I suppose I should note that I strongly disagree with the solutions the creator of this piece alluded to (the “medieval” solution earlier on, as well as the ending). I also want to point out that it’s also not because I’m afraid of being targeted by the pathetic, politically driven witch hunt that has recently emerged out of the latest national tragedy either.
The simple reason why I don’t agree with the solution is because I believe it could potentially lead to our society turning into a real life version of the book/movie, “The Road,” and none of us want to live like that.
Times have changed, and instigating overly dramatic ‘old-school’ solutions to age old problems is the most likely way to create the kind of nightmare future that no one wants to deal with, not even the “conspirators.” I for one would find it unwise to frighten or threaten people that have the means and power to push a red button, and I hope I’m not alone in that regard.
Even though this video isn’t perfect, the information is spectacular, and confirms so much of what I’ve researched independently over the last decade.
Most of us are intimidated by the complex financial workings of the economy, but it is so important for everyone to start paying attention to it now, and the creator of this video did an excellent job making a video that makes banking entertaining and easy to understand.
So for all of you that wanted to know how our banking system really works (but thought it would be too time consuming and complicated), and/or wanted to know what all the fuss is about concerning the Federal Reserve, it’s probably not going to get much easier to understand than this video, and since time is no longer a luxury, the time to get informed is…
All I ask is that if you agree with the creator’s solution, please watch “The Road,” and maybe think twice.
“Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” – George Santayana
(originally posted 1-11-11)