Money’s creation and distribution is not in the hands of the government as most people believe. Money has, over time, become the exclusive domain of private banking and financial industries. Applying centuries of persistence and legislation, the banking industry’s money products, their distribution and reclamation into maturing principal on bank loans have been successfully married to the economy and law.
Not unlike the depression, millions of people today are experiencing an economy insufficienly sustained by financial processes. In addition they are asked to stand behind their government to bailout an unsustainable system. Is this crisis really an opportunity to do something else withthe economy that our depression ancestors overlooked?