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In Money-Changers We Trust

"What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; THERE IS NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN". - Ecclesiast­es 1:9 (NIV)

The article only serves to point out the fairly obvious, viz. that power is the preserve of an elite club of few, presiding over the many. In effect, such is called an oligarchy. Government of the majority by a few.

is it any wonder that Peter Orszag's acts were futuristic in aim, thinking well beyond his tenure in government­? Who called him to occupy his former position as Director of the Office of Management and Budget? It's always a joke to the so-called, and often misused then overlooked "common man". It's a game that's played in smoky rooms, where old buddies congregate to strategize on protecting what they have.

It is man who matters

I call gold, it is silent.

I call cloth, it is silent.

It is man who matters. (Akan proverb)

Decide on what matters to the state, the oligarchs or the ruled. Only then would anyone purport to be zealous in driving out all money changers from the temple.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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