I often want to rip up the very pillar of civilization and the values resting on it. There were some voices thundered in Occupy Wall Street. The earth is a common possession and inherently everyone born here has ownership over it or has a distinct share of it. Nobody is born to die of famine and starvation. The earth is big enough and its resources are abundant to feed one and all and yet most are deprived and impoverished and only a few shrewd people are having control over the bounties of the mother earth. Money is in fact a means or medium of payment, a sort of exchange system invented to ease up the intricacies of exchange or transactions in society. Money is a payment for your sale of the good you have that can benefit the other, the good being both physical and intellectual. But today things have gone topsy-turvy. People are overly paid, more than what they deserved or than what they have sold or exchanged. Their goods have been overrated. There has been a great break in the system. I am not an economist. However I think there are fault lines in the system. Through this flaw in the mechanics of money in society most resources are concentrated in a few hands. Suppose if you have a lot of money or if you are a broker or a big earner you will be able to purchase more and with your lots of money you can own more goods and can create a form of scarcity or too much money in circulation unmatched by appropriate economic activities is likely to lead to a state of stagflation, the kind that happened / is happening in Greece or in the PIIGs during the euro zone recession. Capitalism has failed and if not must fail and the redistribution of resources must be underway. Financial institutions / investment banks though preliminarily set up to create easy credit to stimulate economic activities have failed and their concentration has been mainly on mobilizing or triggering money supplies only, not supplementing economic activities.