The national debt is not what we currently owe but what we currently own

Put simply, the commercial bank circuit serves private needs while the government circuit serves collective needs. The bank circuit exists to serve individuals and ‘capitalism’, while the government circuit exists to deliver on democratically controlled promises.

Economists often call our collective interests public goods. The failure of the private interest bank circuit to provide public goods is easy to understand by exploring healthcare. The market solution is to cater for the patient offering to pay the most. Even worse, the market may deliberately create a scarcity in order to charge a higher price. A market cannot operate effectively in matters of life and death.

Absolutely it’s affordable to provide free healthcare and not leave it to the private market to pay for it! Great article which also shows you how money works!

Source: Is world-leading NHS healthcare an affordable proposition? – Progressive Pulse

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