In “The Traumatised Society” Fred Harrison details how property rights were reconfigured by the 0.1% to include land as private property – instead of being exclusively possessed by the occupier on the payment of the land’s rent.

This amounts to institutionalising cheating, which makes a relatively few people rich at the expense of the vast majority, by channelling land rents to banks and the wealthy.

The now commonplace acceptance of land as private property, instead of common property, acts to delimit the area of public policy reform to those things which fail to confront the social ills such as we are now experiencing as a result of misguided land management. Therefore there can be no effective remedy.

Harrison offers the thoroughgoing explanation of the world financial situation that has gone missing in all the analyses of the commentariat.

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You say we need more funds to tackle poverty, homelessness, health, the environment, education and infrastructure? I say instituting the Henry Tax Review is a BIG step towards solving those problems.

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