- Details specifically why America suffered the Great Depression.
- Reveals how FDR secretly served his elitist class and betrayed impoverished voters who elected him president by intentionally deepening and extending the Great Depression.
- Confronts and dismantles John Maynard Keynes' "general theory" of economics, and calls it what it is: an intellectual cover story for predatory mercantilism (now mistakenly called "crony capitalism").
- Describes how federal law allows the Securities & Exchange Commission "discretion" to shield powerful financiers from prosecution for fraud.
- Shows the Federal Reserve System is a private banking cartel which sets anti-competitive bank interest rates and manipulates financial markets to produce enormous insider gains.
- Explains how the Federal Reserve purposely causes inflation through currency devaluation and then intentionally destroys middle class production and jobs in pretending to "fight inflation."
- Details how crude oil was pushed to $147 per barrel in "dark" trading of derivatives, while supply and demand justified no more than $45 per barrel.
- Tells how the 2006 nomination of Goldman Sachs CEO Henry Paulson Jr. as Secretary of Treasury (and "economic czar") should have been stopped in its tracks by a simple vetting process.
- Discloses the U.S. dominant elite's agenda pursued ruthlessly since 1900 to destroy the middle class, pull down the Constitution and take "full power" in a "new world order."
How does the Great Depression compare to the American dilemma today? Wayne Jett says President Obama is the new FDR. Obama pretends to champion the poor and middle class, but has installed the dominant elite's operatives in every economic post of his administration (as did Treasury secretary Henry Paulson in the previous administration). Soup lines are managed out of sight of camera lenses by use of food stamps or electronic cards. Obama's health care law achieves the elite's century-old goal of taking control of middle class access to health care as a lever to control and reverse population growth. Cap-and-trade environmental regulations seek control of middle class access to energy, so essential to prosperity.