Posted on March 1, 2011 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
This is an excellent article written by a very interesting author, the “captive wolf” who publishes a German blog against the New World Order. It’s long and very well researched and ends in large print with this:
The Rothschilds want North African Muslims to borrow from Rothschild banks and pay interest at rates the Rothschild central bank decides:
they do not want them to be able to borrow from Islamic banks and not pay any interest.
The Rothschilds want Muslims to trade their present political oppression at the hands of brutal dictators for future economic serfdom under the control of banker Lord Rothschild.
“Becoming ecnomic serfs” is the purpose…
Filed under: Central Banks, Financial Fairness, Fractional Reserve Banking, Global Financial Elite, New World Order, On behalf of victims, Political initiatives, Usury | Tagged: Bank, Central bank, finance, Islam, Islamic banking, Muslim, rothschilds, Sharia | Leave a Comment »
Posted on September 16, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
The 10-minute rule bill as read here will be read again on Friday, November 19th, 2010.
Douglas Carswell MP aims at Honest money and sound banking.
Hence he doesn’t address the problem of national or public debts, but little steps for little feet!
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Posted on March 20, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
This new online petition is one of the outcomes of our last meeting at the House of Lords. Will you be happy to sign?
Another outcome is Austin Mitchell MP’s Early Day Motion (EDM) on Interest Free Credit. Will you get your MP to sign it? Or might s/he at least sign the EDM on the Robin Hood Tax?
And then there is the next challenge: to stage our own Public Inquiry with a Grand Jury!
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Posted on March 6, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
Our next meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 9th, 2 – 4pm in Committee Room 2A of the House of Lords.
We want to follow our determination and commitment to tackle the serious oppression that our Chairman Austin Mitchell MP formulated in Early Day Motion 1297: Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694.
We shall also honour Austin Mitchell MP and Lord Sudeley with our Honorary Robin Hood Award.
The news release about our event is here.
Please email sabine AT 3d-metrics.com if you want to attend.
Filed under: Bank of England, Banks, On behalf of victims, Political initiatives | Tagged: law enforcement, Robin Hood | 3 Comments »
Posted on February 27, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
I’m keen to promote the thinking behind The Global Financial Crisis. Fortunately, I’m not alone: Debunking Economics or How Economists went Astray are two examples. And one of the best resources on the web questioning the crisis is CrisisMaven’s Blog.
Filed under: Banks, Central Banks, Challenging the Recession, Economics, Financial Fairness | Tagged: Economics | 1 Comment »
Posted on February 9, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
The Robin Hood Tax is the UK version of the Tobin Tax which was at the beginning of ATTAC in France ten years ago.
As an anti-poverty campaign, it is more pragmatic than the economic theories of Tobin Tax definitions or the political demands of the Attac network.
Supported by a coalition of 48 organisations, the Robin Hood Tax campaign spells out what the income should be spent on.
And in the spirit of our times, it uses Twitter and YouTube.
The video is set to private until the launch, which is set to 0.05am in parallel with the 0.05% tax that Robin Hood wants to take.
Updates are on this page.
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Posted on January 22, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
Today I got the news about the excellent campaign MoveYourMoney and I hope that it will soon find its equivalence in European and other countries!
Meanwhile I was thinking what could be done “at the top” while we, the people, move our money, and I came up with this:
In addition to GDP, inflation and public debt as a percentage of GDP, there are three more fundamental measures that public statisticians should be interested in.
However, this presupposes that there was a move to more transparency and deeper understanding of what’s going on in the financial economy. It also presupposes that politics and the financial economy are there to serve the real economy.
If that was so, the development and publication of the following figures would help future generations:
• Re a government’s budget:
– the need to raise taxes vs the need for borrowing, i.e. the consideration to increase ‘narrow money’ as we have suggested in our submission to the Treasury Select Committee’s inquiry into the Stern review: Green Credit for Green Purposes
• Re a nation’s money supply:
– the ratio between ‘narrow’ and ‘broad’ money, i.e. the proportion of Cash (issued free of interest by the State) to Credit (issued at interest by banks and central banks)
• Re potential state bankruptcies in international contexts:
– the ratio between internal and external indebtedness, i.e. obligations in local and foreign currencies.
Maybe we could complement MoveYourMoney with MeasureOurMoney?
Filed under: Challenging the Recession, Indicators, Indices, Measures | Tagged: economic measures, monetary measures | Leave a Comment »