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Larry Burkett's All about Money: Discovering the History, Purpose, and Effect of Money [Paperback]

Kevin Miller , Larry Burkett , Gary Locke
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  • Paperback: 32 pages
  • Publisher: David C. Cook (Jan 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0781437865
  • ISBN-13: 978-0781437868
  • Product Dimensions: 25.5 x 20.4 x 0.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,107,934 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1.0 out of 5 stars Poor education 21 Oct 2013
Format:Paperback
Not many people like being told the truth, and this book will satisfy those who don't.

As described on the advertising page, the book is mainly for "educating" children about the stock market, money creation, and how governments prevent fraud, amongst other things, on some 34 pages.

What it does not tell children (because most adults, including the authors, don't know) is that most world governments have allowed private banking corporations to create most all of our money through debt, and only by way of the fraudulent fractional reserve system. The governments do not have control of this system, which is a ponzi scheme as demonstrated by the worldwide housing loan crises in 2008, because it is under the control of the banking plutocracy, and not under the control of the supposedly independent central "government" banks.

The stock market is largely a "gambling house" controlled by the big players speculating through use of numerous government-sanctioned trading schemes (reverse-swaps, downside trading, etc. etc). Currency trading is also a $trillion speculative worldwide market reflecting little of the underlying value of world trade in goods & services (that is true wealth, which is goods and services created by labour, not money)

If you want to educate yourself and your children, I strongly suggest you examine two closely related money-education DVDs:

- Money as Debt [ASIN: B00821QR06 for all regions. See also MoneyasDebt dot net] that gives a very good description of how our money is supplied in simple terms, while -

- The Money Masters describes modern money creation in more detail. [2 DVDs ASIN: B0018IPKCG - for USA & Canada region-1. For region 2 go to TheMoneyMasters dot com website.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Poor education 21 Oct 2013
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Format:Paperback
Not many people like being told the truth, and this book will satisfy those who don't.

As described on the advertising page, the book is mainly for "educating" children about the stock market, money creation, and how governments prevent fraud, amongst other things, on some 34 pages.

What it does not tell children (because most adults, including the authors, don't know) is that most world governments have allowed private banking corporations to create most all of our money through debt by way of the fraudulent fractional reserve system. The governments do not have control of this system, which is a ponzi scheme as demonstrated by the worldwide housing loan crises in 2008, because it is under the control of the banking plutocracy, and not under the control of the supposedly independent central "government" banks.

The stock market is largely a "gambling house" controlled by the big players speculating through use of numerous government-sanctioned trading schemes (reverse-swaps, downside trading, etc. etc). Currency trading is also a $trillion speculative worldwide market reflecting little of the underlying value of world trade in goods & services. Goods & serviccs = true wealth, which is goods and services created by labour, not money.

The money-pie lays claim to the wealth-pie, so devious people know that, without having to work for true wealth, they need only hoard &/or control the money-pie to possess the true wealth and control those who create the true wealth-pie. Most all of money being supplied as debt (no debt = no money supply in our western capitalist culture) means most people have become slaves to those who control the money-pie. Now teach this to your children.

If you want to educate yourself and your children, I strongly suggest you examine two closely related money-education DVDs:

- Money as Debt [ASIN: B00821QR06 for all regions. See also MoneyasDebt dot net] that gives a very good description of how our money is supplied in simple terms, while -

- The Money Masters describes modern money creation in more detail. [2 DVDs ASIN: B0018IPKCG - for USA & Canada region-1. For region 2 go to TheMoneyMasters dot com website.]

It would be well worthwhile, for a factual education in money, to study these DVDs. There are some books out there on our perpetual boom-&-bust fraudulent money supply, but they would initially be too complicated and tedious for the uninitiated. I've studied this subject matter for over 10 years now, and I am continually gob-smacked at how uneducated our governments are on this vitally important economic matter. Our lives depend on us controlling our dangerously stupid and selfish governments, and so children need to understand the true facts about who controls our money supply and how money controls our economies.
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