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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – Regenerating Nature and the Economy

Our debt-based capital regime appears oblivious to the essential demands of Nature and the regenerative systems that are our most foundational economy. The urgency of our climate crisis means transformative reform of our monetary relationships is desperately needed. Responding to that need, our guest Ed Quevedo, Director of Regenerative Design at the Foresight + Innovation Lab in CA, has been …

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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – Crisis Finance – 10.11.18

We live with a monetary system designed to stage recurring crashes which move  personal and public assets into the hands of the Oligarchy. American history is filled with examples of financial stratagems enabled by power-center bankers both near and far. Our guest Thomas Hanna of the Democracy Collaborative talks with Ellen about “The Crisis Next Time” and why we need to …

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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – Banking Bits – 09.12.18

From the largest public bank in North America (it’s not in North Dakota!) to the growing concern that the world’s central banks are poised to control global markets, to the long-range macro-agenda of core global financialists, this week’s program dives into banking’s various vestures and vicissitudes!  The Alberta Treasury Branch in Edmonton, Alberta has been operating a full-service public bank for 80 years …

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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – For Wonks and Quants

For Wonks and Quants We like putting monetary realities in perspective and sometimes we might drone on a bit about the inner workings of money and our banking system. It’s fascinating! This week we continue our extended conversation with one of America’s brightest monetary intellectuals, Dr. Robert Hockett, who talks with Ellen about our monetary system and how things might …

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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – Looking Under the Hood, We Find

Looking Under the Hood, We Find…… Smoke and mirrors? The world of finance is built on mutual agreements quantified by digitized records representing the full faith and credit of someone, whether an individual or a country. Not gold, not silver, not paper. Ellen’s guest, Dr. Robert Hockett, says its time to create a 21st century banking architecture capable of retiring the …

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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – BANKS DON’T LEND MONEY AND THEY DON’T TAKE DEPOSITS – 07.26.18

They don’t?  Banks don’t lend money?  “Since when?” you might ask, only to find out they never did – at least according to this week’s featured guest, Southampton University’s noted professor Dr. Richard Werner. Common misperceptions about how banking works distort our reality about banking functions and capabilities by seasoned semantic miscues that make us think we’re borrowing the bank’s money when they …

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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – Backwards and Forwards – 07.06.18

When we look back at the history of banking in America, we can see the formative patterns that have shaped that industry over the past couple hundred years. Ellen’s guest, Jim Hogue, in a reprise of their earlier conversation, discusses who and what players were on the stage at the outset of our country, and how their ghosts continue to …

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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – Thinking Change – 06.26.18

Among emerging monetary ideas that could change our economic future is a new blockbuster notion: give each of us our very own account at the Fed, just like the Big Banks! It’s a well-developed, transformative idea being supported by high-level Treasury veterans as well as our own Ellen Brown, who discusses it’s great potential on this edition. Like other systemic …

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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – Making Change – 06.06.18

The lock-down on control of our money by private banks is facing increased challenge in a variety of forms, from technology that creates new methods of exchange, to the public uprising for creation of new public banks. Today we speak with an exciting group of young activists in CA that have already accomplished some remarkable achievements, including a unanimous vote …