The Circus of Fiat Currency
In America, money grows on trees.
It also grows in ink wells and on printing presses. Magicians at the Federal Reserve make it appear out of thin air as they are showered with applause from ticket holders in Congress. “Do it again! Do it again!” as the Fed throws money at the audience. The magic money funds every ridiculous and asinine endeavor of everyone in government and their corporate guests.
The only people who don’t benefit from this perpetual wealth-from-nothing system are the majority of citizens that actually end up footing the bill in the end. They actually see their wealth disappear into that very air that these money magicians once pulled it from. It’s taken in the form of taxes to pay off debt and interest and it literally disappears in the form of inflation and devaluation.
The clowns in congress have endless entertainment, thinking that money will continually flow like it’s coming out of the trunk of a clown car. The ringleaders at the bank have complete control of the animals they’ve been taming for nearly 100 years. The corporations don’t mind as long as they get to build bigger tents with higher tightropes and larger and cushier safety nets. And the ticket holders, that us, the American people, we all bought tickets to a show that we didn’t get to see and on the way out we had to clean up the elephant manure ourselves.
This is the Circus of Fiat Currency and we all enslaved in it.