With alternative coins flourishing and Central Banks designing their own digital currencies, there is a potential hard-backed currency which cannot be ignored: carbon. Using carbon to back a global currency would redistribute wealth, incentivize low carbon technology and avoid the environmental taxes which hit the world’s poor the hardest, writes Steve Keen.
The web of funds going towards the externalisation of the contentious issue is getting much wider. Read HERE
First the Catalan political prisoners, then the artists, now this. Let us try to understand this: Spain`s anti-democratic justice system is good, because they do what the Germans tell them, but in Hungary and Poland […]
Oh well. This is going the way of the financial transaction tax and stopping tax evasion. The EU is simply a neo-liberal organisation in service of the transnational corporations. Read here