Private Central Banks: New Documentary “Princes Of The Yen” Tells All.

Posted on January 1, 2015

by Jerry Alatalo

Book4“This is a film about the power of central banks. Central banks have the power to create economic, political and social change. This is how they do it…”

Alphabet So begins the new and fascinating documentary film “Princes of the Yen” based on a book by Professor Richard Werner, a visiting researcher at the Bank of Japan during the 90’s crash, during which the stock market dropped by 80% and house prices by up to 84%. The film uncovers the real cause of the extraordinary period in recent Japanese history.

“Princes of the Yen” is an unprecedented challenge to today’s dominant ideological belief system, and the control levers that underpin it. Piece by piece, reality is deconstructed to reveal the world as it is, not as those in power would like us to believe that it is.

Some comments on the documentary:

“Master of filmmaking. An engaging and dynamic narrative supported by visual aesthetics”.

“Essential viewing if you’ve any interest at all in economics or politics”.

“Blows open the widely held consensus that ‘independent’ central banks are a force for independent good”.

“A fascinating look at the need for better public understanding of just how much money can affect the world we live in”.

“Princes of the Yen” reveals how Japanese society was transformed to suit the agenda and desire of powerful interest groups, and how citizens were kept entirely in the dark about this. The Japanese scenario is one which has become implemented time and time again through history in nations around the world, only recently becoming a subject of greater and greater interest – and serious concern – of humanity.

The film is a fascinating study of the power of independent, unaccountable, “quiet”, privately owned central banks. For those with an interest in alternative economics, monetary reform, and what (money) makes the world go around, the makers of “Princes of the Yen” have added to the cumulative knowledge base of an often-misunderstood, yet vital subject for study on this Earth in 2015.

Bottom line is that a handful of people at the top of the international financial pyramid have “quietly” manipulated the global banking system to their benefit for a very long time, in a way which has been essentially unchallenged because of intentional obfuscation. Thankfully, the number of men and women around the Earth who have engaged and acted to reveal the agenda of this small group whose basic life philosophy is “service to self” at the great expense and suffering of all others is rapidly growing in numbers.

Exactly when the average man or woman living in all nations and regions around the world become fully aware of international private central bankers’ negative impact on the health and well-being of many millions, even billions, of human beings’ lives is hard to predict.

The people who helped make “Princes of the Yen”, no matter when that global awareness arrives, have certainly made the length of time between now and that historic, world-changing point a lot shorter. The creators of this insightful, timely, powerful, and absolutely relevant documentary deserve all the accolades and gratitude they most certainly will receive in the near future.

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(Thank you to QueuePolitely at YouTube)

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3 thoughts on “Private Central Banks: New Documentary “Princes Of The Yen” Tells All.

    1. Stuart,
      Yes. It had been a while since going to filmsforaction.org; that’s where first became aware of the film. It’s interesting how the filmmakers show financial “experts” manipulate the Japanese economy to create an intense real estate bubble, very much the same as the one that burst and crashed the world economy in 2008. Bill Still has some interesting things to say about the film as a result of his email contacts with the makers of the film and, if I remember correctly, a critical IMF official. (BillStill.com)
      Thanks,
      Jerry

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