Who Holds the Gold Makes the Rules
The Trust Game – Episode 5: Who Holds the Gold Makes the Rules | Truthstream Media
In the tumultuous 1920s-30s, depression set in; FDR seized power and gold; bank functions were nationalised; dollars rebuilt Europe; and the stage set for the next world war.
Research and documentary duo Aaron and Melissa Dykes turn their focus to an intricate and long-winding path that connects the foundations of modern society with the rise of central banks – as the insipid but immensely influential policies of money-issuance weave together the shadowy sinews of history's most pivotal events.
From colonial expansion, to the creation of the Federal Reserve, up to our volatile age of cryptocurrency and digital authorization, the contentious battleground of finance has pitted presidents and congressional representatives alike against the unmovable power of lenders and moneymakers, who've worked to tip the scales towards centralized authority at the expense of individual sovereignty.
Attempting a greater context, ‘The Trust Game' is a 10-part, over 10-hour series aiming to sharpen global events spinning blurry in the rapid stages of development. Major changes have occurred; major changes are underway. Yet some things remain surprisingly the same – this is a system dependent upon confidence, belief, and ultimately… trust.
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