Fine Financial Institutions for Political Discrimination, by Dr. Joseph Sansone

The major financial institutions are not private in any sense, they are creatures of government. As such, they must be subject to the same restrictions on political discrimination that the government is. From Dr. Joseph Sansone at josephsansone.substack.com:

First published in 1994, a perennial best seller, The Creature From Jekyll Island has changed the course of history. At first, only relevant among a small cadre on the political right in the 1990s and early 2000s, the ideas and information of this book have rippled out to the mainstream. This is largely due to Ron Paul’s 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns. In these campaigns Dr. Paul broke a political taboo and spoke about monetary policy and the fraudulent system of The Federal Reserve. Most people never heard of the inflation tax before Paul’s presidential campaigns. (Note: Paul advocated for sound money since the early 70s)

This resulted in a gradual political censorship of Dr. Paul’s campaign and although he had a tremendous impact on thought in the Republican Party, his campaign was marginalized and cancelled to a great degree. This was done by an orchestrated media censorship, deliberate marginalization in allotted time in debates, and eventually exclusion from debates, and shadow banning on search engines. These tactics were used to cancel Patrick Buchanan’s 2000 presidential campaign to an even greater degree, because he left the GOP and ran as the Reform Party candidate. The cancellation was so bad that by the time the election came about most people didn’t know he was still in the campaign.

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