[A-List] Fwd: Great Disagreement is Cool
Suzanne de Kuyper
suzannedk at gmail.com
Fri Sep 24 04:24:06 MDT 2010
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From: Bill Totten <shimogamo at ashisuto.co.jp>
Date: Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 11:23 AM
Subject: Re: Great!
To: Suzanne de Kuyper <suzannedk at gmail.com>
Suzanne, as I said, I firmly believe that taking the money creation
privilege away from private banks (by requiring them to have 100%
reserves behind all monies they loan) and restoring that privilege (duty)
to government (which would spend into circulation all money it creates)
solves this problem. I've posted numerous articles on this recently. See
especially the ones from Prosperity and the one from The Creature Jekyll
Island. Any nation can do this unilaterally; it requires no international
In addition, any nation can unilaterally impose a Tobin Tax (say one
percent or less) on all trades on its national currency and all other
gambling on its domestic financial markets. It amazes me that most sheeple
pay consumption, excise, or VAT taxes on bread, rice and the other
necessities of life without demanding that their governments impose such a
Tobin Tax in financial gambling.
All that is required by government is the will and guts to stand up to the
IMF and US Government, the principal agents of the worldwide banking
cartel. All that is required by sheeple is to grow back into people who put
pressure on their governments comparable to that exercised by giant
corporations (like we did as recently as Vietnam). Bill
On Fri, 24 Sep 2010 09:31:18 +0200 Suzanne de Kuyper
<suzannedk at gmail.com> wrote:
> Bill, I am glad for your disagreement. I will think about that for
> awhile and get back to you
> I just spent 9 euros on the newest version of Wallstreet.
> Unbelievably horrible movie. Appalled. The real drama of Wallstreet
> never even approached. 9 euros will buy one 90 eggs in 3 cartons.
> The thing I see is a method of trading never in existance 50 years ago
> that will never be controllable that can destroy national economies in
> five minutes or less, followed by the U.S. rating agencies ensuring
> total bankrupsty, then obedience to the I.M.F. rules helping the U.S.
> government take over the shellshocked nation. In CNN sense around
> colors, music.
> I assume not addressing the new trading reality above, reform is an
> outdated concept. Suzanne
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