Bank of England Act 1694
Enforcement of the Bank of England Act 1694 was started in June 2009 and was the precursor to this blog.
Enforcement of the Act is our ultimate goal. Why?
- when the Bank of England was founded, the Act was written with the intention to avoid the oppression of Their Majesties’ subjects
- it therefore limits the TRADING activities of the Bank of England
- and it foresees a FINE for abusive trading.
What the Bank of England really trades with is the National (or public) Debt. And that has more oppressive and in the long term devastating effects on the money that is in circulation than most people realise.
The Chairman Austin Mitchell MP of our Forum for Stable Currencies has tabled Early Day Motion 597 in which he’s asking to tackle the oppression the HM subjects are experiencing due to the banks that are being supervised by the Bank of England.
The Forum for Stable Currencies has been politically active with meetings in the House of Commons and Lords since 1998.