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Is El Profesor the criminal or the central bankers?


My binge-watching experience began with Babylon Berlin, followed by Wild Wild Country, and then, along came the two-season series of La casa de papel—a series with the perfect combination of addiction and a super-well written script (I marvel at the ingenuity of the script) and the excellent characters.

The series is about eight multi-talented criminals [sic], hired by a mysterious chap called ‘El Profesor.’ He is the imaginative daring master mind behind the complex operation. Their code names are cities: Berlin, Rio, Helsinki and so on. The narrator and heroine is Tokyo, but the actors are all equally great.

While the eight conduct the heist along with their hostages, El Profesor monitors the operation’s progress and works to outsmart the police from his secret location away from the La casa de papel.

Who are the criminals? El Profesor’s plan is specific: a totally harmless operation from which he and his collaborators would benefit hugely financially. After all, in reality, they use the facility of the La casa de papel to print money, and, in fact, do not steal money from anyone, at all.

Whereas, In fact, the US Federal Reserve was created by the US Congress on 23 December 1913. That same model is used by the European Central Bank and others world wide. The Central Bankers are, in fact, the ultimate thieves who enrich themselves by creating money from nothing and charging their clients exorbitant interest rates that often lead, directly and indirectly, to hardships and misery.

In April 2018, it was confirmed that there would be a third season produced in 2019. It will be helmed by the same chap behind the original two-part series, Alex Pina. The story of season 3 will follow ‘El Profesor,’ but it’s unknown if Tokyo, Rio, Denver and the rest of the wonderful team will be back or not.

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