Ok - tweaked various bits of copy and have taken out the insecurity of using the same published account-number.
Agonised over my comment that Fiat Currency being "designed by the rich, and is controlled by the rich so they can get richer, just by already being rich.".
Not as accurate as saying it was "designed by a 500 year old European Aristocracy, and controlled by a cabal of international bankers so they can get richer by already being rich"... but I think the problem we face now goes wider and deeper than that - and there is poetic license to consider.
Simply by having this laptop, by global standards I'm rich. I as a white person living in a former colony am a benefactor of unspeakable, and unspoken crimes.
But ignoring relativity for the moment, and arbitrarily using the Western middle-class of the 1970s as a baseline, we are now specifically under attack by an aristocracy "the rich", and fiat currency is an instrument of that attack - as it has been for hundreds of years. The entire system is geared so money flows uphill without the "uphill" having to do anything... "Investors"... and people seem to think this is a law of nature. It isn't. It's a scam.
We're not living through a recession, we're living through a heist:http://www.stateofworkingamerica.org/pages/interactive#/?start=1997&end=2008
The entire system has been maneuvered to a state where large corporations (predominantly F.I.RE and military) skim the entire surplus that a society creates - a type of hyper/meta-capitalism that is utterly divorced from actually getting anything done.
"The Rich" (ie: people who make money simply by having money) are the benefactors of this, regardless of how they originally acquired their money - although I do personally have some sympathy with the notion that "behind every great fortune is a great crime".
It's only called "class war" when we try to fight back... aka: dare to meekly complain.
So I'll stick by my statement.
This being a statement rather than any attempt to debate - as a flip-side to Austrian-School free-market fundamentalists not being interested in evidence (it's true, look it up), I'm ONLY interested in evidence. "Debate" as a means to measure the veracity of theories is a recipe for cockup. You know - like the one we're living through at the moment.