“Workers have become so deeply indebted on their home mortgages, credit cards and other bank debt that they fear to strike or even to complain about working conditions.”

5 comments on ““Workers have become so deeply indebted on their home mortgages, credit cards and other bank debt that they fear to strike or even to complain about working conditions.”
  1. JonnyJames says:

    Long live Michael Hudson! Arguably, the most accurate and honest economist/ economic historian alive. Max called him “the Godfather of economists” last time he was on the show. IMO, he is the best in the English-speaking world. His record speaks for itself, he has proved to be years ahead of the curve for decades.

    Hats off to Max and Stacy for having him on the show regularly.
    No one on US TV would DARE have Hudson on their show, since they would all get a verbal and intellectual ass-kicking

  2. Sir Halibut says:

    OK, we need to be like the mainstream media and have an end of year roundup. We need to tell the people what the big stories were in 2012 (and by extension anything not mentioned must be a “little” story) and what to think about said story. We need to tell the people how they felt in 2012. We need to tell the people what they experienced in 2012. We need to tell the people what 2012 was just in case they aren’t able to work it out for themselves!

  3. Marc Authier says:

    There is a solution to debt slavery. Its called bankruptcy. These people are so stupid. They are going to die anyways. Like all of us. Livee free or die. These people have chosen to die while still alive but they dont know it yet !

  4. OlympiaLogger says:

    — BETWEEN NOW AND APRIL OR SO —

    https://youtu.be/FGYqL_0UTug

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