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eBOOK: The Creature from Jekyll Island – A Second Look at the Federal Reserve

“The Creature from Jekyll Island – A Second Look at the Federal Reserve,” by G. Edward Griffin (1994)

Has it ever occurred to you that the federal government has no need of taxes for revenue? 

Are you aware that banks prefer lending to governments because governments seldom repay loans? 

Do you realize that if all debts, both public and private, were paid, there would be no money at all in circulation?

The Creature from Jekyll Island, G. Edward Griffin

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These are only a few of the startling facts that fill the pages of this illuminating expose of the Insider scam called The Federal Reserve System (Fed).

Although author G. Edward Griffin admits to having wondered if another book on the Federal Reserve is necessary (his six pages of bibliography suggest that the subject may have previously attracted attention), it is unlikely that any book has ranged across 2,000 years of money and banking from Diocletian to the Rothschilds to Alan Greenspan – and tied it into the new world order – as thoroughly as The Creature From Jekyll Island.
Griffin cuts through the obscurities about the Fed that are intentionally meant to mystify and disarm its victims (all of us). Convinced that the subject of money and banking is too arcane and complicated to understand, we victims are trapped in a world view that utterly fails to jibe with reality. The money manipulators, says Griffin, are exploiting our ignorance for the advancement of their own appalling plans; the urgency of awakening us to our danger has driven Griffin to write this extraordinary book.

Although Griffin has never held an academic position, he is a top-notch teacher. Making this little-understood subject simple by splendid organization, his account is divided into six sections with varying numbers of chapters; each section and chapter is introduced by a concise paragraph while each chapter is also summarized.Thus the reader is kept in touch with where he has been and where he is going, an ingenious and helpful device considering the enormous scope of Griffin’s narrative.

Thus the reader is kept in touch with where he has been and where he is going, an ingenious and helpful device considering the enormous scope of Griffin’s narrative. His explanations and definitions are meticulously worded; one can sense the care with which each word was chosen, leaving no room for confusion.

His explanations and definitions are meticulously worded; one can sense the care with which each word was chosen, leaving no room for confusion.Griffin continually draws documentation from primary sources, quoting letters, speeches, and published works that both enlighten and horrify. His own writing is difficult to quote; it is so trenchant that nearly every sentence entices. Yet at the same time Griffin has mastered the art of speaking personally to the reader, who never loses the feeling of being directly addressed.

Griffin continually draws documentation from primary sources, quoting letters, speeches, and published works that both enlighten and horrify. His own writing is difficult to quote; it is so trenchant that nearly every sentence entices. Yet at the same time Griffin has mastered the art of speaking personally to the reader, who never loses the feeling of being directly addressed.

All this adds up to a superbly clear, engrossing book that, once started, is impossible to put down.

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