At a domestic level, it has long been known by accountants that whoever controls the purse strings, controls the management of the household. This documentary clearly windows the private strategic management of the American dollar as not having the general public's best interests at heart. It flags corporate theft by de-regulation that is heartedly needed to be avoided. It flags the need for a regulatory system of trade protections that are against citizen destitution. It questions the lack of gold standard in the American dollar and it challenges loyalty interests over the survival needs of growing disadvantage. In this way, the emergent and growing need for personal change, arising from the mis-handling of monetary market "God's of trust", underwrites the movement of social unrest that US citizens now occupy. Ferguson's Inside job caused me to think about how a privately owned Central Bank could support the social welfare aspirations of the Occupy Movement when socialism is not capitalism. Why a government, that is elected to represent public wants and needs, is being subordinated by minority group capitalism. In terms of artistic integrity, I wondered if the integrity of a monetary system should be assessed by how creative it is? The views expressed in the above documentary say yes it should and no it should not. Why don't you watch the documentary then share what you think.