PETISYEN OLEH PERTUBUHAN GERAKAN KEADILAN MONETARI MALAYSIAKerajaan datang dan pergi tetapi rakyat tetap dibebani dengan kenaikan harga makanan dan kos kehidupan yang tinggi dan terus meningkat. Mengapa? Adakah kerana dasar-dasar ekonomi yang tidak betul? Sebenarnya TIDAK AKAN ADA PERUBAHAN sehingga Sistem Monetari negara diubah.
Ini adalah realiti yang kerajaan harus hadapi dan tidak mengabaikan. Dan bukanlah mustahil untuk menukar sistem monetari; ia boleh dilakukan, langkah demi langkah.
Tetapi terlebih dahulu marilah kita faham bagaimana sistem monetari menaikkan harga secara kekal. Inflasi berlaku apabila terlalu banyak wang yang dihasilkan mengejar terlalu sedikit barang, atau barang-barang yang tidak meningkatkan didalam kuantiti secepat peningkatan jumlah wang.
PETITION BY MOVEMENT FOR MONETARY JUSTICE MALAYSIA
Governments come and go but the rakyat is still burdened with high and ever-increasing food and cost of living prices. Why? Is it because incorrect economic policies are in place? The truth is there will be NO CHANGE until a country’s monetary system is changed.
This is the reality of life, governments must address and not ignore. And no, it is not impossible to change the monetary system; it can be done, step-by-step.
But first, let us understand how the monetary system permanently increases prices. Inflation occurs when too much money is produced chasing too few goods, or goods that do not increase in quantity as fast as the increase in the quantity of money.
Baru-baru ini kita dimaklumkan bahawa Kerajaan sedang menimbang untuk menukar mata wang kertas sebagai salah satu strategi melawan rasuah seperti mana yang dilakukan oleh negara India kebelakangan ini.
Tatkala isu mata wang negara sedang giat diperbincangkan ini, Gerakan Keadilan Monetari, satu pertubuhan bukan kerajaan yang ditubuhkan untuk hasrat Reformasi Sistem Monetari demi lebih kesejahteraan rakyat Malaysia, merasakan bahawa waktu telah tiba bagi negara Malaysia untuk mempertimbangkan reformasi sistem monetarinya.read more
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The problem is an unending increase in prices that steals away the purchasing power from our pockets. The price of food...
…that hurts the poor, students and almost all Malaysian households. Prices of homes that puts houses in the category of a luxury instead of a necessity, an item that can now only be owned by the few and by those with a legacy, or well to do parents instead of by everyone.
Prices of cars – what was the price of luxury cars in the past are now the prices of a basic car.
These prices are not compensated by a similar increase in salary and income; the prices increased in runaway fashion, while increases in salary and wages are pedantic and abysmal. We now have ‘sandwich families’ with grandpa, son and child in the same house, as the son can no longer afford to go out and buy a house.
In the city we have working homeless, young people working but wages too low they sleep homeless. We have students who eat only once a day, at 3 pm because they can only afford one meal a day. These are all the results of the theft of purchasing power done insidiously by our money system not understood by many, and not understood by those who can make changes.
Almost certainly retail based taxes add to the burden of the poor and to the burden of all but the message we are trying to pass is that this is a systemic problem- the problem exists because it is inbuilt in the money system we adopt, and retail taxes such as GST are just additional burdens, not the sole cause.
Those are the problem for people with jobs and income. We also have hundreds of thousands of unemployed graduates and youth, as in all countries throughout the world, courtesy of a unintelligent debt based banking system, and general gross miseducation at schools and universities.
A change in the monetary system will not only remove inflation, it will also remove unemployment, and will increase economic growth for the nation.
We can also be an example to be emulated throughout the world.
But we need you to hear us out and support us, and we need the powers that be to implement what we point out.
A journey of thousand miles begins with the first step.