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Why Is All Money Ultimately Fake? Economist Steve Keen Explains. Time to Break Your Conditioning.
In a post-Oxi appearance on the Keiser Report (episode #780), noted economist Steve Keen spoke about the Greek economic situation specifically, then about the nature of debt generally, and in so doing perfectly encapsulated what I recently have been chastised … Continue reading →
Collapse Is Unnecessary Because All Money Is Fake
So Greece has now “defaulted” on its international “obligations,” thereby becoming the first developed nation to challenge the hegemony of the international system of finance—as opposed to the actual economy—by simply not paying. Russia Today puts it thusly: The International … Continue reading →
All Debt Is Odious: Greek Report Gets It Mostly Right
Grexit on, Grexit off…Grexit on, Grexit off…that’s been the story for a while now, but could a new report by the Debt Truth Committee of the Hellenic Parliament which declares that Greece’s debt to the Troika is odious flip the … Continue reading →