This site represents the work of one person who, after the crash of 2008, developed a keen interest in finding out what was really going on with money and economics. I was a technical writer by profession—what I did for a living was dissect and decipher complicated material, and try to present the information in a way that made it understandable to the people who needed to work with it. I decided that would be a useful skill to apply to the subject of money.
I spent several years researching in my “spare” time, and came to some conclusions that I wasn’t expecting. I created this site because I feel there is a need for a simple, understandable explanation of what the world’s money and banking systems do and how this affects the broader economy. I hope I’m presenting the information in a way that makes it understandable and helps people think with the subject and draw their own conclusions. I believe that if more people understood the flaws in our existing system, more people would look for, support, and demand a change to a better system.
Last modified: August 4, 2018