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Making real things, and providing real services should earn us real money. Fake money is different. It is not earned and adds nothing to the world’s wealth. Fake money is borrowed from future output, and issued by a criminal bankster syndicate.
On the contrary, real money is not controlled by anyone. It is earned – freely – in win-win exchanges. Fake money takes a different route. It is created by the insiders, and controlled by them. It goes where they want it to go, corrupting politics; which is often completely beholden to it.
Readers may argue that money “stimulates” the economy, and that it “trickles down” to the common people. If so, there is little evidence of it. As a percentage of the working-age population, fewer people have jobs today than at any time since the 1970s. Back then, the typical man had to work 900 hours to earn enough to buy a new pickup truck. Today, he has to work 1,600 hours.
Central banks have increased their own balance sheets by enlarging the world’s monetary base by $20 trillion so far this century. This money didn’t go to the workers. It went to tycoons, billionaires, art collectors, hedge fund managers, and rich people on both ends of the money track.
Wealth built on fake money
People are richer than ever, private assets stand at a record high of over 100 trillion, and are surging in price all over the world. But this wealth was built on fake money. Is this wealth fake too?
Here is the key to understanding debt money, as opposed to real money: Real money is the fruit of past efforts – distilled and preserved for future use. Debt money is a claim on wealth that has never been produced. And perhaps never will be.
As the quantity of real money increases, a society becomes richer and more financially stable, because it’s real wealth.
But as the supply of debt money increases, more people owe more and more money; the economy becomes increasingly fragile, and eventually goes broke.
But if the authorities want to increase the supply of money, the only kind of money supply they can increase is the fake kind. Real money must be earned; like real wealth, it cannot be printed.
And here is the beauty of gold, Central banks cannot create more of it simply because they think there is not enough. That is why gold is such good money. The supply of it increases more or less at the same rate as the economy. More gold usually means more wealth.
Fake money – whether it is the trillions of dollars of Fed debt, or the gazillions of IOUs issued by the central banks of Zimbabwe or Venezuela – operates in the opposite direction. The more it increases, the poorer we become. In an important sense, it puts the cart before the horse.
Here some consequences of the crime cartel bankers that have profited themselves by keeping people – falsely – indebted. All that debt and all those “debt notes, like mortgages” that they have been holding over us are in fact negative numbers. And, a negative number is by definition less than zero. The bigger the negative number, the less than zero value it has. Minus eighty trillion is far less than zero. That’s how much this debt is really worth.