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Tuesday, 11 February 2020 08:08

Mark Anderson Interviews Dr. Oliver Heydorn on RBN

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 MONETARY REFORM author Oliver Heydorn is the guest today, discussing “social credit economics” and the promise it holds for decentralizing economic power and universalizing capitalism by making each citizen a shareholder in the productive enterprise of their home nation. Thus, social credit is drastically different from, and opposed to, socialism. Nor is it universal basic income, since that requires redistributing money, whereas social credit calls for creating new money / credits in a manner that not only avoids but mitigates against risiing prices. For more on Oliver’s important work see the website www.socred.org where his books can be ordered.

The interview is available here: https://www.republicbroadcastingarchives.org/stop-the-presses-with-mark-anderson-2-10-20/

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