Matters in the Air: 29th March 2017

These notes compiled by Rev Canon Peter Challen are posted at, to contribute background information for the Global Table, which continues on Wednesdays from 12noon to 2 pm at the School of Economic Science, 11-13 Mandeville Place, W1U 3AJ – now hosted by the Open Research Group – meetings are open to all on a drop-in basis. This weekly forum is a persistent focal point for many who cannot often get to London but are encouraged in bold initiatives by association and collaboration. We all continue to foster the public sense of the search for inclusive justice. We are trying to sense the richness of our networking without overburdening with detail. We collaborate in order that action may flow BOTH in specified targeted initiatives AND in acknowledgement of our shared commitment to ending exploitation – usury – now exponentially rampant!

Notes of last ORG meeting: GlobalTable-0170322-TonyCrawford-notes
See also:  OpenResearchGroup-170322 – and –  OpenResearchGroup-170222

Forthcoming Events:


Current ‘Land and Liberty’ has fine articles on usury/interest, ruling ideas and housing and LVT

Paul Fisher is preparing a book entitled ‘BETWEEN ANGELS AND DUST. Let your imagination feed in related thoughts !

From UKCOOP; Can this Government reimagine work and wealth creation?

Roy Madron’s new book is called Super-Smart Democracies: Dissolving Neoliberalism, Managerialism and Elitism. The 2003 book Gaian Democracies:.. will be an e-book soon.  London, UK ·


POSITIVE MONEY: Main differences between the current dysfunctional debt-based monetary system and what we propose:  #sovereignmoney

WRESTLING WITH INTEREST:  Werner and Builk …Critical Thinking’s analysis goes beyond Richard Werner’s critique; usury is the issue and banking is theft. As long as we are addicted to interest, problems of inequality and environmental destruction will never be solved.

Collapse. Circulation represents the lifeblood of all flow-systems, be they economies, ecosystems, or living organisms.  Sally J. Goerner:

ICUK: recognises the necessity of dealing with BOTH the need for many urgent palliatives within a dying system AND a systemic curative re-design by the participative representative democratic application of an integrated political-economy. It concentrates on the Mega-Narrative within which the UK could shape all its independent but mutually accountable communities. An update is in its formation: Please contact for latest developments.  Curative change to the political-economy like “Poetry happens in two stages, like sculpting; first the imagination, then the chisel.” Peter is in central London every Wednesday between 12 and 2pm and would like to meet you by your direct invitation or request. <>

LETSlink  envisages national and regional hubs – LETSlink  envisages national and regional hubs – dedicated training work is being done with individual LETS groups – see also comment on post-Brexit devolution:

Further Reports are invited from our associates in the quest for inclusive justice to stir our awareness and effect change through both palliative and curative means.
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PUBLICATIONS & BLOGS – reviews always welcomed:

Anne Goss and Frances Hutchinson: The Spring 2017 issue of The Social Artist (incorporating The Social Crediter) are now available on the website:

“I’m in love with a political mind again!” Great review of the new book, The Simpol Solution, on Amazon UK

Campaign for Free Parliament CFP an 8 minute video of explanation:

James Robertson’s March 2017 Newsletter:

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COLLABORATION: Over time our weekly forum has considered important aphorisms that help the development of dialogue that takes us into new understandings of the co-operative task. Having revisited those guiding thoughts over the last 12 weeks, Responses are sought about their use, or about any other enduring wisdom relating to collaboration.
A response this week 7. “Do not fear to be eccentric in opinion, for every opinion accepted now was once eccentric”

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