The Ons Geld movement was founded at the end of 2012. This foundation is aimed at informing people in the Netherlands about the pitfalls of our current monetary system, they also want to actively approach politicians and hold them accountable for their policies and they propose various alternatives and solutions.
The Ons Geld movement tries to bring about monetary reform in the Netherlands to improve the future of all Dutch people. This goal must be achieved by banning fractional reserve banking and introducing a complementary currency that is accepted as a tax. Here we become economically independent again through a financial system where money is made by the people, and not by private institutions. In the golden era, banks could also create money; so we are not going back to the same system back then.
Since the start of the last credit crisis in 2007, you heard a lot in the media that money had 'evaporated'. You heard a lot about debt, bad loans and how we 'lived on credit' for too long. We didn't understand how money could just disappear and what it actually meant that 'banks no longer trusted each other' and why it would be bad that we would have 'negative growth' in the economy. We then slowly started to find out what money actually is and where it comes from.
Meanwhile, the central banks of America and Europe came up with billions of euros to replenish the money stocks of banks, we had to save some banks with a 'bailout' of our tax money and politicians told us that the crisis was almost over.
Much has been and is now being said and written about the crisis. Analyzes have been presented and people are angry that politicians do not see or will not recognize the real causes. We also waited for someone to do something about it. Until we were shaken up by the following video from Mike Maloney, a guru in investing in gold and silver:
It was after this video that we started looking for organizations to join in order to form an anti-bank lobby and to move politicians to real reforms. However, such bodies did not seem to exist, and then we decided to set up the front ourselves that could be joined.
For people who have also had problems with our current money system for a while, this may be a good channel to bring about reforms.
Related articles and information:
-) Website - Us Money movement
-) Website - Positive Money movement from the UK
-) Update - How fair is our current economic system really?
-) Awareness about the banking system is growing worldwide
-) The death spiral of our economic system
-) What if the Euro collapsed?
-) Who are the international private banking cartel?
-) Backlight - The Brain of the Banker
-) Teledoc - I want my money back