2014 will be the 100th anniversary of the ‘Bradbury Pound‘: debt- and interest-free ‘treasury money‘ as the UK equivalent to Abraham Lincoln’s ‘greenback’ – the sane, honest and healthy alternative to ‘bank money‘: dishonest credit produced by banks from thin air.
James Gibb Stuart, author of the Money Bomb – banned from the shops in 1983 – as the ground breaking book wrote this article about the Bradburys.
The writers of the Bank of England Act 1694 knew about the power of creating money and trading with it aka usury or making money out of money – the deadly sin of riba in Islam. In 1913 the Federal Reserve followed suit. Syria and Iran are the only countries left without a Central Bank a la Anselm Rothschild:
“Give me the power to issue a nation’s money; then I do not care who makes the law.”
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Tagged Abraham Lincoln, Crime, Forum for Stable Currencies, Foster care, House of Commons, House of Commons of the United Kingdom, James Munby, Merlin Hanbury-Tracy 7th Baron Sudeley
This is the Belgian site that publishes the story that, hopefully, people will be ashamed of in Britain.
Here is the English version.
And here is the report that gave rise to include victims of state kidnapping in our list.
This article in the Guardian is about the details of the former media mogul’s appeal against a six-and-a-half-year sentence for fraud and obstruction of justice.
It refers to the Honest Services law in the US that is applied only to instances of bribery and kickbacks.
Since the fight takes place between Conrad Black and the government for tax reasons, one does wonder where the real power lies, and it seems that it is the hands and eyes of the respective lawyers…