Public banking advocate Ellen Brown, author of Web of Debt, discusses her new article “Another Bank Bailout Under Cover of a Virus.” Halfway through the show she agrees that my “coronavirus conspiracy theories” are plausible, saying:
“Yeah, well, I totally agree. There was Event 201. There was ID-2020. I think Microsoft has a patent on something injectable that has numbers where they can track you. And you would hear like Aaron Russo in 2005 etc, saying that was the plan, that we would all be microchipped and they could track us from one place to another. And this whole thing about contact tracing is so strange—that you would have to report all the people that you’ve been in contact with and they can’t really tell you you’ve been in contact with. You know the next thing coming is going to be some sort of injectable. Even if it’s your cell phone, it’s not only you that carries your cell phone. It might be your family. You might leave it at home or whatever. They really can’t keep track of you unless there’s something in your body. And they’ve got all kinds of patents on things that actually go in your body that not only would track where you are, but your medical history—and your banking history so they can turn your your money off at will if they want to.
“And the vaccine is going to be toxic. I wrote 10 books on health and alternative health care and the politics of health care before I wrote three books on banking. And that’s what actually got me into banking. Because I could see that it was one big cartel and where they got their power was from the power to create money. But anyway, in the course of all that, I personally became quite convinced that vaccines don’t work…”