It is exactly what Anthony Wile criticized on Wednesday in his well-received column on National Socialist economics. When we examine Hades's verbiage closely we come up with all sorts of code words.
Let's break it down a little. Hades wants to do away with "greed" in order to create an "ethical" financial system. He wants decision makers to take a critical look at such issues as debt and independent central banks.
He wants "debt and its alluring promises to disappear." He wants government to print money directly to pay for deficit spending.
All of this is directly taken from tracts such as Ellen Brown's Web of Debt, in our view. Ms. Brown has made a terrific impact with her book and many people are taking up her ideas.
The only problem is that they don't understand these ideas were tried in Germany especially by Adolf Hitler. It was Hitler's usage of them that supposedly provided Germany with its "economic miracle."