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  1. With the revelation of “Unconventional warfare” manual by WikiLeaks quickly entering the awareness of people worldwide in relation to Venezuela, now is the :perfect storm” moment to push public banking concepts – especially contrasting the negatives of unconventional warfare to positives of public banking – to the absolute maximum.

  2. MMT and Public Banking are both wanting the same thing which is more money in the hands of the individual, and so they are both good reforms. The problem is neither of them, nor any of the other current heterodox theories and reform movements have recognized the paradigm changing significances of having a high percentage discount/rebate monetary policy implemented at the point of retail sale. That policy would resolve the two most chronic and thorny problems of modern economies, namely individual monetary scarcity and inflation…in one fell swoop.

  3. […] Ellen Brown Writer, Dandelion Salad The Web of Debt Blog, Feb. 9, 2019 February 10, […]

  4. […] You can watch the interview here. […]

  5. Reblogged this on Mike's Green Garden and commented:
    This is excellent! I love Lee Camp! My favorite news show by far! Well except for Amy goodman of course!

  6. Ellen, you said there may be a couple of things that you disagree with MMT about, but it sounded like you generally agreed with it. I’d be interested in hearing your feelings both pro and con about MMT.

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