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Comment #6665442 by Ranty McCrank

Ranty McCrank Nov 10th 2017, 7:08 AM #

And the banking and money Ponzi scheme continues unchanged from 2008. Banks still lend out 10 times more money than they have in deposits until the Puramid scheme collapses. Every “boom and bust” cycle we have to give away more of our actual assets eg. Public utilities and citizen labour aka more taxes. We are slaves controlled not by military but by money systems. As long as we never question or money and banking systems we will be slaves. We are controlled by fear and by a promoted culture of dependency on the system. Independent thinking and self sufficiency is the enemy of the contoller money system.

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    Nov 10th 2017, 11:59 AM

    @Ranty McCrank: There is a lot I agree with there Ranty. But in all honesty, nobody is forced to take a mortgage and lock themselves up for life. We don’t all need to be in the city centre. My hometown (60 miles from Cork) cannot get staff in bars, restaurants, shops, hairdressers, solicitors, accountants etc. If I were penniless in a city, I would move to these jobs for the lower cost of living and for the opportunity. There is housing for rent also. There is little to no traffic. There are school places. But it wont suit most people. And that what we need to get past to prosper in this country. Enough of the us v. them. For the most part its the do’ers v. the moaners.

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