Here’s a particularly interesting passage:
Baldwin’s view of the financial industry is darker than Paul’s, and it comes from a different place. Where Paul worries about the influence of the Federal Reserve, Baldwin compares “international bankers” to “the money changers in the temple,” rousted out by Jesus. “It’s been the desire of some, throughout history, to merge the world economically,” Baldwin says. “This is all driven by greed, money, and power. The thing these people always lacked was the technology to make this possible. Now it’s there, and there are forces in business and in government that desire to create a global economy, and you canâ€™t have a global economy unless you have global government to run it.”
Read the entire piece here.