Interview 1505 – The Future of Finance on Financial Survival

12/22/20196 Comments

In their final conversation of 2019, James and Melody discuss the utter meaninglessness of the impeachment puppet show, the utter b.s. behind the Afghanistan papers psy op, the utter desperation behind the Saudi Aramco IPO, and the utter deviousness behind the banksters’ future financial world order.

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  1. manbearpig says:

    Very, very important point about the cart and the horse!

    “Monetary policy is about Community”

    During a collective business class last Tuesday we were discussing the topic of the European Union when a charismatic student came right out and said she wanted a Frexit.
    And another student immediately tried to explain that that was simply, pragmatically impossible because the French Franc could never hold its own against other currencies –

    automatically I began wondering why France would have to go back to the Franc in the case of a Frexit

    and this notion of what a currency actually represents slowly started to dawn on me…

    So, I’m looking forward to any of your future work exploring and clarifying that topic.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Corbett presents a sharp insight regarding currency and community, the horse and the cart.
    I look forward to hearing more.

  3. EUbrainwashing says:

    Each time JC guests on FS I get this creepy feeling that Melody wants to spin everything towards doom and despondency with the conclusion that we are all heading to hell in a shopping trolly (so buying gold is the inevitable conclusion). I mean: that is their business model after all.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      EUBW, each time would infer everytime and that might be a stretch. Your observations are correct and I picked up on it too… The messenger is not always immune from the message. We all have bad days where nothing seems to be…golden. On those days it reminds me how happiness can not be bought with any form or amount of money. Money seems to reside with doom and despondently.

  4. weilunion says:

    Melanie seems clueless.

    Certainly the problems we face will not be staunched by buying Gold or developing technology and putting it into the hands of the few.

    The problem is the system; and the system is capitalism.

    Yes, James financialization and monetization of natural resources, or as Frederic Engels so well stated, the commodification of nature itself, is a result of capitalism.

    Alienation, commodification of all life, including community is a result of capitalism as a way of life.

    Everything must be commodified, monetized and financialized for capitalism to thrive.

    All values must be the values or exchange, all relationships must be transactional relationships not use-value relationships.

    Like a super potent virus, capitalism will hurdle on through history until a popular uprising either overthrows it or it kills everything in the garden of life.

    This is late stage capitalism now. It is collapsing all over he world and people are rising up all over the world.

    History will change. How, who knows?

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