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Old 11-03-2005, 01:44 PM
Thumper Thumper is offline
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Default Junior economics question: would a barter economy defeat the private banks?

since a barter economy is about exchange for things we consider meaningful (i.e. gold, precious metals, livestock, etc.), would that defeat the monopoly that private banks have on creating currency?

It seems that with a commonly accepted currency, they have established a 'choke point' for control. But with a barter economy, the illuminati would have to control many, many resources, to affect things like inflation and whatnot, and that seems less likely.

whaddya guys think?

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