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Economic Democracy vs Bankster Plutocracy

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Economic Democracy vs Bankster Plutocracy

From flickr.com/photos/40966760@N00/8315653816/: The Divide Between Rich and Poor in the Developed World is Opening Up Fast
The Divide Between Rich and Poor in the Developed World is Opening Up Fast
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Bankers have long exercised a near absolute monopoly on the creation and primary allocation of money. International bankers engineered and enabled the present and intensifying corporate-plutocrat ownership structure of the Western world. What might happen if a people-serving government issued its own debt-free fiat money, instead of using bank-issued credit/debt money that commits the nation to debt servitude and neo-corporate serfdom?

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Here's an illuminating case that I found on Facebook,

16 Things Libya Will Never See Again as quoted by Michael Parenti October 24, 2011

1. There was no electricity bill in Libya; electricity was free for all its citizens.

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2. There was no interest on loans, banks in Libya were state-owned and loans given to all its citizens at zero percent interest by law.

3. Having a home was considered a human right in Libya.

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I spent my working life as an independent small business owner/operator. My academic background is in philosophy and political economy. I began studying monetary systems and monetary history after the 1982 banking crash that was precipitated by (more...)
 

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