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G. Edward Griffin
The Creature from Jekyll Island

A Second Look at the Federal Reserve. A lecture by G. Edward Griffin, based on his book of the same title. This will shatter your old ideas about money and change the way you view the world. 89 min.

Alexander Contract
I Was A Spy for Joseph Stalin

The testimony of Alexander Contract; the story of a young Jew in Soviet Russia who became a bodyguard and secret agent for Nikita Khruschev (when he was still a minor figure in the Soviet hierarchy) and, later, for Joseph Stalin. This is an amazing eye-witness account of some of the most important events in history. 60 min.

William E. Mayer
Mind Control, The Ultimate Weapon.

A lecture by Maj. William Mayer. The Korean War was the first time in history that American prisoners never tried to escape - in spite of the fact that there were few guards and no prison walls. Most of them collaborated with their captors and informed on each other. They had been programmed into such apathy and distrust that they lost the capacity to resist. These same techniques are now being used against us all, not by a foreign enemy, but by our own institutions. The goal is a passive population incapable of resisting authority. 82 min.

Beverly Eakman
School Control: Why We Need Separation of School and State

How and why government schools are twisting the minds of our kids. A lecture by Beverly K. Eakman. The reason academic standards are so low in public schools is because the goal of federal and state planners is no longer to educate, but to indoctrinate - not to prepare children to think and reason, but to become docile workers in a global socialist society. 58 min.

Norman Dodd
The Hidden Agenda

The testimony of Norman Dodd, former staff director of the Congressional Special Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations. Mr. Dodd reveals that the major foundations, have been promoting an agenda that has nothing to do with charity or good works. The objective has been to move the U.S. into acceptance of a world government, based on the principles of socialism, which is to be ruled from behind the scenes by those same interests which control the foundations. 45 min.

Frederic Bastiat
The Law

The year is 1850. Economist and statesman Frederic Bastiat speaks passionately before the French Legislative Assembly exposing the contradictions of socialism. Is it proper for a large group to plunder a small group? Is it any different if the plunderers use the democratic process to pass laws that make their plundering legal? 82 min.

World Without Cancer
World Without Cancer; The Story of Vitamin B17 (Laetrile)

A documentary by G. Edward Griffin. This is the soundtrack of a film based on this book of the same title, which marshals the evidence that cancer, like scurvy or pellagra, is primarily a deficiency disease caused by the lack of an essential food factor missing from modern man's diet. 58 min.

Kitty Werthman
Lesson from Austria

The personal testimony of Kitty Werthman who saw Hitler's rise to power in pre-war Austria. He did not conquer by force. He was eagerly welcomed by the people because the Nazis promised free health care, retirement income, unemployment benefits, guaranteed wages, free nursery care, equal rights for women, gun control, and other enticements that now are part of the American political scene. Can we learn from Austria's mistake before it is too late? 90 min.

Politics of Cancer Therapy
The Politics of Cancer Therapy

A lecture by G. Edward Griffin. This is the story of how the pharmaceutical industry, using the power of tax-exempt foundations, was able to gain control over the nation's medical schools and, eventually, over the medical profession. It explains why surgery, drugs, and radiation have become the treatment of choice for cancer, and why non-drug alternatives are often branded as quackery. 60 min.

Davy Crockett

Douglas MacArthur

Side 1:

MacArthur's Farewell Address
The 5-star general who led American forces to victory in the Pacific during WW II addresses cadets at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1962 and closes his career. One of history's greatest orations. 33 min.

Side 2:

The year is 1833. Col. Davy Crockett runs for re-election to Congress and gets an unexpected lesson from a farmer on the meaning of the Constitution. Is it proper to give away other people's money (tax dollars) for charity? 32 min.

G. Edward Griffin and justice lecture
The Perfect Tax

If there ever could be such a thing, this is it. An address by G. Edward Griffin. This brilliant tax plan was used successfully to finance the United States government for 137 years. Explains the real reason we have an income tax (it is not to raise revenue for the government) and exposes the hidden dangers of a flat tax, national sales tax, value-added tax, and other so-called tax-reform proposals. 42 min.