[A-List] Fwd: Your Question
shimogamo at ashisuto.co.jp
Thu Sep 23 08:01:53 MDT 2010
Sorry to disagree, Suzanne, but I think the fundamental problem is that
banks are allowed to create out of thin air the money they gamble with or
lend others to gamble with. If government took back the sole authority to
create all our money, forcing banks to attract savings to gamble with or
loan to gamblers, most of the gambling would go away because too few
savers would allow their real savings to be risked that way.
On Thu, 23 Sep 2010 15:38:49 +0200 Suzanne de
Kuyper <suzannedk at gmail.com> wrote:
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Suzanne de Kuyper <suzannedk at gmail.com>
> Date: Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 8:16 AM
> Subject: Your Question
> To: Bill Totten <shimogamo at ashisuto.co.jp>
> Bill, You asked if one should just give up and give in to the method
> of trading that brought the world to it's knees or keep looking for
> ways to reform the system...in effect.
> The method of trading has to be reformed, period, but will not be able
> to be done until the mechanisms to halt usorious trading done
> automaticly in nan seconds, preset, is stopped!
> So, relying on discussing reform before the mechanism to stop the
> rapacious trading is in place and is known to work, is like dusting a
> butterfly That's all. Suzanne
> Thank you for asking!!!!!!!!!!
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