Black People : Money This Money That

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    Right now there is none , the mighty dollar has take control and ruler in society
     
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    I agree with you (Brother Cedric). Money is an insufficient bartering equalizer. For the global African community, a return to basic bartering is a viable and beneficial option.

    Because money acts as an artificial resource in the market, it actually serves to empower the weak. You see what I mean? Money only serves those who are disadvantaged in terms of resources or ingenuity.

    But yea, I'm with you on this. The African situation can't improve on any front until the current market system is redressed.

    Brother Monetary, what're your thoughts?
     
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