WATCH RICHARD DUNCAN’S SPEECH: How Capitalism Died & Where That Leaves Us
Posted July 27, 2014
Capitalism died during the two World Wars.
In this speech, I discuss the transformation of our economic system from Capitalism to Creditism during the Twentieth Century.
I also describe what may come next, highlighting the extraordinary possibilities Creditism presents, as well as the catastrophic consequences that would follow from its collapse.
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I would like to thank Dan Denning and all my friends at Port Phillip Publishing for inviting me to speak at their terrific “World War D” conference in Melbourne this year, and also for producing such a high quality video recording of my talk.
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