I wish more people understood this. For a long time I held out hope that someone who did get it would find clever creative ways to communicate the way the debt racket works for the organized criminals who make up the big banks.
But the "Money As Debt" video has been on YouTube for years, cleverly made with good graphics to make the scamlike relationship between "debt" and "currencies" comprehensible.
On another crucial crisis, "An Inconvenient Truth" about global warming was released nine years ago, was well produced with great photo and other graphics to make its point, whatever you think of Al Gore as a politician. It caused some discussion and "buzz" for awhile but now new potentially possible wars have stolen center stage.
Both the environmental and economic problems (being connected in complex ways) have continued to worsen and may both have reached or have passed that proverbial "tipping point."
If the use of modern state-of-the-art communication techniques can't arouse the leaders and the public pack to start working on ways to change things before things get to the point where I think they are -- the real time point of no return, too late to stop the death momentum -- then I am out of ideas. But don't let discouragement stop people from pointing out the problems. Someone may yet point to a way to get out if this mess.