I wanna bank…

I wanna bank that doesn’t lend money on interest.

A bank that the depositors have a major say in the banks decisions.

Whare a universal and reasonable limit is put on any large investors – for a fair change. why not!

I want a bank to facilitate transitions using gold and silver as money.

I want the bank to employ house building craftsmen to build good and affordable housing (or better perhaps: renovation)

It may probably help if house buyers agreed to pay their salary into the banks account.

I want the government to pay this bank because of the community service it provides.

I want the bank to have a role in the financial matters of the small businesses it sets up, providing expertise and advice.

I want the bank to be a shareholder in the companies it establishes.

I don’t want the bank to engage in fractional reserve banking.

I don’t want the bank to lend or invest in fraudulent or oppressive industries.

I don’t want a bank that finances state sponsored terrorism.

I don’t want a bank that makes no more profit than is needed to pay it’s employees a decent wage.

Why can’t I have such a bank?


4 Responses to “I wanna bank…”

  1. 1 Loans February 26, 2009 at 6:44 pm

    Nice info! Very cool post.I have looked over your blog a few times and I love it.

  2. 2 lwtc247 February 26, 2009 at 7:52 pm

    No offence, I’m sure you will understand, but I think you’re a robot. Please confirm with me you are a human or I will delete your advert.

  3. 3 lwtc247 February 27, 2009 at 12:51 pm

    Casino Capitalism.
    – How Credit Unions Survived the Crash
    By Ralph Nader

    Because they use paper money, they are still subject to the forces of paper money manipulation, but credit unions are a far better alternative than the current fraudulent banks. It appears like credit unions still entertain the concept of ‘usury’ i.e. interest, and that is of course bad, but to leave your existing bank and head towards a credit union would be one way to start to move from these scam infested banks.

  4. 4 sybblog February 10, 2011 at 10:59 am

    I agree about the credit unions. At least their credit cards don’t charge excessive fees and interest on interest (well the ones I’ve looked into)

    Nice post. A bank like that would be nice!

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