Money is not the root of injustice. The root of injustice comes out of the wickedness of man and his love for money. It is mans greed and immoral ways that have perverted and uprooted the basic principles for which the idea of money had been originally devised for.
We must all understand that money is something that is not real. Money is a concept that we as a society all agree on. But this wasn’t always so. The principle of money came from olden times when people would use gold or silver to trade. However the constant fear of robbers and thieves meant that the people needed a safe place to put there gold. To fulfill this need the banking industry was born. People would surrender there goods, to a banker who was to be trusted, in exchange for a claimcheck. It is in these banks that the workings of what ultimately seemed like a good idea turned into one of the biggest scandals mankind has ever pulled off to date. Claimchecks where soon being used as the new medium in exchange of goods. Whenever anyone accepted a claimcheck for gold or silver "coins" in exchange for his product or service, the exchange was incomplete. The exchange was not completed until the holder of the claimcheck presented it to the banker and was
This grand scheme however could have not been done without the greed and corruptness of a select few. A quote by Kant on the Topic of Evil The wickedness . This debt was soon given the name "MONEY," by the bankers. But this idea did not stay true for very long because the bankers in their conveying ways pulled a little switch-a-roo by engaging in the practice of usury. So when I go to buy my horse, instead of lugging around and measuring out each gold coin for purity and authenticity, I have in my hand a claimcheck from a reputable bank in the amount of 100 yen, dollars, pesos whatever. So who are these tyrants who have captivated our social economic right to justice They are the lenders creditors politicians lawmakers lawyers and organized institutions of money that have enslaved each and every one of us by praying and manipulating us into believing that it is somehow ok to use there money in exchange for a fee. By issuing out dollars, yen, pesos etc. So the claimcheck I held in my hand was proof evidence that the bank who stored my gold was indeed in my debt or to whomever I exchanged my claimcheck with. In order to acquire a monopoly on their credit fraud and make it "legal," the bankers proceeded to weave their thieving scheme into the law. For their love of money and that to which it brings had blinded them to act selfishly against humanity and to all of man kind.