All | A B C D E H M N P S T U W
There are currently 22 plutocracy notes in this directory
American Wealth Transfer | Public Spending
  • Where Your Tax Dollar Was Spent 2018 (Tax Day 2019)
  • The Fed Prints Trillions. Inflation Threatens. Will It Do A Weimar?
  • "Since the beginning of Covid in Feb/March 2020, the Fed has pumped a mountain of cash into the economy to keep it running decently. But the prices of consumer goods are rising nonetheless, while real estate value isn't keeping pace.Inflation is usually a direct corollary of minting more money into the system. 40% of all USD in existence today was printed in the last 12 months.Some are forecasting runaway inflation rates and asking if America is repeating the same mistake of Weimar Germany in 1921?"

Climate Change | Fossil Fuel Industry

Conservatives | Boomers

Edward Snowden on Central Bank Crypto
  • Your Money AND Your Life - Central Banks Digital Currencies will ransom our future (9-Oct-2021)

  • Military Industrial Complex

    Neoliberal Labour: Attacking Freedom
  • Terror 'may force freedom curbs' (Labour Minister John Reid 2006)
  • "The UK might have to modify its freedoms in the short term in order to prevent their 'misuse and abuse' by terrorists"

  • Paul Elliot Singer

    With an estimated net worth of US$4.3B (as of Oct-2021), Paul Elliot Singer (born 22-Aug-1944) [see Wikipedia] is an American hedge fund manager, activist investor, philanthropist, and the founder, president and Co-CEO of Elliott Management Corporation [see Wikipedia]. Described as one of the "smartest and toughest money managers" in the hedge fund industry, a "vulture capitalist", and "a pioneer in the business of buying up sovereign bonds on the cheap, and then going after countries for unpaid debts."


    Stakeholder Capitalism: Klaus Schwab
  • World Economic Forum: Interview with Professor Schwab (29-Sept-2017)
  • Project Syndicate: Klaus Schwab: What Kind of Capitalism Do We Want? (2-Dec-2019)

  • Tommie Smith | Fist Raised in 1968
  • ‘People shunned me like hot lava’: the runner who raised his fist and risked his life - At the 1968 Olympics, Tommie Smith, winner of the men’s 200 metres, stood on the podium and lifted his hand to protest racism. That moment would end his running career – and shake the world

  • US Legislation Grift
  • Problems with the Democratic Child Care and Pre-K Proposals (15-Oct-2021)
  • There is NO universal free pre-K in Build Back Better act. BBB pre-K is to be a MEANS TESTED, PARENT COPAY state-run program. It's to be partially funded at the Federal level but an increasing cost to State year on year. Like with ACA, many States will choose NO PRE-K at all

  • 0