December 16, 2009

Slaying the Creature from Jekyll Island

G. Edward Griffin on Ron Paul’s HR 1207, Ending the Fed, and Returning to the Gold Standard

On May 17, 2009, G. Edward Griffin joined Gary Franchi on Restore the Republic's Reality Report (video above). Here is an excerpt from the transcript of that interview:

Gary Franchi: You have been fighting the New World Order for many, many years and your hindsight, looking back at the progression and the speed of things that are taking place right now, would you say that the plans for the New World Order are now accelerating at an increased rate?

G. Edward Griffin: No doubt about it. I think they’re running for the finish line right now. I think they want to tie this all up with the absolute loss of national sovereignty within the next few years.

That’s my opinion and I’d like to say something I’ve said before, and it’s so true today still; and that is there will be no date, no particular point in history where you can say, “On this date, the New World Order was ushered in.”

To a very large extent, Gary, we’re already in it. We’ve been in it for a long, long time. What they’re really doing is just building the walls a little bit at a time with the passage of each day, and we’re in it. We will never be able to say, “Gee, it started on this date.”

That’s all I wanted to say, is that the New World Order is here; and yes, I’ve been fighting it for a long time. If there was to be a date that historians might want to put on the arrival of this monster, I suppose it would be the date on which all of the nations of the world surrendered control over their money and over their military, because those are the two legs on which national sovereignty stands.

If you’ve got a strong military and a strong money system, you’re a sovereign nation. If you don’t have those things, you’re nothing. You’re just a territory that is controlled by someone who does have strong money or a strong military.

So we’re very close to the surrender of our money right now. I suppose that would be a date that historians might choose for the crossover point. Let’s hope it doesn’t get there.

The Creature from Jekyll Island.

Listen to the November 18, 1994, presentation (above) by G. Edward Griffin on his book, The Creature from Jekyll Island.

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