Responsibility, Banksters, and Hope

This an unplanned essay, but we hope to soon release a booklet on the same topic. More adept analysis has been done by other people, but my focus is on how the general, non-technical person could, and in some times and places does, benefit[1] (or suffer) from modern banking practices.

Responsibility

“Those who shrink from responsibilities keep on shrinking in other ways too.” — a quote from one of those “quote of the day things”[2].

Banksters (my name for the gang of unethical bankers) shrank away from the responsibility of fostering a fair, sustainable money system.

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Poverty and Prosperity

If you are reading this, then I might be a little bit dead. I’ll be back, but we should all be concerned a bit.

In the past, I did a few articles ahead, so that if I got busy or something, you would still have something to read. However, I fell ill for such a long time that the backlog got exhausted. If you want to know what I’m sick with, it’s poverty. In the modern world, the lack of money is the fruit of the rapacity system, and the cause of great evils. The cure may be prosperity (or “life more abundantly”), but the weird thing is that many people have dedicated what remains of their life to spreading the disease, perhaps out of ignorance.

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