G. Edward Griffin Is Interviewed by Jeff Berwick on Collectivism as the Underlying Problem

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Jeff Berwick interviews G. Edward Griffin on many topics including secret societies and individualism vs. collectivism.  Griffin says that the way to defeat secret societies reaching for global power is to take away the tool of collectivism, which they need to maintain control over the population. They also discuss cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, which is challenging traditional bank and state control over money. -GEG

 

 

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Even more underlying is psychology. Where should we suppose collectivism comes from? It comes from the introduction of psychology into our society, in our schools, in our churches and in our government.