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Risk in the Aggregate Dimension

The Public’s Interest When we pay interest (rent) on the public debt, what are “We” renting? What’s the compelling (subordinating) interest? If my rights are endowed by the Creator, why do I have to rent it from somebody else? Why … Continue reading

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What’s the Interest

Understand that banking interests consider deposits to be owned by extension. If you have more money than everyone else you open a bank and loan it out–the funds are rented and ownership (equity share) is retained by extension. Our assets … Continue reading

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