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PJMThanks, Ed. IMHO your analysis is spot on!IMHO, switching to a Sovereign Money banking and monetary system is a no-brainer. However, the money powers of the City will fight tooth and nail and use every dirty trick -- even those not yet in "the book" -- to prevent that from happening.Only people-powe...

July 2017
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Which MPs understand the magic money tree?

magic money tree parliament

For years we’ve been saying it’s crucial our politicians understand where money comes from -  that banks create almost all money in our economy, resulting in an oversized financial sector and property bubbles. Now we have a chance to see how effective the Positive Money campaign’s been by finding out what MPs know today.

medialAxisIsn't one simple way for the govt to borrow money is for it to borrow from savers. After all, private debt is circa £1.5 trillion so there exists £1.5 trillion of savings earning next to nothing. Perhaps if this argument was put to MPs it might give them some insight in to how cockeyed the system ...

July 2017
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RahmanCutting the size of gov results in more unemployment less tax take and greater debt due to less consumer spending...

July 2017

robinbaldockcomparing corbyn's labour to venezuelan socialism is just lazy.Corbyn's praise for Chavez's revolution was years ago, at the cusp of its successes, (there were cracks were showing but also the US backed attempted coup was high in peoples minds when assessing the situation), and reflected the advance...

July 2017

Elizabeth PearceSocialism (which is what Corbyn wants and he has praised Socialism in Venezuela). If you look at Venezuela the internal fight back has began which includes a helicopter being stolen and used to shoot at Government Parliament building and people are out on the streets protesting because they are st...

July 2017
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medialAxisInteresting article here[1], alluded to by Marco Saba, I think, in another thread. Seems some citizens are doing what the banks do, creating money out of thin air (if I've got it right), and the banks don't like it. Personally, as time passes my confidence in the likes of bitcoin grows (even with th...

July 2017

Marco SabaJust a blunder there: Virtual Euro is a TANGIBLE liquid asset - not INTANGIBLE as purported by the Dutch author....

July 2017

medialAxisFrom what I read it's not clear if it'll be true digital cash. With cash trading is private, no 3rd party gets a look in. I'll be interesting to see how things develop, I mean, they way the EU will be torn between the right to privacy and the prevention of terrorism and/or tax evasion....

July 2017
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