Tag: money

Interview 1072 – Jem Bendell on Money and Society

08/10/201521 Comments

What is the nature of money? Did it really evolve out of barter, and, if not, why is that myth so prevalent? What theories of money have been proposed in the past and how do they hold up? What monetary alternatives are on the table and how can they be improved? These are the types of questions that will be explored in a new Massive Open Online Course on “Money and Society” being offered by the Institute for Leadership and Sustainability. Today James talks to course co-creator Dr. Jem Bendell about the course, what topics it will cover, and how people can register to take the course (starting August 23, 2015) for free.

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Why Are You Against Globalism? – Questions For Corbett #023

06/30/201526 Comments

James takes some time out of packing for his summer vacation to answer your queries in this month’s edition of Questions For Corbett. This month he tackles: the CIA and the Iranian nuclear program; the problems of the debt-money paradigm; globalism as an ideology; the predictive programming problem, and much more.

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Interview 916 – Financial Survival: Money, Power and Revolution

07/13/20145 Comments

James Corbett appears on Financial Survival with Alfred Adask to discuss his new documentary, Century of Enslavement: The History of the Federal Reserve. We talk about the way the monetary system determines how we live our lives, the fact that monetary reform is a touchstone of revolution, and how the power of the Federal Reserve is wielded.

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Interview 914 – Why End The Fed? James Corbett on The Janssen Report

07/12/20140 Comments

Today James appears on the Janssen Report to discuss the Federal Reserve. Why it is so important to understand central banking and the Federal Reserve in particular? How can the average person work to bring about change? Find out more in this highly focused interview.

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Century of Enslavement (video)

07/11/20148 Comments

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Interview 911 – Power Hour: The Federal Reserve is About Power

07/08/20140 Comments

On this edition of James’ regular appearance on The Power Hour, James and Joyce discuss Fukushima, European banks, and James’ new documentary film, “Century of Enslavement: The History of the Federal Reserve.” They discuss the need for another Federal Reserve documentary and what the Federal Reserve system is really about.

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Episode 292 – Century of Enslavement: The History of the Federal Reserve

07/07/20144 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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Century of Enslavement: The History of The Federal Reserve

07/06/201430 Comments

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Interview 908 – James Corbett on the Fed, Global Conspiracy and Assassinations

06/28/20140 Comments

James Corbett joins Alfred Adask and Melody Cedarstrom on Financial Survival to discuss economics, geopolitics and conspiracy. This week we discuss the German movement to End the Fed, the shifting relations in global geopolitics, and how political assassinations are used as a tool to silence political dissent from the globalist agenda.

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Interview 897 – Matthew Slater Explores the Meaning of Money

06/04/20140 Comments

Matthew Slater is a currency engineer who designs software for community currency accounting. Working for free and living on hospitality, Slater has spent years exploring the history and function of complementary currencies, time banks, mutual credit and other systems, and the meaning of “money” itself. Today we engage in a wide-ranging conversation exploring mutual credit systems, cryptocurrencies, credit money vs. commodity money, and the communities at the root of the monetary system.

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