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A Few Words on Monetary Reform

by on April 15, 2014

This video, in Dutch, was made by Studio White Cat, Merlijn Janssen Steenberg. Kudos to him for this very professional production.

Subtitles can be turned on with the cc button at the bottom of the Youtube player.

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  1. Very professional looking presentation, Anthony. You getting better all the time. Merlijn Janssen Steenberg gives your message the polish it deserves.

  2. Jamaludin Ismail permalink

    RIBA, USURY, or interest is prohibited in Islam, Christianity and Judaism – too bad, most people don’t look to religion to solve this issues.

    • According to Michael Hudson, usury may be nominally prohibited but not in practice.

      “Murabaha loans: Moslem law bans the charging of interest (usury), but permits loopholes that achieve a similar economic effect in practice (see Agio). A murabaha mortgage loan is extended without nominal interest to purchase a house or other property, but the borrower pays a rental charge set high enough to incorporate what is in effect a rentier interest charge.”

  3. Zelcorpion permalink

    Nice production. Love your positive viewpoint – that more and more people will be aware of the issue.

    In my opinion it will go more or less as Jacques Attali put it in “A brief history of the future” :

    Continuous decline and after 2030 rapid decline coupled with more conflicts. By then I guess enough immigrants have flooded the US and EU so that no serious uniform resistance can be expected.

    But again – good work as always. Will this appear somewhere on TV?

    • Thanks Zelcorpion (new handle?)!

      No, it’s a grassroots production, for internet.

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