The Secret of Oz by Bill Still

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"Filmmaker William T. Still uses L. Frank Baum's Oz saga as a springboard to exploring the concept that the people of a nation should control its money, and not the banks. If we were to just create our own currency as a sovereign nation, argues Still, we could perhaps find our way out of the current financial crisis on our own terms, rather than becoming increasingly indebted to the powers that be." - Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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"The idea that government can print money and spend it into the economy is not, necessarily, inflationary. Open your minds people! What causes inflation is too many dollars chasing too few goods and services. Provided that government does not print too much, then the value of the currency will remain stable. It's that simple.

Furthermore, without using debt based money, the necessary exponential economic growth into infinity is lessened or alleviated all together.

The idea that economies must grow forever is driven by the fact that bank created debt-based money carries the burden of interest. No debt money, no interest payments, economies stabilize, economists become unnecessary.

Money can and should be plentiful. Suffering, starvation, and war are all outcroppings of the idea that money is scarce. Why replace one scarce commodity with another? Does that really make sense to any of you?" - iconoclast63