Brilliant Video Explains ‘Funny Money’

One of the best videos I’ve seen in a long time is a 47-minute piece I discovered yesterday on the website of Elizabeth Kucinich. Elizabeth is the wife of Dennis Kucinich, a United States Congressmen who attempted to run for president early in the campaign. He has also led the effort to impeach Bush in the past few months and strikes me as a man of integrity and sincerity. He certainly doesn’t dance to the tune of the power elite.

This videotape appearing on Elizabeth’s website is another contribution the Kucinichs have made to wake America up and create substantial change. The topic of the film is money and how it works. The video explains the shennanigans of bankers, and how the fraud started in the beginning. History is simplified for the sake of clarity, but the movie pointedly asks near the end, “Did all this happen by accident or is it conspiracy?” After watching what came before, anyone would find it very hard to answer “accident.”

The film incorporates humor and explains things simply yet profoundly. It’s the best explanation of how money is created by debt that I’ve yet found. Even I who thought I understood this material learned quite a few new things here. The video would be perfect for playing at a public presentation on the New World Order, but you’ll need to add to it if you use it for that, since it only explains money, not the entire scope of the conspiracy.

At the end, the film makes suggestions for how we might restore a sustainable economic system – excellent suggestions to think about. This is a moderately worded video that could well wake up our sleeping friends when harsher presentations cause them to cover their ears. The style is moderate, but the impact is earth-shaking. Their illusions will be shattered before they’ve had time to run from the messenger. But because the information is not presented in fear, but rather in the spirit of understanding and solution-seeking, it has a very uplifting effect while shattering at the same time.

A middle-of-the-roader sent the video to me, and it had rocked her world. Let’s watch it, rejoice in it, and get it out there, folks. I’m not sure how long Elizabeth will have it on her website, so make sure you don’t miss it.

To view the film, click here.

Bronte Baxter

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