The War Machine
A Second Look at the Federal Reserve by G. Edward Griffin
“The Creature from Jekyll Island” by G. Edward Griffin is a book that delves into the history and implications of the Federal Reserve, fiat money, and the fractional-reserve banking system.
Griffin argues that the Federal Reserve, created in secret on Jekyll Island in 1910, is not only incapable of achieving its stated objectives but also creates economic instability and encourages war. He discusses the influence of powerful families and groups, such as the Rockefeller, Rothschild, and Morgan families, in the financing and orchestration of historical events. The book provides a detailed history lesson on the creation of the Federal Reserve and its impact on global economics and politics, spanning nearly 600 pages. Griffin’s work is known for its alternative take on economic and political history, making it a thought-provoking and controversial read. The book offers a critical perspective on the Federal Reserve System and its implications for the economy and society