posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 11:07 AM
It is really simple. The debt based money system. Net production should equal a net increase in the money supply. Instead every increase in the money
supply is met with an increase in debt. Since debt carries an additional cost, each new unit of currency printed actually shrinks the net money
supply. It is a mathematical impossibility for things to get better for the whole under a debt based money system. All the other problems stem from
this one. You can't fix them until you fix the money system.