Meet Ellen Brown. Public Banking Institute.

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Posted August 22, 2013

by Jerry Alatalo

Ellen Brown is an attorney and founder of The Public Banking Institute. She has written a number of books on monetary matters including “Web Of Debt” and the recently published “The Public Banking Solution.”

After watching Bill Still’s documentary “The Secret Of Oz” it was only the next logical step to look into the world of monetary systems, banking and the financial industry. Thankfully there are plenty of sources of information available to people interested in researching for themselves. In the course of looking into the subject I came across Ellen Brown. She always seemed like an easy-going person in her way and capable of explaining matters of banking.

Public banking seems to make good sense as it is a form of banking that looks out for the people, not solely profits. Matt Taibbi and Bill Still were at this event held in early June 2013. If you haven’t heard of Ellen Brown, the following video will perhaps result in you wanting to learn more about the Public Banking option, and solutions to the historic booms and busts of privately owned central banks, in the United States as well as countries around the world.

After hearing Ellen Brown you may understand why I have more optimism, as Matt Taibbi, Bill Still and Ellen Brown among others were at the same event. I feel the same way about Ellen Brown as I do about Matt Taibbi and Bill Still.

I just like her.

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