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This is how the monetary system works - and its no funny [Economics]
posted January 29 2013 15:12.39 by Giorgos Lazaridis


Among many different documentaries showing how banks steal people and how the federal bank works against any law and constitution, this one is by far the most complete. It seems kinda "kiddy" because the whole documentary uses animations, but it is very well put together. It explains what money was, what money is, and how the banks began to affect wealth.

You must watch this video at least twice... (every month)

In my country, Greece, the same kind of treason happened a few years ago putting us in a long depression, as happened in the US from 1930 to 1940, which was named "The Great Depression". I'm sure that after a decade or so, a fancy name will be given in remembrance...

[Link: doctordude]

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  • At 29 January 2013, 15:44:39 user cheerio wrote:   [reply @ cheerio]
    • check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qIhDdST27g
      pretty good to understand what's going on and will be

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