Creeping Into The Mainstream: Central Bankers Executed in Clinton Whistleblower's New Film
The film, about a jazz musician who wakes up from a 1987 coma in 2016 to a world he no longer recognizes musically, culturally, or financially, focuses-- from its financial standpoint-- on an oft ignored subject by mainstream media: the effects that trillions of dollars of central bankers' unabated money "printing", asset purchases, and artificially low interest rates are having on the world population.
Produced by Sue Veres Royal, who was the whistleblower in a New York Times article "An Award for Bill Clinton Came With $500,000", she believes the financial issues examined in the film-- written and directed by her husband, Duke Ellington Orchestra alum Gregory Charles Royal-- are no longer ivory tower topics.
"Everyday people are hearing stories about CEO's doing immoral things and walking away with billions of dollars made possible by the central bankers' money printing and in some cases, negative percent interest rates." (Conditions which inflate the wealthy's stock values as companies and central bankers take this free "monopoly" money and buy up stocks and other assets that in turn run up their values). "They hear this while simultaneously trying to save money from their paychecks as they get absolutely excoriated by these central bankers' rigged policies which pay people zero interest on their money. I talk to my friends and people used to try to build a nest egg and live off of that interest and now it's all gone," says Veres Royal.
Gregory Charles Royal adds, "It is amazing to me that for decades, other issues in the film such as the vast changes in the music industry, zombies wandering around New York on their stupid boxes (mobile devices) or even inappropriate language on television during the family dinner hour, have made it into our national discussion, but this most ridiculous one-sided slant on everyday people (money printing and zero interest rates), has been hiding in plain sight for this long - at least until this Presidential campaign."
Several headlines in the film are shown on the mobile devices of pedestrians and mix historic occurrences with over-the-top point makers as the jazz musician roams the streets of New York in this new world. A couple of the headlines include the historic irony that Benny Goodman, Elvis Presley, and Kenny G are "Kings" of their respective Black musical genres and that Janet Yellen, Haruhiko Kuroda and Mario Draghi are set to be executed at The Hague for financial crimes against humanity.
"World's Not for Me" is set to screen again at the New York Jazz Film Festival in November 2016 and was produced by SVR and Associates and American Youth Symphony. Sue Veres Royal is also a blogger at the Huffington Post.