"This issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people to whom it properly belongs."
I agree Wanderer.
Countries all over the world have had it with greed.
I don't agree with all the methods, but I do agree with the heart of your cause. Having been involved in different environmental and veterans movements over the years, my advice to you is "don't give up." It may take many years to attain your goals and objectives. I think your movement is going to loose steam when the winter hits hard. I think you have a lot of hangers on that just want to be a part of something cool. But to really make a change takes a long time. If a tough, hardcore, organized group makes corporate regulation their goal, they will achieve. For the sake of the entire planet, corporate domination of world politics needs to be curtailed.
My personal issues are the environment and veterans affairs. I don't feel like I can jump on this bandwagon because I think I can be more effective concentrating on a few things instead of a wide spectrum.
Good luck to you. Keep up the fight.
I used to try to work for every worthy cause I could. I think I have written letters for about every "save the-" fill in the blank animal species. My dad was a conservationist and he passed that on to me. Plus there's a million and one diseases and save the children type groups. It gets hard to pick which group you're going to work with, because all of them are worthwhile.
Algal bloom is a huge problem here in Northeast Kansas, so I've been doing my part trying to keep the leaves and grass cuttings from my yard out of the local sewer system. I have sycamore trees. This is a huge job.
Corporate greed is a big part of it. They don't want to pay taxes for street sweepers to remove leaves and debris, so the rivers and streams won't become toxic from algal bloom. They don't want to spend a little money on environmental surveys that may save an entire species of endangered bat and build somewhere else. (Bats were something I tried to save.) They don't want to pay workers a livable wage or health care benefits. They just want to make lots of money and they don't care who it hurts even if it helps them in the long run to share a little wealth in the form of taxes with others.