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Jem Bendell on the Money Myth

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Michel Bauwens
18th January 2013


Great, easy to understand, presentation on the crisis in the monetary system, and what we can do about it, and what is done about it!

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5 Responses to “Jem Bendell on the Money Myth”

  1. Gareth Says:

    I’m not seeing a link or …. above?

    Could just be me, it’s been a long snowy day ))

  2. Gareth Says:

    Found it -
    www.libertariannews.org/2011/10/26/bitcoin-jem-bendell-the-money-myth/
    or
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5uGLbV5zVo&feature=youtube_gdata
    xx

  3. Michel Bauwens Says:

    we’re having technical difficulties with the blog … embed codes are disappearing!! I’ve asked for help,

    Michel

  4. happyseaurchin Says:

    do banks just create money when they loan?
    i thought they “create” it by charging interest
    which needs to be collected by the punter who borrows…

  5. Michel Bauwens Says:

    they create it by lending itself, but give it away, thus the interest guarantees it comes back, with a surplus .. the leveraging of loans vs. deposits went up from factor 3 to 30 …

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