DEBT FORGIVENESS – the key request by Britain’s Bilderberg Expert

Tony Gosling is a former BBC reporter who publishes this website about his own activities and www.Bilderberg.org about his studies of the Bilderbergers.

Bilderberg meetings have been convened since 1954. Agenda and list of attendees are being determined by a ‘steering committee’.

The late James Tucker published his 25 year diary of following meetings. Daniel Estulin has written The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, and Alex Jones is the Texan expert in the US with a very popular radio show and www.infowars.com.

FOI requests about George Osborne’s attendance has revealed that they ARE making policy.

In this video Tony speaks about the sinister NAZI-based past and requests Debt Forgiveness! On behalf of victims of white collar crimes, we have long been asking for amnesty, jubilee and the Government as Compensator of Last Resort.

BRING BACK the Bradbury Pound – interest-free – backed by Public Credit – issued by The Treasury rather than Banks

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

OVERT MONETARY FINANCING or ‘Helicopter Money’ Policies – Lord Turner is waking up?


Anatole Kaletsky
writes about the 46-page speech that Lord Turner, Chairman of Britain’s Financial Services Authority gave at the Cass Business School on 6th February 2013.

Positive Money writes Adair Turner tumbles to the merits of a Positive Money idea.

In 2008, I had been advised by a human rights lawyer to ‘go for Parliamentary scrutiny via the Treasury Select Committee‘. Since the Treasury Select Committee had just announced their inquiry into climate change, we submitted Green Credit for Green Purposes.

Since 2002, Austin Mitchell MP has been tabling Early Day Motions to address exactly this: ‘overt monetary financing’ – but under a different label: public credit.

You can really tell from this speech how “the Religion of Money” has won over the Lost Science of Money, as men struggle with: whom to follow and whether to be for or against the ‘current consent’:-

  • a virtually surefire method of stimulating economy activity exists today and that politicians and central bankers can no longer treat it as taboo: ‘newly created money should be handed out to the citizens or governments;
  • distribute free money to end deep recessions;
  • quantitative easing for the people;
  • overt monetary financing (OMF) or “helicopter money” as ‘permanent monetisation of government debt and ‘extreme option’ in ‘extreme circumstances’.

Strangely, Lord Turner associates ‘inflationary risks’ and ‘printing money’ with Germany: the Bundesbank, Goethe’s Faust and the devil itself: Mephistopheles. Continue reading

When bankers get together for dinner, they discuss Art. When artists get together for dinner, they discuss Money – Oscar Wilde

LoveCurrencyWhat 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?! Continue reading

Public Sector Debts and their Absurdity

 

English: HM Treasury Crest

English: HM Treasury Crest (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Social Credit is the antithesis to Public Debts.

The Absurdity of the National Debt was already published by the then Duke of Bedford in 1947 but didn’t make a difference.

To the contrary: the dependency of Governmental budgets on Public Sector Borrowing Requirements (PSBR) kept increasing over the decades. In other words: Governments continue to sanction public debts for vested interest payments.

This chart published by the Economic Research Council shows the absurdity in nowadays terms, covering 2010 – 2060 in five different population scenarios.

Budgets 1999 - 2012

This chart covers the past years since 1999, when HM Treasury started to publish budgets in a similar way every year.

“Interesting” how the interest costs rose above the defence costs in the 2008 crisis when ‘other’ costs began the ‘austerity cuts’…

The difference that the national debt makes is the amount of vested interest payments!

Debt, Debt, Debt [and nobody asks where the Interest is supposed to come from…]

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Above is an interesting chart that has been making the rounds on the internet. Oddly I have yet to find the original article that was the source from Haver Analytics an independent research arm of Morgan Stanley (MS-NYSE).

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A Matter of Life or Debt – Resolving the Economic and Ecological Crisis: a feisty book review

The book is called Against Usury and the author is Robert van de Weyer – an economics lecturer who became a priest. Of course: he resolves the economic and ecological crisis, as any critical thinker / writer could. But: it is also clear that the agenda of the global financial elite is NOT to solve any crisis, but to control people and resources. Hence we are experiencing spiritual, ethical and moral battles that underlie the crises that we perceive.

The review is a beautifully feisty critique of the system that the minority that calls itself ‘monetary reformers‘ has been analysing for decades.

May the magic of the web allow enough people to think up alternatives, while the usurious dragon of capitalism seems to try its very best to devour earth and its peoples…