary conference of 1944 (before WW2 ended), held at the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. The conference founded the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. The fixed exchange rate system created at the conference came under increasing strain in the 1960s and was ended unilaterally by President Nixon in 1971.
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Ron Paul on Monetary Policy In his latest C4L update, Congressman Ron Paul discusses recent events that will have a significant impact on monetary policy, talks about the dollar, and answers a question concerning the IMF.
Paul Van Eeden about monetary policy of the FED on CNBC Paul Van Eeden, of Cranberry Capital, and CNBC's Steve Liesman on CNBC 2008.05.28
implosion of the monetary system expected by fund managers Jim Puplava talks to Brian Pretti about the Massachusetts election of Scott Brown, unemployment numbers, Richard Duncan the dollar crisis the corruption of capitalism, the terminal decline of the american economy, the federal reserve monetization, implosion of the monetary system expected by big money fund managers, gold, Tea Party movement, president Barack Obama bogus banking reforms, Goldman Sachs, the price of crude oil before the election, Donald Coxe saturday night massacre. recorded on January 23rd 2010
Re: CAUTION: Monetary System Karl Denninger would tell me not to buy gold or silver the dollar will hold all last year and some of this year. Now... If enough people ask me I will find his comments on his videos about gold and do a video on it. John from stellaconcepts video Please support other channels that expose the truth. The liberty movement is on the march, but needs to grow.
Ending the Monetary Fiasco and Returning to Sound Money | Thorsten Polleit The 2009 Ludwig von Mises Memorial Lecture, presented by Thorsten Polleit. Recorded at the annual Austrian Scholars Conference, Ludwig von Mises Institute, 14 March 2009. Includes the presentation of the 2009 Lawrence Fertig Prize, and and introduction by Joseph T. Salerno. Also includes closing remarks by Douglas E. French.
Bernard A. Lietaer on Monetary blind spots and structural solutions 1v5 Speaker: Bernard A. Lietaer, Research Fellow, University of California Title: Monetary blind spots and structural solutionsCovering the Crisis generated two days of intense interaction and fruitful debate between leading global players from the world of financial journalism. Fresh insights were offered, new connections were made, experiences were shared and innovative ideas were generated.
QE2 The Last Gasp of a Monetary System: A Message to the World Subscribe Free www.inflation.us Must See! End of Liberty http Liquidity Flood Brazil ready to retaliate for US move in 'currency war' Global backlash China, US taking huge risk Germany Concerned about US
Monetary Revolution - Crash JP Morgan Buy Silver Physical Silver is Money - Help END JP Morgan Chase Ponzi of Debt November 11, 2010 A public effort is underway to "crash JP Morgan buy silver" it is now the only way to have justice. Force reality on to these banksters. November 10, 2010 CME taps the breaks on silver preventing people from buying too much using margin. (you can short as much as you like though) News October 27, 2010 Two lawsuits have been filed in Manhattan federal court against JP Morgan and HSBC Holdings Inc. accusing them of manipulating the price of silver by "amassing enormous short positions". The suits were filed by Brian Beatty and Peter Laskaris, who each claim they lost money trading COMEX silver futures and options contracts as a result of JP Morgan's alleged manipulation. Act Now, CFTC Is Urged (about silver manipulation) The evidence that JPM is manipulating the silver market is overwhelming. The facts are, a congressman getting a letter from the CFTC stating that the reason JPM has 200 million oz short position is because they took it over from a brokerage firm that went under in March of 2008. The CFTC bank participation reports that before Dec 2009 listed only JPM as the only bank with a 40% net short position. (NOTE the CFTC changed the way they report bank participation to hide JPMs positions) A CFTC commissioner admitting that JPM has such a large short position by accident ( it's not legal for them to release who has what) and ...
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Hayek on Milton Friedman and Monetary Policy Friedrich Hayek discusses Milton Friedman's Monetarism and monetary policy. For more on Hayek's ideas on monetary policy see Choice in Currency: A way to stop inflation (for a concise summary) at or see The Denationalisation of Money for a more a more detailed proposal at This is an excerpt from a longer interview which can be found here
Economics 470 - Monetary Theory and Policy - Fall 2009 - Tuesday 9/29/2009 - Lecture 1
Stock Market and Monetary System on the verge of collapse This video lays out the underlying reasons behind the market crash. very telling Also note this is not just a normal market correction, this is the begining of the collapse of our monetary system. WAKE UP
Money As Debt (1 of 5) Quick and easy way to purchase silver: Paul Grignon's 47-minute animated presentation of "Money as Debt" tells in very simple and effective graphic terms what money is and how it is being created. It is an entertaining way to get the message out. The Cowichan Citizens Coalition and its "Duncan Initiative" received high praise from those who previewed it. I recommend it as a painless but hard-hitting educational tool and encourage the widest distribution and use by all groups concerned with the present unsustainable monetary system in Canada and the United States.
Ron Paul vs Ben Bernanke - Monetary Inflation - 11.08.07 first 5 secs cut off. Edit: Please refrain from racist or ethnic slurs in comments.
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You Choose '08 Spotlight: Ron Paul on Monetary Policy This is Day 7 of our YouChoose '08 Spotlight week. Throughout this week we have featured a new video every day of presidential candidate Ron Paul talking about different issues. Please submit your questions, comments or your positions on the issues by posting your video comments on our video pages. (Posted August 7, 2007)
Monetary Lessons from America's Past | Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Presented by Thomas E. Woods, Jr., at "Our Enemy, Inflation," the Mises Circle in Houston, sponsored by Jeremy S. Davis. Recorded Saturday, 24 January 2009.
Dennis Kucinich: Gaza, reforming the monetary system and a plea for your support PLEASE CONTRIBUTE AT kucinich.us As Congress begins, I have been leading the way towards addressing the humanitarian plight of the people of Gaza whose desperate conditions must be addressed if there is to be any chance for peace in the Middle East. I have also begun a campaign to work on the reform of our monetary system in order to bring about equity, prosperity and environmental sustainability. I had to spend the resources you provided me with in order to retain my seat in Congress. I need your generous help again to fund our ongoing political operations including media outreach, web communications, office administration and issues campaigning. I know these are hard times, but your contribution is essential to strengthening our efforts. Please contribute as generously as you can. Your support assures a true independent voice in Congress. With hope and in peace, Dennis I know these are hard times, but your contribution is essential to strengthening our efforts. Please contribute as generously as you can. Your support assures a true independent voice in Congress.
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Feds seize liberty activists (Ron Paul, dollar) Sponsor: - Four arrests, two involving activists with New Hampshire ties....and they could be punished for a very long time, all because they tried to offer you a service superior to the Federal dollar. More info on the arrests and how you can contact jailed defendant Images from: - Info from and US Fed govt To buy a Ridley Report ad...here's how that works.... http ridleyreport liberty dollar bernard von nothaus kevin innes new hampshire ron paul liberty activists dollar collapse peter schiff irwin free state project dave ridley report arrest civil disobedience alternate currency economic crisis economy bailouts fiat money federal reserve raid fbi marshals us judge courts fully informed jury association campaign for 2012 fair trial feds fed chairman ben bernake mint
How to Abolish the Federal Reserve This clip is taken from the awesome video called The Money Masters. Please view the entire video on google to understand what is going on monetarily. You can also purchase the DVD from which I wholeheartedly recommend. I chose this clip to show Ron Paul supporters how to fix the monetary system. We can not go on the gold standard again because we no longer have gold. The Money Masters DVD has now been shipped to all US Senators, Congressmen, Supreme Court Justices and Cabinet-level Executive branch officials, including a copy of the Monetary Reform Act (575 copies in all). If you would like to read the Monetary Reform Act, please visit the above site. Let's all follow up on our representatives to make sure they have viewed it, and ask why they have not supported Ron Paul yet.
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The Founding Fathers of Monetary Destruction | Thomas J. DiLorenzo Presented by Thomas DiLorenzo at "Depression, Monetary Destruction, and the Path to Sound Money": the Mises Circle in Greenville, South Carolina, 3 October 2009. Sponsored by Atlantic Bullion and Coin, and Professional Planning of Easley, LLC.
Ron Paul on CNBC Talking Monetary Policy 11-8-07 Ron Paul getting questioned on kicking Bernanke in the teeth. Good stuff.
New World Order Monetary System This is a very interesting and revealing video I got from and was originally posted by I'm sorry about the sudden unexpected ending, the video was obviously cut short. But the info is so real and powerful that it needs to be heard by as many people as possible. Only then can we hope to make the world a better place. -------------------------------------- Lost in all the Obama furor, the world's leading economic powers — the so-called G-20 nations — are quietly laying plans for a November 15th summit in Washington, DC, that may effect a revolution in world finance and global governance, a revolution with potentially much greater long-term impact on America than anything on President-elect Obama's agenda. According to an AP report, "EU leaders are set to call on the Nov. 15 summit to agree immediately on five principles: submit ratings agencies to more surveillance; align accounting standards; close loopholes; set banking codes of conduct to reduce excessive risk-taking; and ask the International Monetary Fund to suggest ways of calming the turmoil." Even discounting the deliberate vagueness of the phrase "closing loopholes," such an agenda obviously contemplates a significant increase in the level of international regulation, presumably to be implemented and enforced by an international regulatory body or bodies. The International Monetary Fund (IMF), created at the Bretton Woods economic summit near the end of World War II, is being touted ...
Congressman Paul Questions Bernanke on Monetary Policy at a Financial Services hearing on bank supervision and monetary policy.
CAUTION: Monetary System Collapse It WILL happen if we don't change course. Tickerguy shows you the numbers, depicted in graphs. Every man, woman and child in America needs to see this video. Come check out the text at market-
GOLD STANDARDS SUCK! Investing & Monetary System With Mike Maloney Gold standards are not the holy grail of monetary systems. They merely open up the possiblity of governments abusing the system and printing more receipts for gold and silver (cash) than they have in physical metal. One of the reasons that we are living through such turmoil is that we allowed governments to cheat gold. A more stable system use gold and silver themselves as money, as the free market has demanded for the last 2000 years. This video is one of a series of responses to questions posted by YouTube users. Please subscribe and stay tuned for more.
Peter Schiff On CNBC 08_27_10 - Monetary vs Fiscal Policy Fix for details
Inflation in Recent Monetary History | Joseph T. Salerno Recorded at the Mises Institute Supporters Summit, 31 October 2008; Auburn, Alabama. Joseph Salerno is a senior fellow at Ludwig von Mises Institute, professor of economics at Pace University, and editor of the 'Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics'.