“The Fed’s sole purpose: keeping the banks afloat” – G. Edward Griffin

This makes it 2 in a row for G Edward Griffin, author of one of our favourite books. Following on from the previous video of an interview with  him, this one is part of his presentation at the recent Casey Research Summit…

Is the Federal Reserve really doing such a bad job… or does it actually do exactly what it’s supposed to do, but the average American is in the dark about what that is?

In this explosive video, Casey Summit speaker G. Edward Griffin, author of The Creature from Jekyll Island, talks about the Fed’s real role in the US economy and why – contrary to common belief – it is not this banking cartel’s mission to act in the best interest of the American public.

Hear the full details of what G. Edward Griffin believes is the true endgame for the United States and the Western world – plus, listen to 27 other experts and find out how to invest, survive, and thrive in an economy weighed down by government meddling, cronyism, and financial fraud. Click here for more.

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