This Book Reveals:  How the system has been set up so that "the power of financial capitalism had another far reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole!"

Stephen Mitford Goodson's book sweeps aside the usual dust of economic theory to provide an thoroughly engaging account on the origins and purposes of the Republic's central banking institution. Goodson does so as an "outsider" on the "inside", a proponent of banking reform who became a non-executive director of the SA Reserve Bank. What Goodson found was ineptitude, corruption, careerism, ignorance and scandal. When Goodson became too troublesome for the status quo, he was removed, smeared and attempts were made to legally silence him.

Here Goodson not only gives an account of his time within the SA Reserve Bank, but places the bank within its historical context, having been established as part of a world-wide agenda orchestrated by Montagu Norman, governor of the Bank of England, to create "central banks" throughout the world as part of a global financial system controlled by international financiers. Those who figured prominently in imposing this fraudulent financial system on South Africa were Jan Smuts, and his friend and adviser Hendry Strakosch, whose closeness to Winston Churchill is also shown to be of world historical significance.

In this Ebook You Will Discover...

  • a full list of references, sites and docs

    Stephen M Goodson reveals many questionable activities and provides references in order for you to research and confirm everything he writes. You can really delve into it through notes, references, websites and books … right down to the actual page.

  • what actually is happening in banking

    “… private banks are not intermediaries acting as a link between savers and borrowers, but creators of loans out of nothing matched with phony ‘deposits’ for accounting purposes.”


  • the true tragedy of our times

    The tragedy of our times is that few people are willing to stand up for truth. This detrimental malaise is best noted in the words of Edmund Burke who said: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

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