Jesús Ballesteros

Bankocracy and the Dissolution of Social Rights

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In this essay, the Author intends to show that the current attrition of social rights is also due to the loss of the institutional character of money, beside the expropriation of monetary sovereignty by banks, that create money out of thin air. In this way, the debt becomes unsustainable and, consequently, the extent of poverty is growing up.


  • Human Rights
  • Money
  • Social Rights
  • Debt
  • Poverty


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