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This is one of the most important issues our country faces right now and it demands everyone’s attention or else the consequences could be catastrophic.

Breaking Inequality is a documentary film about the corruption between Washington and Wall Street that has resulted in the largest inequality gap in the history of America.

It is a film that exposes the truth behind the single event that occurred back in the early 70’s that set us off on this perilous journey that we are currently on.

The inequality gap is presently the worst that it has ever been and there is no solution in place to repair this crippling problem.

No country in the history of the world has ever remained a super power without a middle class and the road we are currently traveling doesn’t include this all-important segment of the population. The old saying “As goes the middle class… so goes the nation” holds true even more today than ever.

We live in a world where governments can create as much money as they want in order to fund all kinds of wasteful projects, wars, handouts, and banker bailouts. The current system by design has transferred the wealth from average everyday Americans to an elite few who care not about the majority.

Breaking Inequality exposes the truth behind the root of the problem and it provides a solution to help end it.

Our goal is to make enough Americans aware of the current system that is robbing them of their future, so that we can change the system all together.

We have to change our destiny or the middle class will cease to exist in the United States of America.

The time is now and the Breaking Inequality documentary will help lead this charge!


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  • William

    I don’t know who made this propaganda film, and I don’t care. It’s a pack of lies. The “gold standard” was NOT abandoned in the 1970s as this film claims. The “gold standard” was ended by the Gold Reserve Act on 30 January 1934. In fact, Republican president Richard Nixon abandoned the Bretton Woods system — established by John Maynard Keynes — on 15 August 1971. This single event, brought about by the arch-criminal Richard Nixon, was the real beginning of our economic troubles.

    Restoration of the “gold standard” is not the answer. We need a new version of the Bretton Woods system and an economic Bill of Rights, as was advocated by former president Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

    • So CAL Snowman

      Screw FDR, he’s one of the biggest reasons America is finished. He was the one that ushered in the era of Big Government and authored the transition from a Capitalist society to a socialist dictatorship. Keynesian economic theory is a massive fraud.

      • Pablo Martin Podhorzer

        So you don´t vote, I guess. The US is very far from being socialist. So what do you think about France, with Universal Healthcare (the best in the world), 5 weeks vacations from your first year at work plus sick days plus personal days, good minimum wage plus good unemployment payments that give you the chance to travel (say Thailand) so you can think your options and find a better job. Unemployment? Supposedly higher than in the US, but when you work you don´t go hungry.

  • Lou

    Our Constitution says only gold and silver are money. Our Constitution says a man much receive a trial of his peers before the government can put a bullet in his head. Our current illegal government thinks it knows better than our Constitution.

    We will soon find out who knows more and we will not like it.

    • usurykills

      The Constitution does not say gold and silver are money. Go read it again.

      Article 1 Section 10 Clause 1

      “No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold andsilver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility.”

      We will be broke slaves until we rediscover how money is supposed to work and eliminate the idea of interest/usury. Money is not a commodity to be bought and sold.

  • pjrsullivan

    Are the issues of war and peace and poverty not based on the question of “Who issues the money?” Can we not ask ourselves, “Why do we allow a private company to issue our money?”

    What do we need to fix things up? If we issued our own money, would we not get a much better deal then? Should we the people not have the power to issue our money? When we have the power to issue our own money, will that not help us to fix things up in this world?

    Is there any doubt that Labor needs to take hold of the authority to issue money? Is it not that simple or that complex?

    Do we wonder “How will labor gain the authority to issue money?” Is it not certain that a general strike will do it?

    If so, when will labor STRIKE THEM OUT?

    • usurykills

      The problem is not who issues the money but whether or not it is created at interest.

      Interest-free money is the proper idea, created as loans against collateral. Everyone should be able to “create” money. When money is created at interest, the money to pay the interest is not created. Thus, a shortage of money by design.

      Also, banks usurp the collateral by issuing notes paid to the seller. The bank spends nothing on the notes but gains “legal” ownership of the collateral/property.

      Two crimes by banks with every loan!

      Search for Mathematically Perfected Economy(TM) to learn the truth of how badly you’ve been ripped off.

  • NoNameWorker

    Already to late? They have moved the machines of production out of the country. And who do you think owns most of the gold? Free Trade has nothing to do with trade that happens naturally its not bananas for maple syrup. Its cheep labor its cutting down the trees and planting them with the bananas. This is what benefits the 1%. Its simply capital vs.labor and technologies today provides such great output we just don’t need everyone to work to supply the needs and wants technology can provide. Only limited resource of materials and population prevents this global high standard of living.

    Money employes the finest minds in the world. I think there will be a much smaller population in the near future.

  • Kratoklastes

    “No country in the history of the world has ever remained a super power without a middle class [snip]”

    Most of that sentence is not necessary, since no country in the history of the world has remained a superpower full stop.

    Every superpower attracts parasitic sociopaths to the top of its political food chain, and from there, corruption and debt and decline are guaranteed. (Actually, that is true not just of every superpower, but of every government quoique ce soit.

    That is why the world has nothing to fear from the US, long term: it is, even now, in the process of eating itself hollow from within. Like the Soviet Union before it, it will collapse (and probably fragment into 4 distinct countries), and the only people who will get out without a crippling decline in living standards are the vermin at the top and their camp-following cronies.