John TitusJohn Titus produces videos and films about financial and monetary events that undercut the rule of law. Titus worked as an electrical engineer in the space industry before law school. In 1994 he began his legal career at Roper & Quigg, a patent litigation boutique that insisted on technical precision in advocating cases built on storytelling techniques. The firm’s long track record of major successes against much bigger law firms came to an end when it was acquired by a global corporate law firm some time after Titus made partner. In 2007-08, Titus became interested in the growing disconnect between reality and financial media reporting, which seemed to go out of its way to avoid so much as mentioning fraud—a disconnect that only grew bigger once the Federal Reserve launched the first of many quantitative easing programs. In early 2011, as the financial crisis metastasized into a fraudulent foreclosure and eviction crisis, Titus temporarily left the practice of law to produce Bailout (2012), a feature-length documentary about the crisis that he co-wrote with the late John Fox, his stand-up comedian friend and neighbor who narrated the film and was part of the film’s road trip to Las Vegas. Not yet knowing how to use a camera when Bailout was produced, Titus hired a director and crew. In early 2013, Titus resolved to learn how to make videos with his own hands after seeing a PBS Frontline episode, “The Untouchables,” which so thoroughly exposed the Department of Justice’s failure to investigate Wall Street in the wake of the financial crisis that the head of the DOJ’s Criminal Division was forced to resign the next day. Titus began releasing his own solo video productions on YouTube later that year and hasn’t looked back.
His presentation is titled “Did BlackRock Originate the Federal Reserve’s Unprecedented Pandemic Response Six Months Beforehand?”
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17th Annual AMI Monetary Reform Conference, 2021
Friday, 5th of November 2021
10:00 AM CDT