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Rajiv
11-10-07, 07:44 PM
Interview with Ellen Hodgson Brown - author of "The Web of Debt (http://www.webofdebt.com/)"


Reviews

Ellen Brown has applied her training as a litigating attorney, researcher and writer to the monetary field, unearthing facts that even the majority of banking and financial experts ignore: ranging from the privatization of money creation, to the Plunge Protection Team, to the Federal Reserve's "Helicopter Money." Read it; you'll get information you need in order to understand what is going on in our financial markets today.
– Bernard Lietaer, former European central banker who helped design the Euro, author of The Future of Money and Of Human Wealth

Literacy on the topic of money is at an all-time low. This book is tremendously important not only in its presentation, but by drawing attention to an age-old topic that should have a major presence in the public mind.
– Benjamin Gisin, senior loan officer for a top ten bank, author of Ranchers Guide to Credit, publisher of Touch the Soil magazine

The monetary system is very complicated and the result of decades of political and economic machinations, but Ellen Brown has the unique ability to put the most esoteric of subjects in plain and readable language.
– Gene Harter, attorney, banker and author, Los Angeles

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LargoWinch
08-27-09, 10:11 PM
Here is Ms. Brown on Aug. 20, 2009 discussing a possible solution to the states budget crisis.

I have to admit, that I am quite doubtful about such a solution.



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metalman
08-28-09, 12:14 AM
wow. just wow.

Rajiv
08-28-09, 12:49 AM
Here is Ms. Brown on Aug. 20, 2009 discussing a possible solution to the states budget crisis.

I have to admit, that I am quite doubtful about such a solution.



See My posts here (http://www.itulip.com/forums/showthread.php?p=109408)and here (http://www.itulip.com/forums/showthread.php?p=110628)

ThePythonicCow
08-28-09, 01:13 AM
I have to admit, that I am quite doubtful about such a solution. The one state that E.H.Brown called out as having its own bank, North Dakota, repeatedly shows up as the state in the least economic difficulty.

cjppjc
08-28-09, 10:27 AM
The one state that E.H.Brown called out as having its own bank, North Dakota, repeatedly shows up as the state in the least economic difficulty.


Thanks to Rajiv I have learned much about the B of ND. While I'm no expert, IMO that bank unlike a state bank that would be in Cali is less subject to political influence. Many more political favors, and backs to scratch in other states. Maybe the B of ND has done so well because they engage in good lending practices, and they run their state finances well. I'm not sure that can be said of some of the bigger states.

I would be interested to hear opinions on why people think the B of ND has been a success.