Welcome to Red Pill University, a gathering place for truth seekers who want to make this a better world.

The Creature From Jekyll Island – Legalized Plunder Called Banking

Sep 4, 2020
()

In this vintage video, G. Edward Griffin, author of The Creature from Jekyll Island, takes a hard look at the Federal Reserve System, explaining what it does, how it works, and why it’s important for citizens of all countries to understand it. In short, it’s because the Fed (and the central-banking system it represents) is the greatest mechanism of legalized plunder the world has ever seen. The exact date of this amateur recording is unknown, but it was made at one of Mr. Griffin’s presentations during his book tour following publication in July 1994. – Source: Red Pill University

RETURN TO HOME PAGE 

You can view this video from several sources. Cached versions are adjusted for optimum quality, if needed, and they provide access if original sources fail.

  • Save
  • Save
  • Save

How useful was this post?

Click on a star to rate it!

Average rating / 5. Vote count:

No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.

6 Comments

  1. Mdluhr

    Great video. So many of our problems can be solved by ending the Fed.

  2. MarshallPeterson

    Intriguing articles seem to be right on my suspicions.

  3. Miranda

    This fascinating lecture is even more relevant today.

  4. Ron Corbyn

    Thanks, Mr. Griffin. We needed that speech to pass around because some people like me can’t easily buy your Jekyll Island or Mullins’ “Secrets of the Federal Reserve” books anymore.

  5. JOYCE

    rumor has it ….the reason JFK was killed….he wanted to demolish it

  6. Ben

    Yea I don’t think I have thanked you yet Sir. Griffin. Thank you! for trying to warn us about what you could see happening. Its not too late to try to change things for the better, as long as good people can unify anything will be possible and the deep state & their allies fear this possibility the most.

Submit a Comment

Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap