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Lucian AerisWell put, Fran. Except, describing SMC as radical might not help to pull it into the Overton Window....

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medialAxisJapan, who you might say was first to suffer from the practices of the banking sector, are leading the way in the take up of crypto-currency, which is likely a sure fire way to undermine the banks and make them change their ways (but not before the lobby against crypto I suspect). Japan's already ac...

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OliverThis article may also be of interest: http://www.socred.org/index..., as might my 548 paged tome entitled Social Credit Economics: https://www.amazon.co.uk/So......

April 2017

OliverHi Stanislas, this is a very interesting article and I am glad that you have mentioned Douglas and the Social Credit movement. Douglas' 'debt-free' dividend, which, in conjunction with a National Discount on retail goods, would be financed by money creation via a 'National Credit Office, was intende...

April 2017

Stanislas JourdanHi Steve, could you clarify or point out to what this "retail discount" idea would look like? I am unfamiliar with this concept in a monetary economics context. Thanks!...

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Our names in the paper

andrew tyrie

What an exciting few weeks for the Positive Money campaign! Rounding off this morning with this full-page splash in the local newspaper of the Chair of the influential Treasury Select Committee of MPs. Here’s our crowd-funded advert in the Chichester Observer last week:

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