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Thursday, May 18, 2017

CounterCurrents: Reform Of The Financial System: Money Without Debt or Interest



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Reform Of The Financial System: Money Without Debt or Interest
by Dick Clifford 


The current financial system cannot provide sufficient funds now to reduce unemployment or to alleviate the suffering of the 800 million across the world who are in poverty, close to starvation. The only remedy is for governments to provide debt free money without charging interest. This will not be easy. Governments will want to provide infrastructure. Roads, Transport, Hospitals, Schools and at the same time funds to solve the global warming problem. But they must ensure that the money provided is only sufficient to eliminate unemployment, anymore will result in inflation.




Hail Emmanuel Caesar! The Bankster Macron And Pax Francais in Africa
by Thomas C Mountain 


Emmanuel Macron wears the crown of Caesar in France today, with Presidential powers of Imperial proportions with his vision for Pax Francais in Africa pointing towards more of “Hollandism”, his predecessors practice of putting more boots on the ground to insure French access to Africa’s natural resources.




The Release of Chelsea Manning
by Dr Binoy Kampmark 


It was one of the brighter acts in a darkening turmoil in the last parts of the Obama presidency, but the decision to commute Chelsea Manning’s sentence added a zest of enlightenment.  Manning had already found herself on the slippery slope to doom, having made two attempts at suicide the previous year, and facing the torment of incarceration in a men’s military prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.





The Public Or The Agrochemical Industry: Who Does The European Chemicals Agency Serve?
Co-Written by Colin Todhunter & Rosemary Mason


Let us hope that they also pay serious attention to the findings of the Monsanto Tribunal and the legal cases pending against Monsanto at this time. Whether politicians, bureaucrats, other senior figures or scientists-cum-lobbyists for the industry, those who collude with corporations to facilitate ecocide and human rights abuses could one day be made to answer for their actions in a court of law.




Tale of Tahir , Who Dreamed To Become A Journalist ,Is Now Behind The Bars
by Nasir Khuhami 


Tahir Ahmad Mir, a student of Journalism of Kashmir university is a criminal in the opinion of the police because of his alleged involvement of pro-freedom activities and is behind the bars for the    last long six months. Tahir was arrested in November allegedly for having involvement in pro-freedom activities during the peak of 2016 uprising




Hindutva: The “Opium” Of The People!
by Mohammad Ashraf 


The Hindutva wave of violence during the elections and after is not really against Muslims and for the safety of the cows. It is an excuse to administer what Karl Marx called the “Opium of the people” to the millions of poor Indians!



Little Damini
by Romila Padhi 



A sonnet




Come to the Okavango
by Mirza Yawar Baig 


A travelogue






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