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  1. Vladivostok1919 Says:

    Un excellent fil ici;

    VICKERS était gouverneur de la Bank of England en 1910. Quand il démissionna pour les raisons exposées par Bardet, il écrivit ceci :

    En concluant

    In the question of what steps should be taken to put matters right, I can only suggest the general direction in which our future policy should point; for I myself do not believe that there exists any perfect cut-and-dried scheme which is likely hereafter to be adopted, lock, stock, and barrel, as our future monetary system. Moreover, there are many other technical and psychological considerations which would be necessary in order to achieve peace and contentment amongst the people. The main objectives however, should include:-
    1.) State control and State issue of currency and credit through a central organisation managed and controlled by the State.
    2.) Stabilisation of the wholesale price level of commodities. That is to say, a fixed and constant internal purchasing power of money; so that a pound will buy to-morrow what it bought yesterday; an honest pound, not a fluctuating pound. And this can be done by so issuing and regulating the volume of available credit and currency that it shall at all times be adequate to permit of the purchasing power of the consumer being equated with the volume of production; not by limiting the purchasing power, but by firstly increasing purchasing power more in proportion to the productive capacity of industry.
    3.) Fixation of foreign exchanges by foreign exchange equalisation funds, and agreement with Empire countries and all other countries willing to fall into line; and, once this was accomplished, the removal or diminution of trade barriers which to-day protect the countries from the results of a bad monetary system.
    4.) Any additional supply of money should be issued as a clear asset to the State; so that money will be spent into existence, and not lent into existence.
    5.) The fluctuating quantity of gold lying in the vaults of the banking system should never be permitted to govern the volume of credit and currency needed by the country.
    6.) The elimination of slumps and booms; and more direct procedure for eliminating unnecessary poverty
    7.) The abolition of the Debt System where all credit is created by the banks and hired out at interest to the country.
    8.) Absolute State control over all foreign lending; and the adoption of the general principle that our foreign trade should be so conducted as to preserve –
    (a) the interests of the Home Market,
    (b) the interests of the Empire countries and the English-speaking nations,
    (c) the interests of Foreign nations, and that this principle should particularly apply in the case of Home production and foodstuffs.

    Difficile de faire plus actuel.

  2. Vladivostok1919 Says:

    Explicit Versus Implicit Debt Levels

    Explicit debt leaves out important obligations like pensions and social security. If you add these in, you get what economists call the implicit government debt.

    And if you use the implicit government debt to GDP ratio, the picture is much bleaker. Look for yourself:

    Germany: 255 percent

    France: 255 percent

    UK: 530 percent

    U.S.: 570 percent

  3. pierrot123 Says:

    Tiens, comme c’est curieux:

    L’an dernier, le groupe Bilderberg s’est réuni….en Grèce (côte de Glyfada)…
    Cette année, c’est l’Espagne….

    Vous avez dit bizarre?

    L’an prochain à Evora (Portugal)?

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