Dr. Tim Canova on “It’s Our Money”

tim canova“No flow, no go.” That may be the simplest way to describe the critical role of central banks to the flow of credit and money into any monetary system. It was the lack of access to cash and bank liquidity that humbled Greece, Detroit and others. Ellen speaks with Dr. Timothy Canova, one of the foremost experts on our central bank, the Federal Reserve, about why their operation of our cash spigot determines who wins and who loses.

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4 Responses

  1. Everybody in the US (& abroad) with a dollar+ in the bank should be subscribed to this blog & podcasts.

    Ignorance is bliss. Apparently.

  2. “Whosoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce. And when you realise that the entire system is controlled, one way or another, by a few men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of Inflation and Depression originate”
    President James Garfield 1881.(Assassinated 9 months later).

    The FED, and the few men behind it, own, and run the USA. The President and The Congress is there to make it look like the USA is “Free and Democratic”. It’s the same in all countries.
    And the people who run the International Bank of Settlements in Switzerland are really really important as well.

  3. Reblogged this on THE ONENESS of HUMANITY and commented:
    Excellent discussion on reforming the Federal Reserve and monetary policies in America. Ellen Brown’s most informative radio program to date.

  4. […] Source: WEB OF DEBT BLOG “No flow, no go.” That may be the simplest way to describe the critical role of central banks to the flow of credit and money into any monetary system. It was the lack of access to cash and bank liquidity that humbled Greece, Detroit and others. Ellen speaks with Dr.Read more… […]

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