The lobster trap of central banking

According to an article published this week central banking is a gigantic lobster trap. It is set by the commercial banking industry and the government, which grants the central bank a monopoly over the control of the monetary reserves (government debt) that are used by commercial banks to issue loans, with the traps bait being a two part promise.

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