Posts Tagged ‘The Money Masters’

Bill Still, a monetary reformer, and producer of the documentaries The Money Masters, Secret of Oz and Jekyll Island, is scheduled to be my guest on Exposing Faux Capitalism on September 22, 2013 at 8 PM Eastern.

Bill was recently a speaker at the 2013 Public Banking Institute conference.

For more on Bill Still, see my articles:

1) Bill Still and Andy Gause blow the whistle on fake quotes about money

2) Where the Money Masters producer Bill Still really stands on monetary reform

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F for Fake

Bill Still, producer of The Money Masters and The Secret of Oz, and Andy Gause, author of The Secret World of Money, have finally blown the whistle on fake quotes about money.

On the August 27, 2011 episode of Erskine Overnight, Gause pointed out that a quotation about private banks that is commonly attributed to Thomas Jefferson is likely not authentic.

This site has been a leader in getting this information out to you nearly full two years ago, in the case of the oft-cited Jefferson “quotation” about private banks, as discussed in my October 28, 2009 article, What Thomas Jefferson said about private banks.

Also, on February 12, 2011, I wrote the article, What Aristotle didn’t say about fiat money, which disputed a quotation about fiat money that is attributed to Aristotle, when in fact, he wrote something completely to the contrary.

Then, on the August 20, 2011 episode of The Secret Truth, Bill Still revealed that about a dozen of the purported quotes in his documentary, The Money Masters, are not authentic, and he has tried to get them removed, but the owner of the rights to the documentary won’t let him.

I am glad to see that they have both gone very public about what I had already documented — that some of the so-called ‘quotations’ about money are complete fakes.

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Last week, a prominent radio host in the liberty community responded to a caller’s question about Bill Still, producer of the documentaries The Money Masters and The Secret of Oz, and said that Bill Still supported tally sticks as a replacement for the current “fiat money” system of the United States.

For clarification, Bill Still doesn’t specifically advocate a return to tally sticks, but a return to interest-free sovereign currency in general.

His mention of tally sticks was to demonstrate that, contrary to popular belief in the liberty community, there are historical examples of “fiat money” that traded for centuries at parity with gold and silver, and the English tally sticks were one such example.

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