Jekyll Island Author Declares Revolution Is Only Way to Escape the Fed’s Planned Crisis (Part 2/2)

Stansberry Research, Released on 5/24/23

For Part 1 of this interview, CLICK HERE

“We will not survive the system by figuring out how to hide from it,” says G. Edward Griffin, author of Creature from Jekyll Island and founder of the Red Pill University, in the second part of our interview. He says it’s critical for folks to focus on protecting their portfolios. “Our lives and our freedom are at stake here,” Griffin warns. He also believes the banking crisis is not a surprise since it allows for the transition toward “a cashless society” with fewer banks. “Cash gives people autonomy.. it allows them to be independent of others,” he argues. Finally, he claims that de-dollarization is inevitable and might happen soon.

00:00 Griffin’s thoughts the Fed
2:42 Regional bank crisis
6:47 CBDCs
7:39 De-dollarization
9:08 U.S. government’s stance on dollar
10:31 DeSantis banning CBDCs
11:37 Fed illegal issued CBDCs
13:19 Griffin’s thoughts on inflation
15:16 The Great Reset
15:33 How does Griffin protect his wealth?
17:31 Crypto
18:20 New system
20:47 Mass education
22:27 Griffin’s secret health tips
23:11 Griffin’s final thoughts

G. Edward Griffin is an American film producer, author, and political lecturer. He is best known as the author of The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve, a critique of much modern economic theory and practice, specifically the Federal Reserve System.

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