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shouldn't anyone hold responsible for this ongoing economic crisis?

  1. elvanGalaxy profile image60
    elvanGalaxyposted 8 years ago

    shouldn't anyone hold responsible for this ongoing economic crisis?

    Am not an economist, but I would like to know if all these various governments and institution has properly look into the cause of this economics collaps. Someone must take responsibilities for the economics surfferings of the masses. The banks excutives and most these powerful financial institution still keep their bonuses. in europe most people take up a less paid jobs just to get by while these criminals at the top still wanna keep their bonus. It is wrong.

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    jlspartzposted 8 years ago

    The one with the money holds the power, and the one with power controls the money.  Their not going to hold themselves responsible.

  3. MikeNV profile image80
    MikeNVposted 8 years ago

    The people to "blame" are the people who instituted and perpetuated the Federal Reserve/Central Bank and the Fractional Reserve Banking System.

    These people know the system has reached it's "point of no return"... but continue to lie and dupe the average person because it is in their own self interests to do so.

    Obama is the new mouthpiece, George Bush the previous. Every president since 1913 has covered this lie.

    This is neither a Republican nor a Democratic issue.  It is a simple issue of those Controlling Wealth buying off any and all politicians to perpetuate the fraud.

    It is the collapse of the very system that has created the problems they now face... and we now face.

    The system has failed, and no amount of rhetoric and lies can fix it.

    More suffering to come.  The country is Bankrupt.  The "Monopoly" money created by the system has no value.

    Smart people have already taken their money out of Banks. There will be Bank runs in the future and your "electronic dollars" will not be accessible.

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    d.weilandposted 8 years ago

    The biggest problem that we have as citizens, is that we have been slowly manipulated into thinking that everything that the fine folks in Washington, is for our best.  George Wil, from ABC, said it best this past Sunday, that we are being told what is good for us. 
    If you want to be a part of the solution, you need to question what is going on, be on guard at all times and start voting out the elected officials that are suppose to be representing you as a person.
    I really believe that we are on a path of collapse, if we as individuals, don't start creating our own destiny, claiming what is rightfully ours, shutting down big corporations that are only in it for the buck and slamming the door on politicians ,who don't do our will.

  5. Wealthmadehealthy profile image60
    Wealthmadehealthyposted 8 years ago

    Federal Reserve....they make all the decisions concerning the US monetary values.

  6. H P Roychoudhury profile image48
    H P Roychoudhuryposted 7 years ago

    No individual is responsible for economic crisis. The crisis is to certain extent due to the crisis of circumstances and the rest is due to the policy matters of subsequent government and corporate bodies.