What chance has Australia got to establish sovereign banking?

This film is a cautionary tale for

the US and the entire First World.

In the 1960s, Argentina enjoyed a

higher Standard of Living than that

of Europe.

It has long been a prosperous nation

but unfortunately for Argentina, it’s

not a Member of the Club that rules

the world behind closed doors, namely,

our friends who control the fiat-currency-

based Federal Reserve-type, central

banking systems, which are now set up,

in virtually every country on Earth

except for Yemen and Syria (Afghanistan

and Libya were recent hold-outs…beginning

to see a pattern here?), therefore,

Argentina was subject to having the rug

pulled out fro under them, as happened in


This documentary is about the events that

led to the economic collapse of Argentina in

2001, which wiped out the middle class and

raised the level of poverty to 57.5%.

Central to the collapse was the implementation

of neo-liberal policies which enabled the swindle

of billions of dollars by foreign banks and

corporations. Many of Argentina’s assets and

resources were shamefully plundered.

Its financial system was even used for money

laundering by Citibank, Credit Suisse, and

JP Morgan.

The net result was massive wealth transfers

and the impoverishment of society which

culminated in many deaths due to oppression

and malnutrition.

(Video: around 114 mins):

Argentina’s Economic Collapse (2003)


– Alexandra