Monetary Reform  This is the personal website for James Gibb Stuart, containing some background information on his life, his works and his views.    This highly topical and relevant site prides itself on investigating what's really going on in the news, which often is given a completely different slant in the media.  They also host a daily online news broadcast to highlight the key issues. The forum advocates the use of People's Credit (M0: notes and coins) for the People's Purposes.  It a voluntary initiative of parliamentarians and concerned citizens across the full political spectrum and from all religious persuasians, and meets regularly at the House of Lords.    This website was set up to promote the aims of Thomas Attwood (1783-1856) who campaigned for the 1831 Reform Bill and was one of the city’s first two MPs.  He was a democrat who opposed the growing mood of centralism at Westminster and promoted measures which would lead to full employment, peace and prosperity, regarding foreign trade as incidental to the nation’s wealth.

Many of the organisations whose links are above,  in particular "UK Column", "Forum for Stable Currencies" and "The Thomas Attwood Group" are actively compaiging for the re-introduction of "The Bradbury Pound", a form of government-issed debt- free money.     The following quote is taken from the UK Column's website:

 "On the 7th August 1914, in order to avoid a run on the banks, the Treasury issued Treasury Notes signed by John Bradbury - a form of national credit backed by the credit of the nation. We require that the Treasury immediately restarts issuing such interest-free money, based upon the wealth, integrity and potential of our country. Such an initiative would completely remove the hold the banks have over the nation, and would kickstart a productive economy."


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