Great Question from Anthony Migchels of RealCurrencies!
What in the world has happened to Brother Nathanael Kapner?
Some time ago, he came out with all guns blazing against Ron Paul’s monetary ‘reform’ program. He had been supporting him wholeheartedly for years. But he clearly awoke to the key issue: control of the money supply and Usury.
He made three videos, two denouncing Paul’s Austrianism and one with a clear call for interest-free Treasury Money, saying ‘monetary reform is the mother of all reform’.
This was a major U-turn and quite manly: to act on new insights, even after having invested quite a bit, including reputation, into a mistaken notion. It was much needed too. With his powerful voice, his videos typically get anywhere between thirty and a hundred thousand views, I considered it a bit of a watershed.
The Alternative Media still has not come to terms with the devastating blow that Ron Paul dealt to both our agenda and credibility and even now many leading outlets treat him with the respect and sycophancy he so very little deserves. We helped him disable the Movement in both the 2008 and 2012 elections and very few have recanted since, even in the face of the ever more transparent facts, including the breathtaking betrayal of supporting Romney, a move that was the plan from the very beginning.
But then the Brother simply took down the videos. Here’s the one called ‘a Plan to End the Fed‘ below. It’s now private.
And recently he posted a video called ‘a six point plan to end Jewish Rule’, without a word about monetary reform!!
Several people have been asking him for an explanation, but he doesn’t say a word.
I find this most disturbing. Something has happened, that much is clear. I’d sure like to know what.
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