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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - August 17, 2017

[ VICE - SITREP - THURSDAY ]

REPUBLIC TREASURY TO BEGIN PRINTING TRN's ON OCTOBER 1, 2017

THE CABAL ARE THROWING PEBBLES AT TANKS IN THESE FINAL HOURS.

IT'S OVER.


READ FULL SITREP


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Restored Republic via a GCR as of Aug. 19, 2017

Restored Republic via a GCR Update as of Aug. 19 2017 Compiled 12:18 am EDT 19 Aug. 2017 by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret, CEO, Child Abus...

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Why Public State Banks are Better for the Economy



Source: MNITHOUGHT | by Pao Chang

A public state bank system is not the best answer to creating a thriving economy free of debt, but it is much better than the federal reserve system. As described on BankingOnColorado.org:

Public banks are run by local or state governments, without shareholders, with a mandate to support local community banks and fund public goods like schools, city services and small businesses. Wall Street hates public banks because they demonstrate that local governments and communities can manage their money and finance their services without making massive interest payments to big banks.

Currently, there's only one public bank in the United States, in North Dakota, but there are movements in over 20 states to create more. This story is about movements in four Western states where, because of persistent organizing, meetings, conversations, and a belief that democracy must be materialized, people like you and me have made impressive strides in the campaign to bring public banks to the United States.

Public Banking Panel 1: Ellen Brown, Gwendolyn Hallsmith & Mike Krauss



Public Banking Panel 2: Financing for Local Needs



Public Banking Panel 3: Responding to the Challenge



Nomi Prins on Public Banking



The Public Bank Solution to Government Debt and Budget Shortfalls


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