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dannyboyGood stuff! It sounds like Adair is pretty much on board with the sovereign money thing. He also says it like it is when it comes to discussing the tight coupling with overall levels of debt and money in the economy.Discussing this stuff is really starting to move off the taboo list and I think Po...

June 2014

DozyHoleSame view as Peter Schiff. The recovery is on shaky grounds, but people will plod along and when the next crisis hits it will be a big surprise and "no one will have seen it coming". We are in a cycle and the people that matter are happy with the situation, to the detriment of everyone else....

June 2014
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PaulThe above is absolutely true, unless the privately owned central banks are removed, the Central Banks will continue to control (Corporate Governments). The debt/bust cycle will continue to be at the whim of Central Banks and World Banks (IMF/BIS) third world countries will continue to be raped for ...

July 2014

Marco SabaNo one ask WHY if banks create money they don't register the amount of newly created money in their books as a GAIN before lending or spending it... That way they steal the capital and don't pay taxes on it....

July 2014

Andrew WebbYes, you are correct; it is certainly not in our interest to allow the banks or the regulators for that mater the power to create our money supply. Presently when a nation needs to increase its money supply, it will usually get it from the commercial banks as debt. The Central Bank will inject new m...

May 2014
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Slave2PaperWithInkOnIn this stupid man-made system [thin air money that's destroyed when repaid] mortgage loans are probably pushed to the forefront because they last so long [i.e. That ''money'' exists for longer before being destroyed] feeding the rest of the eCONomy.That gives govts the chance to say that there is a...

August 2014

SimonThe government's Help to Buy scheme makes the problem worse because it encourages more lending and debt, and is a tax payer subsidy for existing home owners and developers. However all governments and some economists see "rising house prices" as a good thing, because it encourages more spending, de...

May 2014
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