It isn’t necessary — or advisable — for consumers to trust either a banker or any other producer of goods/services

Free markets make it possible to rely on a least-likely-to-defraud approach to procuring satisfaction for consumption demands (note the source … and recall that no meatspace avatar or group of individual meatspace avatars could ever possess the requisite authority to create even one binding law … and recall as well that within any healthy economy each consumer is in the driver’s seat of production — as opposed to the NWO’s Keynesian canard about consumers having an imaginary spend-spend-spend obligation toward producers as some kind of collective engine of production).

The doctor e-posted this entry on Day 675 of WWIII