A major investigative expos? of the Federal Reserve System is leading off the March edition of WorldNet magazine, WorldNetDaily.com’s monthly print publication.
Veteran journalist Anne Williamson, who has written for the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, has authored a definitive and eye-opening analysis of the nation’s banking system for WorldNet.
She is discussing this issue on national televion and radio programs, including “The O’Reilly Factor.” (Editor’s note: Producers wanting to book Anne Williamson should e-mail Rebecca Hagelin, WND vice president, communications.)
The in-depth, 11,000-word report begins this way:
“Congress passed the Federal Reserve Act on the 22nd of December 1913, and from that day forward the United States of America ceased to be a Republic.”
From that jarring opening salvo, Williamson launches into a critical history of money, banking, the Federal Reserve, how the Fed manipulates elections and markets, who is behind the Fed, and much more.
Typically, press treatment of the Federal Reserve — an organization shrouded with mystery since its inception in 1913 — amounts either to establishment propaganda or conspiracy-mongering hysteria. So WorldNet sought out a true expert — a journalist who has testified before Congress — to write this startling cover story.
Beginning with the March issue, WorldNet is featuring each month a major “big-picture” cover story exploring one of the truly crucial issues of the day — often ignored, distorted or downplayed by the establishment press — but which directly affect Americans’ lives.
The April issue, for example, will explore whether the 16th Amendment — the one that introduced the income tax — was ever actually ratified. It will examine major issues and controversies surrounding the income tax today, and will also focus on the many citizens who are openly challenging the Internal Revenue Service.
In May, Anne Williamson is back with another major expos?, this one on the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. Future issues will cover government spending, the drug war, abortion, vaccines, the United Nations and globalization, radical environmentalism, evolution, gun control, secret societies, education, and Christian persecution in the U.S., among others.
The editorial staff of WorldNetDaily and WorldNet urges readers not to miss these critical editions slated for the next year. Although individual issues sell for $7.50, a one-year subscription costs only $36 for 12 monthly issues.
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