It´s Our Money with Ellen Brown “It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown” provides a unique view behind the curtain of global finance and the monetary system by one of the top experts in the field.

September 27, 2018  

So what are you going to do about it?  Well, you could join with a growing number of your neighbors in supporting creation of regional and state-owned public banks. Nothing stands in the path of all-consuming usury like the presence of a publicly-owned alternative that doesn’t extract the life-blood of an economy. We discuss developments in CA and Los Angeles and get an update on Oakland’s process with a former US Treasury Policy Chief, Paul Pryde. Commentator Bob Bows offers his next book installment on how we can turn money into a public utility, and economist and author Mark Anielski discusses his new book “An Economy of Well-Being: Common-sense tools for building wealth and happiness.” 

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September 13, 2018  

From the largest public bank in North America (it’s not in North Dakota!) to the growing concern that the world’s central banks are poised to control global markets, to the long-range macro-agenda of core global financialists, this week’s program dives into banking’s various vestures and vicissitudes!  The Alberta Treasury Branch in Edmonton, Alberta has been operating a full-service public bank for 80 years now, it’s many times larger than the Bank of North Dakota; economist Mark Anielski describes its beginnings and the promising power of its future. Ellen discusses a recently revealed concern that world’s central banks are taking major positions within stock markets, threatening both market balance and economic dominance, while commentator Bob Bows continues his series looking behind the curtain of global control by the monetary powers.    

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