In this issue I include several articles commenting on the developing situation in Greece, by authors from different backgrounds, which note the conflicts of interest among the ‘players’. How many of them are psychopaths?? The interests of the ‘common people’ are scarcely considered in the proposed solutions. ‘Grexit’ seems to be a part of the needed changes; I wonder what will have changed by the time you receive this newsletter. It is clear that our debt-based money system is at the root of this, as of so much else.
One thing missing even from many of those proposing money reform, is the difference that money spent into circulation makes, by allowing outstanding lending-created debts to be paid off, reducing the total outstanding, which money lent into circulation, even without any interest charged on it, does not do.
Sorting out the truth from the lies, it is important to consider ‘cui bono’ – “to whose benefit?”. The mainstream media are all owned/strongly influenced by ‘the 1%’, and are fed with ‘news’ by government and large corporations, as are some ‘NGOs’. These tend to omit important news, or serve up distorted versions of it or downright lies. A few are independent, surviving on donations from their listeners/viewers, or their own resources. I find them far more credible.
You may have noted that much of my recent selections of articles are from such sources. Can I recommend that, after I publish the last issue of this magazine, you add your name to the email circulation lists of these sites, or view their websites, even if you do not offer them any money, regular or one-off, to help them continue? – and recommend them to your own mailing lists.
See, for example:
… and RT – Russia Today TV