The Creature from Jekyll Island (free download) and other thoughts about the banking families

I often get asked if I know how to find the identities of the owners of the private central banks. This is actually a tough question to answer as there has been a concerted effort by these same families over the past 100 years to buy up the media and publishing firms and silence dissent. Anyone who does stumble upon the right path is often met with overwhelming disinformation.

Most people have no interest in the subject, because they have no idea how they have been lied to their whole lives. The trillions of dollars that are printed yearly are used by these people to create the false realities that most don’t even question. If you are reading this you obviously are the rare exception. The fields of Economics and Finance have been purposely made too complex and opaque for most people to understand. The reason is simple; how can people confront their adversary if they do not even know where to begin?

If you want to investigate further I would recommend researching anything that was published before WWII. From time to time I come across cartoons and newspaper articles that criticized the Rothchilds, Rockefellers, Schiffs, Warburgs, Wilson, etc. etc., but these were printed in the 1920’s. It is extremely difficult to find anything published in the past 40 or so years that provides a comprehensive and unbiased analysis of the Federal Reserve and its true owners, and by extension, the other central banks.

Like like the JFK assassination and 9/11, we can discuss this topic for another 100 years, but at the end of the day we know who is the “big boss.” He is the all-seeing eye. The bankers celebrate him by placing him on the back of the global reserve currency.

Most alternative media sites have been co-opted and provide the needed disinformation to bewilder anyone who cares to look. The bankers’ tracks always remain covered. Here is an example of an article from the supposed non-partisan The Daily Beast

With this said, I always recommend reading The Creature from Jekyll Island, by G. Edward Griffin. I was able to get a PDF file copy from archive.org for you to download. Click here to retrieve the book.

The Creature from Jekyll Island will provide you with enough information to get pointed in the right direction. Happy reading!

Regards,
Chris