The Orignal Red Pill Show was inspired by the 2008 financial meldown. Wallstreet and the "Too big to fail" banks were bailed out with taxpayer money while mainstreet was left out in the cold to pay for mistakes made by the smartest people on the planet. That motivated Red to look into our finaincial system, and what he found was latent systems in place created by The Federal Reserve Act. Still not sure what to think, Red went further down the rabbithole and discovered more latent issues.
By Red's bank not keeing their end of the agreement for loan modification, his credit rating was destroyed. This caused a chain reaction which forced him to inject his life savings into his company or make the decsion to fail. In order to keep the company afloat, and keep valued employees their jobs, Red decided to wipe out his life savings which was taxed at over 50% and was considered income. Times have been tough since then with no help whatsoever from big banks to do the right thing. Big banks have seen higher profits and are making more money while mainstreet barely getting by even with good intentions like the Affordable Health Care Act.
This insired Red to go even further donw the rabbihole and look at issues like eduaction, a solid currency for a nation, hyperinflation and study the history of the Romans. Apparently, we are repeating the same mistakes of that Great Empire and quite possibly World War II Germany. We cannnot repeat these mistakes or we will suffer the consequences that our ancestors have experienced.
Movies like Star Wars, America, Captain America, Monumental and more have inspried Red to find his answers to his questions. Instead of how we got here, Red asks " Why did we get here"? The answers are nothing short of a poorly made science fiction movie. We are living in difficult and challenging times and need to ban together to make it through by becoming aware of what is really going o around us.
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