From Wikipedia: "Let’s Make Money is an anti-capitalist Austrian documentary by Erwin Wagenhofer released in 2008. It is about aspects of the development of the world wide financial system, focussing on how elitists economically exploit the rest of society, especially in the developing world, but also in western nations."

Don't be alarmed by the anti-capitalist branding. This is the same kind of documentary as Lifting the Veil or Inside Job.

What this documentary reveals is the dark side of the political capitalism: people exploited in the developing countries, a greedy elite that makes its money off your back, the shrinking wages and the ever rising bonuses, governments toppled because they refuse to bend to the economic policies of the IMF or the World Bank and the economic extremists think tank controlling politics.

We've lived a strange era during the last 30 years. Big money finally achieved its domination over politics and forced it to follow its ultra liberal agenda so it can get more money. As a result, TVs got bigger while wages stagnated. And yet, satisfied by the short terms pleasures of our new technological lives, we don't oppose the established order where a few rule the many (quite opposed to democracy). This is why we have to change things.

About Carlito Riego

"Great perfection may appear imperfect, but its usefulness is inexhaustible. Great abundance may appear empty, but its usefulness cannot be exhausted. Great correctness may appear twisted, great skills appear crude, great eloquence appear awkward. Activity conquers cold; inactivity conquers heat. Clear serenity governs the world." - Lao Zi