Iceland Proposes Monetary Reform

Still Report #368 — Iceland Proposes Monetary Reform | A new report written by a committee of the Icelandic Parliament proposes full-blown monetary reform. Read the report at:

Also see:

Watch Bill Still’s entire 6 part coverage of the UK Money Creation Debate at

Also see my Solutions page at for more information on monetary reform and beyond.

2 thoughts on “Iceland Proposes Monetary Reform”

  1. I don’t understand…why don’t they just print more money. Then you have, uh…more money. See, problem solved.

    Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone

    1. If it’s issued via the government, and not private banks, interest can be minimized, there’s more transparency and more incentive for the money issued to be in the public’s interest.

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