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Pat CusackMy reply seems to be stuck in "moderation"....

3 weeks ago

James MurrayIvo Mosely,Yes, I afraid you continued your denouncement of all things capitalist, the banking system, the inequalities arising and the unfairness of it all.But it is pointless pointing out a problem without at least making an attempt at providing the solutions.I do appreciate it was a well-research...

4 weeks ago

Pat CusackA very compact and persuasive explanation. Can you post a copy of (or link to) the original, please?...

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Roger Glyndwr Lewishttp://share.snacktools.com... I Made these interactive Quizes based upion the Positive Money Quiz By David Farady https://www.quiz-maker.com/... and the money creation Survey of MP´s https://www.quiz-maker.com/... The degree of ignorance paraded constantly since the General Election and during...

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Vince RichardsonI would tend to agree ,we have made much fuss about creating money,a lot less fuss about destroying money and hardly any time discussing whether there would actually be probably just the right amount of money in circulation, as that is a bit boring.Personally I can' t see us needing to tweak this mo...

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Marco SabaRussia opens her secret archive on the INTERNATIONAL MONEY TRUST: http://lit.md/files/nstarik......

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Bank Robbery: How to change the system

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The nature of money Essentially, money is a form of property. Your money is your money, mine is mine, otherwise money has no meaning. Money is property in the abstract. The most interesting example of money as pure property is the stone money of Yap: some large stones sank in the sea generations ago while being carried from one island to another; but they are still acknowledged as money. It is irrelevant that they are at the bottom of the sea; everyone knows who owns them. The stones are exchanged for other property – even though they sit on the seabed.

SimknFurther to previous, creating the money as a loan rather than as Sovereign money, means it is retired from the economy as loans are repaid. This would be mildly deflationary, and deflects criticism from neo liberal economists who say the policy would cause inflation. The two big issues are how much ...

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SimonSome current criticisms of monetary reform :- Not enough credit will be created if commercial banks don't do it so there will be a recession (Anne Pettifor). This can easily be overcome if the Bank of England creates more as it knows how much is in the economy. The B of E only has the very blunt ins...

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James MurrayIvo,I continue to read your polemic awaiting, I hope, at some point that your detailed enunciation of the present systems of finance will culminate in some action points.Jim Murray...

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Marco SabaStraight to the point. Well done !...

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Vince RichardsonI hear what you say and agree.There is a willing audience ,the students themselves.Funnily enough I saw this post a while back by one of our local members,just about shows what we are up against. https://uploads.disquscdn.c......

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James MurrayHi Vince,I read what you say note from the Advisory Panel page,http://positivemoney.org/ab...that Steve Keen's book "Debunking Economics" is used in several economics courses and so some penetration of PM ideas must have taken place in courses.I count that there are approaching 1,000 higher educatio...

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Vince RichardsonHi Jim,The Rethinking Economics site has been specifically set up to address this and students are coming to it and teaching themselves, something the Economics depts are not doing...all over the country.We had 3 students come in to see our NE group and ask for us to do a talk at their dept at the ...

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