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Bill Still - The Money Masters & The Secret of Oz
August 23, 2012
Bill Still is a former newspaper editor and publisher. He has written for USA Today, The Saturday Evening Post, the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, OMNI magazine, and produced the syndicated radio program, Health News. He has written 22 books and two documentary videos, including: The Money Masters and The Secret of Oz, both of which critique the United States monetary system. In our current economic crisis, what can the government do? Bill says, under the current monetary system, nothing. It’s not going to get better until the root of the problem is understood and addressed. Bill will talk about the imploding Ponzi scheme that will be felt by all nations. We’ll discuss currency, gold backing and the lender/borrower relationship. In the second hour, Bill talks about the relationship between the news and bankers. He’ll also discuss reforming the monetary system, full reserve lending and debt free money.


Relevant links
Full-reserve banking
Fractional reserve banking
Executive Order 11110
Credit union
JAK Members Bank
BIS: How The Rothschilds Control & Rule the World
Vatican Calls for “Central World Bank”
Glass–Steagall Act
Who got the Bailout Money? Trillions Down the Drain
Tungsten-Filled 1 Kilo Gold Bar Found In The UK
Central Bank of Sweden - First Central Bank in the World

Motörhead - Terminal Show

Books & DVDs
The Secret of Oz
No More National Debt
The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve
The Capitalist Conspiracy
The Trillion-Dollar Conspiracy: How the New World Order, Man-Made Diseases, and Zombie Banks Are Destroying America

Comments (12)

While we fight over information, who did it and why, world goes on.

Bitcoin has been around for some time and provides interesting alternative,


I actually amazed that those alternatives are not even mentioned.
#12 - Rok - 04/09/2012 - 14:08
sheep vortex
Well isn't this interview a humdinger. We all know something is 'a-rye' in today's world: but the rye itself? The very rye we get drunk off is there to keep us dull, drunk and too tired/stressed to think because we have to work 24/7 to make enough rye to simpley survive, which makes us drink even more rye, only to become yet even more dull and incomprehensible, so further we can't fugure out what's going on, so we grab another bottle of rye... oh shit, it's now morning and I'm still drunk - I just lost my job. So now I'm homeless drinking rye and dreaming about rye, hoping someone will give me a job so I can make some rye, or else I'm going to die... and on and on the list goes, (as Henrik says at 18:50 of hour 2)

I need a drink.
#11 - Ian - 29/08/2012 - 03:50
It is my humble opinion that the major issue with the money system presently is the amount of people who would like to gain without any effort. The stock exchange is just one giant fantasy world of fake money growing on more fake money.
People who take their money out of circulation and 'invest' it into IRAs and such because they have been scared into fearing their own ability to provide for themselves and their families or allow them to finally rest is what is perpetuating the problem. If people just changed their perspective about what LIVING is, then they could enjoy their current life instead of investing in some magical future that will allow all of their problems to dissolve. More money will not solve anything if one's perception of reality is skewed.
#10 - ChaosandOrder - 28/08/2012 - 19:25
Kennedy dollars
Mr. Still is deluded. A small initial printing of Treasury dollars was initiated by Kennedy using executive privilege. If you have held one in your hand and examined it closely (as I have) you will know it's not a myth. Instead of "Federal Reserve Note" at the top it says "United States Note" and the seal is red instead of the usual green. The back is the same. They went into circulation with no interest due.
#9 - John - 28/08/2012 - 17:33
Bill has done some good work, I think attempting to draw a distinction between the state and central banks/ international bankers is an error though.
#8 - asoluas - 26/08/2012 - 15:09
Thank you Red Ice for a really interesting interview. I'm personally fascinated by money and how the system currently works and Bill is a credible and articulate witness to much of this rich and complex topic. And my thanks to the other comment-ees this week for your politeness. It's refreshing when this happens.
Best wishes.
#7 - shane - 26/08/2012 - 11:35
i think the who that controls the quantity of money is the state. As the gentlemen before me pointed out, the state can and is corrupted. However, I would rather have the state be the actual issuers of the currency then the international bankers that we have the privilege of paying for their service.
I think that eliminating this unnecessary medium is the first step in a right direction
#6 - Tom - 26/08/2012 - 09:38
Interesting interview. Lets hope the silver bars are not being debased also.

Mainly would like to express my gratitude for the changes you have made to the website. The format is excellent!!! Much easier to navigate as well. Good job! Look forward to hearing whats next.

Thank you to the entire team

#5 - Ivan Klee - 25/08/2012 - 09:06
Bill Still
Another GREAT show.
Thanx for all your hard work.
#4 - Neil - 25/08/2012 - 06:28
Bill Still!!
I was thrilled to hear the other day that Henrik was to interview Bill and was even more thrilled to listen to the interview. Bill's film The Money Masters, was the work that connected loose ends for me and I was so impressed that I had my father watch it. After watching the film, my dad told me that he would never look at a dollar bill the same way again. Thanks for the great interview Red Ice. The monetary issue really is the number one issue that needs to be addressed. Give me control of a nations money supply and I care not who makes the rules.
#3 - Tom - 25/08/2012 - 05:04
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