How Money Works (The Money Scam) How Money Works (The Money Scam)- by Wes Penre, December 11, 2004 - How did this thing with paper money all start?
Where and when did banks come into the picture? Those are two questions not many people ask themselves, but should. The history of paper money is pretty interesting, and in a perspective it is easy to see who gains from the money system and who doesn’t. Already before I start explaining the phenomenon of money I can reveal, as you already may have suspected, that the gainer is not you! Money is an illusion; and even more so in the electronic age. So how does it work? When a person or a Company borrows money from a bank, the bank does not print new notes, or mint new coins. What happens when you can’t pay back the amount of money that does not exist and never existed? If a criminal falsifies bank notes and spreads them around, it is a crime, and if he is caught he will go to jail.
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