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  • Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai, MIT PhD – Inventor of Email, Systems Scientist, engineer, educator – discusses and educates on the topic of MMT then explains how the Left & Right will try to manipulate people into thinking it is a real solution, when it is in fact a trap.
  • Dr.Shiva goes over the history of Malthus, Adam Smith, Daniel Ricardo, Karl Marx, Alfred Marshall, Keynes, Hyatt, Ludwig and Milton Friedman.
  • Both parties pretend to be proponents of deficit spending or austerity. But Obama, in one term, printed $4.3 trillion and Trump printed $6.9 trillion in one term.
  • GDP has grown between 1970 to today, the wealth has actually grown all over the world. Productivity has increased but wages have only gone up by 12.4%. When you work out inflation, working people’s wages are flat and going down.
  • There’s nothing modern about this Modern Monetary Theory. Neither is it based on the real definition of money, which should reflect the value of commodity exchange. Nor is it modern. It is basically a Keynesian, Neo-Keynesian theory.


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Hello, everyone. Good evening. This is Dr.Shiva Ayyadurai. This is a topic I’ve been wanting to do for a while. And the topic we’re going to talk about today is going to be a little bit deep, as most of our stuff is. We don’t go surface level, but I’m going to try to keep it as an introduction. And we’re really going to discuss something some of you may have heard of called Modern Monetary Theory, MMT.

And as the title says, I really consider this the next Big Lie of both the Left and the Right. And it’s been a long history of the Left and the Right to really collude against working people, by never really solving the real problem, but essentially proposing fake solutions, band-aids. And it’s been part of this long history of Imperialism which can never really get out of its own way. But it does have the Theater of the Left & Right to keep manipulating people as though they have a solution. But I think, as the title says, for those of you joining, we’re going to be discussing Modern Monetary Theory.

And some of you may have heard of MMT, some of you may not. But mark my words, this is going to be creeping in globally, throughout the world as a way how you quote/unquote, “rescue” the working people of the world, when in fact, it’s a big trap. And it has nothing to do with actually saving people or helping people in a real way. But it really has to do with further enslavement. So I want everyone to listen carefully. So we can go through this. And we may even open up the lines for questions.

But we have a lot of people signing in. Our movement that we are building is an educational movement, for Truth Freedom Health®. But fundamentally, it’s an educational movement to educate people Beyond Left & Right to understand the Science of Systems. There is a way that you can learn to think in a way, but learn not what to think but how to think. Really to understand how to look at these complex systems and connect the dots. And that’s called the Science of Systems.

And my intention has been, the biggest thing I recognize is that unless we learn the Science of Systems, it’s frankly going to be very, very hard to get through a lot of this because those in power are very, very sophisticated in understanding how to manipulate people.

So we’re going to be discussing, my goal is by the end of this discussion, everyone understands what is Modern Monetary Theory. And most importantly, understand that it’s essentially Neo-Keynesian, and you’ll also understand what I mean, it’s really nothing new. Those of you who are interested to learn more of the other stuff we do, other videos we’ve done on many different areas of systems, go to and go to and join our movement and become a Warrior-Scholar.

Many people say, how can you actually support the work that we do? We do a lot of very detailed systems information. The best way you can support us is to become a student. Become a Warrior-Scholar. We give people a big scholarship towards our tuition, but it’s a way that you can learn and then you can also support everything we’re doing. So that’s what I recommend.


Let me go to what we’re gonna cover today. We’re going to do a very brief history of economic theories that have been put forward since probably the 1700’s. Very brief. We could do a video on each one of them. We’re going to really have a discussion on – what is money?

We’re gonna talk a little bit about Bitcoin. People think Bitcoin is going to save the world. You’ll understand out of this discussion why Bitcoins is another ruse, it’s really another band-aid. And it’s really not going to address fundamental issues. We’re also going to talk about how Global Imperialism will always create crises, and how it creates what I call this vicious cycle. Someone just signed in from Argentina. Nice to have you, Maria Garcia. I’ve been to Argentina, great people, people in Argentina understand some of this, based on how the economy has been treated there. We’ll also talk about how working people will always be the victims of those crises.

And we’re going to talk about how the Left & Right really have no solutions. They only have Band-aids. And their band-aids typically involve theater to distract working people from ever focusing on the real solution. That’s typically what fundamentally happens. The effort has always been to distract working people into the Left or the Right.

We talked about the four buckets. The fundamental goal is to put people into the Left bucket, the Right bucket, or to make people so Isolationist and Depressed, that they just fall off, don’t want even participate in any politics, or life or community. Or to make people, a subset of people, Domestic Terrorists, where they take desperate actions, which actually makes it worse for everyone else, because Elites use that as a way to suppress, let’s say, free speech. Or they use it to suppress our right to have our own security, protect, let’s say, the right to bear arms.

So then we’re going to in that context, we’re going to talk about Modern Monetary Theory, MMT. And you’re going to learn how this is really the latest hack. I think there’s a woman called Stephanie Kelton, a guy called Bill Mitchell, a bunch of these hacks out there who are part of the liberal elite bourgeois, who are promoting this as the next great thing. And it’s actually complete nonsense.

And you will see a lot of similarities between what took place during the New Deal, which is really the Keynesian Era, where people tried to solve the economic system through top down government intervention. And basically, you’ll realize that MMT is a NEO version of the Keynesian system, which is the latest revamping of that, to justify why we need the printing of money while they claim they can control, hopefully, they can control inflation, is going to solve everything.

Think Beyond Left & Right

And then finally, we’re going to talk about the path forward. Many of you know that it’s easy to critique things. But rarely do people offer solutions. One of the things we do in our movement for Truth Freedom Health® and understanding the Science of Systems is simply not to just critique, but to critique to understand what the real problem is and then to offer the real solution.

So obviously in today’s talk, I’m not going to have a chance to go into all the details. I’m going to go into giving the overarching key elements, and most importantly, the key systems elements. And we may do videos on each one of these based on feedback I get. So, before I do that, for those of you joining, many of you know that I’m committed to building a movement that is really focused on thinking Beyond Left & Right. But the key thing here is that we need to think Beyond Left & Right.

And this is really where the survival, in my view, of where humanity rests in solving problems to think Beyond Left & Right. It’s critical. So we need to think Beyond Left & Right. And the way we think Beyond Left & Right is we need to learn the Science of Systems. And I can’t overemphasize this. I will keep doing videos each day like I do. We’re going to talk about MMT to essentially hopefully inspire all of you to learn the Science of Systems.

But you can go to and do that yourself and be part of the community. Because if we don’t do that, really the choice is either we Get Educated as working people or we will Be Enslaved. Because we’ll essentially be bucketed into this Left/Right narrative.

I’m going to just take a quick two minute break. I’m going to play a video for you guys that will hopefully inspire you. It’s a video that we did following my US Senate campaign. But it really lays out what’s at hand and why we need to build this movement for Truth Freedom Health®.

Alright everyone, it’s good to have you back. So anyway, I want everyone to go take the course. It’s the best way you can support or give back to what we’re doing here is for you to get educated. So every Monday we do the course online with an educator. This evening, today, I do a live Open House. Everyone is invited. And let me just give you the instructions for that. There’s a little ticker running Just go sign up there. So you can come to the Open House.

If you want to know more, you can just go right here, let me show you that. So the Open House is right there. We do it every Thursday, 11am and 8pm. So please come to it. You can just go to if you want to know more. Those of you who want to know more about the material, you can also just get the book, System and Revolution. It’ll teach you the fundamentals. It’s free.

We’ve sold probably about 30,000 copies of this. You can buy it on Amazon for $20, or you’re gonna get it for free, just cover the shipping and handling. But most importantly, I want everyone to take the course and become a Warrior-Scholar. We’re building a Global Movement for Truth Freedom Health®. And we’re not here to convince anyone to be part of this movement, we’re essentially providing the infrastructure for those people who already get it intuitively.

But they need the theoretical framework to understand how you can actually resolve problems and have a community and technology. And I’ll play a video that really gives you the elements of this. But anyway, there’s a practical piece to what we’re doing. We do the videos to give you the application of Systems Science, but then we want you guys to really be part of this movement. I’m very thankful for all the wonderful comments. But taking those comments that you have, the good feelings, and converting it to a movement is what we need to be done.

And this video will actually share that, why we need to do that. So let’s, as I mentioned, we’re gonna, this is for those of you just joining, we’re going to be covering really what’s going on Beyond Left & Right with the Biggest Lie that’s taking place, which is what the Elites are preparing in the modern, in probably in the 2020, this era, this decade is Modern Monetary Theory. And they’re laying the groundwork for it.

People like Bernie Sanders, people like AOC, and both the Left and the Right are involved in it. And we’re going to cover a little bit of history. We’re going to go through what is money, why Imperialism creates a vicious cycle. We’ll talk about why working people will always be at the brunt end of that vicious cycle. And why the Left & Right really have no solutions. What is MMT?

History of Economic Theory

And you’re gonna see literally that history is about to repeat itself unless we get smart, which is, we’re going to go from the New Deal to the Green New Deal. But we’re going to provide a solution. All right, so let’s just go into that. So first of all, let me just talk a little bit about a brief history.

Some of you may know this, but throughout, the last how many ever years, last 300 years, there’s been different theories of economics, right? People call an economist, by the way, someone did an analysis of economists, and at best they’re able to predict 3% of what’s ever going to occur. Which means they have really no predictive powers at all. You’re better off just taking a dart and throwing it at a dartboard and figuring it out. But many of these people get Nobel Prizes and stuff like this.

But, back in the 1700s, there were economists like Malthus, some of you may have heard of Malthus. And Malthus thought that the population is going to increase geometrically, and we’re not going to have enough food to meet it. So we’re all we’re all gonna die. And in fact, in 1970, we were taught Malthusian theory when I was in grade school. So it’s a very, this grim theory that we’re not going to have the productive capabilities to produce enough food and we’re all going to die anyway.

So people say Malthus was wrong, because Malthus did not see the industrial revolution coming, where we could actually multiply the production of food using the forces of capitalism.

And then, at the same time you had in 1776, Adam Smith, some of you may know published the Wealth of Nations, which really defined capitalism, him and another guy called Daniel Ricardo. And really, their philosophy without getting into the details of it was Adam Smith’s view was that he didn’t have a grim view as Malthus did. And by the way, him and Karl Marx were actually very similar in their view – economic view.

People think they were vastly different, but they’re very similar. But Adam Smith’s view was that it was self-interest that really drove economies. And he was a big proponent of free trade among different countries. But fundamentally, Adam Smith was a big proponent of this thing called self-interest. Daniel Ricardo put forward this thing called comparative advantage, where he said, Okay, if you have two countries, let’s say one country has the ability to produce rice with large quantities, and the other country has the ability to produce cotton, that they have a comparative advantage.

And free trade was important, because then you could have this global economy. Anyway these guys had very interesting ideas. And then you had Karl Marx, in 1848. You know, he put out his theories. And Marx put out his ideas. Some of Marx’s observations were right on the money, and others of his were off. So it’s not about a Left/Right view, Pro-Marx/Anti-Marx. In fact, Marx said something very interesting. By the way, 95% of Marx’s work was probably 98%, were on observations about capitalism, and only about 2% was about communism.

But he essentially put forward the idea of surplus value. In fact, many of Marx’s stuff is taught in business schools, which people don’t give him credit for, but he should get credit for that. Then you had Alfred Marshall, around the same period, who really put forward what is known as classical economics. If you look at modern economic theory, it was where Alfred Marshall sort of congealed all of this stuff. And he put it together. Now in1929, October 29, 1929 is when the big stock market crash took place.

And someone said, I really wish you were sitting as a Senator right now. Well, some of you look, let me just take a quick aside. As many of you know, I had announced I was going to run for Governor and I took a step back because you really realize that the systems are quite, they do not want outsiders. They do not want intelligent people like ourselves involved. They want the Left and the Right.

And as you know, I don’t take a Left or Right position. The Republican Party in Massachusetts, is a bunch of complete scumbags. They work with the Democrats. But people have asked me, am I going to run for Governor? And I’ve told people that I’m not running. And people said, “Oh, can I write you in?” Sure you can. That’s up to you. If you guys want to go do that, go for it. But, and obviously, I would serve if I was called upon to, but I’m not running.

I may run for Senator, depending on how we build our movement, just to give you officially. But that doesn’t mean you guys can’t go do your own thing. But anyway, the important thing to understand is that in 1929, when the stock market crashed, remember the entire market collapsed. We’re going to understand why there will be more and more collapses, because the foundation of Imperialism, Global Imperialism, is to always have crises. Because of the nature of the way that the economy works with modern Imperialism, it is destined to have crises.

And you’re going to understand that it has crises, not because of underproduction, but overproduction. It’s very contradictory. But Global Imperialism actually produces too much stuff that can’t be consumed, because they also unemploy people who don’t have the wages to buy the stuff that they produce. So it’s a very interesting contradiction. Now. Keynes, he’s the one who really was trying to save, quote/unquote, “Imperialism:, right.

So, when the economic crash took place, Keynes said, what we need to have, yes, I still believe in advanced Globalism and Imperialism, but governments need to step in. So when away from this concept of a free economy, free market economy, free trade, which was what Adam Smith talked about, and Keynes, and you need to understand this, as we talk about MMT, Keynes was really about government stepping in. He said the government must step in.

And it was really the beginnings of not this, this vibrant sort of entrepreneurial capitalism, but recognizing at a certain point, monopoly capitalism, Imperialism, which is where it’s destined to go to, would be a failure. And instead of admitting it was a failure, what I call the Not-So-Obvious-Establishment, by the way, Keynes hated working people. He said, I’m a bourgeois.

It’s interesting that today you have Modern Monetary Theory and people like AOC and Bernie-dumbass-Sanders who is really not a bright guy, but he’s really not for working people. And these people embrace MMT and Keynesian economics, Neo-Keynesian, which actually hates working people. Yet they claim they’re for working people. So they’re the Not-So-Obvious-Establishment.

But Keynes was really about trying to save Global Imperialism by saying, we need the government to intervene. And if you actually look at that, the government intervention that took place occurred in a context, and we’ll come back to this. But broadly, what you will not see on mainstream media, you won’t learn other places, but you will learn it here is that starting the late 1800’s, and 1900’s, there was an amazing Bottoms-Up Movement taking place globally. Not only the United States, all over the world, because Global Imperialism was failing. It was completely tanking. And these Bottoms-Up Movements were Labor Movements led by women all over the world, working people.

And by the early 1900’s, these movements had explosively grown, where they literally, quote/ unquote, “put a gun” to the head of the Elites. And there was going to be a revolution in the United States. And in response to that, you had people like Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who really started following Keynes, and they did the New Deal.

The New Deal was where they were forced to give the working people some concessions so they, the Elites, wouldn’t have a revolution on their hands. The working people at the time didn’t have enough of the right theory, the right Systems Science theory. Had they learned it, they would have pushed forward this Bottoms-Up Organic Movement. Instead they got bamboozled by the Not-So-Obvious-Establishment of people like Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

And in fact, the New Deal was a horrible deal. It actually caused greater unemployment and the only way and you won’t learn this in history class, the only way the Elites got out of that was to start World War II. Okay, because you had all these unemployed people. And what better way, so this is what’s so fucked up of how Global Imperialism, excuse my language, is he only way to solve unemployment is to start a war. And then you get full employment.

So if you see these graphs, they’ll say, oh, Franklin Delano Roosevelt caused such great reduction in unemployment. Well you started a freakin war. And you started a war that Churchill, I did a video on this, that Britain pulled the United States into war. And the US did not want to go to war. But anyway, that’s how the Elites start, save economies. They actually have working people shed their blood, and resolve unemployment problems that way.

But if it wasn’t for World War II, you would have had a complete collapse. So the Elites started, they did the New Deal, which was a centralized band-aid solution. And then they started World War II. But anyway, we’ll come back to all of that.

So you had Keynes in 1936. And then someone also mentioned the Austrian School of Economics, which went the other way, which said, hey, we shouldn’t have any government. Again, it’s called the Austrian School of Economics, which said, we shouldn’t have any government intervention. Let’s just put pure Laissez-Faire. And this is by people like Hyatt and Ludwig and people like Milton Friedman. And it was called The Chicago School of Economics.


So that was another school of economics. And, that said let’s have no government participation, that led to another thing called monetarism and supply side economics. But what you have today is really this the Left and the Right do this dialectics. And what is the Left & Right dialectics when it comes to economies? They do one or the other. And what is that dialectic?

Well that dialectic is they have these cycles, which we’ll talk about. Global Imperialism doesn’t really know how to run a stable economy. It has these cycles. And at every cycle working people get screwed even more. And then you have the Elites actually amassing more wealth during every cycle. You saw it in the last pandemic cycle, right? Where 600 billionaires accumulated, grew their wealth by $2.3 trillion.

Deficit Spending or Austerity

But at every cycle, Global Imperialism ultimately squeezes working people; unemployed people, reduces wages. And then says, hey, we need to cut spending. We need to cut all these programs. Governments do this. And that’s called austerity measures. You may want to write this down. A U S T E R I T Y. Okay, austerity measures. So that’s one model of it, the economics where you cut spending.

One wing of the Establishment does that, typically called the Conservatives or the Republicans or the Tories or the Right Wing, whatever you want to call them. And then the Left Wing in response to that says, no, no, no, no, we can’t cut these programs, because now we have all these people out of work, right? We have people unemployed. We’re going to inject money into the economy, and they call that deficit spending.

So you have these two, sort of pistons, it’s a sort of two headed serpent that they have right? Deficit spending or austerity. And that is pretty much what the two tricks that they have. And then, and what they do is they vary, these two, they put a different costume on these two heads. And then they write the latest books. Stephanie Kelton has a book out, they’re promoting her as this great savior. She’s the consultant to AOC and Bernie Sanders for the Green New Deal.

But you have to understand that both parties have been participating in what we call deficit spending. Just to give you a data point, Obama, in one term, printed $4.3 trillion, Trump printed $6.9 trillion in one term. Let me repeat that again. Obama printed $4.3 trillion. This the United States. That’s in one term, Trump printed $6.9 trillion, which Left Wing Right Wing, they did the same thing.

And again, it’s about, they know that the economic system that the Elites have built is completely built on quicksand. And at every cycle working people get screwed. So what they do is they print money. And now they have a theory for that, which we’re going to get to.

What is Money?

Before we do that, let’s talk about – what is money? We’re going to talk about Modern Monetary Theory. That was a history of all these different theories of economics. But fundamentally, the two levers they have is 1- cut spending, 2- deficit spend. Alright, and that’s what they do. And we’re living in an era now, where we went from sort of this, remember, nothing is static; that you have a historical development, there was one time where we had this very entrepreneurial capitalism, people worked, there was a connection between the exchange of commodities and the actual value of that which we call money.

And over time, there’s been a disconnection from that. And once you understand that, you will understand the conundrum that the Elites are in. So what is money? Okay, that’s the second part we wanted to cover. Again, those of you joining us this is the agenda we’re going through. We just covered the history, we’re gonna go through what is money? Well, what is money?

Some people say, Oh, money is a medium of exchange. It’s a definition. Some people will say money is Bitcoin. Some people say money is something that’s printed. MMT’ers believe that money is something that’s printed, and you can print it and you can take it out through taxes. But if you really look at these definitions, they don’t really address what the historical nature of money is.

Because money is actually something that evolves over time. You can’t say money is this. And that’s where people make a mistake. Money is a definition that has changed over time. But fundamentally, what money has been linked to is the Commodity Exchange, exchange of commodities.

So, at one point, think about when we didn’t have that many goods, let’s say person A had, you were in a village and one person had 10 goods; they had a chicken, some rice, some bags, some hay and maybe some salt. And someone else had 10 other goods. They just bartered.

Now as economies grew, right, as you remember commodity in this economic definition could be two things right. It could be the actual sort of, the dead commodity right, which is like physical goods, like this pen. But it could be living commodities, like a human being. In fact, at one point, slaves were used as a medium of exchange, as money essentially.

But these, in order as economies grew where you just didn’t have 10 products, you had thousands of products, then money came to be a universal medium, right? As a universal exchange medium to represent the actual value. And one of the biggest things was that one of the aspects of money was it allowed for this exchange, it was also a store of value, right? And, and a number of other things.

Value Exchange

But one of the things was that precious metals were really used, ultimately came to be used as a vehicle to represent that value, that value exchange. Why were precious metals useful? By the way, they use slaves, as I mentioned, they use beads, right? But metals were very valuable like gold, because what had gold really represented? Well gold ultimately represented a concentrated amount of labor and machinery. Because you have to mine it, right, which means you have to use human labor and machinery.

So in an ounce of gold, within that ounce of gold was the actual human labor time it took to get it. Plus, the non-human labor time, machinery, right? And what was fascinating about gold was that it was small, it was durable, right. It was divisible. It’s inert. You could also clump it together. So these precious metals had a lot of good value. And it allowed for this commodity exchange.

Now as capitalism went beyond its entrepreneurialism stage, was very vibrant, to become monopoly capitalism, what you ended up happening was that interesting enough, as we went to what we call Global Capitalism, Global Imperialism, the Commodity Exchange, which means the goods that you are exchanging, and they’re being tied to an actual value, in this case, gold, which is also connected to labor, started getting divorced.

Because as the number of transactions increased as the number of commodities increased and as there became a disconnection and we’ll talk about this, that economies were no longer, or the production of goods was no longer really tied into what the needs of people were. People just started producing goods for maximization of profit. And when that started occurring, you had a disconnection between the actual value exchange, and what was the actual value, let’s say of gold.

And so people started creating tokens as a derivative to represent gold. So you started having people creating paper bills, right. Currency. And that’s where money became divorced from the actual Commodity Exchange. So we, and when that occurred is that, that’s when you started having this big disconnection. And when that disconnection took place, it became very easy to manipulate things.

So when these economies which were no longer tied to people’s actual labor, and actually other, gold ultimately was a precious metal, which also took labor, then money was no longer really measured the actual value, right.

It became disconnected from that. So it became disconnected from what was actually going on. So by way of example, when you really think about the real issue here, and we go back, and really consider, when you really consider what was going on with this concept of money, money, ultimately, when it is in this historical development, when it represents the commodity of – commodity exchange, right, it’s a little more honest, right.

And the real issues of money then are, who produces that commodity? Well working people produced that commodity. Then the issue is, who owns the means of production of the production of those commodities? These are much more realistic questions when you want to talk about money. It’s the actual, who owns those means of production.


However, Bitcoin, for example, has nothing to do with answering those questions. The Bitcoin people are also chasing up the wrong tree, because they think that money is really about the creation of money, like who should own the creation of money or the production of money. So they think money really is about the production of money. And so therefore, they think we should decentralize its production, which is what Bitcoins are.

But those Bitcoins are not fundamentally tied to the Commodity Exchange. So it’s never really going to address it. It’s almost like living in its own reality over here, or its illusion, which is not connected to the actual Commodity Exchange. And we can ask more questions on that during the question time. So that’s one of the things that we want to understand now.

If we look at in that context, we want to look at how Imperialism will always create these crises. Okay, Imperialism will always create these crises. And why do I say that? So what is this crisis? Alright. So if you think about what occurred in, this was in Bretton Woods, right. And right after World War II, up until World War II, one of the things that came after World War II is we had the entire world literally moved to the dollar standard.

Gold Standard

The United States at that time, had two-thirds of the gold in the world. And it was decided post – World War II by the quote/unquote,” the victors” that we would go to the dollar, right. So assuming that, based on the premise that the United States in Fort Knox had about two-thirds of the world’s gold. So that’s what the Bretton Woods Accord was about. It was moving to that gold standard.

But by 1970, when the economic collapse took place in the United States, we moved away from even the gold standard. And whenever these crises take place, what the Elites do is they move further and further away from the economy actually being tied to something real. Which means, let’s say, Labor or directly connected to, let’s say, some precious metal like gold, where it’s actually representative of labor power.

So people move away from a real economy to a fake economy, which is based on promissory notes, which is what currency is. So 1970 was a very important point in US and world history because there was a major economic collapse, and that is when we moved to the Petrodollar. Now why is all of this important is because when you start connecting these dots, what you start realizing is that the Elites have this very interesting vicious cycle that they don’t know how to get out of. What is that vicious cycle?

Well, the vicious cycle goes like this. You have a bunch of companies in a particular area competing against each other. Well how do you compete? How do you compete, any answers? So what is this vicious cycle that we’re talking about? The vicious cycle is there is a point during the early stages of capitalism, where the economy matched, or the exchange of commodities matched with reality.

But one of the features of this system is that it’s all about massive competition. Well how do you compete? Because one of the features is to maximize profit at all, whatever it takes. So if you have five people or 10 people in a particular field competing, what you’re trying to do is you’re going to try to lower the cost. Well, how do you lower the cost?

Well either you pay people less wages, or you come up with new technologies, capital, goods, which manufacturing capabilities, where you can get more out of labor, right. So if you go to a lot of these car facilities, right, you have very few people running these, robots, for example, right? So in that model, you are literally creating unemployment, but you’re creating a very efficient way of producing goods. And this is what’s interesting.

And this is the contradiction. You start producing, you start overproducing. So competition drives such a level of productivity. In fact, if you look from 1970, and I want everyone to understand the statistics to today, we’ve had a 77% growth in productivity. So between 1970 to today, we’ve had a 77% growth in productivity. Which means the Elites have learned how to run these systems through robotics, manufacturing better, and better, and better.

But wages have only gone up by 12.4%. So the GDP has actually grown between 1970 to today, which means the wealth has actually grown all over the world. Productivity is increased, but people’s wages in real dollars is actually, when you work out inflation, is actually flat. So economies have grown for the Elites, but wages have been flat. So what does that do?

So you produce lots of goods. And then you have greater unemployment, which means you have an effective lowering of demand because unemployed people can’t buy the stuff. So you have overproduction. And when you have demand, when you don’t have enough demand, then the same companies do not invest in infrastructure. So right now Apple is sitting on about $255 billion worth of cash. Companies have a ton of cash. It’s not like there’s not enough cash.

In fact, there’s a lot of goods out there. When you look at the supply chain problem, it’s not like there’s not enough supply. It’s the ability to distribute those goods. But there’s a lot of goods out there, a lot of cash, but working people’s wages are flat and going down. So between 1970 ’til today, what has actually happened is, if you are making around $50,000, today, you should actually be making about $120,000. That $70,000 over the last 50 years, was actually was actually given to the Elites. This is why, in the last two years, 600 billionaires made $2.3 trillion, in value. They grew.

This is very, very important to understand. So these vicious cycles are because of Monopoly Global Imperialism. We talked about the baby formula. There’s only three people who make baby formula, and no one else can get into it. So they have ensured that no one else can compete with them. So you have monopoly capitalism, or what I call Global Imperialism. And Global Imperialism will always end up in these vicious cycles.

I hope everyone’s understanding what I’m saying. The nature of money is a historical context. Money ultimately should reflect value. But when money gets disconnected from real value, through currency, right, which is manipulated, then you will have these cycles, these Boom and Bust cycles. That’s what occurred on October 29, 1929, you had a major bust. Now the reality is the nature of Global Imperialism is it’ll always have these Booms and Busts, Booms and Busts, Booms and Busts. So how do the Elites get out of this?

Well one way is they start coming up with wacky theories, where their model is the government will centrally top down control stuff. Or they’ll come up with Bitcoin, which is another wacky concept that is divorced from reality. But it doesn’t address the central issue. And the central issue that the Elites do not want addressed is that ultimately working people need to control their means of production. Because when economies are decentralized to working people, we will actually not have these Booms and Busts because people will decide what they actually need.

We’re not going to produce a bunch of crap that we don’t need, that sits in warehouses or grain and stuff that sits there that never gets utilized. Because frankly, I was in India recently, India produces so much food, they actually put it in silos and make sure farmers do not sell it and actually sell it at one cents on the dollar to produce liquor, to feed people. So they all get blitzed out. But this is the nature of Global Imperialism. It’s a fake, illusory economic system.

Bottoms-Up Movements

So if you look from 1940, it was World War II that the Elites used to really employ people. You get a lot of people killed. But between 1940 to 1970 the GDP of the world grew. And it grew and working people also had their wages grow. Why? Because during that period, there were powerful Bottoms-Up Movements. Let me repeat that, again. During this period, wages did grow, and the economy grew. Why? Because working people got their shit together.

They organized Bottoms-Up Movements. They were real Trade Unions Bottoms-Up. But starting in 1950 there was a big wave of Anti-Communism, Anti-Socialism, right, led by the Right Wing, that anytime you said ‘working people unite’, they said that must be communist.

Then the Left Wing, people like Bernie Sanders and AOC and Elizabeth Warren and all these kinds of people, the Labor Party in UK use that opportunity that he had the quote/unquote, “attack on communism”, which actually destroyed Bottoms-Up Movements to overtake unions and do these top down movements. The Not-So-Obvious-Establishment.

So by 1970, globally, if you look in any part of the world, wherever you are, you will see that you will have a Left Wing and a Right Wing. One says they’re Pro-Labor and one says they’re Conservatives. They want austerity measures, and they both piston pump this back and forth. Alright.

This brings us, let me go back to our agenda here. We’ve now covered a brief history. What is money, this vicious cycle? And what you’ll notice is that working people always be victims of this crisis, okay? Because at every cycle of this turn, you get working people’s wages going down further and further and further down, the elites getting more and more control. But the elites have found themselves in a big conundrum right now because this is where they’re headed.

The conundrum is they have these Boom and Bust cycles. So in 1929, 1930s, they brought in Keynes, who said, yeah, I believe in capitalism, but we got to have government control. And then they did a World War to really get people employed. So the conundrum now, as you notice is, Trump literally printed in the last four years he printed $6.9 trillion. Think about that.

That’s over 30% of the GDP of the United States was printed in four years, the GDP of the which really measures sort of the entire income of the US economy, $22 trillion. Trump printed in one term, close to $7 trillion. That’s 35%. Why does he have to print money? This brings us now to Modern Monetary Theory.

So what is Modern Monetary Theory? Again, point five, you see the Left & Right really have no solutions. So what they do is they come up with band-aid solutions. They try to come up with these sexy band-aid solutions. Bitcoin, right? Or Quantitative Easing. Quantitative Easing means nothing more than printing money. Well, how does the Fed print money? You know what they do? They don’t even print it anymore.

The central banks, by the way; the United States, the UK, Canada, and Australia, which are big, by the way, which are the ones, have their own currency still. Most of the EU, Greece, and all these countries have to rely on the ECB, the European Central Bank. Most countries can’t print their currency. They’re still sort of colonies. But these four countries are the ones which are big proponents of Modern Monetary Theory.

Quantitative Easing

The Left & Right really have no solutions. So they’ve gone to what’s called Quantitative Easing in the United States, which really is $1 standard. So they have immense power through Imperialism and War. So they’ve said, we’re going to Quantitative Ease you, what does that mean?

It means that the Fed literally goes to all the local banks, and they literally, let’s say, the bank only had $1,000 in their bank account. They literally add another zero and overnight the bank’s got $10,000. It’s literally with a stroke of a keyboard they’re quote/unquote, “printing money”, literally, and you can go look at Bernanke. That’s what they say. It’s literally printing money, using the keyboard.

Modern Monetary Theory

What does MMT say? So Modern Monetary Theory, which is the theoretical basis of Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, and Obama, and Donald Trump, and Bernie Sanders, all of them because they don’t know what else to do, but to simply print money. So MMT, Modern Monetary Theory says, the whole concept of deficit doesn’t make any sense. So this is their reaction to austerity programs.

Austerity says, “Hey, we need to control spending.” So they say, the old theory was, that if the government was compared to your household, right, and everyone knows this from politicians around they say, look, if you run a household, you shouldn’t be spending more money than the income. Well the Modern Monetary Theorists, what they say is, you can’t compare a government to a household. And they say the big difference is the government is actually an issuer of currency.

You as an individual or a local government, and they make this distinction, can’t issue currency. But they forget that Greece can’t issue currency. All the, quote/unquote “poor countries” can’t. It’s only about four countries. And, and interesting enough, these four countries are the ones where I said Modern Monetary Theory is coming out of. So what they say is, look, government is not like a household. That was the old theory.

Government can actually print whatever money it wants, and government should print money. Because their view is if the government has, let’s say, $1,000 and it prints money, let’s say 1,000 bucks, right. And then it taxes people, let’s say $100, right. Then the government has essentially put net $900 into the economy. So you are getting a $900 surplus. So they’re saying the government, quote/unquote, “deficit” is people’s surplus.

Sounds all very interesting, right. But think about what they’re actually saying. What they’re actually saying is that this money, goes back to the definition of money, their view is that money, the definition of money is that the State prints money. That money is defined by the State issuing money.

Money is Commodity

Just like Bitcoin, the Modern Monetary Theorists are completely whacked. They make it sound all good. It’s a big con game, but they’re saying money is created by the government. And the government can take away money. Government creates money, and the government can take away money through taxes. Now here’s the problem. If you go back to the real definition of money, money is commodity, money really should reflect the total amount of commodities in the market.

So, if you have 10 units of commodities, which include labor and actual goods, you should have about 10 units of money, right; should be 1:1. But if you print 1,000 units of money to that 10 units, you’ve essentially done 100:1 ratio, which means that’s called inflation. So the Modern Monetary Theorists said, “yes, yes, we know, we know this could cause inflation, but we know how to control that. We’ll just tax people.” Because their theory is you print as you need to support projects like the Green New Deal. And if inflation happens, which is happening right now, you will just tax people.

They claim centrally at the government level, you will control through fiscal policy, the economy. Now what are they really saying? What they’re really saying is, we’re really fu-, we’re in a major problem. And we don’t know how to handle our Booms and Busts, just like in 1929. So we’re going to come up with a Neo-Keynesian model. Remember, Neo-Keynesian means the government intervenes. But we’re gonna call it Modern Monetary Theory.

There’s nothing modern about this monetary theory. Neither is it based on the real definition of money, which should reflect the value of commodity exchange. Nor is it modern. It is basically a Keynesian wrapped up, it’s Neo-Keynesian theory. Again, not to get lost in these terms, but Neo-Keynesian means, top down centralized control. That’s what we’re talking about. So Modern Monetary Theory, as I said in my agenda here is the latest hack of the Left and the Right.

Remember they work together. Bernie Sanders, Ocasio Cortez, they’re all part of the same Establishment. Donald Trump is part of the same Establishment. They have the Left actors and the Right actors. It’s all theater. Again, just to repeat, Donald Trump printed $6.9 trillion, Obama printed $4.3 trillion in a term, right. So don’t get lost in this Left/Right, nonsense. The bottom line is this. All of this bullshit is being done , so we as people do not build a Bottoms-Up Movement, to really decentralize the means of production back to working people.

I’ll repeat that again. The only way out of this, a real economy is driven when you’re actually making goods and services that people need. And it drives a real economy. As I said, this Boom and Bust cycle where this ultra-monopolist competition takes place, products get produced and a few people control the production of these products. Sometimes they can’t even get distributed, like we saw with the baby formula.

And so you create crises, after crises, after crisis. But in every turn of this cycle, where these monopolists compete, they overproduce. In order to compete they have to lower wages, they have to get rid of people. Then they create a big unemployment pool of people. But these people can’t even buy the products that they’ve created. And because they can’t buy their products, they do not invest back in the economy.

So it is this vicious cycle of Global Imperialism. But remember, the Modern Monetary Theory, people are so off, because they think you have to inject cash, that the government has to inject cash. Well Apple is sitting, like I said, on $255 billion worth of cash. Why isn’t Apple injecting cash into the economy? Think about it. Why?

Because their concept of growth, which is real growth, is divorced from the reality of what’s actually going on. Because their sense of growth is to maximization of profit, you sweatshop pay people in China. And if you can’t do it there, then move it to India. It has nothing to do with real growth, which is meeting the needs of people.

It’s not a real GDP, it’s a fake GDP. So if you look at back in 1920, and you look at today there’s a lot of lessons to be learned. Go back to 1920.

And by the way, I encourage everyone to go to We have a curriculum. I’m giving you just pieces of it today that educates people, because we need to build a movement. And a movement cannot be built until we understand the historical basis. And we understand there’s a scientific way to build a movement.

But if you go back to the late 1800’s and 1900’s, movements were building Bottoms-Up. And those movements were really about building decentralized economies where working people controlled. Because working people are the ones who produce these real commodities, real value. And as those movements grew by the 1920’s and 30’s, those movements were on the precipice of gaining immense power.

And that’s when the Elites were so afraid of serious changes, they had the Not-So-Obvious-Establishment. It’s not the real solution. It’s the Not-So-Obvious-Establishment. They made Franklin Delano Roosevelt the hero, right. As though he saved the working people. What he did was actually he did top down control of the economy, which essentially prolonged human suffering.

And in fact, right after the New Deal, as I mentioned, there was essentially unemployment escalating. And the only way they could stop that was to get involved in World War II, which basically, fully employed everyone.

I hope it’s clear that when you look back here, the Green New Deal is a hack. That idea is that you’re going to drive the economy by just printing money. And that somehow, the invisible hand of the government or the visible hand of the government to be correct, is going to manage all of these processes. So Modern Monetary Theory is basically saying that we’re going to print money, and they’re acknowledging they’re going to print money.

It’s basically institutionalizing Quantitative Easing. And it is saying that if there’s a problem, if there’s inflation, we’ll control it by increasing taxes. That’s pretty much Modern Monetary Theory period. It doesn’t recognize that wages haven’t risen. It doesn’t recognize that the Elites aren’t investing any money into the economies right now, that we actually have a stagnancy of the global economy.


In conclusion, I think what we really need to recognize is that Modern Monetary Theory is Neo-Keynesianism. Keynesianism, it is nothing new. What it is, though, is a new costume. It’s a new hack. It’s really the new Big Lie of the Left and the Right.

And I hope, unlike what occurred in the 1800’s and 1900’s, all of you have an opportunity to review this video, get trained in the Science of Systems. Because we need to build a Bottoms-Up Movement again where working people, fight for their interests, and do not get lost in this Left/ Right narrative, Anti-Communist, Pro-Communist, right. Pro-Labor, Anti-Labor, whatever the -isms is, Pro & Anti.

That we need to really look at this. And the only way out of this is to really build real vibrant economies where working people’s interests… I’m not talking about destitute people. I’m talking about actually people who have Labor value. That they contribute. That they get involved in building a Bottoms-Up Movement.


John, should we take any questions we have? Yeah, so here’s sort of an ignorant fellow Tom, Tom K. And this is what I want to address. So he says your solution is Communism, with other words. So first of all, this is sort of this Left/Right dialectic. I’m sure this person doesn’t even know what communism is. Can’t probably even define it. And it’s a knee jerk reaction to a lack of understanding. Because one of the things that needs to be understood is that when you say ‘working people unite’, the Establishment has brainwashed people into thinking that Karl Marx owns that or that’s Marxist.

By the way, that terminology existed long before Marx. And furthermore, when Marx died, by the way, Engel said that the worst people in the world were Marxist. And most people haven’t even read Das Kapital or Adam Smith, etc. So they just spew this garbage. Oh, that’s communist, that’s socialist, that’s fascist etc, without really ever understanding this. And this is how the Left and the Right control people through absolute ignorance.

But we need to eliminate these -isms, these categorical statements and look at things as they are, not what they want them to be. And not essentially spout these reactionary statements. We’re not talking about communism, we’re not talking about socialism, we’re not talking about capitalism. What we’re talking about is understanding that working people ultimately produce value.

Now, if you want to call that communism, you can call it that. If you want to call that capitalism, you can call it that. But neither of those categories fit it. It basically says that Labor produces things and this was part of a historical movement that existed Beyond Left & Right. And value comes from the production of goods, right?

And when that’s divorced from that you have fake economies. This has nothing to do with socialism, or communism, or capitalism, or fascism. “Money used to be backed by gold?” Yes. Jeffrey Dugan says that. Yeah, so Jeffrey, we talked about that. There was a time, it’s not just backed by gold. And we need to get this clear. There was a time when if you looked at the sum total of commodities, the commodity exchange, the economy, the value of that economy, money reflected the value of that economy.

So if you had an ounce of gold, it actually reflected the purchasing power of something in the actual economy. But when we started creating, when we divorced money from the actual value of what was being created, that’s when you created these fake Booms and Busts. And that’s where we’re at right now.

The only way the Elites know how to solve that is to come up with Modern Monetary Theory, Keynesian economics. Ultimately what will need to happen, if people choose to do this, is that we need a decentralized economic system. We need to make sure that goods and services that are being produced actually have real markets for them to be used. And they’re priced at levels that actually match so you don’t have these inflationary systems.

John: Alexis is asking; How is all that any less silly than Bitcoin?

Dr.Shiva: What Modern Monetary Theory? Yeah. It’s a great question. That’s Jason right. Yeah. MMT equals Bitcoin. It’s the same thing. So remember, what happens is the big distraction that takes place, every generational cycle is to distract working people from coming together, understanding the physics of economies, understanding the value of their labor, and building these movements.

And so instead of addressing those fundamental things to build a Bottoms-Up Movement, working people uniting, what always happens is the Left Wing, the Right Wing essentially distracts people. And that distraction, typically the latest distraction, is they can’t even understand their model of Imperialism.

So then they say, well, we need to have government get involved, right. So it’s not about resolving this from supporting a Bottoms-Up Movement, decentralize. It’s about centralizing it top down. That’s what Modern Monetary Theory is. And what’s ironic about Bitcoin is Bitcoin really doesn’t understand what money is. So they think the real issue with money is, oh, if everyone could make money, create money, which is mine… by the way, not everyone can create Bitcoins.

That too, has become centralized. If you look at who can afford the computing, who can afford the energy to do mining. It’s a few people. So bitcoin is highly centralized. But they have the erroneous theory that money is something that is a function of who creates it, which is not that different from the MMT people who said, “Oh, the State creates money.” So neither of these people really understand, have divorced the essence of what money is, value, that’s related to a real economy and they’ve made it some fiction. What’s next John?

John: Someone says, how about NFT’s?

Dr.Shiva: Yeah, so NFT’s, some people may know are ways to monetize on, it’s very interesting, it’s really, ultimately and I don’t consider NFT’s that different from a contract. Okay. Again it’s a NEO version of a contract because you’re saying that you have, you can own a digital asset, and you can monetize a contract. So, NFT’s like the Bitcoin model, in many ways are divorced from the real issue of what actually creates value.

Next John? I’ll do a whole video if you want on NFT’s. We can go into Bitcoin. But today’s goal that I wanted everyone to really take away was, I wanted people to really understand that the Elites are getting ready to shove down people’s throats, Modern Monetary Theory, okay? And they’re going to be doing a big sales job. And the big sales job is that, hey, we need to print money, and the government will figure out how to print money for good projects. And don’t worry, the government will take care of inflation. But either thing that they do is actually divorce from real market economies. Go ahead, John.

John: This person’s saying I’m not sure what they’re referring to. They’re saying MMT is not popular. You’re crazy.

Dr.Shiva: So Matt Lucien says, “MMT is not popular. You’re crazy.” I hope it doesn’t become popular, Matt. I’d be very happy. But if you watch what’s going on, and watch it carefully, if you don’t want to call it MMT, I would just ask you, Matt, what was Trump’s printing of $6.2 trillion? That was following Modern Monetary Theory. What was Obama’s printing of $4.3 trillion? What do you call that? And in one year, Biden has printed $1.5 trillion. This is MMT.

MMT has been in full scale since 2008 when Quantitative Easing started.

MMT and Quantitative Easing are the same thing. They’ve just put a nice big thing on it called Modern Monetary Theory. But after the banks collapsed, Obama printed $4.3. Trump came into office, you had a black guy print $4.3 trillion, then they needed a white guy to manipulate the American white working class. So he printed $6.9 trillion. No racism involved here.

The point is that a lot of people, working people voted for Obama. And then he screwed all of them by saving the Big Banks. So they needed someone to manipulate the white working class, because they’ve given up on Obama. So Trump comes in. But ultimately, Trump printed $6.9 trillion. That is Modern Monetary Theory.

That’s what I want people to understand. We are in full force with Modern Monetary Theory. So when people say, “Oh, Biden created inflation,” it’s sort of stupid. You can’t create inflation, like in one year. Trump printed $6.9 trillion. That was, four years ago, and Obama printed $4.3 trillion. So you have to understand that both Left & Right don’t know what to do.

When the Elites first of all, you have to understand they’re not that bright, but they are brutal. And they are very, very cunning. They’re not that bright. I used to give them a lot of credit, but they’re very cunning, very brutal. Brutal means assuming everyone else is stupid. And we’ll use the Left and Right to just print money.

And don’t be, don’t be alarmed if we get involved in more wars, either directly or indirectly. Because one of the goals is that overproduction will take place. People won’t be able to buy their goods, you’ll have unemployment will increase, or they’ll try to do fake employment, right, where they don’t even count people properly. “Is this inflation? How do we explain the value of the dollar being so high?” Yeah.

So remember, the dollar can be so high, because there’s only one person who controls the dollar, the United States government. They sort of have a monopoly on the dollar. And you can also understand that when the US prints money, where did all that money go? Very few people got that money. Most of that money went into Jared Kushner’s bank account. Went into the bank’s bank account.

And they use that money to speculate and to drive up the values of these stocks, which then has a relationship into making the US economy and the dollar seem stronger than they really are. It’s all speculative. It’s all built on garbage. It’s not really built on a real economy.

Okay, so anyway, I hope this was valuable. And this as I mentioned, tonight, those of you want to ask questions, please join us. I’ll be doing it at 8pm, we already did the one at 11am. But at 8pm EST, you can go to, you’ll be given a link. But we really want to invite all of you to recognize that, I’ve railed on MMT. I’ve given you a quick history lesson. But the ultimate goal is we need to build a Bottoms-Up Movement. And how do you build that movement? The movement needs to begin with a basis in universal laws. Engineering Systems Theory offers us that basis.

And we can go around, we can, as working people, be in that vicious cycle and lose, and lose, and lose. Wages keep going down. Or we can understand how to get out of this. And how we get out of this is to have the right theoretical framework to understand how change takes place. And one of the key things that we’ve done is we’ve taken the laws of Thermodynamic Theory. We’ve taken the laws of Eastern and Western Medical Theory and Political Theory and put it together to have a foundational basis that we can use to build a Bottoms-Up Movement.

I hope everyone takes advantage of that. Because we need leaders. We need people who really know how to think Beyond Left & Right, frankly, know how to think not what to think, and get over these – isms. And just stop blanketly just repeating what the Left tells them, or repeating what the Right tells him. That’s the only way out of this.

I hope people join us. Also, those of you, I highly recommend everyone join our course. We’ve given scholarships to people. Go to Become a part of the Truth Freedom Health® Movement, and get the book, Truth Freedom Health®. And we made the book free, System and Revolution. Take advantage of that.

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