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A Revolutionary Pope Calls for Rethinking the Outdated Criteria That Rule the World by Ellen Brown

by Ellen Brown
Writer, Dandelion Salad
The Web of Debt Blog
July 3, 2015

Pope Francis’ revolutionary encyclical addresses not just climate change but the banking crisis. 1,668 more words

Politics

JoAnn Chateau reblogged this on Aware & Fair and commented:

The root of all evil is the love of money. Greed. St. Francis of Assisi and public banking. The Pope is in.

Greek Debt and our Relationship with Money

Each day Greece appears to be on the edge of bankruptcies. Our relationship is money is long and complex.

This post briefly looks at the Greek Debt Crisis before exploring our relationship with money both from secular and Christian perspective. 163 more words

The Absurdity of Usury

                                                

                                                                        Mohammed Wilkinson, (2015) 

There are all sorts of loans now from small ones like payday loans to large ones like mortgages and tuition fee loans, and even on a national scale such as the IMF loans (which were so helpful to Greece right?). 836 more words

Philosophy

Saint John 2 Reflections

The Gospel According to St John: John Chapter Two: Please open the following link to read chapter one: https://www.lds.org/scriptures/nt/john/2?lang=eng

A family member’s wedding was held in Cana of Galilee. 530 more words

New Testament

The Anti-Capitalist Town With Equal Wage Full Employment and $19 Housing

This article from filmsforaction echoes the entire philosophy of this website. Yes … it is very do-able. Very. This is life without the middle men in the form of profiteering banksters who not only… 232 more words

Banking

John Pilger's War By Other Means.

To understand what is happening in Greece and how they are being bullied into accepting the same role we have traditionally assigned to the “developing” countries you have to understand how these third world countries we so diligently tried to “help”arise from poverty were in fact paying more EVERY DAY in interest payments to the World banks and the IMF then the measly feel good actions we performed once or twice with the likes of red nose day or Bob Geldoff’s day of let’s help Africa feel good porn . 105 more words

Economic Meltdown

Property taxes: sovereign usury?

Lots of folks have suggested that fiat currencies and fractional reserve banking create fake economic value out of nothing and are therefore, if not usury strictly speaking, somewhere in the moral vicinity of usury.   613 more words

Dystopia