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let's be clear
capitalism should be associated with a free market|
this, in turn, means certain assumptions about money itself
a "free market" should be associated with "free money", in the sense that the definition of money itself is not interfered with
but presently money is not free of outside influence. In the USA it is owned by a cabal of banks, in particular, European banks
Again, a core technique of these people is to use words to disguise intent
In America, the bank which creates "money" as it is, is called the Federal Reserve Bank. This makes it sound, by association, like a government enterprise, by using the term "Federal". But it is not.
It is privately owned, and immune to audit. The public, who work, and therefore are the true owners of money, do not have property ownership over their work. Money is work.
The Federal Reserve Bank owns the right to issue money. This "front company" is owned by other banks. The public is denied the right to know the names of these banks and the names of the key people who control it all.
Money, as it is, is a form of enslavement. We cannot save it, because its worth is always being eroded. This is fundamentally wrong.
As for real-estate, it is currently the tool by which banks create the most debt for individuals, so-called private debt.
Real-estate produces nothing.
It will end in tears.
[ Last edited by lebeast at 2010-7-13 07:11 PM ]