The Confession of a Trust Magnate [NOOK Book]

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"In this magnificent country of ours there is a growing unrest. Workers complain of hardships in terms of employment and housing accommodations, poverty is attendant upon many, and the cost of living has be¬come oppressive to a large majority of the inhabitants. Formerly affluent people have been compelled to fore-go their accustomed luxuries and those previously in comfortable circumstances are now forced to practice the most rigid economy to make ends meet. While these conditions exist, it is noticeable that a comparatively few are amassing
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The Confession of a Trust Magnate

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"In this magnificent country of ours there is a growing unrest. Workers complain of hardships in terms of employment and housing accommodations, poverty is attendant upon many, and the cost of living has be¬come oppressive to a large majority of the inhabitants. Formerly affluent people have been compelled to fore-go their accustomed luxuries and those previously in comfortable circumstances are now forced to practice the most rigid economy to make ends meet. While these conditions exist, it is noticeable that a comparatively few are amassing fabulous fortunes and becoming absolute dictators of the big business affairs and the government of our country."

That was written in 1911. It could as easily have been written today -- 2012.

Discover the 100+ year-old Big Business Conspiracy that keeps Most of the American Population ---------- that’s YOU and ME, folks ----------- in Economic Bondage to the Extremely Wealthy (even if you happen to consider yourself to be "Rich", too) as a Result of their Hoarding our National Resources and Manipulating our Monetary System . . .
AND WHAT YOU CAN DO (even as a little guy) TO STOP THIS OPPRESSION!

In 1911, George Allen Yuille broke ranks with his fellow big business moguls and wrote an exposè about money. No. More than an exposè. It was a bearing of his soul and a sincere apology for usurping the power of his fellow citizens through his belief in his Divine Right to control the destiny of others.

The honesty and simplicity by which Mr. Yuille pulls back the curtain to teach us about money and expose the hypocrisy practiced in the manipulation and usurpation of our money is truly unsurpassed. It must have caused quite a stir!

Mr. Yuille’s second book, The Fifty-Fifty Standard: a new industrial system: a plan to secure peace between labor and capital: an appeal to reason, published in 1919, is even harder to come by. I found Only 2 copies. (1) Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, MN, and (2) Harvard University, Harvard College Library, Cambridge, MA.

Had Mr. Yuille’s insights been embraced and his plans heeded, we would now be living in a very different America.

They weren’t.

It is now 2012. We are embroiled in a war of aggression. Lied into this war by our own government in order to usurp another country’s riches. Global warming and contemporary farming practices (including franken-crops whose pollen is poison to the bees) is threatening to wipe out our ability to grow food. The earth’s ozone layer, our protection against the sun’s harmful effects (the sun also has beneficial effects and people should avail themselves of sunshine – without sun-screen) has huge holes in it. Unlimited greed with no guilt is rampant.

Not content to own all four of our major natural resources (Mining, Forestry, Fishery, Farming), the conspiracy is currently trying to gobble up our water!
And, yes ... Most of us – the lucky ones – are still wage-earners, a more socially acceptable term for "SLAVE".

Mr. Yuille’s books, published in 1911 and 1919, are now in Public Domain. That means THEY BELONG TO YOU! Try to see either of them anywhere but here!

The Confession of a Trust Magnate (copyright 1911) is a masterful explanation of how money works by George Allen Yuille, a powerful and wealthy man at the beginning of the 20th century. Hopefully, we (the people of 2012) will heed Mr. Yuille's warnings, learn from our mistakes, embrace his solutions, and create a brighter tomorrow.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014726160
  • Publisher: George Allen Yuille
  • Publication date: 5/31/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 215
  • File size: 902 KB

Meet the Author

George Allen Yuille was a wealthy and powerful man at the beginning of the 20th century. He was afraid that the common people of his day would put him in jail because of his wealth -- and their ignorance. He wrote The Confession of a Trust Magnate to teach them (and us) about money and how money works so we could ALL benefit from it, not just the very wealthy 1%.

We would do well to learn from him and follow his advice.
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