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If you have the courage, I will show you the future of moneyG. Edward Griffin, Conference Chairman
LOOKING TO THE PASTDuring the early 1990s, when I was immersed in writing The Creature from Jekyll Island; A Second Look at the Federal Reserve, I traveled around the United States presenting a one-day seminar called Crash Course on Money. It was surprisingly successful considering the fact that I was an unknown author and, at that time, the Federal Reserve was a definite ho-hum topic.
But, as the saying goes, mighty oaks from little acorns grow. Since then, the seeds of truth have sprouted and, although the oak forest is still young, there is little doubt that, eventually, it will replace the weeds and thorn bushes of deception in this thing called money. That, however, is where the plot thickens.
The High Priests of Money, in their temples called Central Banks, understood this long before I did. They anticipated that their arcane secrets eventually might be revealed to the world and they would have to invent a new deity to replace it. That deity has been invented and is called Distributed Ledger Technology. Its beta model is called Blockchain, and its first use for money is called Bitcoin. New models are being tested and the field is in rapid development. The end of this process is a cashless society, which will place humanity under micro control by the same High Priests who now control fiat money.
Please re-read that paragraph. As outrageous as it may sound to cryptocurrency enthusiasts, I believe it’s an accurate summary of the monetary transition that now is underway. Its development is under close supervision of the High Priests and being offered to the faithful as a mysterious and benevolent new god.
That’s not to say that cryptocurrencies are evil, because they do, indeed, contain the potential for great benefit, but this digital coin has a back side. Cryptos are like guns. They can be used for good or evil depending on who is using them.
LOOKING TO THE FUTUREThe High Priests understood this long ago and decided not to just wait and see how it all turns out. They wanted to be sure that control will be in their hands. They quietly took the lead in its development and even its promotion while pretending to be opponents – exactly as they did in the days leading to the creation of the Federal Reserve. Those who have read my book will recall that, having drafted the Federal Reserve Act themselves, top bankers publicly spoke against it, knowing that those who would normally oppose the measure would be fooled into thinking that, since the banks are opposing it, it must be good.
The importance of this development is mind boggling. It goes far beyond the question of how much money you can make (or lose) by investing in Bitcoin, or which new crypto-token is poised to make you a millionaire. Even if you have no interest in such matters, cryptocurrencies involve you profoundly.
YOUR FUTURE IS PLANNED IN WAYS YOU CANNOT IMAGINECryptos are here to stay, and you will be using them even if you don’t want to. Why? Because the High Priests are building the mechanism to facilitate that, and their political friends in government are drafting laws to force you to use it.
Your future is being planned in ways you cannot imagine. If you are like most, you probably have no knowledge of this and no reliable source to acquire that knowledge – which brings us to the purpose of this conference.
You can’t fix something without knowing what’s wrong with it. Knowing that fiat money and controlled cryptocurrency can produce horrendous effects is not enough. We must know why they produce those effects, what system would be better, and how to bring that system into reality. We also must know how to protect ourselves in the meantime.
NOT ABOUT INVESTINGSome speakers will address the speculative nature of the market, including how they think insane profits still can be made, but the main thrust of this event is far beyond profit vs. loss. It’s about what our future will hold if the trend is not reversed – and how to have a monetary system that is better than either fiat or crypto.
WATCH LIVE STREAM AT HOMEAlmost everyone wants to meet the speakers and make new friends – there is a lift of energy and morale that comes from that – but physical attendance is not possible for most. That’s why we have made considerable effort to deliver a high-quality live stream of the main event. It will be broadcast on the Internet and can be viewed on demand for seven days. The cost is incredibly low, especially if you share your viewing time with friends. So, if traveling to Paso Robles is not an option, do yourself a big favor and make a reservation now for the live stream. You’ll be glad you did,
G. Edward Griffin.
Friday 2018 December 74:00 – 5:00 pm Speakers’ briefing & walkthrough. La Bellasera Ballroom.6:00 – 8:00 Reception at Hampton Inn, sponsored by Cardio Miracle. All attendees welcome.Sunday December 99:30 – 11:30 am Leadership Council Meeting at Mr. Griffin’s retreat. Speakers invited. Breakfast.11:30 – 4:30 pm Inner Circle at Griffin retreat for those who choose this option. Champaign Brunch.30-minute drive from hotel.Saturday 2018 December 8 revised7 am RegistrationSession 18;00 (8:05) Edward Goodliffe, MC8:15 G. Edward Griffin, Money, Money, Money8:55 Patrick Wood, Fintech, Crypto, and Green9:25 Kirk Petrie, Cryptos and the Lords of Creation9:45 BreakSession 210:00 Max Wright, The Case for Cryptocurrency over Gold10:30 Alan Meyers, CPA, Why I Do Not Trust Cryptos As Money11:00 The Cashless Society and Economic Servitude, John Sneisen11:30 Q&A morning sessions.12:00 90 min lunch break. See map for places to eat within 5-minute walk.Session 31:30 Kent Lewiss, Guess Who Secretly Owns Your Favorite Crypto?2:00 Jason Stinchfield, How to Convert Cryptos into Dollars or Gold2:30 Dan Happel & Randy Pinocci, More Powerful than Money3:00 15min breakSession 43:15 Larry Hilton, Gold-Backed Cryptocurrency Is Here3:45 Jeff Berwick, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Side of Cryptocurrency4:30 Q&A for afternoon sessions5:00 2hr social & networking time. La Bellasera lobby & bar.Dinner7:00 – 9:30Enjoy dinner in a local restaurant of your choice.Dinner for General Admission and Inner-Circle ticket holders.Speakers will move to a different table for each course.