Comment: "The original sin of our paper-money creation."

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"The original sin of our paper-money creation."

It's not "our paper-money creation." It's the Fed's paper money creation... there's a huge difference. If it was our paper money creation we could have lent that $16 trillion dollars to ourselves at little to no interest instead of lending it at little to no interest to all the big banks around the world over the last 3 years.

We could have lent that $16 trillion at little to no interest to state and local governments, private companies who produce and manufacture goods here the US, natural resource development, infrastructure, transportation, the railways, public utilities, hospitals, schools, farms, subsidized medical coverage for the poor and elderly… that $16 trillion dollars would have created jobs in the private and public sectors because the American people would respond to that massive injection of money into the real economy by starting to rebuild things, create things… extract raw resources out of the ground and use their ingenuity to convert them into highly usable goods… the service sectors would naturally respond and grow as well to facilitate the growth… that $16 trillion would have unleashed the true value that is within the American people… it’s the American people that made America once great and money in the hands of honest government can unleash that power within the people once again. But instead all the private banks around the world are getting those trillions and using it to suck the lifeblood out of the American people through debt and taxes.

"When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace."
Jimi Hendrix