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RJ"1 = The central bank can finance government expenses or 2 = credit a sum of money to each citizen’s account."1 we agree on. The Govt would issue a bond to the ECB and then the ECB issues BoE reserves to the banks (so the ECB asset T bond = liabilities reserves credit so is in balance) etc.2 mean...

October 2015

James MurrayI will assume that you are genuine in your comment..."The ECB can fund Govt spending. It would buy Govt bonds DIRECT rather than the market buying them and the ECB buying them back"Yes indeed.The mechanism is as you state it, and this is the basis of PM proposals.The banks are thus by-passed - much ...

October 2015

RJI'm just giving Marco advice. At the very least least he should read the PM book. And what's wrong with correcting misinformation / challenging posts. It's the biggest threat to money reform because people searching out the truth are confused by a barrage of misinformation. Making it almost impossib...

October 2015
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Yanis Varoufakis & Olivier Blanchard: In Favour of People’s Quantitative Easing

People's QE Varoufakis Blanchard

Two of Europe’s most renowned economists have recently come out in favour of exploring some form of People’s Quantitative Easing. Former Greek Minister of Finance, Professor Yanis Varoufakis, and former IMF chief economist Olivier Blanchard have both agreed that an alternative form of quantitative easing could be a viable option.

PoopsThe public would have fully supported that bank shareholders and bank bondholders make up the reserve deficits of the banks. And where were the regulatory authorities that allowed the banks to get out of control in the first place. Yes, that's another entire subject! But to imagine that QE will incr...

October 2015

RJNot 100% correct re consideration. But why should banks do more than legally required to re I assume you mean directing spending to what someone or a group considers to be a worthy causes. Like lending to a company converting say a coal station to gas to reduce CO2 emissions.This is the role of Govt...

October 2015

RJRe interest. Because banks charge interest (draining money) but flow it straight back into the economy to meet their expenses, asset purchases and dividend payments etc....

October 2015
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James MurrayWe still need a definitive compare and contrast from PM on the differences between Labour PQE proposals and those of PM.In fact, it looks as if Corbyn et al are retreating from the first assertions of PQE, thank the Lord. They seem to accept that the Fiat MoneyTree can only realistically be harveste...

October 2015
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Marco SabaAt least, if you mean nothing please stop to write nonsense in this useful blog. Else, sign your nonsense with you real name for all to see....

October 2015

RJBecause it means nothing. People with "credentials" write complete rubbish. Esp regarding money and banking.And other hide behind their credentials. To give them an undeserved status....

October 2015

Marco SabaWhy you are so scared to tell the public your credentials ?...

October 2015
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November 2015

Earl HarperYou are just a fucking mockingbird ! @#$%#...

November 2015

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November 2015
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