The Biggest Banking Heist Ever! You NEED to KNOW This!!!

By: Julie Telgenhoff| One of the most important videos today to which everyone should be REQUIRED to watch.

Documentary filmmaker Charles Ferguson clearly shows that the 2008 global financial Armageddon was no accident; it was predicted and could have been prevented. 

The global financial meltdown, at a cost of over $20 TRILLION, resulted in MILLIONS of people losing their homes,  jobs, families and spirit.

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Through extensive research and interviews with major financial insiders, politicians and journalists, “Inside Job” traces the rise of a rogue industry and unveils the corrosive relationships which have corrupted politics, regulation and academia.

This is the most insightful and illuminating amongst a number of such attempts that deal with the global financial crisis, which is wrecking lives and economies across the world to this very day.

It successfully challenges any myths and lies surrounding the root causes of the crisis and tells us exactly “HOW” and “WHY” it happened, in a simple and straightforward way that anyone can understand.

This compelling, serious, easy-to-follow film will make you want to raise your voice, get off your couch and declare ….”Enough!”

If you do not have the time to watch this vital information now, please bookmark for later viewing because this is one of the most important documentaries that all people NEED to watch and then understand.

You might also want to do your loved ones and friends a favor and share it with them because without this knowledge, one cannot comprehend the “how” and the “why” and therefore, this lack of information will continue to reign over the American and global  populous.

The result of this willful ignorance of not taking the “TIME” and the “CARE” to learn about the global financial crisis, will be the continuous expansion and exploitation of the slave status system that will ultimately grow to the point of no return. 

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