Even the very title of Ellen Hodgson Brown's October 17 Global Research article, "Financial Meltdown: The Greatest Transfer of Wealth in History — How to Reverse the Tide and Democratize the US Monetary System", states 2 blatant mistruths (which is the total of its statements):
1. In truth, by the nature of the monetary obligations which have been imposed upon us, the central banking system *already* makes itself the real owners of all indebted production until the whole of an eventually impossible monetary obligation comprised of interest plus principal is completely fulfilled.
The dispossession we are presently suffering and about to suffer are actually therefore, merely a finalization of the original misappropriation of justice.
2. Her proposition of solution has already been invalidated by my cited articles. But moreover, no element of her proposal actually reverses damages suffered so far to now (and potentially beyond), as prescribed by my article, "If I Were President..."
Once again then, Ellen Hodgson Brown leads us astray from solution. Worse, she does so knowingly, because she has already been apprised in the discourse of the cited articles that her assertions were not solution. It is she in fact who failed to respond with any defense whatever for her disproven assertions, but for retracting certain invalidated elements.
Yet she persists in the very same effort to retain concepts of a central bank and obfuscated interest/taxation upon posterity, which only obstructs us from real solution.
If the reader will digest my cited articles then, I suggest it will be obvious that Ms. Brown has never constructed a reasonable working model of her thesis; and that you will know this from any of the many critical questions which she fails here as well still to answer. http://perfecteconomy.com/wp/2008/10/18/open-letter-to-global-research-on-the-controversy-with-ellen-hodgson-brown/http://perfecteconomy.com/pg-if-i-were-president.htmlhttp://perfecteconomy.com/pg-ellen-hodgson-brown-web-of-debt.htmlhttp://perfecteconomy.com/pg-no-ellen-its-not-the-derivatives-stupid.html