posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 08:30 AM
I watched the whole 12 minutes of the video of what I would basically describe as a 'fluff' piece that doesn't do much to touch on the most
sinister and dishonest aspects of fractional reserve banking.
The truth remains as always that they love to con the people into believing they are the ones who have come up with a solution to the problem, by
handing them the solution to the problem, by only first informing them of limited aspects of the problem. This way the problem never really gets
solved and this way the blame for that always ends up on the people, instead of the government and the oligarchs manipulating it all.
With a 14 trillion dollar national debt, an 11 trillion dollar private consumer debt, and only 3 trillion in actual cash in circulation to pay it
back, yes, they absolutely have to collapse this system as there is no way the system can work.
Yet you don't need images of Don Corleone to illustrate the hard math of the above statement. 25 trillion dollars in debt, loans made by the Fed and
the Banks, with only 3 trillion in currency speaks all by itself to something much more foul.
Do they want us to essentially take the ball into our own hands and run it as far as we can until we have to hand it off to them to print and
establish a new currency and system because they are the ones with the printing presses and vaults and tickers and ledgers?
Yeah they sure do.
Then just like the Egyptians who now have a military dictatorship instead of just a corrupt tyrant, they can turn around and say hooray the people
won! They got what they wanted.
This video is fluff, and doesn't even begin to delve into the dark heart of this system.
Designed to hit all the emotional hot buttons of retirees and police officers and fire fighters being ripped off, while evoking colorful analogies is
really just a form of propaganda that serves the system.