Central Banking Conspiracy

Central Banking Conspiracy Or Funky Econometrics?

So if there is one thing that history has shown us, it is that central banks are unable to stabilize our economies.

I mean think about it…

If your sole job was to make sure that our economy is stable and you had been responsible for the amount of instability our economies have had since the birth of the Bank Of England in 1694 by private banker William Patterson, would you still have a job?

Is it because central bankers are stupid?

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Monetray Reform

A Solution to the global financial crisis – A proposal for Monetary Reform

Over the years I have been looking at many proposals for monetary reform. I have met many monetary reformers and of those the most influential in my work have been James Robertson and Ben Dyson. From the work of James Robertson and spending many hours with Ben Dyson I have copied a proposal below which I fully back. The proposal is taken from Ben Dyson’s website www.bendyson.com.

The following is a proposal for reform that can be implement in the UK

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Central Banking Conspiracy

To Bailout or not to bailout – That is the question?

As we speak I am in the midst of a PR road show presenting the causes, consequences and solutions of the financial crisis and the need for monetary reform across the UK.

I have been presenting to audiences totaling about 2000 a month. and my new venture in banking without banks is making progress.

After presenting to this many people and meeting this many bankers, you start to recognise some common themes in the questions that come up repeatedly that I would like to address in this post.

After my presentation where I demonstrate to the audience how 97% of our money supply is created privately through private debt loans and that money creation by banks is an expanding process in which money created by past loans is perpetually recycled, re-loaned, providing an endless supply of new money, building up into a vast infinitely ballooning total of money and debt that eventually renders unaffordable interest repayments, I open up the floor to questions.

Similar questions tend to arise at each presentation.

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