and its newly established partner site -
Admittedly these pages are currently US centric. However, there's a good chance they will soon to be part of a flourishing international network of similar sites - as soon as Central Banks stop bailing-out criminally negligent institutional investors with massive injections of made-up money. Made-up up money that will ultimately be paid for by ordinary people through inflation, taxation and interest charges.
As it happens, I have worked and retain acquaintances in the mortgage, hedge fund and foreign exchange trading rackets. Virtually everyone I still know in those
God knows why
Still, look on the bright side...
and whilst I'm on the subject here's a link to (yet another) video that attempts to communicate the problems that accompany a debt-based money system
as one glowing review of the video gushed...
"it might not be very high budget and its even kind of boring. but its just so intelligent that i had to watch it. great job."
which is a reasonable summary
I'm linking to it because, unlike many similar presentations, it attempts to communicate how our current banking system pushes our economies towards the kind of unsustainable and exploitative growth patterns that will very possibly result in all of us choking on each other's shit. The kind of issues that intrepid environmental adventurers such as David Mayer de Rothschild don't comment on very much at all; preferring to wank on about lightbulbs, telling people who are poorer than them (i.e. 99.999999999% of people) how to live, the establishment of world government and the Original Sin of being born human instead