Protecting the Economy

Question: "What will you do to protect our economy if/when the United States defaults on their debt?"

The U.S. government has already clearly stated that they will continue to print money, which means they will not default, albeit there will eventually be hyperinflation.

The best way to protect our economy is to continue to be a shining example of how to run a financial system.  American banks defaulted in 2008, and no Canadian banks have defaulted.  Financial experts from around the world are coming here to learn how we did it!

In the event there is a financial/political crash, what we are and will continue to do is develop and promote alternative systems of commerce and governance.  For example there are lots of barter networks like LETS (Local Exchange/Employment Trading System) and  Look at alternative currencies, such as the Digital Coin, bitCoin, Time Dollars, and The Toronto Dollar.

There are also great videos on YouTube that explain the evolution of money, where we came from, where we are, and what our choices are today.  See links below for more!

Additional Information:

Watch Money As Debt Movie Trailers & Feature-Length Films: Watch the trailers on this special site where you can also watch the entire feature-length of Money As Debt I & Money As Debt II: Promises Unleashed for FREE! Also watch the trailer for Money As Debt III: Evolution Beyond Money which illustrates practical solutions to transforming our world economy.

World leaders and activists from around the world gathered for the G20 Summit. With over 19,000 police officers and security personnel on hand, the results lead to over 1100 arrests, martial law in downtown Toronto, and the most massive violation of civil liberties in Canadian history. The best way to protect ourselves from the US economy is to watch and share activists movies like the feature-film, Into The Fire. Press Play below and start watching.

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and too small for anything but love."

- William Sloan Coffin

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