Zahir Ebrahim | Project Humanbeingsfirst.org
January 10, 2011
The following statements of Ellen Brown surely must have some alternate meaning:
"Of course the oligarchy is the problem, but that doesn't mean we can't steer the Fed. Bernanke drives a Ford Falcon. I think he's one of us!" -- Ellen Brown to Zahir Ebrahim Sat, Dec 18, 2010 at 5:30 PM
"the U.S. is the last holdout, and the Fed is what's holding us out. Bernanke is standing up to the Gnomes of Zurich and BAsel" -- Ellen Brown to Zahir Ebrahim Sun, Dec 26, 2010 at 11:38 AM
Featured in Bill Still's new video documentary on banking reform: "The Secret of Oz", the author of the famous book and website: Web of Debt - How Banks And The Federal Reserve Are Bankrupting The Planet, and prolific generator of erudite articles on banking reform, Ellen Brown JD now suggests that the Federal Reserve System, and its Chairman Ben Bernanke, are the good guys!!
Read it for yourself in the email correspondence reproduced below. And harken back to the epoch between 1910 to 1913 when, under the guise of banking reform, the banksters' own agenda was diabolically introduced in the name of reform. That's how the Federal Reserve System was born. Through deception.
In that overarching context of banksters' shenanigans, I got so perturbed by the bizarre statements Ellen Brown made to me in our email communication during December 2010, that after much deliberation and consultation with comrades, I have decided to make them public. Those interested in this topic, and valuing her immense academic contributions to the domain of monetary reform, may ask her for explanation if they care.
In my view, the entire monetary reform agenda evidently has been cleverly hijacked by an over-abundance of expert talkers, and relegated to publishing erudite books, writing imposing articles, making excellent video documentaries, attending major conferences and making slick presentations, all in the proverbial dissent space. There is of course hardly any mention of significant monetary reform in the establishment's mainstream press. So alternate press and dissent domain is where all the monetary reform conversations transpire, where they have become exclusively dominated by platitudinous sloganeering like "this system has got to go", "no more national debt". etc., amidst much regurgitation of material that is centuries old on what reforms to introduce. And un-remarkably, monetary reform is absolutely the lame horse entered into the Kentucky Derby – in the absence of a practicable HOW plan!
See the compilation of my many analyses on the indispensability of the practicable HOW, and its remarkable absence in all talk of monetary reform, in Re-visiting Money as Debt and Monetary Reform. Especially, see Letter to Bill Still – Director of The Secret of Oz – How? and The Missing Link of Monetary Reform: HOW?.
The HOW problem cannot be underestimated. It transcends all the solution spaces from state owned banks, to people’s power, to community currency to voting the right leaders into office who will enact the right set of laws and banish the money changers, to federalizing the issue of interest-free money, et. al.
The banksters are “that” close to completing their control of earth and its peoples; this is also the reason why they permitted the publication of Tragedy and Hope. It is perhaps also why all these academic conversations about monetary reform are permitted to exist unhindered, so long as no practicable method is pursued regarding the HOW to implement any of them.
Almost all people mobilization functions which used to exist in Western society, like America’s very powerful labor unions for instance, grass-roots political parties, etc., have already been eliminated. Now, people power is at best only mob power, and the 3rd Infantry Division’s 1st Brigade Combat Team is already stationed just outside of Mainstreet USA to deal with that eventuality after the calculated repeal of the Posse Comitatus Act.
As noted in Of Ostriches and Rebels on The Hard Road to World Order, matters are now close to fait accompli, if not already so.
The global and national state of affairs, going from crisis to crisis, is all cohesively linked-up in an interconnected convoluted chain, and monetary reform, while being the principal lever to break the anaconda-like grip of that web of enslavement, is very closely guarded by the golem to prevent any practicable movement towards meaningful reform which could be inimical to the interests of the banksters. Evidently, that also includes using "cognitive infiltration" techniques of gaining trust by having their own assets and agents write imposing works of scholarship and geewhiz. I.e., the crafting of the proverbial Trojan Horse, in the guise of monetary reform dissent-experts, dare I suggest people like Ellen Brown based on the prima facie evidence of her own statements unless there is some alternate explanation for her bizarre outpouring of love for the Fed, to ensure that the public keep focussing on the minutiae, and the red herrings, instead of the HOW.
I hope I am mistaken about Ellen Brown.... she was a great teacher and I found her articles and book to be informative, until, I got tired of bringing to her attention that she was not focussing on the HOW, and eventually gave up. I only thought of writing her again when she sent me yet another announcement of yet another article, more of the same, she'd written in December 2010.
Perhaps the good scholar can provide the public with some evidence for her new found faith that the FED is good for America – a faith suddenly acquired right when most of the American public, losing their shirts and their skirts to the banksters, is finally beginning to see the light that the FED is indeed the core problem and should be abolished!
I am sure the public, and especially her fans might like to learn what secrets Ellen Brown has learnt so that all Americans can together anoint the FED, just as the Nobel committee had previously anointed President Obama, as the new savior of the American Republic! Perhaps she could begin by explaining the following:
Reproduced below is one of the most surreal of email conversations. It is in the format one gets when using Gmail's Forward All button to forward the entire conversation. It is unedited, and complete. No email in the communication thread is left out, and no context is dropped.
The full source of each email and its original header are archived as PDF at URL: http://humanbeingsfirst.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/email-conversation-with-ellen-brown-original-source.pdf
Subject: new article -- Central Banking 101: What the Fed Can Do as "Lender of Last Resort"
From: Ellen Brown <email@example.com>
Date: Sat, Dec 18, 2010 at 4:07 PM
To: Ellen Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hi, here is my latest article, posted on Huffington Post –
“Central Banking 101: What the Fed Can Do as ‘Lender of Last Resort’”
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while I applaud your insights into the mechanisms of the fed, and I
think of you as my teacher by way of writing an excellent book which I
have read and learnt from, I deplore your lack of understanding of the
fed. You keep writing articles after articles suggesting how the
mechanisms of banking that we have today can be fixed - as if that
knowledge, worthy of many Ph.D. thesis I am sure, is relevent to the
issues at hand. I am puzzled by your emphasis on the minutae, and
missing out on the big picture. I am really getting tired of pointing
it out repeatedly to the thunderous silence. Fed isn't the problem -
and you know it better than I. The oligarchy which controls the Fed,
in all G-7, people legally endowed with carte-blanche to do as they
please, are the problem. The more you critique the 'effect', the more
you show how to fix these 'effect's, the more you distract attention
from the 'cause'. That is such commonsense that it confuses me. Have
you ever read anything I have ever written? Or do you only read
brand-names? Commonsense does not come packaged with 'expert' tatooed
on their forehead.
best wishes, and also seasons greetings,
I read -- I just don't agree! Of course the oligarchy is the problem, but that doesn't mean we can't steer the Fed. Bernanke drives a Ford Falcon. I think he's one of us!
"I think he's one of us!" -- not persuaded.
Are you aware that the oligarchy is creating world government? That
the interlinked nature of the myriad crises make any changes next to
impossible given the impetus to world government?
I'm aware of that, and the head of the beast is in Basel. I think, counterintuitive as it may seem, that the U.S. is the last holdout, and the Fed is what's holding us out. Bernanke is standing up to the Gnomes of Zurich and BAsel.
But the heart of the golem is not Basle. Are you friends with
Bernanke? Your statement is like Ariel Sharon is holding out to the
Rothschilds as the last bastian before they resettle Palestine,
entirely absurd! Bernanke is nothing but a front man who does exactly
as he is ordered to do. You make it seem like frontmen have any
substance of their own in the face of trillionaires who comprise the
How do you know that? You presume. That's called prejudice.
I know it by the act of ben bernanke being the fed chair. I am sorry
but you sound more and more irrational to me. thanks.
Ha! The feeling is mutual. But thanks for writing. Ellen
Does Ellen Brown secretly work for the FED? By Zahir Ebrahim | Project Humanbeingsfirst.org