Columbia Economist Dr. Jeffrey Sachs speaks candidly on monetary reform

Published on Apr 29, 2013 by aguaditoo — Since 2008, the United States has missed out on over $4 trillion in National Income from unemployed workers and capital due to insufficient demand. Meanwhile, inequality and corruption is skyrocketing in our country.

This is a wonderful speech about corruption in the United States: from Washington DC and Wall Street, including the entire financial/banking system.

This video is being posted only for educational purposes and to have this important viewpoint as public record.

From the event at the Philadelphia Fed on April 17th, 2013 (04/17/2013) conference segment “Fixing the Banking System for Good” .

One thought on “Columbia Economist Dr. Jeffrey Sachs speaks candidly on monetary reform

  1. yeah — It’s nice that Columbia economist Dr. Jeffrey has a lot to say about monetary reform, but why is he only saying it now?

    If he’s a highly educated economist, he should have known this many years before me, but since he chose to keep his mouth shut, it’s likely that what he’s saying now is something that he’s been told to say, and will probably work to keep control of the monetary system in the same hands.

    It amazing how many of these “highly educated” individuals are coming out of the woodwork like roaches now that everyone figured out the truth for themselves. They’re working for the propagandists, and obviously only interested in spin control, or they would have said something many years ago.

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