Neil's latest monologue delves into the world of finance and usury. The creation and lending of money by a handful of faceless and unaccountable bankers leads to a society under the thumb of debt and servitude to the system. Thomas Jefferson warned of the excessive power of the banking system as far back as 1802 when he was US president: "I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies".
Oliver's monologue is not to be taken as an unadulterated attack on capitalism, for banks are a part of every established political system - including communism. The left would have you believe that central banks are the sinister face of capitalism. And yet the looming threat of CBDCs (Central Bank Digital Currencies) would lead to a Chinese-style social credit system - and that represents anything but capitalism.
Neil delivers his latest monologue from his home in Stirling. Click below for the full nine minutes plus.