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The Grip of Death: A Study of Modern Money,Debt Slavery,and Destructive Economics based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
HE'S A LIBERTARIAN. HIS ARGUMENT IS DISINGENUOUS. IT'S WEAKNESSES ARE COVERED UP BY HIM INJECTING CONSUMER AND WORKER COMPLAINTS. THE LIBERTARIAN MOVEMENT HAD MANY PEOPLE CONVINCED THAT IT IS ANTI-PLUTOCRAT. WHEN IT DOESN'T WANT COMPETITION FROM THE NEO-LIBERALS. THEY'LL GET RID OF BIG "C" CORRUPTION AND REPLACE IT WITH "c" CORRUPTION. THE GOOD OLD DAYS OF BANK RUNS, WORKERS BEING PAID IN SCRIPT, NO CONSUMER RIGHTS, NO MIRANDA RIGHTS, WOMAN BAREFOOT AND PREGNANT IN THE KITCHEN AND BLACK SHARECROPPERS ISN'T A ROMANTIC PERIOD OF HISTORY I WOULD LIKE TO SEE REPEATED AS DO LIBERTARIANS. DON'T BELIEVE VISIT THE PARTY'S WEBSITE.
The volume of historical and financial information and cross-references in this book is simply astounding. Moreover, the Author tries to present the Social Credit vision of the Future.Having grown up in the Canadian Provinceof British Columbia, I had seen the Social Credit party of B.C.steadily slide from an up-front legit party to a farcical squabbling mass of nepotism and other corruption. Perhaps,there is hope;If the politicans and bankers can be held accountable for their actions!