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can be summarized thusly: Reform from creating money from government debt to creating money on future# capital by lending $7,000 of insured credit ~every~ year to ~every~ citizen (including children ) to finance and own new capital creation (or existing capital). Money becomes -resistant because it cancelled after being eventually paid off by profits of the capital created in a virtuous cycle.

social dot coopers, y'all fans of Louis , yeah? Have you ever heard about , a Kelsonian-rooted idea promoted by the organization Center for Economic Justice cesj.org/learn/capital-homeste , which is headed by real-life former Kelso associate Norman Kurland? It's really a great idea to make real of much more widely and justly distributed.

Everybody is ethically bound to uphold the and there's nothing /s can do about it lmao‬

@SocialCoop When is social.coop upgrading to the latest version of Tootsuite/Mastodon?

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