Saturday, September 20, 2008

Reform The Monetary System?

Money Reform Party

Anne Belsey of the UK Money Reform Party suggests ways in which our monetary system should be changed to get rid of this endless expansion of debt. Playing time c 35mins.

Posted by frizzers @ 05:09 PM (759 views)
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3 thoughts on “Reform The Monetary System?

  • Quite an interesting interview – particularly the fact that Anne Belsey is very much against gold or other commodity based currencies. Unfortunately, the interviewee is also a very hesitant speaker which will not help promote her cause.

    If you don’t have a spare half hour, you can have a look at the website instead:

    http://www.moneyreformparty.org.uk/

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  • Yes, Anne Belsey is very much against commodity-backed money, which is a shame, as she naively believes that government can be trusted not to inflate the currency. History tells us that this is a vain hope. She’s really hasn’t got a clue.

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  • Sabine K Mcneill says:

    Dear Quiet Guy and dear Harold,

    Does it really matter what Anne Belsey if for or against? Does it not matter much more that she helps people see that there is more to capitalism than meets the eye? That there is more to understand and to change than is currently happening?

    Are you perpetuating in thought or in action what is happening to people and planet? She proposes change!

    Consider reading http://tinyurl.com/666rwd and thinking more and more deeply as the 112 signatories so far have done!

    With ‘globally warm’ regards,

    Sabine
    Organiser, Forum for Stable Currencies
    http://forumnews.wordpress.com

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