- UNCED Earth Summit 1992
- Conversations with George W. Hunt
- Jewish Lightning
- Facebook: Corruption and Control
- Islam Receives Jesus Christ the Messiah
- Currency Derivatives – $45 Trillion Business
- Federal Reserve Closed Saturday
- Stolen Kennedy Bonds: Whodunit?
- The Arab Revolutions and The Rothschild’s
- The Big Bad Bank
- World Conservation Bank: Revisited
- New World Bank
- New World Bank: Religion & Rulers
- Utah, May 10th, 1991
- Faith and Liberty
- Conspiracy Theory
- George Hunt on The Alex Jones Show
We listen to a voice recording from the 4th WorId wilderness congress of Edmund de Rothschild who talks about the concept of the bank they have planned during this conference and how the wilderness has a part of their investments, created by Michael Sweatman.
A 5 part series titled Conversations with George W. Hunt, including his talks on Family Trusts and Foundations, Scott Paper Co. and My Lost Job, Members of Congress for Peace Through Law, Congress Does the Wishes of the Federal Reserve, and George Hunt Answers the Tough Questions by Talk Host Jann Scott. In these talks we learn more about how the big bankers and the government are moving closer and closer to a New World Order domination and almost without a choice due to pressure from the shareholders who control the Federal Reserve and that money which controls even our government and worldwide policies that effect even our beliefs as individuals.
In the second part of the Conversations with George Washington Hunt we learn about how Mr. Hunt lost his Job at a large multinational corporation because he questioned them about their pollution policies. George had sold paper products at a company, formally known as, Scott Paper Co. At a particular company meeting he was asked to put in his thoughts and ask any questions he’d like. George asked the vice presidents at Scott Paper about what kinds of plans they have for balancing out their harmful pollutions on the environment. George was approached after he headed back to work and was told that the question he asked stirred up too much dissatisfactory buzz that George speaking up for the environment and down to corporate policy is the fine line that they didn’t want to cross so they decided his time at the company had to be expelled.