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Since 1998, the Forum for Stable Currencies has provided room for debates between Parliamentarians and concerned citizens regarding our financial system. With input from the Christian Council for Monetary Justice, Local Exchange Trading Systems, SAFE - Struggle Against Financial Exploitation and many likeminded groups internationally, we have covered the full spectrum of monetary, financial and economic causes that are historic and systemic.
We have also covered the effects that range from "bank victims" and overindebtedness to bankruptcies and suicides, which we address with our petitions Financial Fairness for Voters and Taxpayers, please!, Stop the Oppression of the British People and WANTED: Fair Trials and Compensation!.
Before its reform in 1997, we attended meetings of the "Monetary Policy Committee" and the Economic Affairs Committee at the House of Lords. Following the advice of a human rights lawyer, we then focussed on the Treasury Select Committee at the House of Commons. We have also made written submissions to these committees. Our last submission was Green Credit for Green Purposes in response to the Stern Inquiry.
In 1964, Conservative Henry Kerby MP put down a motion that the emission of all the means of exchange should be returned to the Crown. We have been asking for public credit through Early Day Motions since 2002 and will continue to ask for "true sovereignty and liberty", just as Henry Kerby MP.
This petition is our request to make money supply or public credit the topic of an inquiry. More on current site, blog, previous website, archive, historic precedent and TimesOnline articles: Ban compound interest to save our planet, Is interest-free lending inevitable? and No hope for the planet unless we reform economy.
The economic framework is provided by Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder of the Grameen Bank Dr. Muhammad Yunus in his book Creating a World without Poverty - Social Business and the Future of Capitalism.
There are two petitions to the Prime Minister in our spirit: national banking and money creation.
Our last meetings were recorded in the Grand Committee Room and in Room 14 and led to Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694, Victims Unite! and Our meetings on video.
Our online petitions with the latest collection of comments can be found here.
The Netherlands is the first country to introduce the requirement of registering motor vehicle. It is also a country of high taxes and euthanasia. This petition is to abandon the requirement of registering motor vehicles nad licencing drivers to protect Polish capitalism.