An Insider's Memoir: How Economics Changed to Work Against Us From Smith to Marx to Bitcoin
Do you wonder;
• Why is there so much national debt?
• Where has the middle class gone?
• Why do my kids have less opportunity than I did?
If so, this book is for you!
• 97% of money is created by the banks, not by governments.
• The Federal Reserve is a private bank controlled by private banks.
• Adam Smith did not say an invisible hand guides the markets.
• Government debt was static until the mid-1970’s and has soared since.
• Milton Friedman and Alan Greenspan both admitted to fundamental economic errors.
• About 1/3 of an average persons’ spending is goes to banks as interest.
• Corporations are using treaties to overrule nations and democracy.
• The TARP bank bailouts were the biggest theft in history.
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