After the Collapse of the New World Order

Fellow 9/11 Truthers: Everyone talks about having open minds a lot, so I want to use this medium to post a link which I trust will be of interest to you.. Check out this 40 minute lecture by Economics Professor Hans Hermann Hoppe, entitled: 'A World Without Theft'

If you find that useful, I suggest you hop on over to and listen to podcast 1 and don't stop!

The big question at this point is, "What happens when the New World Order collapses?" This is the framework for that alternative paradigm. Follow the rabbit hole.

Listened to it.

He's basically advocating transparency and competition in administrative/executive matters, which certainly is a worthy premise, as governments right now are basically unaccountable for "cock-ups" and have no real motivation to excel at servicing. However, he didn't touch on the one topic which I believe outclasses all others in terms of impact: The monetary system. "A World without Theft" will be impossible without correcting this massive, fraudulent redistribution of wealth.

It's brilliantly laid out in this pretty compact video. Please watch it and share your economist perspective!


Thank you for posting this. This is a great little video to use as a primer for anyone ignorant of how our monetary system works. Here's a little more info for anyone wh has missed your link:

Money As Debt

47 Min. 7 Sec. - 12.02.2007

Paul Grignon's 47-minute animated presentation of "Money as Debt" tells in very simple and effective graphic terms what money is and how it is being created. It is an entertaining way to get the message out.

The Cowichan Citizens Coalition and its "Duncan Initiative" received high praise from those who previewed it. I recommend it as a painless but hard-hitting educational tool and encourage the widest distribution and use by all groups concerned with the present unsustainable monetary system in Canada and the United States.

The true threat to liberty comes not from terrorists but from our political leaders whose natural inclination is to seize upon any excuse to diminish them.
~~ Walter Williams, Nightly Business Report, September 2001

You're more than welcome

spread it far and wide :-)