Liberal economists and other suppoters of globalisation tell us that we see today a crisis of liquidity. It to tell simply they try to prove us that there is too little money in the economic system that is why we should give loans to banks and insurance companies increasing tax rates and put industry into irons. It is a fraud.
I propose you a simple example. According to the statistics of the WTO Russian exports is US$ 183 billion. Russian imports is US$ 95 billion. Where are US$ 88 billion? Russia makes a gift to the FRS buying American Treasury bonds and notes. It means Russia sells oil, gas, gold, iron, diamonds, timber, fish, weapons, space technology and buys promises that it will be paid. Not only Russia makes so.
One year before the crisis in 2006 derivative financial instruments trading volume was US$ 2,900,000,000,000,000.00. That year universal gross product was US$ 60 trillion, it means in 50 times less.
People don't prefer to eat money, to wear money, we prefer to eat food and to wear clothes. How do think what will happen if there is money in 50 times more than it is necessary to buy everything what is produced by world economy? Maybe, the experience of Zimbabwe will give you an idea: