The Real Slavery that Americans Are Trapped In---& a Plan for Escape?
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
February 23, 2017 12:41pm CST
The meat of the video (which my 'typical American' attention-span/memory doesn't let me remember whether it has anything specifically to do with the Rothschild-family) https://youtu.be/hE5Sw8qJ-g0 is that privately-owned banks--though their ability to create lack- & surplus-of money--essentially destroy the American Dream. The American money-system is (or ought to be) too complicated for any one person to totally understand every part-of (e.g. most citizens' point-of-view is that "more money (besides being a bigger responsibility for the person who has it) lets you buy more stuff"; but the point-of-view from 'a step back' lets you see that 'more money' only lets you 'buy more stuff' if everyone else has no money-increase, because--if everyone else's money increases--greedy price-setters adjust the price accordingly & you can only buy as much as you could before!) So, it seems that Americans are doomed to pay more-&-more to have less-&-less. I don't see the whole picture either (I mean, maybe 'paying more-&-more to have less-&-less' will lead us to The Star Trek-Future where there is no money & everything belongs to whoever needs to use it ). Is that the way out of the trap?
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
23 Feb 17
That, and I'm not talking about extra stuff you don't need; you HAVE to buy more 'food,' right? But--thanks in large part to banks--the same amount of work earns the same amount of money that buys less-&-less food (and if you ask for higher wages, that just gives the restaurants-stores-etc. an excuse to charge MORE & make all money a little less-powerful ) Hey! Maybe a solution is to start a restaurant-or-store that works on a barter-system. Sure, customers can barter money; but then it's usually "more-efficient" to barter other things like jewelry, groceries, or waitstaff- or dishwashing- or cooking-services