Nearly 100 years after its creation, the power of the U.S. Federal Reserve has never been greater. Markets and governments around the world hold their breath in anticipation of the Fed ... See full summary »
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Think about living your life blind from birth and then....
Think about living your life blind from birth and then one day getting some sight back. That's what watching "Money As Debt" I, II, and III did for me. Then "The Money Masters" helped, too.
No big audiences for these movies, but IMHO, this stuff should be in every school. It will help you live better and it might even save your life. Or your kids' lives.
Bold statements. But you can't protect yourself from an enemy you can't see and don't know about. Watch and learn about the people who get rich by making you work harder and end up with less. Here's a hint: It's not who you think it is. They're good at hiding.
Schools won't teach you about them, either. I studied Economics, Government and Finance at some of the best schools, but this stuff somehow wasn't part of any course.
Why does it get left out? Watch and learn. This is stuff we don't *know* we don't know about. That makes us blind and helpless, which is the way some people like it. Presidents of the United States have been killed to keep us that way.
There's lots more, but once you've seen these first 4 movies, you'll know where to look and you'll be able to find lots more.
I'm not going to make this review any longer. But please, watch these *great* movies!
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