Finance & Economic Deceptions

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Billions for the Bankers, Debts for the People.  £2.00  Sheldon Emry, America’s Promise Ministries, 38 pp.

Christians are called to be faithful stewards of those things entrusted to us by the Lord. This must include financial income. Mr. Emry shows how bankers fleece everyone for their own gain. A faithful steward would surely be wise to understand what’s going on.

 

Fourth Reich of the Rich.  £10.95  Des Griffin, Emissary Publications, 2006, 311pp.

Mr. Griffin has certainly done his homework. Anyone who doubts that there is a high level international conspiracy to establish a World Government will find themselves seriously challenged by this book. The chapter on the Protocols of Zion is alarming in the extreme. Possibly the most explosive exposure of the New World Order available from us. This book is not recommended for those without a strong saving faith in the Lord Jesus. All copies signed.

 

 

The Creature From Jekyll Island.  £19.75  G. Edward Griffin, American Media, 2002, 608pp.

“Where does money come from? Where does it go? Who makes it? The money magicians’ secrets are unveiled . Here is a close look at their mirrors and smoke machines, the pulleys, cogs and wheels that create the grand illusion called money. This book is about the most blatant scam of history. It’s all here: the cause of wars, boom-bust cycles, inflation, depression, prosperity. This may be the most important book on world affairs you will ever read.”

 

The Money Power. Empire of the City.  E. C. Knuth,  Pawns in the Game. William Guy Carr. (2 books in one) £13.00  Progressive Press, 2012, 295 pp., paperback.

                                                                                                     

"The Money power contains two classic books on geopolitics, presenting the thesis that the wars and revolutions of modern times were not mere accidents of history, but were engineered by financiers to hold the world in their grip. They are the power behind the British throne and the American government. Behind a mask of liberal democracy, their method is subversion, destruction of the old world order, and the humiliation of all rival power centers." (sic)

 

Money. £5.50  Roy Livesey, Bury House Christian Books, 2005, 36 pp., A4 paperback.

Subtitled, “The Importance of  Nations’ Control of Their Own Money Supplies. Little Known Facts about Control by Central Banks. Practical Matters to Understand the World’s Troubles.” Well written and very readable. Satan is very active in financial matters.

 

Tragedy and Hope 101. £12.50  Joseph Plummer, Brushfire Publishing, 2014, 215 pp., paperback.

"Based on the ground-breaking research of respected historian Carroll Quigley. Tragedy and Hope 101 reveals an unimaginably devious political system, skilfully manipulated by a handful of elite, which is undermining freedom and democtacy as we know it. The goal of those who control the system, in Quigley's own words, is to dominate all habitable portions of the world. Using deception, theft and violence, they have achieved mor toward this goal than any rulers in human history." 

 

Gold for Survival.  £10.00  Anthony C. Sutton, CPA Book Publishers, 1996, 190pp., paper. (Cover not as shown).

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Professor Sutton was an excellent researcher who wrote numerous works exposing economic and political conspiracies. In this book he shows the worthlessness of paper fiat money and encourages a return to gold holding. Whether we agree with his conclusions or not, Christians might find his view of paper money worthy of consideration.

 

The Federal Reserve Conspiracy.  £7.00  Anthony C. Sutton, CPA Book Publishers, 1995, 115pp., paperback.

“This is the first book that details hour by hour the events that led up to the passage of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 – and the many decades of work and secret planning that private bankers had invested to obtain their money monopoly.”

 

Promise to Pay.  £6.25  R. McNair Wilson, Britons Pub. Co., 1964, 102pp., paper. (Cover not as shown).

 

Promise to Pay is the simplest book ever written on the money problem. It explains in easy terms the mysteries of High Finance, The Credit Cycle, the Balance of Trade, Foreign Exchange, International Finance and the Gold Standard….[It] has astonished and confounded some of the greatest Bankers and Economists by calling the bluff of those who claim that the intricacies of finance can only be understood by the expert.