Bring Back the Bradbury Pound!
Countdown to 7th August 2014
100th Anniversary of Historic Solution
to end Britain’s ‘crisis’, austerity & corruption
There is a deep malaise affecting our country – something is clearly not right. To catch a criminal, a good policeman will always tell you to follow the money and to ask, cui bono – who benefits?
The network of private central banks led by the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, have taken control of the world’s money supply to achieve global governance on their terms – hardly beneficial for the human race.
The way to ‘stop and reverse’ is to ask: Continue reading
Posted in United Kingdom, Debt, Borrowing, Central Banks, Bank of England, Money supply, Bank of International Settlements, Money, Cash, Government budgets, Bradbury Pound
Tagged Abraham Lincoln, HM Treasury, Bradbury Pound, David Lloyd George, Forum for Stable Currencies, Bank for International Settlements, Basel, British Government
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: Continue reading
Posted in 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
This is the subject line in my most recent letter to the Business Minsiter The Rt Hon Dr. Vincent Cable.
It links the creation of credit as ‘money’ as the CAUSE with victims of financial exploitation and legal oppression as the EFFECT.
To create money for the compensation of victims of white collar crimes, it suggests that the Treasury could ‘remember’ how to print money and mint coins…
Posted in Credit, Credit money, Debunking, Economics, Money, Money Myths, National (sovereign) Governments, United Kingdom, Usury
Tagged financial exploitation, legal oppression, victims
This blog entry by Channel 4 economics editor Faisal Islam indicates how the Bank of England pulls the real financial strings behind the political scene and how the City of London runs Westminster and thus the country, not to say the world.
If only it was common knowledge that
1. the first national debt was established in 1694 by setting up the Bank of England; see http://bit.ly/aNRGPw; it resulted in a general debt-based economy world-wide
2. the purpose of the crisis was revealed by the 10-year budget analysis and the “kink” in 2008; see http://bit.ly/aGrAbn
3. there are fundamental differences between the Bank of England’s “quantitative easing” http://bit.ly/cVPxOJ and the Treasury “printing money”: interest, aka vested interests of greed and unaccountability.
May more and more people wake up and understand
- a Nation’s money supply is fuelled from a number of sources
- central banks
- banks and other financial institutions
- a Government’s budget is only a certain share of the whole of the supply – generally around 40%
- governments issue money as Cash aka M0,
- but they “prefer” to borrow, pay interest and charge taxes – for the benefit of bank(st)ers who issue money as Credit out of thin air and charge interest for it….
Follow the money and welcome to hopefully a new level of disillusionment!
Posted in Bank of England, Cash, Central Banks, City of London Corporation, Control, Credit money, Government budgets, Interest, Interest money, Money, Money supply, National (sovereign) Governments, United Kingdom
Tagged Central Bank, Faisal Islam, Mervyn King, politics