Venezuala is the Global Finace Rep company on tour and theatre it is and the Lead roles may Be played by stand ins or understudies but the script remains the same.
Roving Cavaliers of Finance.
“Talk about centralisation! The credit system, which has its focus in the so-called national banks and the big money-lenders and usurers surrounding them, constitutes enormous centralisation, and gives this class of parasites the fabulous power, not only to periodically despoil industrial capitalists, but also to interfere in actual production in a most dangerous manner— and this gang knows nothing about production and has nothing to do with it.” -
See more at: http://www.debtdeflation.com/blogs/2009/01/31/therovingcavaliersofcredit/#sthash.d4gs1dAX.dpuf
Marx, Capital Volume III, Chapter 33, The medium of circulation in the credit system, pp. 544–45 [Progress Press] - See more at:
A repertory theatre (also called repertory, rep or stock) can be a Western theatre or opera production in which a resident company presents works from a specified repertoire, usually in alternation or rotation. In the British system, however, it used to be that even quite small towns would support a rep and the resident company would present a different play every week, either a revival from the full range of classics or, if given the chance, a new play, once the rights had been released after a West End or Broadway run. However the companies were not known for trying out untried new work. The methods, now seldom seen, would be also used in the United States, Canada, and Australia.
Investors have been bracing for a Venezuela debt default for more than a year, but fallout from the country’s widely criticized election last weekend could prove to…
Ranjan Balakumaran Thanks Roger Lewis. Harvey Cox - a theologian- did a book last year called market as God in which he states that the real news is on the business pages - which are written in the language of theology.
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Roger Lewis https://www.theatlantic.com/.../03/the-market-as-god/306397/ I think I will read that Ranjan, Liked this article which I just Found.
I was musing on this a few years back, http://letthemconfectsweeterlies.blogspot.se/.../capitali...
Harvey Cox may or may not go into the Temple Offerings and COntrol of Monetised metals going all the way back to Ancient Greek Cults and also Pharaonic Systems of cults. In my own Analysis for the purposes of my present Novel, I have been Neglecting the Eastern Influence, Both of China and India. Alexander Del Mar and Stephen Zarlenga reckon the East West Ratio of Gold to silver being at different levels established hegemony to who ever controlled the Chinese wall keeping the Arbitrage opportunity away from their Customers ( Marks) (Victims).
"All this echoes strangely familiar in the claim of central banks to be independent of their government, no matter what their charters may say. That is notably the case even in Canada and the United Kingdom, where the central governments are in fact the sole shareholder of its central bank with the explicit ultimate responsibility for its basic policy. Moreover, the official goal of "zero inflation" is unrealizable in a pluralistic urbanized high-tech society, in which ever more indispensable infrastructures are provided by the state. The coining of gold was considered the ultimate sign of sovereignty. Strip government of that prerogative, and what is left is no longer a truly sovereign power.
For a later period, after the Roman Empire had declined, it worked like this: The gold/silver ratio in the West was kept high, ranging over millennia, between 9 and 16 to 1. However, the ratio in India and Asia was kept low – usually around 6 or 7 to 1. This meant that silver taken from Europe to India was exchanged for nearly twice as much gold in India as in Europe. The nexus of this trade was the land bridge above the Middle East. Whoever controlled that area usually controlled the trade."
This Document, regarding the EU and the question of Sovereignty from EU Laws, is a fascinating and quite large piece of the Geo Political aspects of Political Economy. geopolitical Economy. Globalisation both economically and religiously seems to be different sides of the same coin as it were.
A final Piece in the Jigsaw is the Dalton Pigou Principle which systemizes an empathetic problem in a very useful way, considering it's from the 1920´s it would seem to suggest that a lot of Modern Market based reform has thrown the empathetic Baby out with the Market Bath water.
The Market as God
Living in the new dispensation