Crisis By Designby John Truman Wolfe
There's been a coup d'état. It was not a mob of AK-47 wielding militia overthrowing a dictator in a third-world country. This one was different. On April 2, 2009 at a meeting of the G-20 in London, the fiscal autonomy of the United States (and other nations) was quietly turned over to a little known bank with a troubling Nazi past. The story of this coup sounds like something out a Ludlum novel, but this is real and John Truman Wolfe has documented one of the most enormous power grabs in history, the establishment of what international bankers call a GMA, a Global Monetary Authority. How it was done, who did it, and why, is the subject of Crisis by Design, a no-holds-barred expose of a takeover of the planet's central banks. Wolfe not only exposes the dark side of this operation, he tells you how you can protect yourself as well as what public policy actions need to occur to take back control of our national economic life. Wolfe does not spew economic psychobabble. Instead, he writes in a smooth and easy-to-understand style. And the message in clear-an international financial coup has occurred. We must protect ourselves as well as our national sovereignty.
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Not only is Crisis by Design quite an interesting perspective of our economic reality, but John Truman Wolfe writes really well, and the book is actually fun to read! A book on economics that is fun - imagine that! The claim made by Wolfe in his book, Crisis by Design is that the financial crisis of 2008 was planned well in advance, and ended in a financial coup d'état. Strong stuff. According to Wolfe, the whole thing was a strategy long planned by world financial leaders, many of the Goldman Sachs variety, to devalue the US dollar and give themselves the power and authority to call the shots around the world. In this collection of articles written over a short period of time in 2009, Wolfe clearly documents the organizations, the people and the events that led up to the crisis. He also makes clear that one product of the 2008 crisis is the Financial Stability Board (FSB), an organization which, according to Wolfe, has a lot of rule that's not by the people. He also gives us some definite ideas on how to protect ourselves. Quite a read- I heartily recommend it.