We recently came across a 30 minute animated film that documents what is wrong with our banking system, and how it became a system of perpetual economic slavery.  Contrary to popular belief, the economy is not falling apart because of mistakes made by investment bankers.  What is happening is by design. The economy is disintegrating because this is part of a long term agenda.  The following movie will be a history lesson for some, and we strongly recommend that all of our readers watch it. It is similar to the documentary America: Freedom to Fascism by Aaron Russo, except for being shorter, comical, and a cartoon.


Ingrid Wickes
# Ingrid Wickes 2013-12-24 11:20
I've seen this video before... a few times now..

It's sensationalized and biased... it has a few things that are very true, but the facts have been twisted into negatives to fit the video's bias.

Example: There is nothing wrong with fractional reserve banking when the banks are the ones fronting the risks involved.. the problem is with moral hazard (and by extension, allowing bailouts or shifting risk to the public through the government,) and corruption... but this video presents it all as if it's the same problem.

Anyway... stuff like this just aggravates me since the kinds of people who push videos like this around tend to present it to the general public who'll buy into it without knowing any better (it's a complicated subject, I don't expect everyone to just grasp it easily) or being able to verify such things for themselves...

And when I argue the points around this video, most people won't accept that the real situation is more like of a gradient of grays, with a lot of it being brighter than the few dark ends.. People want it in black and white, they want one clear 'wrong' and clear 'right' so they feel better about life and can sleep at night. They want to be able to point a finger at one thing, or the entire system as a whole, and say it's horrible... that way they can externalize their own faults and failures on their environment and feel like a victim instead of feeling at fault for their own mistakes.

Humans are flawed that way.. videos like this play to it...

But at least the creators of this video got something that's popular thanks to the way they presented it.. I'm sure they made a nice bit of coin off the ads and attention this brought them.

On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 11:29 AM, Ingrid Wickes wrote:


Try to ignore the silliness of this and tell me what you think.
Richard Story
# Richard Story 2014-04-04 18:58
The reality of the video is factual - does it cover everything, no, it would be impossible in that amount of time. It does, however, lay out how the system works in its most basic form and, to me, that is its greatest value.

Doing this removes the shroud that covers the whole subject and one can feel a bit more causative about it and perhaps not just jump in with both feet and a blindfold on.

Definitely worth watching and I would watch it more than once to make sure I got the principles involved, it certainly covers them!

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