Central to understanding unadulterated human history, and how we got to this state of backwardness we live in today, is becoming aware of the struggle between the common people and the international bankers.
In fact, former U.S. president Thomas Jefferson believed “that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies.”
Yet in spite of this fact, the importance of this history is suspiciously absent from the school curriculum.
This epic cartoon uses humor and story telling to summarize the historical genesis of how the international bankers used the tool of “money” — something that has a collective imaginary value — to control everything that does have REAL value; like food, water, property, and above all else, people’s lives.
Although this is certainly not a detailed academic history — it’s less than 30 minutes long — it is an entertaining way to help adults and children become aware of the deception of private central banking.
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