About Paul Hellyer’s new book, “The Money Mafia”
Exposing perceived fault lines in our banking and financial systems and explaining how unemployment could be cut in half in two years and worldwide prosperity restored, this book argues the existence of exotic energy sources to replace fossil fuels and consequently recommends an immediate end to fracking and offshore drilling for oil. It further urges an immediate worldwide mobilization to replace the energy source in every car, truck, tractor, ship, airplane, and house on Earth in seven years in a desperate effort to save the planet from further overheating.
The book blasts government secrecy, and more than 65 years of supposed lies and disinformation, and demands full disclosure of what they know about visitors from other realms and their technology and the extent of their collaboration, including any treaties that may have been signed by them. With more than 65 years of participation in and observation of political and economic systems—beginning with the Great Depression, extending through World War II, the postwar era of hope for a better life, the Cold War, the subjugation of democracy by oligarchy, and the subtle but continuous militarization of America—Paul T. Hellyer analyzes what he believes has gone wrong with the world and its economy and suggests radical measures to introduce a universal culture of peace and cooperation.
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Quotes on the Book
“Paul Hellyer challenges my thinking about the economy more than any book I have read. The underlying thrust behind his views is that there are moral and spiritual implications in the economic and political decisions that leaders make.”
Albert H. Quie, Former Member of U.S. Congress
“Paul Hellyer’s book is a welcome addition to the growing chorus of voices speaking out for monetary reform. More government money and less privately created money can help stop us from sinking further and further into debt. And I like his economics of hope through more investment to meet human needs, full employment, and fair incomes.”