The Global University of Poverty - Curricula Welcome

End Poverty is number 1 job of any keynsian and millennials; future capitalism

This was a post on 360hub Lighthouse - - with reference to learning from good examples.
- learning also from mistakes! Though it also is relevant in this contex.

EG. here: Global Financial Crises

The melting of the Global Financial System 2008.
"A living system from 2nd World War till 2008"
Hype and a boom of greed on expense of future generations.

What other examples do we have to learn from?
What do we not want to bring forward to the next generation?

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Comment by chris macrae on November 12, 2008 at 1:24pm
What scares me most is that I haven't see a global profession wholly learn from a mistake for 20 years now -
its that long

The worst mistake we couod make this time is to lurk - to assume others will put it right; somehow we need a level of networking collaboration of an oder never seen before - perhaps the most crucial section in this ning currently is events if you post an event please be the new kind of banker that staked your reputation on: the majority of people at this event will be up for ongoing action as a once in a generation turning point. If we get the deepest chnage list of events in one catalogue we can map back who's where and retrospectively assemble a network worthy of such eladers as Yunus & Obama
Comment by Mike Bell on May 21, 2009 at 2:40am
Great fun. As an end piece, the Govt is now giving our money to the banks so they can lend it back to us!


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