Money As Debt full length

Money as debt is a very interesting documentary, that everyone should see. To me it was a bit shocking and a real eye-opener. It explains in a lot of ways why it is such a mess in this world….

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  1. Jon Packard says:

    I will never look at money or banks the same way again. I understand now
    that the banks will fight to the death against Bitcoin taking a firm hold
    in the economy. When I hold Bitcoin, I hold a slice of the finite amount of
    the total Bitcoin in the world. When you hold a dollar bill or have some
    numbers in your bank account, that value is always decreasing as more
    money/debt is created. Yes, Bitcoin is created over time, but at a
    decreasing rate approaching zero. This money as debt mess we’re in will
    only accelerate until it fails. It is not sustainable. I plan to have some
    other forms of wealth tucked away before that happens. Bitcoin, gold,
    land… maybe some of each.

  2. Kevin Bevan says:
  3. Colin Hammill says:

    Many people will have an idea these days about money, this explains it
    well. The link below is because it`s three-quarters of an hour long, so
    stick it in your favourites for a rainy day.
    Money As Debt full length

  4. Janet Senour says:

    So, we don’t really want the government to pay off the debt, right?

  5. Goofy says:

    Why the hell don’t they teach this in economy class in school. Those
    fucktards only taught me stupid BS (and a little bit of handy information
    for starting a bussines)

  6. Martin says:

    Money As Debt full length: http://youtu.be/e6LWqgohO4E

  7. Rumple Stiltskin says:

    The bottom line on what is money is this; Our personal labors are the only
    thing of value, and it is that value which can be traded for gold or silver
    or the debt loans from the bank. IE: Labor is the only true value of
    exchange. Money, (It is now called currency) as we know it, only makes it
    easier to make those transactions as was said by the guy in the video. The
    rest only has value because of trust. I believe that in essence that trust
    is being valued as an asset. I also believe it is criminal when anyone
    uses a subjective concept such as “Trust”, as money or value it as an asset.

    It’s like saying your belief and trust in God can be taken to the bank and
    exchanged for currency, but who is going to believe you? They’ll laugh in
    your face, but yet expect you to trust and believe in them. This is no
    more than a well orchestrated ponzi scheme, and all Ponzi Schemes fail.
    ALWAYS !!!

  8. Rumple Stiltskin says:

    More than a couple of our presidents have been assassinated because they
    were trying to regain the right of the government to issue money, instead
    of the banks. We believe that Muammar Gaddafi was also murdered because he
    was trying to set up an African currency based on gold. The bankers did
    not like that, thus the CIA helped to have him, assassinated. The only
    thing that will change this current system is a total economic collapse
    coupled with a civil war, where the current regime is replace with new
    governmental controls !!!

  9. Blanca D'Arrigo says:

    Money As Debt full length

  10. adrian outley says:

    So the stimulus package was a good move for Obama 

  11. batfly says:

    This video is a giant piece of the puzzle… There is so much more
    regarding your enslavement… You were born into debt created just for you
    before you were even born.

    The real value is human beings. Not natural resources, not animals, NO!
    Human beings fear torture and death and can be manipulated by debt into
    being “free range” slaves. 

  12. Tææn Phung says:

    No more banks, Bitcoins rise up!

  13. Robert Tornello says:
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  15. Robert Tornello says:

    2/4

  16. Skibum Willy says:

    In “Occupying Chairlifts” a simple rule tweak on inheritance ends up
    changing the direction and purpose of modern human life! Here’s a fair way
    to transition forward to where we’re rewarded for cooperating and creating
    instead of competing and conquering. It’s something specific we can demand.
    If this isnt the best answer, at least we’re thinking about what might be.
    Are we really just this close to having it work right? Oh yeah, it’s a Ski
    movie! “Occupying Chairlifts” on Youtu

  17. atuamae says:

    or you could use Nikola Tesla’s alternate current.. 😉 instead of the
    monopoly of cooper by J.P.Morgan, set by him and Thomas Edison idea, of
    direct current. The problem with monopolies is that, they’ve conditioned
    our way of life, for almost 100 years, when Tesla, wanted free energy for
    everyone.. Money, and one bunch of illuminated, decided the fate of us all.
    Batteries and the electric revolution in the car industry regarding is just
    another scheme Hydrogen market? how much will they tax ?!

  18. thomashrev . says:

    which problems does bitcoin not fix? not looking for a discussion, just got
    zero knowledge of economy.

  19. Vechs says:

    I wonder how a currency backed by electricity would function. Would require
    either tax credits to power suppliers to deliver power to a citizen who
    wanted to redeem their currency, or governments owning some power
    production facilities around the country for the purposes of providing
    electricity to people who want to redeem currency (bring your own
    batteries). As electricity is essentially the potential to do useful work
    via machines, this seems like it would be universally valuable.

  20. Todd Maiden says:

    The doublethink this guys exercises when he starts talking about
    “non-renewable resources” & “sustainable growth” is hilarious. He literally
    presents trees as a finite resource, then in the next breath says “no more
    wood is harvested than grows in the same period”. Hmmm, so are trees
    renewable or aren’t they?

  21. Andrew Bennett says:

    CHECK OUT BITCOIN!!!!

  22. adfox1nf says:

    only thought on this whole thing….things have value and money doesn’t!
    I’ve known that for a long time. Wealth is what you create and not money
    that you exchange for it! The overall economy is based on production and
    skills and NOT on consumption. If you produce more as an individual for
    those around you, their standard of living goes up regardless of any
    fictional monetary system in place. The idea that we need money derived
    from debt is a hoax!

  23. Michael Heery says:

    so the world owes 1200 trillion$ i read somewhere,.,.

  24. qwertyuiop4740584 says:

    how about water-backed currency. we all need water?

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