Here is a list of questions which the organization CMI asks:
1) Almost every year there are more dollars in existence than the year before. Where do these new dollars come from?
2) Who gets the privilege of spending these new dollars without first
having to earn them? Is this fair? Have you ever received one of these
newly created, excess dollars?
3) If every single American received an equal share of the newly created dollars, what effect would it have on the economy?
4) If these new dollars were distributed unequally, what would the effect be?
5) Only about 3% of the dollars in existence exist in the form of
physical currency (paper money, coins). What form does the other 97%
6) If banks make money by lending out money that is deposited,
how can that money be both lent out and available for withdrawal at the
7) Why is counterfeiting dollars illegal?
8) If a
counterfeiter could produce a perfect reproduction (indistinguishable
from the real thing), would there be a victim to the crime?
9) If so, who is the victim and how are they actually hurt?
10) If you were granted the sole legal right to manufacture dollars in
unlimited quantity, would there be anything that you couldn’t buy? Would
there be any real limits to your power? Would a democracy still be
possible under that condition?
Of course the answer to these questions is that the government performs state-sanctioned theft, and is highly unethical, and highly immoral, and anyone who supports it should be imprisoned.