Posted on May 17, 2013 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
Green Credit for Green Purposes was our proposal to the Treasury Select Committee in 2008 – ‘to do it electronically’.
But on 7 Aug 1914 the Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer did it on paper: John Bradbury signed the Bradbury Pound – instead of borrowing money from private investors for the Government.
Justin R G Walker talks about it to Brian Gerrish of UK Column on this video and mentions the ‘credit of the Nation’.
Austin Mitchell MP has been tabling Early Day Motions along the Public Credit since 2002. It sounds so simple and yet is so profound: (more…)
Filed under: Bank of England, Central Banks, Fractional reserve banking, Money, Money supply, Public Credit Petition, Treasury Select Committee, United Kingdom | Tagged: Austin Mitchell, Bradbury, Bradbury Pound, Brian Gerrish, Central Bank, Cyprus, Early Day Motion, Government, government debt, Greenback, John Bradbury, Treasury Select Committee, Twitter, United States, William Franklin | 5 Comments »
Posted on February 10, 2013 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
What a great email – hopefully it went to lots of bankers, too!
When bankers get together for dinner, they discuss Art. When artists get together for dinner, they discuss Money – Oscar Wilde
Dear fellow Money or Artmoney colleague.
We all have heard that: “Money is the Root of all Evil”. In fact, this phrase has its origins in the Bible, which says: “For the Love of Money is the Root of all Evil.”
Somehow Love vanished with the passage of time. But what would happen if Love would return to the equation, and we would start asking ourselves: “What is the Root of All Money?”
Wouldn’t Love be a great answer?! (more…)
Filed under: Campaigning, Love | Tagged: ASN Bank, bank, Banknote, Bible, Love, Oscar Wilde, Paper Money, Recreation | 1 Comment »
Posted on August 5, 2011 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
1) Bankers, according to the London Times, launder about 400 billion dollars a year or more in illegal weapons sales. The next time you hear of an African war lord killing families so he can kidnap young boys to become child soldiers and young girls to become child sex slaves, please remember that this could not have happened without the active assistance and cooperation of the bankers and the politicians they own.
2) Bankers told American businessmen that entering World War I would make the Great War last longer which would be good for the United States because it would bankrupt England, France and Germany. Calvin Coolidge on Veterans Day in 1928 said America had lost only 30,000 soldiers during the war but another 100,000 since the war ended. Those men had died of their wounds after the Armistice was signed. Everyone who died after 1915 in WW I died for bankers and Israel.
Filed under: Campaigning, Central Banks, Credit, Federal Reserve, Fractional reserve banking, Money, Money supply, United States, Video | Tagged: African slave trade, bank, Calvin Coolidge, Catherine Austin Fitts, Federal Reserve, Federal Reserve System, MERS, Mortgage Electronic Registration System, United States | 4 Comments »
Posted on July 2, 2011 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
This is a remarkable US initiative by victims of foreclosures who have a group of “Warrior Layers” as their allies.
Together they mount a class action against the Fed.
May this become a model for more class actions against more central banks!
Filed under: Campaigning, Credit money, Federal Reserve, Fractional reserve banking, Gold, Money, Money supply, Printing credit, United States, Usury, Video | Tagged: class action, Federal Reserve | Leave a Comment »
Posted on February 18, 2011 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
Perfectly brilliant animated video:
- on a British site
- as “Plan B” for the British economy
- suggesting to cut bonuses and benefits to bankers..
Too much common sense!…
Filed under: Bank of England, Campaigning, Credit, Credit money, Interest money, Money, Money supply, Printing credit, Video | Tagged: Bank of England, Banking Services, banks, Banks and Institutions, Borrowing, Cash + Credit = Money Supply, cash crumble, Central Bank, Dishonest Money, Economy of the United Kingdom, Financial Services, National Debt | 4 Comments »