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SCG Masterpiece: The Best Kept Secrets of the Dollar

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Economically ignorant video

Economically ignorant video that does not deserve to be on DP.

I have like other of his videos. This is sad.

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the Daily Paul!

Great video!

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--Voltaire

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Am I the Only One Who Sees A Problem With This Video?

Their are some good points especially stuff about the FED and the elite controlling the system but in this video but much of what I heard is BS in my opinion.

The narrator says that because we chase $ we are enslaved to work.. Is he imply that if their was no money we wouldn't have too work? I'm pretty sure people worked their asses off before money. Hunting farming and creating things to barter and trade so that you can get things you need that they are not skilled enough to make themselves. Its sounds to me like he has a UTOPIA idea that the world without money. The truth is no person or family can make everything you need to survive so we would at least need to barter for things. If you are going to barter you need to hunt or gather or farm or make things in excess to trade away. You would still need to work hard to gain the things you need to survive.

Whats wrong with working to gather more than you need for security?

The stuff about the FED is really good but the first 2 mins of this video is BS

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No, in my understanding

No, in my understanding what he denounces is the enslavement of the people(s) to a fake money monetary system, with no backing assets.

One which also happens to use the same single fiat currency as the reserve currency of the world forced onto everybody, including for the trade of oil, a major strategical resource.

I've watched several of his videos. Not once I heard him speak like he'd be advocating some collectivism. His main assessment, though, regularly revolves around the utterly fraudulent global system of things which has denied natural capitalism long ago.

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I Think You Are Right

his point was supposed to be more about how we are enslaved to the fiat currency scheme but the first 2 mins he talked more about how we work jobs we hate to eat, have a roof over our heads and buy things for social status. Once he got on point about a the fake currency and the FED it was great.

Great video.

Nice job.

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BUMP. Indeed.

BUMP. Indeed.

SCG does an amazing job of education to expose the ugly truth. Once again.

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Glad that the most important part was mentioned!

The interest portion of debt does not exist! It enslaves...

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Just like running after a mirage

Just like running after a mirage, on an endless road, under a killing sun.

What's also saddening and scary, as he points out, is that most of the enslaved, programmed masses around us would/will nevertheless argue fiercely they're still "free"... believing they earn "money" or get it cleverly from dear govt.

Creepy, isn't it?

http://www.dailypaul.com/275696/bank-fraud-in-ten-minutes

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Brilliant video free of propaganda and packed full of facts.

Lord Acton, Lord Chief Justice of England, 1875 - "The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the People v. The Banks."