A Historical Perspective on the Current Financial Meltdown
Daniel Taylor - Nov. 18, 2008
In light of the current global financial meltdown, an examination of recent history in the United States may help us to get a better handle on our present day economic issues.
The United States was successfully seized by international bankers with the passing of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913. Then, with the crash of 1929, further control was gained and great profits were reaped by its engineers. Now, these same interests have their sights set on the globe in an unprecedented power grab. Daily calls for a “New World financial Order” and global governance are now a common occurrence. Discussion of dropping the dollar as the world reserve currency and the creation of a world currency is now taking place.