In theory, finance is supposed to act like lubrication in the machinery of the economy so that the economy serves families and provides for their material needs. People have to work, yes, but they get to keep most of the fruits of their labors. Sadly, as most of us now know, we, in the West, have allowed this ideal to be inverted such that finance (banks, financiers) takes too much of the wealth that is created in the economy. This causes the common workers to be in economic servitude in an economy that largely serves, and is controlled by, the kings of finance.
Consider this reblogged post. Africa is rich in so many resources and it has a young population with plenty of labor available. Why is it so poor? It need not be so!
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Experience suggests that some races are better at nation-building than are others when given the opportunity, assistance, the right men and conditions for the job.
Africa has much more in common with the Western world than most like to think. It has nothing to do with the colour of the skin. Like their Western counterparts, African leaders are restrained by economic pressures under which they have little or no control.
When once rich countries like Zimbabwe, South Africa or Libya fall on hard times, ineptness is only part of the problem. Otherwise, how does one explain the multi-trillion deficits, the crumbling infrastructures, incompetence, corruption, and rampant poverty also widespread throughout the Western world?
Before NATO ousted Libya’s legitimate government the Mediterranean nation was led by Muammar Gaddafi. …
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