There’s no ending capitalism — 1 Comment

  1. To my mind there are a few issues at the moment. One, we’re returned to a version of the gold standard. Two, pensions and those that are employed in State run endeavours have become a draw on the current economy. Mostly because the funds have become virtual banks and invest for notional return which these days is paper, or virtual.
    The gold standard stifled investment but for a those that didn’t need it.
    Then you have all the laws and protocols developed over 100 years to protect the poor. Rents, leases and the State building of housing, gone.
    But mostly it was the gifting of unbelievable amounts of potential investment to cover the financial system without it passing through one wallet lower down.

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