There is hope! It comes from creative thinkers who put their thoughts into actions that inspire and empower others. Here are two films that do exactly that:
- Where to Invade Next by the most wonderful Michael Moore from Flint, Michigan – based on ‘what ifs’ that could all become possible;
- The Big Short by American Adam McKay – based on the reality of the financial crisis in 2008-2009.
This email from David Pidcock makes the link to the UK Bradbury Pound as the MODEL for GOVERNMENT rather than BANK issued money as the basis for dishonest money in circulation:
“HONESTY, EVEN IF DEEMED STUPID, IS A FAR BETTER BASIS FOR FINANCE, THAN THE MOST ADROIT FINESSE”
H.M. SECRETARY TO THE TREASURY JOHN BRADBURY WHO ISSUED £500,000 TREASURY NOTES TO SAVE THE BANK OF ENGLAND FROM BANKRUPTCY IN 1914
The Big Short
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Inside Job is a remarkable film by a remarkable maker: Charles Ferguson – an advisor of high tech companies and governments.
The best players are those who declined interviews.
Unfortunately, the events only start in 1933, not in 1694 when the Bank of England was founded and 1913 when the Federal Reserve was founded…
Finance is too important to be left to financiers,
Charles Ferguson tol POLITICO.