Ron Paul, Tom Woods, Jim Rogers and Judge Napolitano expose the Federal Reserve as a “Den of Vipers” in the latest episode of Freedom Watch.
00:23 a rothschild quote
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Unfortunately Ron Paul is too old for the average voter to actually vote for him. Also he is associated with the Republican party which is still stinking of economic failure during the Bush era. If he was 5-10 years younger he would be much more likely to get voted in.
were comin for you greedy lieing bankers live it up becuase your days of theft and lies are soon to be gone.
The collapse is coming, no matter what.
I think what’s going to happen is key players in our government, the military industrial complex, and economic sector are going to set up a series of events that will bottleneck the masses of uninformed people into a position of violence. Add a daily dose of fear inducing media, and we have a recipe for disaster.
“They” are going to give “us” the gun, and wait for “us” to pull the trigger, and once we do, they can then do W-H-A-T-E-V-E-R “they” want.
ludwig van meises anyone?
Listen to the judge!
Can I ask someone who knows to compare and contrast the pros and cons of a Gold-Backed currency like Ron Paul is suggesting, and a Gov’t issued and controlled FIAT currency like what Abraham Lincoln implemented? Both essentially would abolish the Federal Reserve but I’m not sure which would be better.
I’m far, far from an expert here. But at that time, the federal government under Lincoln may have had gold reserves with which to back the greenbacks. That aside, I recently watched a video that supported government currency even without metal backing. Its position was that government-issued fiat currency was legitimate and spent like any other currency, but since it wasn’t issued by (borrowed from) a central bank, it carried no debt. That, by default, made it better for the people and the economy. This video also brought up the backing of currency by other metals such as silver, copper, and bronze, and actually went so far as to say that gold-backed money wasn’t as good for the people as money backed by “lesser” metals.
Dr. Woods is one of the most impressive untrained speakers I’ve yet encountered, particularly among academics. His energy and enthusiasm is magnified by his encyclopedic knowledge of history and economics. Imagine this dynamic speaker on the campaign trail.
We are in a social and scientific economic revolution people! Wake up! Utopia is coming if we make the proper, rational choices today. Or, Dystopia if we screw around and let the “geocentric” economists run the world markets!
Wow people are so slow what the hell how can you defend the fed we weren’t better with them are you kidding me read history ever major depression was caused by them so they could then say hey we can help give us complete control god your puppets people defending what you don’t even know modern money mechanics the Feds very own book which admits to there flaws
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Olmscheidr oh and you do god your an idiot your why America will fall or whatever shot country you come from that produces idiots please go life in the woods and bless us with the absence of your peanut brain.
ha Dear Ron Paul, you don’t understand economics that well. Probably why u got your B.S. in biology instead..
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yeah I agree, controlled opposition maybe?
There is a lot of good information in this video. Ron Paul 2012!
Mike breaks down a 60 minute interview will Ben Bernanke word for word exposing the lies and deception of banking.
Mike also breaks down Ron Paul’s reply to that 60 minute interview with Ben Bernanke word for word also.
And finally mike exposes Dennis Kucinich’s Plagiarisation of MPE and the world mandate in Dennis’s latest reform bill.
Mike Montagne 1/18 (MPE) 60 minutes Lie of Economy 01.01.11
1/18 to 18/18
i have to question why zionist owned Fox network would allow the judge to spew off about the fed which is a zionist owned counterfeit cartel….?
makes me ponder why Fox is brainwashing the sheeple with some semblance of truth (at least in regards to the fed)?