G Edward Griffin Die Kreatur Von Jekyll Island. 6 likes. Book. Book Description Kopp Verlag Aug , Buch. Condition: Neu. Neuware – ‘Gebt mir die Kontrolle über die Währung einer Nation, dann ist es für mich. Die Kreatur von Jekyll Island – die US-Notenbank Federal Reserve ; das schrecklichste Ungeheuer, das die internationale Hochfinanz je schuf. Aus dem.

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It is unfortunate, but understandable, grifcin young people in the United States are not taught in the government’s schools the history and operation of their country’s most powerful financial institution, The Federal Reserve System.

vln Created incodified by Congress in along with the personal income taxthis “system” facilitated the US government’s ability to inflame the nation’s citizens for the purpose of supporting the European war of World War I. Warfare provides a source of immense borrowing and provides banking corporations with huge profits in the form of interest income. Several of these same Wall Street banks financed Adolph Hitler two decades later.

Readers desiring an insight into the international interests and krsatur political relationships of the bankers who created the Federal Reserve System can click here. The adoption of “central banking”, a concept indispensible to enforcing policies determined by big central government, is as old as Alexander Hamilton and The Federalists.

Central banking has been tried and thwarted in the past. Today it is alive and well. For a brief background of this subject, grjffin this fascinating essay. We dis that informed teachers use doe page to help students gain valuable knowledge as part of their general education.

A masterful audio-visual resource covering the broad aspects of this subject is Money As Debt. From Freedom to Fascism by Jekyll Russo.

Please watch this entire video. Edward Griffin Author of The Creature from Jekyll Island We’ll start way back in history to give some kind of historical perspective to this; we’ll go back to the first century BC and the tiny kingdom of Phrygia.

There was a philosopher by the name of Epictetus and it was Epictetus who said “Appearances are of four kinds: What he did was he took a fairly simple concept but by the time that he was through explaining it, we didn’t have any idea what he was talking about.

All Epictetus said was that appearances can sometimes be deceiving. That’s all he said but by the time he was through explaining the four different ways in which they can be deceiving, we were left back at the switch somewhere.

Nevertheless, I thought, accidentally perhaps, Epictetus had given me a track to grriffin on so-to-speak. Actually it could be the theme since if there’s anything in the world that is deceiving it is the Federal Reserve System.

In fact, it is one of those appearances of the fourth kind which are those appearances which are not and yet appear to be. I’m going to use that as sort of a hook on the topic.

We’ll come back to it from time-to-time and punctuate edqard if I can remember to do that because it tells us something at the most fundamental level about the Federal Reserve System and that is that appearances can be deceiving. When I did my research on this topic I came to the startling krsatur that the Federal Reserve System does not need to be audited, it needs to be abolished.

This is very intriguing to think islahd should audit the Fed but I discovered that probably if they audited the Fed it would get a clean bill because it’s undoubtedly doing exactly what keatur supposed to do according to the law.

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What it is supposed to do according to the law is justification for abolishing it so all we have to do is understand what the Federal Reserve System is supposed to do and we’ll be pretty upset about it. The fact of the matter is that most people haven’t the foggiest idea of what it is in fact supposed to do.

I came to the conclusion that the Federal Reserve needed to be abolished for seven reasons. I’d like to read them to you now just so that you get an idea of where I’m coming from, as they say. I put these into the most concise phrasing that I can to make them somewhat shocking and maybe you’ll remember them:.

I don’t know what you think about those seven points. I know a lot of you folks agree with them right off the bat, but I presume that there are some skeptics here tonight and I hope there are otherwise I am the minister talking to the choir. I know in fact that there are always quite a few skeptics that come to these meetings and frankly you are the folks I’m talking to tonight because once, not too long ago, I was in that same frame of mind. I would’ve thought to myself those are rather extreme statements, I don’t think they can be supported by fact.


Though time doesn’t permit me to cover all of those seven points here tonight, I would like to splash around on the first four topics for a little while and show you that there is in fact quite a bit of reason for a rational person to conclude that those statements are true.

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I think the best eddard to begin is with the formation of the “creature from Jekyll Island”; the creation of the Federal Reserve. It takes me back to the title of the book “The Creature from Jekyll Island” and anybody that’s here thinking that we’re going to show a movie which is a sequel to Jurassic Park, you’re in the wrong place. The title was designed, of course, to attract attention but it does have a great deal of significance to it.

For those of you who have not yet had a chance to delve into this, I should explain to you that Jekyll Island is a real island that’s off the coast of Georgia. It was on that island back in that the Federal Reserve System was created at a highly secret meeting that took place there. What I’d like to do is illustrate to you that the meeting did in fact take place and I’ll show some of the documentation that is available for that to prove that the secrecy was extreme and then we’ll come face-to-face with the question “why the secrecy”?

When things are done in secret quite often jfkyll something to hide and we’ll explore what it was that they wanted to hide. Once we’ve come to an understanding of that, then we’ll finally understand a very important aspect of the Federal Reserve System which is not generally understood.

Click image to watch video Where it began — Jekyll Island, Georgia Back inJekyll Island was completely privately owned by a small group of millionaires from New York. We’re talking about people such as J. Morgan, William Rockefeller and their associates.

This was a social club and it was called “The Jekyll Island Ilsand. There was a magnificent structure there, the clubhouse, which was the center of their social activities.

That clubhouse is still there, by-the-way. The island has since been purchased by the state of Georgia, converted into a state park and the clubhouse has been restored and you can visit kreahur. I think erward be very impressed by it. As you walk through the downstairs corridors you’ll come to a door and on the door there is a brass plaque and it says: Around the clubhouse there were some cottages as they were called which were built by some of the families to quarter themselves.

They’re attractive little things; they were magnificent examples of the architecture of the turn of the century. One of the cottages through which they take tours if you’re interested in doing that, as I recall the guide told us that there jskyll 14 bathrooms in that cottage–not exactly what we would call a cottage. The clubhouse is where the Federal Reserve System was created.

Let’s retell that story in detail and see how it came about. The year wasthat was three years before the Federal Reserve Act was finally passed into law. It was November of that year when Senator Nelson Aldrich sent his eedward railroad car to the railroad station in New Jersey and there it was in readiness for the arrival of himself and six other men who were told to come under conditions of great secrecy.

For example, they were told to arrive one at a time jkyll not to dine with each other on the night of their departure. They were told that grifffin they arrive at the station at the same time they should pretend like they didn’t even kreqtur each other. They were instructed to avoid newspaper reporters at all cost because they were well-known griffkn and had they been seen by a reporter they would’ve asked questions.

Especially if two or three of them had been spotted together, this would’ve raised eyebrows and they would’ve asked a lot of questions. One of the men carried a shotgun in a big black case so that if he had been stopped and asked where he was going he was prepared to say that he was going on a duck hunting trip. The interesting thing about that part of the story is that kreatjr find out later from his biographer that this man never fired a gun in his life, in fact he borrowed that shotgun just to carry with him on this trip as part of the deception.


Once they got on board the private railroad car this pattern continued. They were told to use first names only, not to use their last names at all.

A couple of the men even adopted code-names. The reason for that is so that the servants on board the train would not know who these people were. They were afraid that if the servants would talk about it then the word would leak out and it might get into the islanv. They traveled for two nights and a day on board this car and they arrived after a 1, mile journey to Brunswick, Georgia.

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From there they took a ferry across the inland straits and they ended up on Jekyll Island in the clubhouse where for the next nine days they sat around the table and grivfin out all the important details of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System. When they were done they went back to New York. For quite a few years thereafter these men denied that any such meeting took place. It wasn’t until after the Federal Reserve System was firmly established that they then began to talk openly about their journey and what they accomplished.

Several of them wrote books on the topic, one of them wrote a magazine article and they gave interviews to newspaper reporters so now it’s possible to go into the public record and document quite clearly and in detail what happened there.

Who were these seven men? The first one I have already mentioned, Senator Nelson Aldrich was the Republican whip in the Senate, he was the chairman of the National Monetary Commission which was the special committee of Congress created for the purpose of making a recommendation to Congress for proposed legislation to reform banking.

The public was quite concerned in those days over what was going on in the banking industry; a lot of banks were folding, people were losing their investments in banks, they had broken their promise to guard the depositors rgiffin, there were runs on the bank, banks couldn’t give the people their money back.

In particular they were concerned over the concentration of wealth in the hands of a few large banks in New York on Dis Street. This is what they called the “money trust” in those days. The money trust was a common edwarv. Quite a few politicians had been elected to office on their campaign promise to break the islans of the money trust. President Wilson was one of those politicians that campaigned on that even though Wilson was himself hand-picked by the money trust and financed by the money trust and surrounded by the money trust–all of his advisors and politic cronies.

The public didn’t know that at the time and it was a popular issue. If you campaigned against the money trust you were quite apt to be elected and that was what I call “the people you love to hate” money trust. That was one of the purposes of the National Monetary Commission which was to propose legislation to break the grip of the money trust and Aldrich was chairman of that committee.

He was also the very important business associate of J. He was the father-in-law of John D. You remember his full name was Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller; his middle name being derived from his famous grandfather. He later became a Congressman and he was very important in banking circles. Frank Vanderlip was there. Henry Davison was there, the senior partner of the J. Benjamin Strong was at the meeting; he was the head of J.

Finally, there was Paul Warburg who was probably the most important at the meeting because of his knowledge of banking as it was practiced in Europe. Paul Warburg was born in Germany and eventually became a naturalized American citizen.

Paul Vom was one of the wealthiest men in the world. Daddy Warbucks was the characterization of Paul Warburg and everyone at the time was well aware of that fact. I have his photograph in my book and if you compare the photograph to the cartoon drawing you’ll see the resemblance between Paul WARburg and Daddy WARbucks.