Counting the Cost of Money for nothing
Which is about the Islamic financial model as an alternative to the western model.
It is a video featured on the Aljazeera media outlet. (27 minutes)
[link to www.youtube.com
When I saw this table full of drug money captured that is being carried into a courtroom as a display, it stuck me once again that the physical printed money is once again being confused with the credit money as a social phenomena and/or public property.
The printed money-media (money is a communication) is but a small percentage of the total money.
The far larger quantity of communication money exists as written records and as electronic entries.
The video does get into the process and asks good questions.
The table full of printed money-media is the visible symbol of a purported theft while the far larger theft is of the public credit - the unseen theft - where the banks trade among themselves with stolen media.
The public credit is the property of the general public and the only way to run such a banking model is where the banks are agents to the people with an annual or semi-annual rebate and banking books are held open for inspection.
The speaker in the video is Dr Jem Bendell of the University of Cumbria of Carlisle England. He is asking questions much like Prof Auriti of Italy asked.
Dr Bendell here: [link to www.positivemoney.org.uk
Very effective speaker; there is a TED talk...