If you’ve 90 minutes to spare in the next month, you can invest it most wisely by watching the acclaimed documentary ‘Four Horsemen’.
If you’re doubtful, just watch the first 10 minutes and you’ll undoubtedly see the value in watching the entire film.
It’s anything but a boring documentary on the world of finance. Indeed, it analyses history, culture and finance to intelligently set the events of today — wars, famine, cultural degeneration, global warming and financial crisis — in context.
It includes the views of some of the smartest people on this planet, including economist Michael Hudson and linguist and writer Noam Chomsky. Max Keiser and Joseph Stiglitz also make an appearance.
If you care about this planet, and would like to make it a better place for yourself and your family, watch it. It’s shocking, yet also inspirational.
It will certainly make you walk around with your eyes wide open.
As it says at the end of the film: “An invasion of armies can be resisted, but not an idea whose time has come.”
The film was made by Ross Ashcroft, otherwise known as the Renegade Economist, whose twitter sign on is: @RossAshcroft