"MAMA ECONOMY" (THE ECONOMY EXPLAINED) ORIGINAL SONG by TAY ZONDAY Feat. LINDSEY STIRLING

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Skullkan6 : The sad part is this isn't even radical, this is just the facts of how things work with the american economy.

chunksthemonkey1 : 4/10, didn't move away from the mic to breathe.

From Venus To Saturn : Remember this dude has a Phd

Lamarr Otems : this song is so fricken amazing. getting better over the years. I'd pay him to make more songs like this

2serveand2protect : Listen up & listen well - six years of "ECONOMY SCHOOL" explained in 4 minutes.

Blisteryearth : You know John Adams (past president) saw this coming. When the "federal reserve" decided to handle U.S's money supply has a privately owned banking company. The federal reserve had an internet rate when ever the U.S wanted to make money meaning that once they borrowed 1000000 dollars they would need to pay 1100000. this caused a hole that can never be filled. No matter what we ever do we will be in debt because of this they call this "Fiot money." During the time john Adams ran a campaign to trying to make the use of Fiot Money Illegal but John Adams died before his campaign would have enough of an effect. and now we can't do anything because we are to far in. the only thing that would fix this economy is the global collapse of economy or the collapse of the dollar. At this moment we're called Debt slaves. Every dollar we own has attached interest with it. There is only one way to get rid of our debt.. to give every single printed dollar, and computerized versions of them to the federal reserve which would buy back interest rates, but even then we would still be in debt due to interest but then we could claim global economical collapse and if we could then receive support from other countries we could finally end this debt... Then we would need to focus our attention on the Euro because they are about to collapse like us as well for the same reasons.

Phoenix Nebula : *Watches U.S. National Debt Clock while listening* Currently 18,772,300,000,000+

Jinga Yinga : 3 years later and nothing has changed... just that there is now a new bubble. My generation will be saddled with debt... and the generations after that until the end of humanity if we don't realise that voting for the party which takes the most out of the treasury is unsustainable.

theCornyJoke : This song just gets more and more worrying as I grow up and become an adult.

Joseph Bennett : I'm posting this from Internet Explorer. don't know when it will actually be posted but congrats on 100 views!!

Ghalaghor McAllistor : This song is still relative today.

Hari TC : This song is more instructive than anything that I studied at school...

Ghalaghor McAllistor : Sadly, this song will never stop being relevant.

Link Hidalgogato : from when no one knew lindsey sterling

TrYz RAID : i watched this in 2011 (i was 11), had no clue what he was on about, now im 19 and studied business. now i see how amazing this song is :D

Moloch Adui : raising consciousness with a powerful voice.

theCornyJoke : This just made me sad. It was catchy, but very sad...

RebelBeamMaster X84 : Seize the means of production!

Ghalaghor McAllistor : Song is still relevant today and Lindsey looks cute in this video.

Cherie Guinn : Dear Internet, Why did I not know of this masterpiece? Sincerely, Me

Tracertong322 : Damn. New respect for you dude.

Jfreek5050 : I swear, at this point landfills must be like giant goldmines by now. Imagine how much recycling would get done if we made an industry dedicated to mining the shit out of it.

Michel Jobez : Bravo. Simply bravo. This song is simply brilliant, be it in the purpose, the music or the lyrics. And the almost-cutesy presentation ('Mama economy') clashing with all of the hidden snark. Incredible.

Micah Schweitzer : Mr. Zonday, you're awesome. I hate to be the Neo-Godwin in the room, but this song is extra relevant now that we have Trump. As long as business ownership is out of reach for the vast majority of us, the stock market isn't a good indicator of the standard of living.

Wandering Marine Vet : I love this video. It is insightful and catchy. You seem to be a good person. Thank you for your work.

Andrew Mitchell : I gotta ask, what's up with all the irrelevant and trolling comments on this video. This video has messages ya'll know!?

Nathaniel Williams : Economics homework now complete

sogghartha : "Turning 30 40 50 gotta move in with my parents" .. and then your parents die and you're out on the street. :O

Nikushimi_Zero : I really love the beat to this song. I hope to hear more songs from you with similar beats. Idk, I just really love the beat and flow.

holyheccaroni : can you repeat that in english please?

DanTheMan225 : 2:52 "So the Ph.D's and the G.E.D's cry with Ayn Rand down at the temp agency Screamin "We believed in meritocracy!" Damn that is vivid. So true.

Crayz : Alright time to present this to Congress...

Grandmaster UV : Thank you tay for your service to this country spreading ultra important information. Hopefully through our consolidated efforts we will reform this country and make it a great system once again... before the banking turned private. Jefferson predicted the fail of US economy if private bankers were allowed.

Quaglium Quagnarr : He looks like a substitute teacher and a student fused together to make an informative music video.

Julian Colon : C A P I T A L I S M

Skald 'n' Scrivener : This song is legitimately epic. And it explains it perfectly.

Prisca Lovu : i can't believe he's 33 years old he looks soo young....

GanjalfDaGreen0 : This guy's hairline is so low

Joe King : More helpful then my economics class thanks for helping me pass me test

cyberpunkspike : +JohnSavant I'm not sure what the hell you're talking about, or which song you're hearing.  This is not a song promoting "free market", "deregulation", "privatization", neoliberalism, often attributed to the Chicago school of economics.  In addition Friedman claims randian thinkers have been perverting his beliefs, by claiming that his thinking equates with theirs, which he vehemently disputes. The song is clearly a message against the Reagan/Thatcher/Pinochet downward spiral in which we've been living.   It appears he's not advocating which method is required to repair the damage, but it's clear at least that neoliberalism is to blame. 

kendanielone : Big picture: stay out of debt, debt is how the elite keep you dependent. Also, you'll always be ripped off if dependent on wages from being someone else's employee.

Javier Mercedes : You have to listen to this song a couple times to get everything thats in there

Christen Parke : I had to see how old he is now in 2016 he is 34 years old

Dominator J : man I wish he didn't breathe into the mic, why doesn't he just turn away?

Zoe Z : 534 people didn't get Mama Economy to make them understand

captainnutella67 : I miss Tay's original songs. This was the last one...

teknowafel sam : Schoolhouse rock on crack

Liberal Euthanizer : I feel like offering this man human sacrifices

Junie Haloway : This is actually really sad..

Fahad Khan : Just finished reading "Debt" by Dave Graeber. Could've saved time by listening to this first.