Series: Bring Back The Bradbury Pound


There is one question which will have system-serving politicians and economists running for cover:  why can’t the British government through its Treasury issue  interest free money based upon the common wealth and integrity of this country - worth trillions?
Bradbury Treasury Note
A little known historical fact that will collapse even further the reputation of the City of London.
Jaime Caruana
Last week the Bank for International Settlements and the IMF both warned about the insanity of continuing the practice of Quantitative Easing.
Jon Snow's tweet
Yesterday evening, Jon Snow tweeted "Stock Market hits a high not seen since 1999 ... do I hear alarm bells ringing ... or just the one for close of business."  If alarm bells are not ringing, they should be.
Treasury Select Committee
Following a recent approach by Justin Walker regarding the reinstatement of the Bradbury Pound, the Treasury Select Committee have issued the following response.
Sajid Javid
Today the Financial Services (Banking Reform) Bill was given Royal Assent, formalising it as an Act of Parliament.
The 19th March is Budget Day, and we will be gathering in London to promote the Bradbury Pound. Our purpose will not be to protest, but to educate - the public, mainstream journalists, the police and any MPs or Lords brave enough to come and speak to us. So, what is the Bradbury Pound all about? Read on ...
For years now, I have been arguing in articles and on the UK Column News programme that the western financial system is terminally bankrupt. I am far from alone in that assessment, despite claims from politicians and so-called mainstream economic commentators that “no-one saw it coming”. Not only did I and many others see it coming, we now argue that what happened in 2008 was not the main event.
As people ask more questions of Parliamentarians and others about the Bradbury Pound and the policy it represents, the usual, pathetic, stock answers are thrown back at them. Lets deal with them ...