Robert Stark and co-host Charles Lincoln talk to Augustus Invictus. Augustus Invictus is a libertarian candidate for US Senate in Florida. Augustus is an attorney and community leader in Orlando, Florida. Best known as a radical philosopher and infamous social critic, he is Managing Partner of Imperium, P.A., the law firm he founded in 2013.
The controversies and media coverage of his campaign
The resignation of the Libertarian Chairman of Florida in response to his campaign
Establishment Libertarians who worship corporations, embrace political correctness, and are rigid in their views
Augustus’s opposition to Usury
His stance on immigration
The environment and wilderness conservation
Police State abuses
Corporate influence in politics and Citizens United
His stance on trade
His stance on foreign policy
His Paganism and sect of Thelema
His affinity for Ancient Rome A Call for Total Insurrection
Topics include: Eugene’s review of On the Brink of the Abyss
The Origins of the Financial Crisis
The Dollar, at the Heart of the Crisis
Free Trade and Protectionism
Death on Credit
Public Debt: How States Have Become Prisoners of Banks
The Euro Should Be Made a Common Currency
Middle Classes and Working Classes: A Politics of Poverty
Immigration, the Reserve Army of Capital
Should a Citizenship Income Be Instituted?
Robert Stark interviews Ellen Brown. Topics include:
Ellen’s book, The Web of Debt;
The history of banking;
The benefits of public banking;
The reason for the illegal immigration and how the bankers looted Mexico’s banking system;
Ellen Brown is an American lawyer and author who since 2008 has become a well-known monetary reformer, mostly because of her book The Web of Debt. She has also written several books about alternative medicine. She is currently chairman and president of the Public Banking Institute, which is an organization that promotes public banking in the United States and elsewhere.
In The Web of Debt she analyzes the Federal Reserve and the private money cartel. The analysis is peppered with quotes from The Wizard of Oz, which she believes is an allegory about the need for monetary reform. She explains how the monetary cartel usurped the power of the vast majority of the global human population to create money out of thin air by so-called fractional-reserve banking, and also the negative impact this has on the well-being of people. In short, the consequences is that the debt increases in the world and the banks’ power increases. One of the solutions she sees for USA, and also for other countries, is a bank system which is used in North Dakota by The Bank of North Dakota.