There's a lot that needs to be looked at to fix this problem. An analysis of winners and losers is probably a great place to start - regarding what will happen to everyone if a shift is made in this system.
As with most problems involving big big amounts of money - fighting amongst winners and losers must be factored into our expectations of what to expect as the problem is first discussed, then revealed, then attempts are made to solve it.
Compartmentalization seems to work in our lives for lots of things and it would probably work pretty well when it comes to solving the problems of our money system. But we won't have many options available internally to fix this problem when there is a globalist agenda working every day - while you and I are at work (those of us working) - globalists at work every day to usurp the sovereignty of the United States and take away forever the options available to us internally.
I agree with the video where eventually a UN bank will be the be-all end-all "solution" that will enter the picture at just the right time to "save us."
If the only way out is for the bigshots to save their own asses by selling us all out they will do exactly that. What is in it for them to keep their money if the whole country is going down the shitter? Why would the elites and ultra-rich give up their fortunes for the betterment of the rest of us? I don't see that happening.
I also don't see any cohesion between the average American citizens.
Most of our problem is that most people listen more to what Sean Hannity and Rush told them than to what their neighbor, possibly a banker who understands all this has been trying to tell them for years.
Americans ignore that we are all where we are because of very basic problem - and are soothed with the images beaming out of their Telescreens.
Our media - needs to be forced to help us fix this or we will never have the basic public discussions that have to happen - at a personal level.
This is a short video - why is there not more serious discussion of this matter on the telescreen?
Who owns your TeeVee stations? Why do they not explain this to the public if it is such a serious problem?
Our media remains PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER 1 - the problems can be solved - including this money situation - but since the solutions that benefit you and me are not what those who own our TeeVees are after - the problem will remain a "conspiracy theory" bringing opprobrium to those discussing it with their "friends" in public.
My experience discussing serious matters with so-called "adults" I know usually ends with discussions of hollywood stars I cannot identify - so we have a ways to go before the public can face this matter.