I don't watch Alex Jones. I did watch his 'Obama is a neoconfacistilluminatipuppet' movie while I was drunk and I admit it was entertaining.
I don't see what the big deal is with the Bilderberg group. As far as I know it's a group of intellectuals that Henry Kissinger belongs to that meets every year to get drunk and discuss whatever it is they discuss. It sounds pretty boring to me. I hardly think that any plots to rule the world are discussed at a social gathering of really old drunks that play golf and write opinion pieces about labor economics and geopolitics.
Yeah, I think we should hand over the keys of the country's money creation system to the U.S. Congress. That would be a much better "solution" to the insidious, dastardly, evil system in place currently. That was sarcasm btw.
I'm not a fan of nationalizing the banks. Not. One. Bit. The problem isn't the Federal Reserve, the problem is government spending. That's rule #1 of inflation, it's not caused by the fed "printing money", it's caused by reckless government spending. And where does it say that the fed controls the debt, credit and money supply? There is the U.S. Treasury you know.
I don't understand the hate for the fed. They really don't have all the power people claim they do and much of their policy is, in fact, dictated by the U.S. Congress. They are independently audited every year, and the results of those audits are made public.
If you ever get a chance, you should read Alan Greenspan's memoirs. It's called 'The Age of Turbulence'. I read it a couple years ago and it was very insightful.