Famous for the Right Reasons
If we survive the current attacks on democracy, local and national, then one of the heroes of the struggle to restore government of the people, by the people, for the people will surely be the writer and film maker, Bill Still. He has worked tirelessly to bring the truth about the debt based money system to the widest possible audience. The fact is that as long as governments rent their currencies from private banking corporations, they will not be sovereign but debtors and "the borrower is servant to the lender".
Bill put this very strongly in his first film, The Money Masters, when he pointed to the Federal Reserve building in Washington, DC, and said "there is nothing federal about it and they have no reserves".
Bill Still has just launched a new film about Jekyll Island where Wall Street bankers met to plan the Federal Reserve and deceive the American people. The venue for the meeting was The Jekyll Island Club and you can still visit the very room where the cabal met in 1910. That may be of interest to some but I would rather sit in the lounge where G.K. Chesteron and J.R.R. Tolkien enjoyed the hospitality of The Three Cups HOTEL. Both these writers, besides contributing enormously to the literary heritage of the English speaking world, were acutely aware of the evils of Banking Trusts and Cartels.
I think Tolkien and Chesterton would admire what Bill Still is doing. Another writer, who might fit in with this group would be Webster Tarpley who has campaigned against oligarchical government which does the will of big business and not that of the people.