Do you think people will ever be able to get away from the dominion of banks and credit systems?
I believe so. I dont think its fair that to get a home or a vehicle, we have to go through banks and get a credit check. Most people in order to avoid all of that, actually just pay everything cash. If you can do that, then you should be able to get away from credit systems and banks.
no why would we want to???????????
credit and debt fuels the economy, if we didn't have then we'd be back in the barter system and nothing would get done!!!!!
this is most efficient way i promise
source: my bff is economics professor
Realistically? No. Our global economy depends on those institutions; they are too deeply entrenched now ever to be shaken.
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