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Remember guys, it was the fundamental problems of our monetary system that brought you here in the first place. Modern economics is a faith, and like all faiths it is based on belief. But when these beliefs are questioned at the most shallow level their shortcomings are soon revealed.

"It is the most important subject intelligent persons can investigate and reflect upon.."

Robert H. Hemphill, Credit Manager of The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

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the guy was never interested in HPC, he is simply poaching.

if i owned HPC.co.uk i would ban him. i certainly would not allow people to freeload from all my hard work!

i won't join his board because he is deluded. he fails to see that his proposed monetary regime is identical to the current one. ie, it is based on trusting someone to print money and not abuse it. madness. the monetary reform party are also promoting this rubbish - i wonder if bill still realised that his 'idea' is nothing new?

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the guy was never interested in HPC, he is simply poaching.

if i owned HPC.co.uk i would ban him. i certainly would not allow people to freeload from all my hard work!

i won't join his board because he is deluded. he fails to see that his proposed monetary regime is identical to the current one. ie, it is based on trusting someone to print money and not abuse it. madness. the monetary reform party are also promoting this rubbish - i wonder if bill still realised that his 'idea' is nothing new?

Started some interestingand long runnign threads. That to me is a contribution, l don't think he tried to hide any ulterior motivations.

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Oh nonsense.

That's the entire point. It's all in our monetary history, we just have to look.

My site is for serious monetary reform discussions. There is a lot we don't know. Nations are going to have to go to it because they are broke.

This is still a good general site -- the best.

the guy was never interested in HPC, he is simply poaching.

if i owned HPC.co.uk i would ban him. i certainly would not allow people to freeload from all my hard work!

i won't join his board because he is deluded. he fails to see that his proposed monetary regime is identical to the current one. ie, it is based on trusting someone to print money and not abuse it. madness. the monetary reform party are also promoting this rubbish - i wonder if bill still realised that his 'idea' is nothing new?

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Oh my, I'm a mustard seed in the big old ocean. This is not my plan, nor my idea. It's all in our mutual history.

I think it's a great idea.

Bill Shill never, ever satisfactorily answered my criticisms about his fundamental misunderstanding of credit creation and interest. Simply told me that he spoke on the phone to Milton Friedman. lol

Bill Shill's money reform party involves you having money being reformed into his.

Harsh but exceedingly fair.

Doesn't mean we don't need monetary reform mind. I just wouldn't like it built round the Shill.

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Oh nonsense.

That's the entire point. It's all in our monetary history, we just have to look.

My site is for serious monetary reform discussions. There is a lot we don't know. Nations are going to have to go to it because they are broke.

This is still a good general site -- the best.

Are you going to allow injin on your site bill ?

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