posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 11:22 PM
Originally posted by ioweagle
describing a paper trail
it was there b4 comps
film sets up with a 9 bil example taken from a text book couting a 9k ammount.
So? The maths are the same, just the amount has been raised to better illustrate the example in terms of countries rather than individuals.
There was never any money to start with. where would money come from and how would things appreciate if money was actually tangable?
That is the whole point of the film. If money has no actual backing, like the old Greenback did, then how could it be used as a currency when it has
nothing to give it value?
omg please, linking tottaly unrelated facts 1 after the other
ok i get the point, money doesnt matter, money doesnt exist.
it all goes back to the point, there was never any money
It is not saying money does not exist, it is saying that without something to back it up (ie. a gold standard) that therefore the money is essentially
useless and worth nothing.
debt free only when we dont have money or it doesnt exist
cant take any more, please if i missed a big point tell me
Oh boy oh boy did you miss the point COMPLETELY. How about watching the entire documentary before you start to make things up hey?
and those are my notes i took before i could take no more. We are ruled by a system and the system involves money.
Aaaaand your point is? If you had have actually watched the rest of the film it quite adequately explains all these things, so therefore I will not
bother wasting my time.
I ABHORE it when people spout off so sanctimoniously about a subject and yet they refuse to complete the actual research when in fact it's completion
will generally answer the questions. That is the whole point. Introduction. Body. Conclusion. It sounds as if you didn't even make it to the end of
My god man, if you wish not to look so ignorant from now on how about you sit down and watch the entire documentary THEN come on here and discuss it.
Until then I throw my hands up in disbelief at the complete and utter ignorance.
[edit on 4/10/2008 by Kryties]