Banks Have More Power Now than Before Crash

An excellent report from the RT network on a group of prominent economists including Joseph Stiglitz and George Soros trying to reshape the debate on the global economy. The economists are trying to encourage a world wide Keynesian approach to growth and prosperity rather than the ‘bankers first’, deregulatory paradigm that has caused so much harm in recent years. Alarmingly, the banks that caused the fiscal crisis in 2008 now have more power than they did previous to the crash, a fact the economists predict will cause further crises in the near future:

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