Money as Debt – Is Money Used to Keep You Controlled & Enslaved?

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Money as Debt is now a colorful, fast moving forty seven minute animated short feature that explores basic concepts of money creation in words and pictures that are not only clear but also enjoyable. It is intended for all audiences, including elementary school children. Money created as interest bearing bank credit is a magic trick, a fraud now three centuries old; one that very few people have seen through despite, or rather because of, its utter simplicity.

This is a system designed for elite control of people by those who have given themselves a privilege of creating money. It is also, I believe, a system that is designed for catastrophe. As the Money as Debt movie explains, there can be no sustainable civilization without a sustainable money system.

Is money a brain washing control mechanism? In the United States of America, money is basically used as debt notes. Almost all Americans from all walks of life use the official government money also known as federal reserve notes and coins.

Even these federal reserve notes plainly state that "This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private". The federal reserve allegedly prints a certain amount of paper currency each year. Also, allegedly the federal reserve charges Americans interest on this money and makes these citizens pay back this interest, therefore making them always in debt to the federal reserve.

Many Americans think of money as liberation and freedom. I'm not so sure that this is an accurate analysis of money supply in the United States. To me, money is used to control people on multiple levels.

By charging interest on a use of these debt notes then it is invariably possible to always keep people controlled, as long as they continue using this money. Is money used to keep you controlled and enslaved?

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