Understanding "Bondage," Medieval, "Villenage!"

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    Even of Old Testament origins, the concept of "Bondage" is bound up in chains(?) with finance, and even what semblance of banking there was.

    "Villeinage" is the binding of the medieval English serf to the landholder--a more advanced financial arrangement, in history.

    Bondage | Define Bondage at Dictionary.com

    On the one hand, The GOP contenders apply more the "villenage" type of concept. Wall Street will be set free from from the political controls of the land in which it is located.

    Then on the other hand, Vice-President Biden--who in Washington, D. C., tends to get complex concepts right--applies the concept more closely to the mortgage-holder being freed from oversight at the Congressional Level. "Bound In Chains" is more closely associated, in the United States, with slavery. That is "Bondage," financial arrangement.

    Even "Tea Party" raises the concept of many immigrants originally arrived from Europe into the United States--in a "bondage" arrangement.

    So effectively, just like "Shovel Ready Jobs" is a concept understood everywhere except at the Ivy League--J. Maynard Keynes even understood it--"Chains" and "bondage" are everywhere understood, in the United States. Typically, mainly Romney of the Ivy League, appears really not to understand much about it.

    It is actually, entirely, medieval: Kind of Like the concept, "King George, III!"

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken Not Stirred!"
    (Reservation Indians, now on Lands of Many Nations, now even understand concept of "The Undisclosed Location," on the dining room charts!)
     
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