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Video: Big Banks, the Federal Reserve, and All the Rest of Us

Written by Gary North on August 9, 2014

Sadly, it ain’t me . . . or even you.

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2 thoughts on “Video: Big Banks, the Federal Reserve, and All the Rest of Us

  1. 1baronrichsnot1 says:

    Geico and warren buffet, appealing to greed, somehow if you buy their product you can keep all the money being stolen in plain sight from you! It is now a common commericial, how much you can save, after they lobby for double health insurance for a drivers license so these companies can make more dinero! The commercials are quite stupid, they don't make sense, and illustrate false pretense with absurditity! I don't even see how they would sell anything for these companies!

  2. Grumpy Old Man says:

    That is a cute video, but I wonder if it really means anything. Pieces of paper with government printing on them don't have any intrinsic value. Who do you think the made-of-money man represents? To me "he" represents the stupid people that don't understand money but act and speak as if they do. Money is based on a "faith" or "trust" in people that it will keep its value until you can spend it, i.e. pass it on to someone else. When that faith is betrayed the "system" will collapse. If the money man chances by you then you get a little happy feeling because you now have something you didn't have before and you didn't work for it. The benefit is temporary and baseless. Reality has a way of rearing its head when you least expect it and least desire it. Good luck to all the stupid thoughtless people out there that think bad things can't happen because it has not happened yet.