This article is a review-analysis of Shelley Ann Clark’s book, the Sale of a Nation. Shelley was an executive assistant of the third top negotiator in the Canadian negotiating team that finalized the controversial 1988 Free Trade Agreement with the United States (FTA; Not to be confused with NAFTA). In retrospect, the aforesaid agreement turned out to be an act of deliberate vandalism against the Canadian nation.
Enron imploded in October 2001. The proximity to 9-11, in terms of timing, was initially dismissed as America’s bad fortune. But a growing body of evidence suggests that the implosion of Enron may have been closely tied to the events of 9-11. The following is an attempt to connect the dots between Enron and 9-11.
While much has been written about how the Federal Reserve benefits certain private parties and how it generates money out of thin air, this paper delves deeper into the operation of the Federal Reserve as an instrument of war, and its historical role as a primary enabler of armed international conflict. A comparison is done with an analogous monetary institution, the Bank of Canada, to show that the Federal Reserve is being operated differently, with war being its chief historical focus.