Anatomy of casino capitalism By admin On June 15, 2010 Tweet Pin It Jane D’Arista unravels the web of banking confidence schemes Related posts: Documentary # 3 – Casino Capitalism Tags:Anatomy Capitalism Casino Related Posts The Subtle Casino Tricks Now it’s probably not quite as relevant to online casino … February 16, 2012 MSPT Cleveland Poker Open The $1, 100 buy-in MSPT Cleveland Poker Open, the tour’s … January 30, 2018 Documentary # 3 – Casino Capitalism Part three in The Renegade Economist investigative documentary series uncovering … June 12, 2010 About The Author Gambler 25 Comments CapitalistHolocaust June 16, 2010 If this video had been put in the non profits & activism section, it would now be on the ‘most viewed’ frontpage section where loads of non-subscribers would see it. As it is, it hasn’t even made the 5th page of the ‘most viewed’ News & Politics section. saiyouken June 16, 2010 awesome interview. what she said is correct but regulations let them do it. KennyEazle June 16, 2010 nothing is stopping them. We just have to let the assholes fail when it blows up in their faces jjrglobal June 16, 2010 All made possible by the Federal Reserve and other central banks (Japan) artificially creating negative real interest rates and lending out of the discount window. This is how money is created from nothing. END THE FED IronGuy100 June 16, 2010 capitalism = socialism for rich and government employees matthewjohnfaunce June 16, 2010 Ponzi Scheme means two thing to me. 1) The Con: The things people are investing in don’t exist, and 2) Necessary Growth: A continually increasing amount of money needs to be injected into the system or it will crash. Did the recent financial crash stem from both of these elements? I understand the con, but not the ever increasing pyramid. (This is different from the fractional reserve system, which is a pyramid that can be stable without growth.) tnc1221 June 16, 2010 done. i saw this mess coming and left in 2007 to canada, where i have not needed ONE CENT of unemployment. LvDaMuzic June 16, 2010 de-regulations get them do it. brainstewn June 16, 2010 Great story except for the title. Captialism in its genuine form is not devoid of regulation but rather embraces regulation like a car enjoys brakes. Corporatism is the collusion between mega-business or large corporations and government law makers and bureaucrats; all too often mis-labeled capitalism. underyourskindvd June 16, 2010 too true. RCinPAWA June 16, 2010 One week later only 4540 views. Sad. The sheeple are clueless. britestudiosllc June 16, 2010 or 4,540 more informed people… RCinPAWA June 16, 2010 Want Some Horned Fruit? 223,000 views The Duck Song 2 235,000 views no, YOU’RE SO PRETTY (sic) 208,000 views britestudiosllc June 16, 2010 I get your point. I do think kids throw off view counts on many vids, and the Real News Network is still young and growing… all I can say is spread the word. RCinPAWA June 16, 2010 I’m glad that at least 4784 people have viewed the video (as of 11-18-09). Actually, that’s probably about the right number. We’re inclined to give the masses credit for being more intelligent and better-informed than they actually are. The masses are asses. JoePeric85 June 16, 2010 If a bank loans money to a business, and the business profits, and the bank profits, how is it that the bank has not helped the economy? Specualtion is healthy. It’s what we do with every concious action. We speculate that our actions will have some effect that will lead us to be in some better condition. Without speculation, the motivation for an action, and the action itself would be completely disconnected. JoePeric85 June 15, 2010 “Rampant” speculation and “irrational exuberance” are made possible by the counterfeiting operations of the central bank. End the Fed. josemanuelsalgado June 15, 2010 Understanding economics is not simple! We need basic education of how money works. Maybe a month long e-course would be good. RCinPAWA June 15, 2010 Tell me about it, Jose. People can’t even figure out that they should spend less than they earn. Grade school kids should be taught budgeting and how to balance a checkbook along with critical thinking and basic logic skills. But critical thinking is the last thing the power elite want the masses to learn. hartan1111 June 15, 2010 how can this vid, compete with “DANCING WITH THE STARS”, “AMERICAN IDOL”, CNN, FOX, NFL FOOTBALL, HOCKEY, WHO’S DATING WHO, TMZ, OPERA, REALITY SHOWS, BET,… HOPE PEOPLE CAN WAKEUP.. urdu034 June 15, 2010 yes, the people are obsessed with their soma, as in Huxley’s Brave new World. I am not hopeful. we can’t really expect common people to gain the specialized knowledge to understand society’s problems but somehow they must get a stronger louder voice and more involvement. we do not have a true representative democracy. well, the corporations are very well represented, as are the AARP, AIPAC, NRA, etc. kmarinas86 June 15, 2010 Forex markets are a cancer on the worldwide economy. The problem is, the only way to get rid of Forex markets is to get rid of international currency exchanges, and the only way to do that is to abolish national currencies, which means either a one world currency or a world with no money. donques June 15, 2010 I’ll take world with no money, please…Resource based economy. See Venus Project / Zeitgeist: Addendum bigsteelguy June 15, 2010 Read “The Best that money can’t buy” by Jacque Fresco A Resource Based Economy is getting very HOT everyone check it all out. Tons of Videos on my channel to learn more OrgonVpH7 June 15, 2010 Who is going to apply the necessary regulation to corporations when they already own many of the world’s governments ?! Thirthy years of neo-liberal policies brought us to our current scenario: NWO = Fascist corporatism = Oligarchy dictatorship = Socialism = Death Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.