Ellen Brown – Countries Resist an IMF Takeover

by on December 28, 2009      

in Finance & Economics, History & World Events, Law, Government, & Military

Ellen Brown, author of Web of Debt

Ellen Brown

Web of Debt author Ellen Brown recently wrote an article titled EU, IMF Revolt: Greece, Iceland, Latvia May Lead the Way. After reading it, I was so inspired that I had to have her back on the show to discuss it in more detail. Ellen Brown discusses how countries can take back their power to create money and avoid selling out to the IMF. Join us for this timely and important 1-hour discussion.

Countries are being pressured and threatened to play ball “or else”. We talk about what it means when a country can’t pay their debts, highlighting remedies that are within their grasp right now.

Ellen Brown was one of the first people in the USA with a smart, legal way to turn the economy around quickly and effectively. She proposes the inception of state- and county-chartered banks like the Bank of North Dakota, one of very few banks in the United States that is prospering. We should study this bank very carefully.

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1 tsmith September 25, 2010 at 1:45 pm

Great info! thanks. I’m only halfway thru but I’d like to ask anyone who knows which countries do not deal with the IMF? How does one find out the answer?

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2 Richard robbins February 13, 2010 at 9:08 pm

thats was a great interview with Ellen brown!!
Everyone needs to listen to this and read everywhere…the truth is so close now these people must be unhinged from society…

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