[G. Edward Griffin, author of The Creature from Jekyll Island] says, “The Federal Reserve is the cause of inflation… When you have a central bank that creates as much money as it wants to, it’s a scam.”
Griffin contends that today’s rampant inflation is constricting anyone who isn’t wealthy. He says, “The middle class is being squeezed out of existence. The rich are getting much richer, the middle class is getting smaller, and the poor are getting poorer. We’re almost going back to a medieval stage.”
He contends that the Federal Reserve is intentionally driving down the value of the U.S. dollar in an effort to transition into a cashless monetary system.
Griffin makes it clear that, “The reason why we have inflation is that the money supply is not pegged to something that takes human effort to produce.”
He says, “[The Fed is] actively trying to destroy the U.S. dollar… Whatever savings you have or wealth you’ve been able to build, you want to get that out of dollars and into something else.”
Griffin believes that countries around the world have soured on the U.S. dollar because they disagree with how funds have been used throughout the pandemic. He says, “They don’t have trust in the dollar anymore because they see how foolishly politicians and the bankers at the Federal Reserve have been playing at the roulette wheel.”
With emphasis on the word “foolish.” I dunno. When the man who literally wrote the book on the Federal Reserve says it’s a ruinous scam maybe we better listen.
Prussian Field Marshal Helmuth von Moltke wrote that “No plan of operations extends with any certainty beyond the first encounter with the main enemy forces.” The poet Robert Burns had the same insight with “The best laid schemes o’ Mice an’ Men, Gang aft agley.” Then there’re “Too clever by half”; “Many a slip twixt the cup and the lip; and Mike Tyson’s “Everybody’s got a plan till they get hit in the face.”
These clowns sit or skulk around in their conclaves, koffee klatches, confabs, eyrie, cabanas, bathhouses, faculty lounges, broom closets, fantasy islands, and Ted Talks and think about how they’ll command and eliminate the unwashed once their plans come to fruition. Well, we’ll see about that. As the old military maxim goes, “Never give an order you know won’t be obeyed.” The guys down at the local National Guard armory may just ask, “You want us to do what to our friends and relatives here in town?” Federal forces will be no different. An explicitly destructive agenda will not be implemented without protest such as when the globalists make their final move. Social peace is something that the treason class does not understand.
I doubt it will even get to that point. We’ll see The Great Unraveling before there’s any Great Reset. The last bit of glue holding it all together is the stake that the productive people have in even this marginally functioning economy. When they’re squeezed unmercifully and then impoverished that last bit of glue will vaporize. Herb Stein’s famous maxim is still valid. What can’t go on won’t. Reckless war, currency debasement, raging inflation, lunatic spending, massive migrant invasion, and worship of the foreign and the perverse hint at social peace and economic stability with a half life of three years.
 “Fed Fights Inflation Monster It Created While Destroying Dollar, ‘Jekyll Island’ Author Warns.” By Daniela Cambone, ZeroHedge, 7/20/22 (emphasis removed).