Video – Let’s take a look at an alternate version of human history, a version that was recorded throughout time across many ancient texts and artifacts that have been recently uncovered.
Phillip J. Watt – There are other approaches we could take rather than accepting global debt slavery.
Susan Boskey – The loss of money’s purchasing power makes it’s difficult to live without credit. Can you do it?
Gary ‘Z’ McGee – Have no doubt, we are a conquered and enslaved nation, and debt is the method of our enslavement.
Robert Bonomo – Just how interested are the banks in stopping wars and reigning in the federal budget deficit?
Mark DeNicola – It’s one of the key facets of the American Dream: if you want to have a great house, beautiful spouse, and that head-turning Mercedes, then you need to get a good education.
Sigmund Fraud – Maintaining the suspension of disbelief in the illusion, however, is often more comforting than acknowledging the magician’s secrets.
Gary ‘Z’ McGee – We live in a culture that’s suffocating under the stifling cross-stitched blanket of state and corporate power, and there is a single word sewn onto that two-sided blanket: Fascism.
Susan Boskey – Systems run the world and the largest of them is the monetary system, affecting all others throughout the world.
Pao L. Chang – Today, banks don’t actually lend out real money, but instead lend out notes or checks that are backed by a promise to pay.
Film – Story of borrowers from different backgrounds affected by the student lending and their struggles to change the system.