Darryl Robert Schoon "follows the money" in describing the power dynamics behind today's economy. Capitalism, i.e. modern banking, is a system where bankers issue debt-based money in order to profit by the indebting of others. This is why the world is indebted beyond its capacity to repay.
DRSCHOON.COM features the articles of Professor A. E. Fekete of the New Austrian School of Economics, a leading expert on gold and its role in financial markets and the economy.
The Spontaneous Remonitization of Gold
and the Revival of the Moribund World Trade
New Austrian School of Economics and the Lips Institute
In the words of the Old Testament “the use of false weights and measures is the greatest abomination in the eyes of the Lord”. The Great Coin Melt of 1933 by Franklin D. Roosevelt certainly answers the description “greatest abomination”. He confiscated the gold coins of the American people; he melted them down and wrote up the value of the proceeds. He pretended to have compensated people for their stolen gold by giving them Federal Reserve notes in exchange. These notes have, in hardly more than a generation, lost 90 percent of their purchasing power.