If you’ve been reading the posts on here, this will come as no surprise.
Andy Haldane has proposed that Britain should abandon our centuries-old system and opt for a government-backed digital currency.
The Bank of England’s radical thinker argues such a move would give the bank new flexibility in the event of another economic downturn.
Mr Haldane said negative interests could be necessary to protect the UK economy and would help the Bank of England fight off the next recession.
Reading the comments below the article shows that the public isn’t fooled by this. Realisation is a first step – what’s required is concerted action.
A hero police officer made false child abuse claims against his neighbours during a three-year terror campaign.
Lying detective Jim Kerr turned on Martin McDonald and Ruth Nicholson when they refused to back him in a dispute with another neighbour.
The 46-year-old forced the married couple to leave their home and move 50 miles away to escape his threats, report the Daily Record .
Kerr falsely claimed they neglected their baby son Charlie. He was also convicted of assaulting Martin and trying to throw him over a barbed wire fence.
The disgraced officer – who received two bravery commendations – also wasted his colleagues’ time when he made a bogus hate crime allegation against a pensioner.
Kerr’s successful career is in ruins after details of his shameful conduct emerged in court.
HR boss Martin, 35, criticised Police Scotland chief Sir Stephen House for failing to act when informed about Kerr’s behaviour. He said: “Police Scotland sat on their hands and allowed things to escalate when they refused to help. Kerr made our lives hell.”
Read more http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/couple-forced-flee-after-three-6480449
Ching Ching big Pharma …
The number of asthma sufferers is set to double in just 35 years thanks to new airtight energy- efficient homes which trap pollen inside, it has been reported.
The lack of ventilation in new modern homes will stop pollutants created during everyday tasks such as cooking, washing and cleaning from escaping.
An air equality expert claims that opening the windows to let in fresh air will not be enough to combat the risk to families of cardiovascular disease, lung cancer and asthma
The number of asthma sufferers is set to double by 2050 due to new airtight energy-efficient homes
Those who spend the most time indoors, such as young mothers and the elderly, will be the worst affected, reports the Observer.
The decline in air quality will reportedly come as the UK is expected to achieve an 80 per cent cut in carbon emissions.
‘Poor indoor air quality is connect with a range of undesirable health effects, such as allergic and asthma symptoms, lung cancer, chronic obtrusive pulmonary disease, airborne respiratory infections and cardiovascular disease, the report by Professor Hazim Awbi, a professor of Building Environmental Science was said to have found
How spooky? Sidney Cooke and Patrick Rock look rather alike?
(NaturalNews) For five ruthless years, Merck & Co. knowingly deceived and poisoned 80 million people around the world with their infamous and deadly drug Vioxx. The drug was taken off the market in 2004 after a study revealed that Vioxx doubled the risk of heart attack and stroke in those who took the drug. The psychopaths who run Merck knowingly falsified safety data on Vioxx, which ultimately led to numerous heart attacks and strokes in unsuspecting patients.
All of Merck’s sales representatives must have realized at that point that they were nothing more than pawns for one of the most guile, criminal operations on the planet. Upon hearing the news in 2003, one sales rep decided to quit, disillusioned by the corruption she had become an acolyte for. As her eyes were opened and her life journey pressed on, it became apparent that her greatest desires for truth in medicine were going to express themselves as her reality unfolded. Her name is Brandy Vaughan.
Read more http://www.naturalnews.com/051241_mandatory_vaccination_Brandy_Vaughan_Big_Pharma_profits.html
It is understood to be the first BBC settlement to be made public following the Savile scandal.
The victim, now 54, was a desperately unhappy child living in a care home when he wrote to Savile telling the DJ of the difficulties of growing up in the Northern Ireland Troubles.
In a heartfelt letter, he also confided to the then BBC star that he had been the victim of sexual abuse in the home and longed to meet Abba or Boney M on the hit show.
Savile responded by sending money to pay for the boy to travel to the studio but then handed him over to an accomplice who repeatedly molested him.
The man, who we are calling Robert, has already given evidence to the Dame Janet Smith inquiry into Savile’s abuse at the BBC.
The corporation initially denied responsibility, saying that because he was not abused by Savile he was not eligible for compensation.
However it has now accepted that there was a potential for a finding of negligence and made the £15,000 settlement.
The BBC would not reveal whether any other payments had been made to other individuals, although a scheme has been set up to compensate victims.
Read more http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/606531/Jim-fix-victim-paid-BBC-I-ran-away-BBC-security-team-took-me-back
The unsolved murders of nine young boys thought to be linked to evil paedophile Sidney Cooke are to be investigated amid claims of a police cover-up in the 1980s.
Cooke, 88, a former fairground worker, became one of the country’s most reviled paedophiles after it was revealed he was a leading member of a child sex abuse ring based in Hackney, east London.
The gang of paedophiles, known as the Dirty Dozen, hired out rent boys and even snatched children off the streets before subjecting them to abuse and sexual torture.
It emerged the group led by Cooke each paid £5 to rape the vulnerable young boys.
Now the Sunday Mirror reports police are investigating allegations senior officers covered up links to nine unsolved murders involving Cooke and his Dirty Dozen child sex ring.
Cooke has long been suspected of procuring boys for VIPs but none of his ‘customers’ have ever been prosecuted.
The newspaper reports the original investigation led officers to suspect 12 murdered young boys, some as young as six, may have been victims of the gang – but only three of those cases were ever followed up.