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Is "sustainability" even possible under our current monetary paradigm? I submit that it isn't. Our monetary system demands obsolescence!

There is a lot of talk about "Green Business" and "Sustainability", but here is the thing - our whole financial paradigm is based on CONSUMPTION. "Sustainability" is just that - a dynamic rooted in a steady state or sustained equilibrium.

I don't believe we can make much of an environmental impact without seriously examining our monetary system. What do you guys think?

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  • Jul 15 2011: You are bang on! Congrats to the guy that has found the root cause of many of the world issues including poverty and hunger.

    The good news is that current central banking is getting closer to collapse. We must just educate the world and get ready to replace it with a better system because greedy politician types will only true to recreate the status quo after the collapse.

    Monetary policy and Central banking is what causes hunger and poverty and crime and countless ugly parts to our human psyche which is not actually natural for us, think avatar or star trek, a world without money based on sharing resources.

    See my blog stavsworld.com to read more about my thoughts to what is coming next and also to lead you on to the fascinating subject of socionomics. For the socionomics click the about button on my blog or just visit socionomics.net

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