The Money Masters is a 1996 documentary produced by Patrick S. J. Carmack and directed and narrated by William T. Still. It discusses the concepts of money, debt, and taxes, and describes their development from biblical times onward. It covers the history of fractional-reserve banking, central banking, monetary policy, the bond system, and the Federal Reserve System. It explains how throughout the history of the United States, politicans have been bribed, conned and even assassinated (including Abraham Lincoln) due to banking related policies. This documentary argues that the profit from issuing money is currently being used in the United States to benefit a few wealthy individuals. It goes further and argues that this situation should be remedied so that the profit benefits the public good, as during four periods in the history of the United States. Finally it presents a bill, the Monetary Reform Act, to implement such a remedy. As support, the film provides many quotations from notable figures including economists, members of the financial system, kings of England and United States presidents.
The Money Masters Website http://www.themoneymasters.com/
Full Text of this documentary https://archive.org/stream/TheMoneyMasters/Money_Masters_djvu.txt
Bill Still, producer of The Money Masters, talks money reform and recent events in Iceland (Nov. 19, 2015) https://youtu.be/3kSV6XkvHQc
Watch this documentary in higher resolution on Bill Still’s YouTube channel https://youtu.be/HBk5XV1ExoQ