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1%. The book that the financial establishment doesn't want you to read.: The first ever behind-the-curtain look at how banks really function, and their impact on society.

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What is the driving force behind most populist and protest movements?

A feeling of INEQUALITY.

From Occupy groups to global trade demonstrations, from American middle class angst to yellow vest frustration in France to the Arab Spring, a common feeling unites them that something in the system is unfair. Blue-collar supporters of Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump use remark
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Kindle Edition, 122 pages
Published January 15th 2019
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One of my Top 2 on Cryptocurrency

Do you understand how money is created? Really understand? Few do. The author is a former investment banker who explains how fractional reserve banking really works in plain language. He shows how it systematically funnels money toward the 1%. He advocates for cryptocurrency as a superior form of money and proposes that crypto banking with its asset-based push model will replace the cumbersome quasi-analog debt-based fractional reserve pull model. And this will b
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