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From: Jack Venrick
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To:  Property Rights & Freedom Groups, Washington House & Senate, Media, Friends
Andy Gause, a monetary historian was interviewed by George Noory last night on Coast To Coast AM. 
Mr. Gause gave a brilliant interview.
Here is the short list of what he said last night on 570AM talk radio. 
Andy Gause site is https://www.andygause.com/index.php   He has been on some 1000 TV & radio appearances, check out his biography and credentials on his site. 

Here are high points from my notes on the interview FYI.
1.  Goldman Sachs is the lead bank of the American Wall Street banks.
2.  Henry Paulson's Resume - Coincidentally is also the new Chairman of The Nature Conservancy

ARLINGTON, VA — May 30, 2006 — Steve McCormick, president and CEO of The Nature Conservancy highlighted the leadership of out-going Nature Conservancy Board Chairman Henry M. Paulson,

who today was nominated by President Bush to be the next Secretary of the Treasury.

“Hank has brought leadership and strength to this organization through critical times,” said Steve McCormick, president and CEO of The Nature Conservancy. “Hank has an unmatched passion and commitment for conservation. A tireless advocate, he has been a voice for environmental issues at the highest levels of business and government. His mark on the Conservancy is indelible, and I know he will bring his visionary global perspective to the Department of the Treasury.”


In addition to serving as chairman and CEO of The Goldman Sachs Group, Paulson has served as Chairman of The Nature Conservancy’s Board of Directors since January of 2004. An ardent conservationist, Paulson joined the Conservancy’s Board of Directors in October of 2001. Paulson also was a driving force behind the Conservancy’s Asia Pacific Council, an advisory board comprised of public and private sector leaders created to help promote conservation and sustainable development across the Asia-Pacific region.

Under Paulson’s tenure, The Nature Conservancy made significant gains in global conservation and in strengthening governance and accountability. As Chairman, he played key roles helping define the organization’s global conservation vision, expand into new geographies and enhance the organization’s partnerships with the private and public sectors.

3.  U.S. accumulated debt is somewhere between $14 to 40 trillion

4.  Mr. Gause is suggesting it is better to nationalize the "Federal Reserve"

5.  Top 16 Bank Holding Companies per his site

Rank   Name  City State
 1  Citigroup Inc.
 New York
 2  J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
 New York
 3  Bank of America Corporation
 Charlotte  NC
 4  Wachovia Corporation
 Charlotte  NC
 5  Wells Fargo & Company
 San Francisco
 6  Bank One Corporation
 7  Taunus Corporation
 New York  NY
 8  Fleetboston Financial
 Boston  MA
 9  U.S. Bancorp
 Minneapolis  MN
 10  ABN Amro North American Holding Company
 Chicago  IL
 11  HSBC North America Inc.
 Buffalo  NY
 12  Suntrust Banks, Inc.
 Atlanta  GA
 13  National City Corporation
Clevland  OH
 14 The  Bank of New York Company , Inc.
 New York
 15  Fifth Third Bancorp
 Cincinnati  OH
 16  BB&T Corporation
 Winston-Salem  NC

6.  Who owns the Federal Reserve Banks? per his site      
Wednesday, 01 October 2003

The Federal Reserve Banks are a privately owned consortium controlled by the eight major stock-holding families:

  1. The Rothschilds of England and Germany,
  2. Moses Seif of Italy,
  3. Lazard Freres of France,
  4. the Warburgs of Germany,
  5. Kuhn-Loeb of Germany,
  6. Goldman-Sachs of the United States,
  7. Lehman Brothers of the United States, and the
  8. Rockefellers of the United States.
Only three of these families are American.
  • This small group decides the fates of hundreds of millions of people by their financial policies and maneuvers.
  • It was Baron Meyer Amschel Bauer Rothschild, (born in 1744 and died in 1812), who said,
  • "Give me control over a nation's currency and I care not who makes it's laws
Now we can see how global agendas are launched by only a handful of global super elites
Alex Jones of www.infowars.com and www.prisonplanet.com was also on Coast To Coast
This global central banking, one world government is very real, whether you believe it or not
American CON..gress, CO..urts & Executioners are puppets to these 8 private financials mobs
This illusion of darkness has been created by these 8 global financial mobs who control governments around the world as well as...
Thus the lies, disinformation, distortion being created, e.g. 
  1. "man caused global warming"
  2. "endangered species"
  3. "critical areas"
  4. "wet lands"
  5. "growth management"
  6. "sustaining development"
  7. "direct" taxes,
  8. wars
  9. "Federal Reserve"
  10. "Social Security"
  11. "Welfare"
  12. "Medicare"
  13. "emergency" services
  14. "Home Security"
  15. "National Guard"
  16. FBI, CIA,
  19. ad nausea
You name the people's guilt or phobia or ignorance or needs or wants and...
These 8 groups of elites have created a dementia like plaque upon the minds of  free people
May God Take Her Quickly
May God Deliver Another Miracle To Restore My Mother Country To The Freedoms & Liberties We NEVER HAD BEFORE
Jack Venrick
Enumclaw, Washington      

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Henry M. Paulson, Jr. Elected Chairman of The Nature Conservancy Board of Governors

Goldman Sachs CEO to Lead the Board of the World's Largest Conservation Organization

Arlington, VA—January 20, 2004—The Nature Conservancy's Board of Governors today announced that Henry M. "Hank" Paulson Jr., chairman and CEO of The Goldman Sachs Group Inc., has been unanimously elected as the new chairman of the organization's national Board of Governors.

Paulson currently serves as a member of the Board and as co-chair of the Conservancy's Asia Pacific Council. In this role, he has helped the Conservancy work with a variety of partners, from national governments to local village councils, to protect Asia's many natural wonders.

Henry M.

Henry M. "Hank" Paulson
© The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

"Conserving the diversity of plant and animal life on Earth is a mission of vital importance, and something I care deeply about," said Paulson. "I was drawn to The Nature Conservancy both because of its mission and because of its pragmatic, inclusive approach. An approach that, in my opinion, has produced an impressive record of achievements."

Commenting on Mr. Paulson's appointment, Carol Dinkins, the retiring chair, said, "Hank's love for, and commitment to, conservation is well known. That, combined with his reputation as an advocate for reform and accountability in the business community, makes him particularly well suited to the lead the organization at this time."

Carol Dinkins is stepping down for health reasons.

Paulson assumes his role at a time when the Conservancy is undergoing a comprehensive review of its organizational governance and accountability. Recently, he was a leading advocate for the creation of an independent panel, led by governance expert Ira M. Millstein, to work with him and the Board of Governors in helping develop and implement a set of recommendations that should enable the organization to achieve the highest standards of governance in the not-for-profit sector.

"All charitable organizations, including The Nature Conservancy, have a special obligation to adhere to the highest standards of integrity and transparency," said Paulson. "The Conservancy has a heritage of which it is rightfully proud. My priority as Chairman is to continue to improve the way in which organization conducts its business, while ensuring that we carry on achieving meaningful results in the field of conservation."

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