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Bradbury E-book Now Available

While politicians, economists and corporate media commentators continue to make a living justifying the continuing status quo of bailout and austerity which is bringing hell on us all, we at the UK Column continue to push for the combination of national credit, Glass Steagall, banks in administration and an infrastructure rebuilding programme used as a driver for the real economy.

The continuing economic pessimism being foisted upon us is not only unnecessary, it is a criminal fraud for which the perpetrators need to be brought to justice. Until we can persuade the wider public of that, we simply have no future.

If we are to bring these issues to a wider public, we need your help. So today we are making available our ebook covering the issue of national credit. You can download the ebook as a pdf, and as an iBook for the ipad. The ipad version includes video and audio, so it is a large file!

Please read it, tweet about it, post it to Facebook and distribute it in any other way that comes to mind, as widely as possible.

As I wrote in a recent article, this economic collapse which will bring disaster to us all if left alone is also our greatest opportunity to build a fantastic future - if we have the guts to pursue it. Which we get is up to us all.


Feedback, (espec. from Plymouth) please, on this. Thnx.

Captain Henry Kerby, Member of Parliament for or Arundel and Shoreham in West Sussex, prepared the following Motion. It was one of two. He presented before the House, in what is known as an Early Day Motion, the wish of millions. It was never actually debated, thus the motion sadly does not appear in Hansard. It can however, be viewed in items relating to Early Day Motion records, and here it is:

''That this House considers that the continued issue of all the means of exchange – be they coin, bank-notes or credit, largely passed on by cheques – by private firms as an interest-bearing debt against the public should cease forthwith; that the Sovereign power and duty of issuing money in all forms should be returned to the Crown, then to be put into circulation free of all debt and interest obligations, as a public service, not a private opportunity of profit and control for no tangible returns to the British people; and that the volume of money be controlled so as to maintain stable prices: That the nationalization of the Bank of England did nothing to solve this problem as the bank only serves a subsidiary purpose and almost all money is still created out of nothing by mere book entry by private banks.

“That the aims of those who want to assure private property and free enterprise, as well as those who want to protect the British people from unfair exploitation, would both be best served by restoring the power of issuing money to Her Majesty The Queen, in accordance with ancient tradition and law, as is also demanded by the American Constitution, which gives the right of issue solely to Congress, so as to assure the State and Nation the benefits of that emission and relieve them of the immense and growing burdens of a parasitical National and private debt; and to make certain that control passes to the taxed and is taken out of the hands of the present hidden and unlawful beneficiaries of taxation, much of the proceeds of which they collect as interest on all money and immense debts.

“And therefore this House calls upon Her Majesty’s Government to introduce the required legislation, to assert the proper sovereignty of The Queen in Council in this most important of all sovereign functions, to assure unprecedented prosperity with true sovereignty and liberty.''

Article on the disaster that was the Latin Monetary Union:

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