Corrigan on central banking

Sean Corrigan digs up an anti-trust speech by Congressman Charles Lindbergh Senior, father of the famous aviator, who fires a broadside against the founders of the Federal Reserve and modern Fractional Reserve Free Banking.

He also digs deeply into the staggering funny money that has been created to “boost our economy.” We’re certainly seeing a superficial boost in all the liquid indices around the world, as we have pointed out on this site on a number of occasions, but for how long? Readers of this site would hopefully see through this illusion as Corrigan does.

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