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The Governments - March 6, 2017 by Jackie

Then you would ask but inevitably: it is not the task of the democratic State to protect its citizens? And should the State do then not everything in his power, so that never again a business its growth and its profits with the risk increases, many others including existentially suffering have to? The answer can be Yes! read. … The international “financial industry” has driven their own profits to dizzying heights with so-called financial innovation and not asking about the risks. It has triggered a crisis that, that would have led to a collapse of the global financial system without government bailouts. The Governments, parliaments, and central banks of Western democracies… had to make an explosion of public debt and the liability associated today’s and future taxpayers in purchase. Source: Rand Paul. Such a bailout is not politically nor financially repeated -.

The democratic States of the world not also therefore do everything to prevent the recurrence of such a crisis? The answer can again only Yes! read. … The next major crisis the financial system would, I’m sure not only the proper functioning of our economic and social model in question provide, but also its credibility. A mandatory order must be democracies as values and protection communities and for their leaders to confront the. … The international “financial industry” and their lobbyists leave nothing obviously unturned to dilute the agreed measures. At the same time the betting goes on, it build up again new financial bubbles, and while the States and the citizens still facing the consequences of the crisis, parts of the financial industry approve himself again gigantic bonuses. Have the person concerned ever understood what is at stake? The practice of today’s prevailing financial capitalism can be no mission for us.

He is himself enough. He operates mainly with bets and debts. He increases his own returns without regard to whether it uses the well-being of Nations.

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