We can't trust profit-seeking bankers and we can't trust vote-seeking politicians. What we need to do - and this is critically important - is to separate the decision over how much money needs to be put into economy and what that money would be used for.
"When you go to a mechanic to have a look at your car, he'll tell you how much oil you need to put into the car, but he's not gonna tell you where you can drive."
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