Forum for Stable Currencies

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The Forum for Stable Currencies is a voluntary initiative of parliamentarians and citizens that advocates economic democracy through freedom from the national debt



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COMER, the Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform was established in Canada 1986 and has been investigating what we’ve been studying through the Forum for Stable Currencies: the creation and privilege of ‘money’ which has become...

Originally posted on Parents Rights Blog:The government’s austerity programme hasn’t just put the poor under terrible pressure ? it’s actually breached Britain’s international legal obligations. Sourced through Scoop.it from:...

Originally posted on Victims Unite!:BE THERE OR BE SQUARE!  DON’T MISS THIS ONE… This weekend – head up to Nottingham!  See details below… 1st May – meet at Ye Olde Jerusalem Pub in Nottingham at 9am 2nd May – SA...

How ominous is this:  Our 13th Early Day Motion (EDM) since 2002 is EDM 748  to celebrate the centenary of the historic UK precedent of ‘treasury money‘ as an alternative to ‘bank money‘. After Austin Mitchell MP tabled it o...

I remember reading that Gordon Brown said the Government can either tax or borrow to raise money when he was acting as PM. As if he had forgotten or never knew that governments ought to create money and put it in circulation, if they want to ‘r...

The Bradbury Pound is for the UK what the Greenback is for the US: Cash issued by the Government – rather than Credit by the Central Bank free of interest – rather than interest-bearing directly spent into the economy – rather than...

The Commission on Banking Standards invited for submissions and we duly put a document together – in August 2012. Strangely, the Commission claimed Copyright – which is contrary to the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988. Even more str...