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The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve - Section VI. Time Travel into the Future, Chapters 24-26 Doomsday Mechanisms; A Pessimistic Scenario; A Realistic Scenario Summary & Analysis

G. Edward Griffin
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Section VI. Time Travel into the Future, Chapters 24-26 Doomsday Mechanisms; A Pessimistic Scenario; A Realistic Scenario Summary and Analysis

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According to Chapter 24, the US grew its debt tremendously since 1950. The debt became measured in trillions of dollars and continued to grow with a large portion of tax dollar going into paying only the interest on the debt. The author proposed that this was no accident and actually part of a master plan to bring about world government and currency. Since the US had become a super power and economic giant, a big part of the plan was to destroy the US economy. The author used a document named the Report from Iron Mountain to support the idea of conspiracy. From there he pointed to the need to...

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