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Many voices in the letters column (4/7) are worried about the growth of world population, Melbourne’s burgeoning size and our increasingly deficient infrastructure. Public opposition to further immigration is growing. What to do?
Is it possible that one cause of the growing problem is the kind of financial system operating in the world, which appears to be controlled by the super-wealthy? It seems that many Australian businesses are forced to support increased immigration in order to survive financially, even though their owners know that long term this is against the interest of the whole population. Should we look again at Douglas social credit and other proposals for reform of the money system?
NJ, Belgrave, Vic