Positive Money argues, banks have a magic money tree, which it believes the government should control instead, reads the extensive article about the Positive Money campaign and its supporters in the DailyMail, 27th Nov 2017.
Here’s a short extract:
Rob Moore, the IT executive, often does charitable work in his community. But he’d like to help create a society where there is no need for food banks.
Solicitor Jim Murray wants to tackle the inequality and housing shortage he sees on a daily basis in Liverpool.
Psychotherapist Joanne would like people to be free from stress-inducing jobs and biologist Tim Doheny Adams wants to see technology used to prevent environmental disaster.
The solution all of them have come up with: change the way money is created.
They want to take it out of the hands of the banks – and even create money to help in society where it is needed most.
Few of us give how money is created a second thought. We happily – or unhappily – earn it, owe it, trade with it, and dream of more of it.
Read the whole article here.