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CAPITALISM EXPOSED for the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards

The Commission on Banking Standards invited for submissions and we duly put a document together – in August 2012.

Strangely, the Commission claimed ownership – which, we believe, is contrary to the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.

Even more strangely, the Commission never published our submission – even though our addendum was admitted: a letter from our founder Lord Sudeley and the devastating story by a pension victim…

Three reminder emails and asking my MP Glenda Jackson to check were ignored.

When Lord Turner, Chairman of the Financial Services Authority, spoke about overt monetary financing as the possible ‘solution’ that we’ve been advocating with Early Day Motions since 2002, I felt I needed to tell him and the Commission.

For he talks about “the theory of money and debt”, as if he was in search of the theory that holds astronomy and nuclear physics together! Continue reading

Letter to the Committee Chairman

03 August 2009

Dear John McFall MP

This is a belated clarification regarding myself in your letter to our Chairman Austin Mitchell MP of March 17. For I am not one of Austin’s constituents, but the organiser of a Forum that has been meeting in both Houses since 1998, as you will see on our archive site www.monies.cc. Thus it will become clear to you that my opinion is not a personal one, but that I promote the concerns of many.

In fact, our analysis is so significant that a human rights lawyer advised us to “go for Parliamentary scrutiny via the Treasury Select Committee”. Hence I’ve attended numerous Committee meetings and gave you a copy of Creating a World without Poverty by Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus.

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