The Money Masters

The Money Masters


I am currently in my third viewing of The Money Masters — an enlightening film that has certainly opened my eyes to the history of Central Banks and their manipulation of currencies and societies, dating all the way back to the Money Changers of the Roman Empire. Up to this point, I’ve been pretty skeptical, although sympathetic to the End The Fed movement, because so many of those involved tend to be Ron Paul zealots, rabid anti-Semites, 9/11 Truthers, police and military haters, and anarchists — or some combination thereof.

Not all, but certainly enough to disgust a significant amount of decent, clear-thinking Americans like me who 1.) Are NOT anti-Semitic bigots, 2.) Understand the realities and dangers of Sharia Law and Global Jihad, and 3.) Recognize the need for and respect the criminal justice system and our US military, while acknowledging that oversight is absolutely critical to weed out corruption. Particularly in light of his despicable tweet regarding the tragic shooting of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, it pains me to agree with Ron Paul on anything. The old adage about broken clocks applies here, I suppose.

It’s sad that Ron Paul and his rabid followers fail to recognize the disservice their nuttiness does to their monetary cause because it is a noble one, as this film demonstrates. Although over three hours, I highly recommend taking the time to watch as it not only exposes the fraud of The Federal Reserve, it provides rich, documented historical context to support its hypothesis. The Money Masters also offers the viewer a crucial understanding of where we are today, and the historical players involved in both sides of the issue – the international bankers and those leaders who opposed them, including Julius Caesar, Andrew Jackson and Abe Lincoln.

Take the time to watch and share.


2 thoughts on “The Money Masters

  1. Daria – first time visitor, followed the breadcrumbs from Bob Belvedere’s post in S.E. Cupp, and The Other McCain. Enjoyed your post on the Hospitallers.

    If the Fed is audited, then what?

    • Hi Dave,

      Thanks for stopping by! After watching this film, I think the Fed should be disbanded altogether. I don’t have all the answers and this is new territory for me, but I agree with former US Presidents Andrew Jackson and Abe Lincoln, both of whom are featured here, along with Madison and Jefferson.

      Have a great day. 🙂

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