How a State Bank Would Function

By Pinky Khoabane

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Stephen Goodson

Yesterday we brought you an interview with former Reserve Bank Director and author of “A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind” and “Inside the South African Reserve Bank Its Origins and Secrets Exposed”. Goodson says the only way to a prosperous South Africa for all is to have a state bank. http://uncensoredopinion.co.za/former-reserve-bank-director-disappointed-anc-didnt-give-mkhwebane-support/ Today we bring you details of how a state bank would operate.

1)Who will own the State Bank?

The people and the State.

2) Who will have overall responsibility for the running of the State Bank?

The Monetary Trusteeship, an organ of Parliament.

3) Who will manage the State Bank on a day to day basis?

The Treasury.

4) How will the State Bank fund current government expenditure?

By paying newly created money into the economy on a planned budget.

5) How will the State Bank fund government capital expenditure?

By issuing zero interest bonds to organisations such as the Public Works Department, Eskom and Spoornet.

6) At what rate will the money supply expand?

The rate of increase will be reviewed monthly and will be subject to changes in the various price indices, demographic changes and increases/decreases in productivity.

7) Will the private banks be nationalised?

No, only the money supply will be nationalised. Full reserve banks will continue to compete with each other and efficiently allocate money to borrowers on a basis of shared responsibility for risk.

8) Will there be inflation?

No, because all money will be issued free of debt and interest.

9) Will homeowners have to pay interest on their loans?

No, only a small handling fee will be payable, which will be used to defray the running costs of the system.

10) Will farmers be entitled to 0% loans?

Yes, loans will be available at 0% and will include the financing of crops. Only a handling fee will be levied.

11) Will interest be payable on credit cards?

Once the new paradigm is in place the use of credit cards will be abolished and only debit cards will be available. Banks will charge a fraction of a percentage point for this service. Card holders will benefit from no longer having to pay interest and the large commissions which banks charge merchants.

12) Will interest be paid on savings accounts?

Only nominal amounts of interest will be payable, as these savings will be backed 100% by the reserves of the deposit receiving bank. As inflation will be zero, cash held in savings accounts will retain its value.

13) Will it be possible to earn a higher rate of interest elsewhere?

Yes, investment accounts will be available where it will be possible to earn a higher rate of interest. However, these investment accounts will not be entirely risk-free and the investor carries the risk that all or part of the capital invested may be lost.

14) Will it be possible to repay the national debt?

Yes, the national debt will be repurchased and replaced with South African Notes at zero interest over a transitional period.

15) Will there be taxation?

Taxation will be greatly reduced, as government and para-statals, for example, will no longer have to allocate vast sums of money for the payment of interest on their loans.

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  1. Things like Media Tribunal,,institution like Parliament,Reserve bank and so on that are going to work in the interest of the citizens of this country not foreign interests

  2. In order to implement this we must be build a strong state and its institutions..create a state institution that’s going to regulates the media cause if not colour revolutions sponsored by outsiders could be the order of the day

    1. Sipho, what exactly do you mean “strong state institutions”? By state institution that’s going to regulate the media, are you talking about a Media Tribunal or what form would this institution take?

  3. Good day sisPinky,
    Is the above information for real??? I cannot comprehend why the ANC did not analyse carefully the PP’s recommendations. Are they aware of this information??? The movement keeps on preaching about Radical Economic Transformation and yet no bold proposal has been put on the table yet. I stand corrected my sister, but they keep on rehashing the nine point plan as if it will take us some where. This very nine point plan has failed to produce radical transformation. Why does our movement keeps on doing the same things and expect different results??? Why is the movement afraid to take bold steps??? I am sorry for so many questions but its the only thing that comes into my mind.

    1. Dear Stavas

      You may remember the first interview with Stephen Goodson and how the Reserve Bank operates in the interest of the five banks. You will remember an earlier article we published which showed the three banks that controlled our food. You will also recall another article where we showed how the ANC sold our country to IMF and World Bank when Thabo Mbeki, Trevor Manuel, Tito Mboweni, Pravin Gordhan signed a loan to repay apartheid debt. These loans come with terms and SA has literally been caught by the short hairs ever since.
      A Sate Bank does not augur well with the commercial banks and the global financial hegemony. ANC in most part has been captured.



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