|Subject:||Re: [socialcredit] Solomon Islands & Untrustable politicians|
|Date:||Thursday, August 4, 2005 16:14:00 (+0100)|
|From:||Kenneth Palmerton <kenpalmerton @................uk>
I hope that it does not surprise you to know that I agree essentially with
what you have written. So please do not think I am nit picking if I make
one or two small points.
M1 for us here in the UK means notes and coins. Cash.
I raise this point because not long ago a newcomer to our body of ideas
got carried away and entered a public demand for State created M1 from
within the Forum for Stable Currencies, the vehicle we use to promote our
monthly meetings in the House of Lords committee rooms. This demand was
picked up by the treasury, and we had a great deal of difficulty in
getting the debate back on track, when we were being accused of not
understanding that a cash economy alone would create a most difficult
Yes I know it was a red herring indented to blow us off course. For a
while it succeeded, and we had a very red faced newcomer. She did survive
What little I knew of Muldoon leaves me with little surprise at his
authoritarian utterances. He was the IMFs man was he not ?
As for Switzerland, the practice there differs from Canton to Canton. And
some of them have a much more "conservative" population than others. And
in fact their general practice is very similar to the movement here in the
UK of the early Nineteenth Century, the Chartists. Ideas that have not
completely died out.