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2008 Credit Crises: The Final Transfer of America's Financial Sovereignty - DVD
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2008 Credit Crises: The Final Transfer of America's Financial Sovereignty|
by Joan Veon
World Government is no longer coming... IT IS HERE
For years Joan has talked and written extensively about an evolving
global system that will interconnect our currency, tax code, stock
exchange, and regulatory system into a global governmental structure,
uniting all countries of the world into one. For America, the transition
will take place through the congressional passage of "The Department
of the Treasury Blueprint for a Modernized Financial Regulatory
System", authored by Hank Paulson, Robert Steel, and David Nason.
In this DVD, Joan reveals how the American people have much to lose,
as the last vestiges of our financial sovereignty is being torn down
through a complete restructuring of our current financial system led
by U.S. Treasury Secretary, Hank Paulson, and in collaboration with
Federal Reserve Chairman, Ben Bernanke. Joan puts into perspective
the power held by the Central Banks of the world, and how the Federal
Reserve, central bank to the United States, has the power and ability
to usurp the Constitution of the United States of America.
"Paulson and Bernanke have taken the lead, not only from lawmakers,
but from President Bush. Bush has left direct management of the crisis
to them and other advisers, and has limited his public remarks on the
economy." Washington Post 9/17/08
Joan Veon is a business women, international journalist and renown
expert in the areas of global economics, Sustainable Development,
and the United Nations. Since 1994, Joan has covered 100 global
meetings, seeking answers to the evolving economic trends, and many
of the world issues we are faced with today.