God Help us! Are we truly run by incompetent imbeciles in the Scottish Executive?
JESUS CHRIST! This is painful!
Subject: RE: Complaint
Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2011 20:04:41 +0000
I am sorry but this is painful. It was once amusing but now it is simply painful. I will respond by giving you the benefit of the doubt that either:
1. You did not bother to read this or,
2. You sincerely do not understand what I am talking about.
Now correct me if I am wrong but I am sure that I have previously sent you the parliamentary minutes and House of Lords minutes by both a Captain Henry Kerby in 1965 and Lord Sudeley in 1999 respectively. I also believe I have sent you the video showing Douglas Carswell MP stating the fact, within the House of Commons, last year, that the World monetary system is a Ponzi scheme. Further, I believe I have sent you the video of Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve system, stating clearly that a National debt is unnecessary in totality. Now the last time I checked, neither Alan Greenspan (one corrupt individual) nor Ben Bernanke (another) ever considered or discussed the ISSUANCE of money and how that impacted upon Economics and that is because it has NO impact on the supply and demand of goods and services. The issuance of money is not even taught in Economics and Business tertiary education (or, in fact, at any level within our educational system). Meanwhile, we have Ben Bernanke having been put on the spot by a US Congressman asking him if it were correct to say that there is no need for a national debt and Bernanke replying “Yes”.
NONE of the above has the slightest thing to do with Economics, whether that be Keynesian or Austrian or any other form. It is a basic function of how money is created and not to do with the laws of supply and demand in any way whatsoever.
Let me put it this way: I am advising you that, instead of producing milk from a goat which demands we must pay the goat back all the milk we have consumed PLUS interest of another quart of milk (which was never brought into existence by the goat in the first place), we should have it produced by a cow which allows the constant circulation of the milk and ZERO interest to be paid upon it.
You have responded by saying that by producing it from a cow would have been disastrous for the country. You are assuming that money needs to be borrowed AT ALL. There is NO NEED for the government to borrow ANY money whatsoever. Therefore, there is NO NEED for the country to have a National debt of ONE PENNY. Therefore there is NO NEED for any form of AUSTERITY MEASURES! There is no need for Government borrowing FULL STOP. There is, therefore, no need for the Scottish (or British) or ANY government to have a debt, therefore there is no need for the immense imposition of tax upon the Scottish or British people. Therefore there is no need for there to be no money available for any and all infrastructure projects, education, health, employment. The Scottish government could have FULL employment in Scotland and a fully funded infrastructure, education, health etc etc. I assume, now, the point I am making is CRYSTAL clear?
The Scottish government simply needs to stop the FRAUD of borrowing money from private interests (i.e. Private Central Banks) and issuing gilts/bonds (government collateral) and simply issue it’s currency and credit directly from the Scottish Government/treasury to the nation.
Malcolm, this is not rocket science and it has ZERO to do with Economics!
Now, I will ask you once more to act upon this and bring it to the attention of the Scottish Executive and to the Scottish Public.
Please do so for the humour in what seems to be a broad incapability to grasp logical, simple concepts is running dry while there are people in this country losing their entire livelihoods and, with respect to the aged, their lives due to a system which, perhaps through your ignorance it would seem from your reply, is being protected and supported by you. Please consider the deaths of people due to this system when you consider your actions in ignorantly (perhaps) supporting this ponzi scheme.
Lastly, if I have not sent you the items I list above then please advise because they entirely support what it is I am advising you of. There are no “ifs buts and maybes” here.
Now will you please deal with this matter properly or I shall have no alternative but to make a solid complaint to the Scottish Executive regarding the capability of my MSP to hold office given he is displaying some form of mental incapacity to grasp a VERY simple point. I would, therefore, have to assume that he cannot carry out his duties effectively in representing my or any of his other constituents’ interests.
Subject: RE: Complaint
Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2011 15:27:10 +0000
Well there are just different economic views on this Earthling. You are expressing a pre-Keynesian approach which in my opinion would have been totally disastrous for this country,. Without borrowing the recession would have been a slump and unemployment would have been sky high. Of course the deficit must be dealt with but a too extreme approach is counter-productive which is what I believe is happening right now.
Sent: 28 July 2011 00:15
To: Chisholm M (Malcolm), MSP
Subject: FW: Complaint
As my MSP and representative, I expect you to act upon this complaint since, having sent it into the Scottish Executive, they, of course, have ignored it. They do so by their determination that complaints about the Scottish Executive/Government are only on procedural points. Poor “service” therefore to minor issues which one may raise. As you are fully aware, this is not a minor issue.
Now, I will state this quite clearly: The Scottish Government (as are the UK Government) are defrauding the nation by way of borrowing money/credit and having the people of Scotland pay an interest on a debt which was and is unnecessary in it’s entirety.
I have previously provided support of such an allegation by way of Parliamentary and House of Lords minutes plus a definitive confirmation of the issue by Ben Bernanke of the Federal Reserve System (for it is an entire western monetary issue) so Malcolm, please do not treat this as some “off the wall” issue. Please do not insult my intelligence and please confirm you have read this – I know you fully understand the issue – and that you are bringing it to the attention of the Scottish Executive.
There is no “explanation” of this issue required since, frankly, there is none. The Scottish Executive must “come clean” and advise the Scottish public that such a fraudulent misrepresentation of money and credit and the need for borrowing at all shall be given a full, frank, open hearing.
Please respond and acknowledge this communication with some immediacy.
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2011 14:17:16 +0000
Dear Mr Salmond and Ministers,
On the Scottish Executive website, it has the following regarding complaint procedure:
The Scottish Government Complaints Procedure
It is important to the Scottish Government that complaints about service are dealt with by the right person at the right time.
If you have a complaint about the service you have received from a department or official, the Government will work with you to resolve the complaint in a full and fair way, keeping you informed of progress.
· First, you must speak to the officials in the business area or department that your complaint is about. Working with you, they will aim to resolve your complaint. You can reach officials through the Main Addresses and Contact Points of the Scottish Government.
· If, working together, you are unable to resolve the issue, the officials will ask you to confirm if you wish to move on to the next stage. A senior official will appoint a Complaints Officer who is completely independent of the business area involved in the stage above. They will look into your complaint and aim to help you resolve it. If your complaint is still not resolved it will be subject to a final review by the relevant Director. If you remain dissatisfied, you then have the option of taking up your complaint with the Ombudsman.
Here is my service complaint and the right person is you Mr Salmond. After all, the “buck stops” with the First Minister on something as fundamental as this. Furthermore, it impacts and applies to ALL departments whether that be finance, social care, Justice, you name it. So let us “work together” to resolve the issue shall we? After all the role of government is to govern by consent is it not? Please answer this first question. Is this a correct statement? The people of Scotland elect their government to represent them and, thereby, are governed by consent. I am sure I have heard you say words to the effect “The people of Scotland have spoken”. So then, let us work together to enlighten the people of Scotland further and ask them to speak once more shall we?
Or do we have something other than a democratically elected devolved government? Please be specific while concise.
You see the fundamental issue with people voting at the ballot box and that being considered “democracy” is that, if the people voting have not been given all the facts and information they require to make an educated and informed decision, then such “democracy” (and the subsequent “contract” between the electorate and the political party for the latter’s legitimacy to govern) is based upon deception. Before anyone signs for their mortgage or any other financial transaction, they are provided with terms and conditions of contract. IF those terms and conditions are judged as not having given the buyer full and frank disclosure, then the contract is considered void and the legal establishment would rightly consider such practice by the seller as fraudulent and deceptive practice. I hope this clarifies my point Mr Salmond?
Now, regarding your service Alex and the service to the people of Scotland of your entire party. My complaint is this: Fraud and deception – plain and simple. Whether intentionally or otherwise perhaps you can clarify? The remedy for this is also very simple however. You advise the Scottish public that, in fact, there is no need whatsoever for a public/national/government debt. You cease borrowing the nation’s currency (and yes I am well aware that, right now, such currency is a UK currency. I am also aware of the fact that, in terms of notes and coins, neither Bank of England nor Bank of Scotland or Clydesdale Bank notes are legal tender in Scotland). I am talking about the issuance of the nation’s credit in total Mr Salmond. The fact that it is issued as a debt and bears interest.
So let us “collaborate” and work together as your Complaints Procedure above suggests so that you may bring this issue to the attention of the Scottish public immediately. Work with me. Let’s resolve the complaint in a full and fair way.
I don’t think there is any need for a Complaints Officer and next stages but, if you are unwilling to “work together” on this issue then I guess it must progress to that stage. However, will the “Senior Official” appoint such an officer to handle the complaint objectively or will he have been told precisely how to handle it to the satisfaction of Mr Salmond and the Scottish government rather than to the satisfaction of the people of Scotland?
Please keep me informed of the progress.
I mean SERIOUSLY! How many F***ING times does this have to be repeated?