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Charles Smith moved to Hawaii at 15, entering Lanai High School as one of only three Anglos.
By marriage or birth his immediate family includes Mexican-American, African-American,
Asian-American, and Caucasian bloodlines. He's put his degree in Philosophy to good use by
becoming a builder, a volunteer for the American Friend's Sevice Committee, and helped found
the People's Party of Hawaii. He currently make his home in Berkeley, California.
(3 comments) SHARE Tuesday, February 25, 2014 Banks Are Obsolete: The Entire Parasitic Sector Can Be Eliminated
What else can we do with the $1.25 trillion we'll save by eliminating these obsolete financial middleman parasites? A lot.
Technology has leapfrogged the banking sector, rendering it as obsolete as buggy whips. So why are we devoting 9% of our economy to an obsolete parasite?