Slavery Was Too Big To Fail
Dear Uncle Sam:
To the Southern farmer, slavery was too big to fail. How would farmers grow their crops without slaves? In exchange for food, shelter, and water, the slaves exchanged their production. Their relationship was enforced by FORCE.
To a banker, banks/currency is too big to fail. How would they control production without their banks/currency. Today, in our specialized system, people need currency to get food, shelter and water. The people exchange/barter their production for currency. The relationship, albeit voluntary, is also enforced by force, the court system.
Clearly this system is moral if the exchange is mutual, voluntary and such currency is backed/created by production.
However, if the bankers can simply print currency out of thin air, and the people must work/produce for it.....once the bankers cut off credit to the people/mainstreet, but can print for themselves/Wall Street businesses/Washington politicians, the people become effectively slaves if they must accept the banker's currency for their survival. This system is immoral. If the court system enforces that relationship, the government acts like the Confederate states did in the 1800's which enforced an immoral system.
It took FORCE to educate the Southern farmers and Confederate states that slavery was NOT moral nor was it too big to fail....what do you think it will take to educate the bankers/politicians that they simply can't print money for themselves without producing yet cut off the population/main street from currency?
All the best,
PS: Technology replaced the need for slavery in the 1800s with the invention of the tractor....it appears technology will replace the need for slavery going forward with computers taking over more and more of today's slave functions.