Modern Money Mechanics Federal Reserve

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Here is a series of videos that Mark put together explaining the mechanics of our money and the Federal Reserve using this governmental publication, Modern_Money_Mechanics.pdf.

The 1st and part of the 2nd video is the Introduction.


A breakdown of “Modern Money Mechanics” which was published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Do you want to understand the core concepts(flaws) to the US monetary system and economics? Do you want to know how new US currency is created? Watch this series and you’ll soon understand why there is so much debt and why we need change.

Pt 2

The rest of the parts (3-8) on his playlist.



Money As Debt (video) + “In Debt We Have Trusted,” For over 300 years By Jim Kirwan

America’s Fiscal Collapse by Michel Chossudovsky

Playing The Banking Game: How Cash-Starved States Can Create Their Own Credit by Dr. Ellen Brown

“The Last Picture Show”: President Barack Obama’s Fiscal Year 2009 Budget by Richard C. Cook

Ron Paul: The Federal Reserve Is the Culprit!

Personal Finance Meltdown Makeover: Take the Long View by Susan Boskey

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