Central banks tell us inflation is inevitable and even good for our economies. Money loses value and prices rise. But the value of our money doesn’t just disappear. It is transferred, in the form of real wealth, to a banking and corporate elite. So why are we using their money if it is making us poorer?
The Dinar Movement is building an alternative to Capitalism, based on Muslim principles. In this film, we clarify the nature of modern money versus the arguments of the Dinar Movement and its history, from its birth in Spain in 1992, when gold and silver coins were first minted, to its current success in South East Asia, where this initiative for real, intrinsic value money, is picking up momentum.