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Central Bank Conmen-bookcover

By: Sarel J. Oberholster

Central Bank Conmen

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Where does money come from? This provocative question lies at the heart of a compelling narrative that delves into the intricate world of finance and governance. The book exposes the absolute monopoly held by governments in the creation of money, a process often shrouded in mystery and misconception. It reveals how governments, regardless of their form – be it empires, kingdoms, democracies, dictatorships, or other structures – have historically manipulated the money creation process.The narrative unfolds to show how governments, under the guise of independence, instruct central banks to generate money, thereby profiting the government at the expense of its citizens. This deception is likened to historical practices where Kings and Emperors debased precious metal coins for personal gain. In today’s digital age, the technique has evolved, but the essence remains the same: governments create money digitally and introduce it as an unrepayable debt, effectively siphoning value and wealth from the populace.This insightful book not only uncovers the hidden mechanics of monetary systems but also sheds light on the real losers in this game: everyday individuals like you and me. It’s a revealing exploration of how financial systems and governmental policies intertwine, impacting the wealth and well-being of global citizens.


Sarel J. Oberholster is an internationally published economist with over a hundred articles to his name, and he is a member of the Emerald Literati Network. He has also published two strategic trading guides for retail traders. Sarel has a keen interest in money and banking, and has worked in banking as a Senior General Manager of Treasury and Special Projects before striking out on his own as an entrepreneur. Understanding the opaque world of international money while looking past all the propaganda of vested interests has been one of his life missions. Judging economic actors by their actions, not their marketing speaks, reveals a very different world, far removed from conventional teachings on money and banking. A world of power and advantage to the players.

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