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Marco SabaThe Money Commission can start here by reading the results of the MONEY TRUST INVESTIGATION (more than 2,000 pages): https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/......

October 2015

Rory ShortThe ONLY sound way for new money to be created is as non-interest paying new money debt. The only entities that should be allowed to trigger the creation of new money are individuals when they need it for making purchases. To stop free-loading on the system there would have to be a limit on the amo...

October 2015
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andrewbb@gmail.comThe answer is encouraging multiple currencies, while eliminating the possibility of fraud. PromiseLanguage is what they are seeking.It's a standard protocol that works with any currency....

October 2015

Josef Boberg”AIR TO BREATHE AND SOVEREIGN MONEY TO USE THERE IN ABUNDANCE OF !”...

October 2015
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Positive Money supporters head to Downing Street with 12,000 signatures for monetary reform

Today, Tuesday 26th May 2015, campaigners and politicians will deliver a 12,000-strong petition urging the Prime Minister to change the way in which money is created, so that it serves the public interest. A group including Green Party leader Natalie Bennett will deliver the petition at 4.30pm this afternoon. The petition calls for new money to be “used to fund vital public services or provide finance to businesses, creating jobs where they're needed, instead of being used to push up house prices or speculate on the financial markets”. This call for “Sovereign Money creation” has been echoed by leading economists including Lord Adair Turner and Martin Wolf of the Financial Times.Positive Money is a research and campaigning organisation that seeks to highlight dysfunction in the money system and the need for reform. A Dods Monitoring poll conducted last year showed that only 1 in 10 MPs have an accurate understanding of how money is created. Positive Money claims that without an understanding of how the monetary system works, policy makers and politicians are unable to guard against another financial crisis.   A cross-party group of MPs have been invited to join supporters in handing over the petition. At a backbench debate on money creation and society last year, MPs from both sides of the House called for a money commission to consider alternatives to our current fractional reserve banking system. During the debate, Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith said,

FWHMyersThat is one of the most fascinating reads I've seen on this blog. People in this movement are wondering how our society's understanding of money and banking became so ignorant, and this focus on history adds a vital dimension to the campaigns to reform and re-educate.I look forward to reading the co...

May 2015
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