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Do you know how Future Capitalism is Mapped in Dr Yunus' Fieldbook
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Do you know the system rules that validate whether organisational model as a Social Business
Do you know how to ascertain whether a bank is being governed according to Bangladeshi Microcredit Model

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At 9:56am on February 7, 2009, chris macrae said…
Hi Barbara

I dislike the extremes of any system- for example extreme capitalism , extreme communism, extreme EU all have the same endgame - a few people look after themselves surrounded by a failed macro-system that they led by being too authoritative or in some cases like andersen and enron deliberately cheating behind closed walls - whether the origin of their authority was intended to be human, productive, or regulatory

if you want to have a potentially hi-trust impact on the group at future capitalism I suggest you start a thread what do you love, hate and not know about capitalism

what dr yunus and bangladesh have spent 33 years playng with is an end- game that never finishes until poverty museums blossom all over the world - it entrepreneurially empowers/services goodwill with and for the world's poorest people and prevets usa's DC or Euro's Brussels from compounding conflicts unitil its main street or remote vilages become poor -

the millions of people who action learn around Dr Yunus - and youth networks inspiring him - colaboratively require that any group of people who organise around a passionate service to other people openly validate their effectiveness by finding a way to have ositive cashflow but then all of that positive suprplus is reinvested in the purpose as defined by the poorest being served in the system - so this isnt the capitalism that sucks money out every quarter to the biggest in capital cities but nor is it the aid system that eventually stops tricklng down and so accidentally fails to empower or future-serve those most in need of being helped to find their own ability to make a difference through life's goodwill multiplying relationships

From Barbara Guidi to chris macrae
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I'm Barbara, an italian girl from Brussels (Belgium) and i'm 34.

I joined ur network caus' I wanna know and understand ....

I have one : dislike capitalism :)

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