Conspiracy theories: they’re a viral internet sensation. Most people either love them… or love to hate them.
Say what you will about this emerging era of hyper-skepticism, but one thing is for sure: the powerful “elite” have given us ample reasons not to trust them.
And sometimes, the greatest deceptions are lies by omission.
I remember my bafflement nearly 20 years ago when I first opened up The Creature From Jekyll Island and began reading through its pages.
“The Federal Reserve isn’t federal?”
“All money printed is essentially debt?”
“The Fed is basically a private banking cartel?”
“Central banking is a tenet of communism designed to impoverish the masses?”
Lies by omission.
It’s no wonder we weren’t taught these facts in the forced government indoctrination camps called schools.
Essential life lessons stripped from the curriculums of generations of children.
But we have the internet now.
As is so often the case, once you peek down the rabbit hole, you can’t help but continue tumbling through it—and in many ways, G. Edward Griffin’s groundbreaking exposé was a launching point for my awakening.
Sitting down and having a conversation with this wise man is always a pleasure, and most recently I had a chance to go deep into a wide range of popular and intriguing “conspiracy theories.”
Many skeptics believe there’s a covert plan to get people out of the country and into the cities.
From the California wildfires and chemtrails to agenda 21 and depopulation—we covered it all in this truly fascinating interview—even the possibility of cryptocurrency as a creation of the CIA.
Of course, it’s entirely possible to entertain ideas without accepting them, and independent investigation is always recommended.
“The good, the bad, and the ugly—that is more or less the theme of our conference coming up. There’s a lot of good, a lot of bad, and some ugly stuff in cryptocurrencies,” says G. Edward Griffin, speaking about his upcoming appearance at the fourth annual TDV Internationalization & Investment Summit.
Along with the renowned author, we’re hosting numerous other experts in the fields of crypto, precious metals, internationalization of assets, and Permanent Traveler/Prior Taxpayer (PT) lifestyles.
These insiders include Jeffrey Tucker, Doug Casey, and Edmond Bugos, just to name a few. It’s all happening in February, so be sure to get your tickets (BOOK NOW) and secure your spot before they’re all gone.
Freethinkers, we’ll see you at Anarchapulco!
About the Author
Anarcho-Capitalist. Libertarian. Freedom fighter against mankind’s two biggest enemies, the State and the Central Banks. Jeff Berwick is the founder of The Dollar Vigilante and host of the popular video podcast, Anarchast. Jeff is a prominent speaker at many of the world’s freedom, investment and cryptocurrency conferences including his own, Anarchapulco, as well as regularly in the media including CNBC, Bloomberg and Fox Business. Jeff also posts exclusive content daily to the new blockchain based social media network, Steemit.