97% Owned DVD Launch

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Who creates money and where it ends up can completely transform a society, yet little is know about how and who is responsible for its creation.

97% owned is a documentary that presents serious research and verifiable evidence on the true nature of credit creation and its implications for the economic, social and financial system.

Based on the book ‘Where does money come from’ the film delves deep into the inner workings of the dominant western monetary system uncovering and revealing previously hidden information and facts drawing attention to the social implications on a local and global level.

To read more go to the official website: http://97percentowned.com/

Help to produce the DVD

The producer of the documentary is asking for your help to crowd source the production of the DVD’s for distribution and sale.

For pledges over £9 you will receive a finished copy, professional authored, of the full 2hr 10 minute film.

Crowdfunding is a great way to generate interest and give those that wish to contribute without purchasing a way to show support for these types of films.

Kickstarter is a funding platform for creative projects. Every project creator sets their project’s funding goal and deadline. If people like the project, they can pledge money to make it happen. If the project succeeds in reaching its funding goal, all backers’ credit cards are charged when time expires. If the project falls short, no one is charged.




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  • http://www.facebook.com/zafar.bukhari Zafar Bukhari

    I’ve read the ‘Full Reserve Banking in plain english’ paper and have been mulling it for a few days. As I read the paper, I’d made some 30’odd comments, of items which I felt might have been treated differently…but essentially, I think there is a single issue which this may boil down to: that currently, the Banks are lending out ‘their’ money, because the money-supply is created and owned by them. Under PM-theory, the money-supply is owned by BOE…why, when the BOE has, to my understanding, no published assets to speak of, should it actually ‘own’ the money-supply?

    While its management is a slightly separate issue, I would have thought that the ‘fundamental change would have been to transfer the ‘right’ or ‘charter’ to create money from out of the Private-sector and for Money to be a Public, or Social Good…. Where is this discussion on the PM-site

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