The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve (Book)
A "SUPERB ANALYSIS" OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE, SAYS U.S. CONGRESSMAN RON PAUL!
Where does money come from? Where does it go? Who makes it? All of these questions and more are revealed in this mesmerizing book as the money magicians' secrets are unveiled. We are invited to take a close look at their mirrors and smoke machines, and their pulleys, cogs and wheels that create the grand illusion called money.
Banking and the Federal Reserve ... a dry and boring subject? Don't believe it! Once you pick up this book you'll be hooked in five minutes. This book reads like a detective story – which it really is; but it's all true. "The Creature from Jekyll Island" is about the most blatant scam of all history. You'll find it all here: the cause of wars, boom-bust cycles, inflation, depression, prosperity and more.
"A superb analysis deserving serious attention by all Americans. Be prepared for one heck of a journey through time and mind." - U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, member, House Banking Committee
"What every American needs to know about central bank power. A gripping adventure into the secret world of the international banking cartel." - Mark Thornton, assistant professor of economics, Auburn University Coordinator of Academic Affairs, Ludwig von Mises Institute
"A magnificent accomplishment — a train load of heavy history, organized so well and written in such a relaxed and easy style that it captivated me. I hated to put it down." - Dan Smoot, publisher/editor, Dan Smoot Report"The Creature from Jekyll Island" will change the way you view the world, politics and money. After you finish this book, your worldview will have changed forever. You'll never trust a politician again – or a banker.
Paperback: 624 pages
Ratings & Reviews
Everything every American should know about the Federal Reserve
by Rodney K
Very disturbing behind the scenes look at our banking system and the Fed. Unsettling information but we must be informed. Parts are a little dry, but well worth the read.