The Funger Games
If you can understand the allegory of The Funger Games, then you can understand how the world really works …
In the Funger Games, Federal Reserve would assemble the 12 most favored banks (who own the Federal Reserve) and say to them:
Welcome to The Funger Games. The name was inspired by the fungibility of money. You are the 12 chosen banks.
The Federal Reserve shall print 3 trillion dollars out of thin air and inject it into the economy. We could just distribute it to everyone evenly, but instead, we shall distribute it amongst you – the chosen people – at zero percent interest. You must take your share, and you are not allowed to pay it back for 100 years.
The 3 trillion dollars shall enter the economy regardless of your actions; however, not all of the chosen people are equally worthy. Your share shall be determined by your performance on a series of puzzles that will be more easily solved if you acquire all the best young minds in engineering, mathematics, and the physical sciences.
To acquire and protect your investment in all the best young minds in science and engineering, you must also acquire all the best minds in business, law, and politics.
Those who acquire the biggest share of all the best minds shall likely win the largest share of the new money.
If you can understand The Funger Games, then you can understand how the world really works because it is similar to what is actually happening, and would have pretty much the same effect on the world.
If you find it hard to believe that The Funger Games is an accurate allegory to what is really happening, and you want to learn the full cause and effect, read What is Wrong With the People.