Century of Enslavement (video)

07/11/20148 Comments

What is the Federal Reserve system? How did it come into existence? Is it part of the federal government? How does it create money? Why is the public kept in the dark about these important matters? In this feature-length documentary film, The Corbett Report explores these important question and pulls back the curtain on America’s central bank.



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  1. Dr. Kropotkin says:

    Congratulations to James on an excellent documentary. The incomprehensible nature of our money systems is laid bare as the scam it is. The so called regulator is exposed as a banker’s cartel and its phoney history shown to be a pack of lies. Everyone needs to know the facts of the Federal Reserve, but so few do. This film will be a great aid in educating those who need the truth, which is everybody. Our politicians, media and schools refuse to discus this issue, so it falls to us to spread the word. It mostly falls to James of course, but we can do our part by sharing this with anyone we think will listen.

  2. icon2relix says:

    This could very well be one of the most significant documentaries of our time. The dialogue is critical for establishing relevance and legitimacy to a clean energy, resource-based global economy based upon the principles of Natural Law, free from the malignant narcissism of our current economic paradigm. We have come far in our awareness, knowledge and understanding of the intracacies of the problem, and here is the shift in dialogue to what now needs to be done. The answers are there, right in front of our face, and we can now see them – yet, it takes an act of will to stand, step forward, and embrace them. It is not only our choice, but our duty, to create a world where humanity thrives together as individuals, as a global society, and as a species. It is our choice that universal rights shall not be interfered with, but we must declare it to be so – then act by putting your money where your mouth is. The solution herein begins with the change in the dialogue, followed by the change in your pocket.

    – Stephen Amsden, South Berkshire Research Institute

  3. Andre says:

    Hello James, here are the Portuguese subtitles for this excellent documentary!

  4. cstrouss1 says:

    This video has now surpassed the 2 million view mark on Youtube. Congratulations, James!

  5. Antonio says:

    Contrary to Mr. Minneapolis Fed spokesman, there is only one cause of inflation – an increase in the money supply. This can happen by increasing the actual stock of monetary commodity (gold and/or silver) in circulation, or by increasing the amount of currency (notes or paper money) in circulation.

    In the former, the effect is usually limited in scope and duration. In the latter, the scope and duration are subject only to the whims of the managers of the stock of money substitutes in the system.

    The Fed is the source of all of the evil we see all around us today. Through its ability to create money for the government to finance all of its programs, the Fed enables to government to hire enforcers and buy their weapons. These enforcers and weapons have one, and only one, purpose, which is to enslave the entire population of the United States, save for themselves and their favored associates.

    End the Fed!

  6. Antonio says:

    Well, I was all in, until I saw Ellen Brown toward the end.

    James, tell me you don’t support this woman and her ideas. Tell me this was just one of many ideas being floated regarding with what to replace the Federal Reserve System.

    Ellen Brown’s idea is to have greenbacks at the state level instead of the Federal level. Anyone interested in a takedown of her ideas is invited to go to Gary North’s website, in the public section, and simply type “Ellen Brown” into the search bar.

    These same ideas were the solution envisioned by the people who put out the otherwise good video entitled, “The Money Masters”, some years ago.

    The solution is not to create a different kind of central bank, or to let government, at any level, decide what money is, and how much of it there should be. The Austrians have it right – free banking, full redeemability of bank notes in commodity money, no fractional reserve banking (i.e., 100% reserve requirement, unless stipulated in the deposit contract) and, most importantly, no government interference designed to skirt the enforcement of contracts.

    Just as we don’t need government-manged trade, we surely don’t need government-managed money.

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