It’s the banks, stupid
Greetings. I am back after my THIRD Facebook account block! I have almost completed the “Change the Voting System” but, in view of what is going on in the bankster world, I thought I would post this little video that I came across this morning actionnetwork.org... You will see that ir is from Positive Money UK whose website is here positivemoney.org... where you will find some other interesting videos. We do have a “Positive Money” group here whose website is www.positivemoney.org.nz... There is some interesting stuff there.
Finally, back to “TGBMS” (The Great British Mortgage Swindle) HERE is some brilliantly good news for WE the PEOPLE www.thebernician.net... I really look forward to the day when can announce this in New Zealand. For those of you who haven’t yet watched the movie “The Great British Mortgage Swindle” you may be interested to know that the “RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland) features very prominently. SO WHAT, you may ask, well, please bear with me, check this out www.businessinsider.com.au... I could go into lot more detail about this but i am sure you get my drift. Maybe the expression “revolving doors,” and “musical chairs” may come to mind.
Northland MP Matt King is floating a member's bill which would require the criminal history of election candidates to be published, if they were convicted of a crime punishable by two or more years' jail time. What do you think? Would it change the way you vote?
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