Why do YOU think that we need to reform the money system?
You might think, “Where do I start?!” There are so many reasons for it, aren’t they?
We would like you to tell us (and the world) why do you think it’s important to change the way how money is created.
1) Why do YOU support Positive Money?
Whether it is the financial crisis or the inequality that this system creates… Or it might be the unnecessarily high taxes that we have to pay because our government has foregone the profit from money creation to private banks. Or maybe you’re concerned about the pressure on economic growth that this system produces and the resulting accelerated resource consumption. Perhaps you’re just outraged by the unfair advantage that the right to create money gives the banks over all other businesses.
Why is it important for YOU? Please, take a minute or two and think about it.
2) Let us know
Please let us know why do you want the money system to be reformed. And let the whole world know – if you are convinced about it, stand up for it! It’s important.
a) Write it on a poster or a piece of paper and send us a photo of you holding it
- I support Positive Money because…
- The way money is created should be changed because…
- I want the power to create money to be taken away from banks because…
- Banks shouldn’t be allowed to create our money because…
b) Say it – record a short video (1-2 min) and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
c) Write it online – on this page
d) Do it in whatever creative way you’ll come up with 🙂
It is important: We’ll publish it on the website and share it far and wide – it will help other people to see that there are lots of us. It will also help them to understand how far reaching the negative consequences of this money system are – and that we must reform it if we want to sort out all the economic, social and environmental problems.
3) Positive Money on BBC again!
4) Upcoming Events
Denmark, Wed 28th Aug – 97% Owned Screening & Discussion
London, Tue 10th Sep – Crashonomics – with Fran Boait from Positive Money
Chicago, USA, 19-22 Sept – 9th Annual AMI Monetary Reform Conference
The speakers are the main people on the front lines of monetary reform around the world. Here is the superstar line-up: Prof Joseph Huber, Dr. Michael Kumhof of the IMF, Prof. Kaoru Yamaguchi, Prof. Richard Werner, Prof. Nic Tideman, Prof. Steve Keen and also Andrew Jackson from Positive Money.
5) More from the Blog
This is our newsletter from 17th August 2013. If you’d liked to be kept up to date on the campaign then sign up.