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Joe Bongiovanni - why monetary reform should be our number one priority

https://youtu.be/vEU13R5jt1w

uploaded: 2013

channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/joebhed/feed

… and why it creates inequality.

Joe Bongiovanni explains how money is created as debt by private banks and how that system heavily favors principles and values that are in direct opposition to those who seek a more just and sustainable world.

We are all playing by monetary rules that were written by our opponents. It’s a game we are bound to lose unless we change the rules.

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capitalism is like windows 95 - is there a future in capitalism? - with it's massive instability?

Marx already realized it – modern days capitalism is a highly unstable system.

bad if your life depends on the inflow of money – you are basically trusting your life to windows 95 – it could crash any moment – nobody knows when – but everybody knows it will…


…just praying will not do the job.

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the migration catastrophe - clash of cultures

It’s old news but since 2015 and drowning refugees and raped and even murdered women – it is more present than ever before.

Bild/Fotocapitalism wants cheap workers – no matter where they are from – so they recruit whoever is willing to enslave him/her more than others.

To capitalism – it is not even important if a migrant integrates well into society or if they learn the language – all that matters if they can clean the floor at the lowest possible price.

Australia: Soon a Chinese colony?


In Australia – the first language spoke... show more


 
from the new cold war 2.0 front - Russia vs USA high tech arms trade - Russia pitches Su-57 should US not deliver F-35

new cold war 2.0 – but this time it has nothing to do with communism – but with two nations with high-tech weapons wanting to extend their sphere of influence and trade as many weapons as they can.


src: defensenews.com


i only know the Sukhoi Su-57 from video games (de... show more


 
Joseph E. Stiglitz - The Economy We Need

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May 3, 2019 Joseph E. Stiglitz

“After 40 years of market fundamentalism, America and like-minded European countries are failing the vast majority of their citizens. At this point, only a new social contract – guaranteeing citizens health care, education, retirement security, affordable housing, and decent work for decent pay – can save capitalism and liberal democracy.

NEW YORK – Three years ago, US President Donald Trump’s election and the United Kingdom’s Brexit referendum confirmed what those of us who have long studied incom... show more


 
demagoguery = populism

Demagogue = Populist


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first of mai protests in paris - the world is ripe for gov reform - the rise of nationalism is caused by dysfunctional democracy and the rule of money and profit






https://youtu.be/fLJBzhcSWTk

… democracy only works with highly educated people.

Socrates was not elitist – but he insisted that only those who thought about issues rationally and deeply should be let near a vote... show more


 
first of mai protests in paris - the world is ripe for gov reform -the rise of nationalism is caused by globalization and capitalism is unsustainable and welcomes those refugees want want to be black life time slaves for white people - no matter the ethics






https://youtu.be/fLJBzhcSWTk

… democracy only works with highly educated people.

Soc... show more


 
first if mai protests in paris - the world is ripe for gov reform -the rise of nationalism is caused by globalization and capitalism is unsustainable and welcomes those refugees want want to be black life time slaves for white people - no matter the ethics





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the rise of nationalism is caused by globalization and capitalism is unsustainable and welcomes those refugees want want to be black life time slaves for white people - no matter the ethics





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the rise of nationalism is caused by globalization and capitalism is unsustainable and welcomes those refugees want want to be black life time slaves for white people - no matter the ethics





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the rise of nationalism is caused by globalization and capitalism is unsustainable and welcomes those refugees want want to be black life time slaves for white people - no matter the ethics





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why the millennial middle-class is screwed - thanks all involved

src: therealnews.com
Millennials will have a hard time just to keep the living standard of their parents. (most won’t)

a strong middle-class was the basement of the Western Economy – it has been sucked out.

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why the millennial middle-class is screwed - thanks all involved

src: therealnews.com
Millennials will have a hard time just to keep the living standard of their parents. (most won’t)

a strong middle-class was the basement of the Western Economy – it has been sucked out.

... show more


 
why the millennial middle-class is screwed - thanks all involved

src: therealnews.com
Millennials will have a hard time just to keep the living standard of their parents. (most won’t)

a strong middle-class was the basement of the Western Economy – it has been sucked out.

... show more


 
why the millennial middle-class is screwed - thanks all involved


Millennials will have a hard time just to keep the living standard of their parents. (most won’t)

a strong middle-class was the basement of the Western Economy – it has been sucked out.

... show more


 
Glock 17 from Afghanistan and Ukraine - The battle zones are always our reliable weapon suppliers

classic saying of the death economy: “gun’s don’t kill people – people do”

well…. yes even more if you give them easy access to illegal weapons from war zones.

this (obviously) illegal black market arms dealer is accepting bitcoins and promises you to ship weapons that are obviously used to kill people.


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Glock 17 from Afghanistan and Ukraine - The battle zones are always our reliable weapon suppliers

classic saying of the death economy: “gun’s don’t kill people – people do”

well…. yes even more if you give them easy access to illegal weapons from war zones.

this (obviously) illegal black market arms dealer is accepting bitcoins and promises you to ship weapons that are obviously used to kill people.


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GLS Bank - balance-sheet press conference in 2019, banks have a very big responsibility - Definition of sustainability - Socially, Ecologically, Economically - GLS Bank - Bilanzpressekonferenz 2019 - Banken haben eine sehr große Verantwortung - Definition von Nachhaltigkeit - Sozial Ökologisch Ökonomisch

Bild/FotoGLS Definition von Nachhaltigkeit:
  • Sozial
  • Ökologisch
  • Ökonomisch
1. People, 2. Planet, 3. Profit

“Every economic activity has a single... show more


 
long term vs short term

it is estimated that the financial subprime crisis of 2008 accounts for 10.000 suicides

in the short term – madness may look very profitable – but in the long term responsibility and sustainability pay off.

madness will not survive the next crisis

but in sunny times those that act responsible are called mad – will they be able to handle it?

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Originally posted at: https://altcoopsys.org/2019/04/26/long-term-vs-short-term/
long term vs short term


 
you can not say capitalism is not successful

capitalism works so well – eventually it will destroy the everything.





Men in the mid-1870s pose with a
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US EU relationships with Trump - IMF warns on risks to corporate sector debt

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The creditworthiness of corporate borrowers in advanced economies has deteriorated while the volume of debt and financial risk taking has risen, the International Monetary Fund has warned.

It also flagged up concerns about the sovereign-bank nexus in the eurozone and about market conditions for low income and frontier countries.... show more


 
Wie könnte ein Nachhaltiges Geldsystem aussehen?

Wie könnte ein Nachhaltiges Geldsystem aussehen?

(scroll down for english)
  • Im Idealfall profitiert der der tatsächlich Gutes denkt und tut und wer schlechtes im Sinn hat geht pleite
  • Welches dem Nachhaltigen Überleben der Menschheit auf diesem wunderschönen blauen Bowlingball dient
  • Welches dem Frieden dient
Reicht es einfach zu sagen: +3% p.a. Staatsverschuldung und fertig?

Muss man die EZB zwingen Staatsanleihen direkt vom Staat (nicht nur von privaten Banken) aufzukaufen? (Federal Bank of Canada)

Scheinbar würde di... show more


 
Wie könnte ein Nachhaltiges Geldsystem aussehen?

Wie könnte ein Nachhaltiges Geldsystem aussehen?
  • Im Idealfall profitiert der der tatsächlich Gutes denkt und tut und wer schlechtes im Sinn hat geht pleite
  • Welches dem Nachhaltigen Überleben der Menschheit auf diesem wunderschönen blauen Bowlingball dient
  • Welches dem Frieden dient
Reicht es einfach zu sagen: +3% p.a. Staatsverschuldung und fertig?

Muss man die EZB zwingen Staatsanleihen direkt vom Staat (nicht nur von privaten Banken) aufzukaufen? (Federal Bank of Canada)

Scheinbar würde die EZB eher den Staat als private... show more


 
Wie könnte ein Nachhaltiges Geldsystem aussehen?

Wie könnte ein Nachhaltiges Geldsystem aussehen?
  • Welches dem Frieden dient
  • Welches dem Nachhaltigen Überleben der Menschheit auf diesem wunderschönen blauen Bowlingball dient
Reicht es einfach zu sagen: +3% p.a. Staatsverschuldung und fertig?

Muss man die EZB zwingen Staatsanleihen direkt vom Staat (nicht nur von privaten Banken) aufzukaufen? (Federal Bank of Canada)

Scheinbar würde die EZB eher den Staat als private Banken pleite gehen lassen.

Aufgabe des Staates muss (auch) sein:... show more


 
Schwarze Null - StaatsHaushalt vs PrivatHaushalt

https://youtu.be/Y7A0NlPJBrA?t=90

https://youtu.be/Y7A0NlPJBrA?t=90

Man kann/sollte einen StaatsHaushalt nicht mit einem PrivatHaushalt vergleichen s.h. dazu :



https://altcoopsys.org/2019/03/19/2017-video-interview-prof-dr-dirk-h-ehnts-about-the-future-of-the-euro-france-macron-money-out-of-... show more


 
saving the world from structural tyranny

there is a term called “structural violence”.

it’s a sophisticated setup of systems and methods that are not obvious on the first sight – hence injustice can be done everyday
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saving the world from structural tyranny

there is a term called “structural violence”.

it’s a sophisticated setup of systems and methods that are not obvious on the first sight – hence injustice can be done everyday – but nobody realizes it as injustice.

It’s what i would call structural tyranny.

Fun fact: people actually “feel” that the modi operandi of mankind for survival is highly unsustainable.

Homo sapiens is depressed and women refuse to get children in such an insecure world.

Thus the dying-out process is already going on in the developed countries, while the underdeveloped countries make babies just out of trauma and frustration (they are so poor, they don’t know if they will survive another week so they have unprotected sex at any possibility and reckless irresponsible impossibility).

My Millennial generation inherits a pile of nuclear waste – ca... show more


 
saving the world from structural tyranny

there is a term called “structural violence”.

it’s a sophisticated setup of systems and methods that are not obvious on the first sight – hence injustice can be done everyday – but nobody realizes it as injustice.

It’s what i would call structural tyranny.

Fun fact: people actually “feel” that the modi operandi of mankind for survival is highly unsustainable.

Homo sapiens is depressed and women refuse to get children in such an insecure world.

Thus the dying-out process is already going on in the developed countries, while the underdeveloped countries make babies just out of trauma and frustration (they are so poor, they don’t know if they will survive another week so they have unprotected sex at any possibility and reckless irresponsible impossibility).

My Millennial generation inherits a pile of nuclear waste – ca... show more


 
saving the world from structural tyranny

there is a term called “structural violence”.

it’s a sophisticated setup of systems and methods that are not obvious on the first sight – hence injustice can be done everyday – but nobody realizes it as injustice.

It’s what i would call structural tyranny.

Fun fact: people actually “feel” that the modi operandi of mankind for survival is highly unsustainable.

Homo sapiens is depressed and women refuse to get children in such an insecure world.

Thus the dying-out process is already going on in the developed countries, while the underdeveloped countries make babies just out of trauma and frustration (they are so poor, they don’t know if they will survive another week so they have unprotected sex at any possibility and reckless irresponsible impossibility).

My Millennial generation inherits a pile of nuclear waste – ca... show more


 
Sarkozy double game - Gaddafis removal triggered refugee crisis of 2015 - 2019 another General brings war back to Libya - Rockefeller in Libya




French Ex President Sarkozy accepted about 50 Mio USD from Libya’s (killed 2011 by rebel groups) dictator Gaddafi as “friendship gift” which he spend in the 2007 election campaign to win presidency by 53.1%.

Of course General Gaddafi ruled Libya with a... show more


 
Sarkozy double game - Gaddafis removal triggered refugee crisis of 2015 - 2019 another General brings war back to Libya




French Ex President Sarkozy accepted about 50 Mio USD from Libya’s (killed 2011 by rebel groups) dictator Gaddafi as “friendship gift” which he spend in the 2007 election campaign to win presidency by 53.1%.

Of course General Gaddafi ruled Libya with a iron fist and now anoth... show more


 
Assange vs the USDollar Empire and its in-debt collonies Southamerica - Julian Assange arrested in Ecuador Embassy

Greenwald: New York Times aka the mainstream media welcomes Assange’s arrest


https://twitter.com/ggreenwald/status/1116691781054357505

THIS ARTICLE IS FROM 2018!

and it seems it is exactly what was about to come in 2019 for Assange.

https://theintercept.com/2018/07/21/ecuador-will-imminently-withdraw-asylum-for-julian-assange-and-hand-him-over-to-the-uk-what-comes-next/

it shows two things:

The only place for western whistle blowers to be safe – is and remains Russ

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Assange vs the USDollar Empire and its in-debt collonies Southamerica - Julian Assange arrested in Ecuador Embassy

Greenwald: New York Times aka the mainstream media welcomes Assange’s arrest


https://twitter.com/ggreenwald/status/1116691781054357505

THIS ARTICLE IS FROM 2018!

and it seems it is exactly what was about to come in 2019 for Assange.

https://theintercept.com/2018/07/21/ecuador-will-imminently-withdraw-asylum-for-julian-assange-and-hand-him-over-to-the-uk-what-comes-next/

it shows two things:

The only place for western whistle blowers to be safe – is and remains Russ

... show more


 
Assange vs the USDollar Empire and its in-debt collonies Southamerica - Julian Assange arrested in Ecuador Embassy

Greenwald: New York Times aka the mainstream media welcomes Assange’s arrest


https://twitter.com/ggreenwald/status/1116691781054357505

the world is taken hostage by debt in foreign currency


the debt game is very old and is heavily used by the mafia “you owe us protection money”.

Bild/Fotoit’s a sad day and we wonder what will come out of this.


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