Archive for the 'Father Coughlin' Category

5 May, 2019

Posted by Socrates in America, Charles Coughlin, Charles Lindbergh, Father Coughlin, global citizens, global government, globalization, Huey Long, populism, Socrates, Trump, Trump and Making America Great Again, Trump's border wall, Trump's policies, Trumpphobia at 2:32 pm | Permanent Link

They hated Richard Nixon. But they really, really, severely hate Trump. Why? I could type for awhile about this topic, but let’s keep it simple: Reason #1: Trump is a populist. Meaning, among other things, that he’s unconventional and unpredictable compared to “mainstream” conservatives. He champions “the little guy/the average guy” which makes him popular […]

26 August, 2014

Posted by Socrates in bankers, banking, central banking, economics, economy, Father Coughlin, Federal Reserve system, Hitler, Jewish money-magic, Socrates at 7:44 pm | Permanent Link

Father Charles Coughlin advocated abolishing the privately-owned Federal Reserve system and creating a federal-government-owned-and-run central bank [1]. A great idea (and slightly different from what I attributed to Coughlin previously)[2]. Government-owned-and-run banking could, in theory, be free, except for small fees for paperwork – not-for-profit, in other words. Anyway, the West’s central bankers (who are […]