Friday, March 13, 2015

Money as Debt (Full-Length Feature Video)

 "If the people only understood the rank injustice of our money and banking system, there would be a revolution before morning." -Franklin D. Roosevelt, November 1933
Worried about the economy? Dollars not going as far as they used to? Well, you're certainly not alone in your sentiments. Yet everyone seems to have an explanation, or a reason why it is like this, often blaming their neighbors for the economic woes of the world, rather than the folks who operate a terminally flawed economic system. Don't expect things to get better anytime soon. Under our current economic structure, collapse is a mathematical certainty. When exactly it will happen, and how the collapse will be managed are anyone's guess. But who will benefit? The very few who implemented this system, and no one else. Even if you are still comfortable, and not really feeling the economic pinch yet, have no fear, the check is in the mail. You are not immune from the woes that others are feeling now through little fault of their own.

If you think you understand how the economy works, think again. Very few people actually do, so don't be ashamed, and don't be blinded by arrogance thinking that you are special and that you actually do know better than most people. We all think that. Sure, you may have taken a few economics classes in school, but you were never taught the bare-bones truth of how our economy works. So please, take the next 47 minutes to watch the following video. It affects each and every last one of us. You might very well agree that this is hands down the single most important and eye-opening educational video of our time.

Hudson Valley Wire is proud to present, Money as Debt...



Want to learn more? Visit www.moneyasdebt.net

To learn even more, support the creators of this video, by purchasing your DVD copy of the sequels after clicking the link to Moonfire Studios.  (HVWire was not paid or compensated for this endorsement, we are just making it in good faith to support good work and independent media.)

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