“…we are individually responsible for our beliefs and our actions and we have to have facts, read hard facts…got to take the red pill, look at reality to see how it really is.”

There are a lot of unpleasant issues that come up and we don’t even want to think about them, but by golly, if I can’t trust my political leaders, if I can’t trust my doctor, if I can’t trust my lawyer, if I can’t trust my minister, whatever our issue is where we have authorities that we have faith in, then we are through! We give up. We are gone. And so nobody wants to even ask these questions. And I think that is a mistake because in the end we are born into this world alone, we go out alone, and in the middle we have a lot of friends. But still, we are individually responsible for our beliefs and our actions and we have to have facts, read hard facts, got to get out of that, got to take the red pill, look at reality to see how it really is.”

G. Edward Griffin, from:

G. Edward Griffin – Bankers Waiting for the Big Collapse

SEE:

REVOLUTION OF ONE: Use Your Emotions to Fuel Your Results

 

Book: The Creature from Jekyll Island (the Fed)

 

G. Edward Griffin–Author of The Creature from Jekyll Island

 

“The phenomenon of economic ignorance is so widespread, and its consequences so frightening, that the objective of reducing that ignorance becomes a goal invested with independent moral worth…”—Kirzner

 

It is no crime to be ignorant of economics; but totally irresponsible to have a loud and vociferous opinion on economic subjects while in this state of ignorance—Rothbard

 

Dealing with the root cause of the poor

 

Book: The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators, and the Forgotten Rights of the Poor

 

Why IS so much of the world SO POOR?

 

$20 Trillion Later… Where Did All The Money Go?

 

A Tale of Two Americas: Where the Rich Get Richer and the Poor Go to Jail—By John W. Whitehead

 

Politics Is The Art Of Keeping the Poor Excited And The Rich Happy

 

Keeping the poor poor is what drives big government.

 

How Krugman Wants to Make You Poorer

 

Why do so many poor neighborhoods remain poor?

 

Evicted and Abandoned: The World Bank’s Broken Promise to the Poor

 

Ryan McMaken: Are We Getting Poorer?——Mises Weekends

 

Monetary Inflation: An Economic and Ethical Evil

New Testament contains 215 verses pertaining to faith; 218 pertaining to salvation; and 2,084 dealing with money matters

 

Inflation: Its Cultural and Political Consequences–Interview of Guido Hülsmann–Tom Woods Show

 

Soaking the Future Poor

 

Micah 6: wicked balances and bag of deceitful weights