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28/05/2012 – 11:24 | One Comment

We tend to assume that we must have a single, monopolistic currency, funded through bank debt, enforced by a central bank. But we don’t need any such thing! In fact, the present system is outdated, …

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For the 1% – A Terrain for Compromise

28/05/2012 – 12:15 |
For the 1% – A Terrain for Compromise

Is there a terrain of compromise that might also be acceptable to the protagonists of the financial system? Anyone enjoying the privilege of a monopoly will tend to fight to retain it. Legitimising non-financial incentive …

Book Recommendation: Occupy Money (Margrit Kennedy)

28/05/2012 – 09:53 |
Book Recommendation: Occupy Money (Margrit Kennedy)

Seit über 25 Jahren setzt sich die bekannte und renommierte Geldexpertin Margrit Kennedy für neue Geld entwürfe ein. Ihre Bücher sind weltweit zu Longsellern geworden. Nun legt sie mit Occupy Money ein visionäres Plädoyer vor …

Video: Occupy Money

28/05/2012 – 09:48 |
Video: Occupy Money

“The all Occupy Movement is defining itself in terms of the 99% versus the 1%. The strategy that we are proposing, which is a monetary ecosystem, is actually a 100% solution.”

Press Release: “Geuro” – a parallel currency for Greece is not a new idea

28/05/2012 – 09:44 |

The proposal by Thomas Mayer, chief economist of Deutsche Bank, to prevent the seemingly inevitable withdrawal of Greece from the EMU by introducing the “Geuro” as a national parallel currency sparked a broad public discussion. …

Video: Saving Greece

28/05/2012 – 09:41 |
Video: Saving Greece

“The entire debate, the public debate, on the Greek situation and the Euro as been positioned as if there are two solutions only, completely in or completely out, either 100% or zero. I think this …

The eurozone crisis: a workable solution, available today…

28/05/2012 – 09:40 |

As this book goes to press, the electorate of Greece – after two years of the most drastic austerity measures in modern history – has voted clearly against the cuts, the bailout and the political …