Official Statement of Movement For Monetary Justice On Recent Government Economic Policies To Cope With Covid19 Epidemic
OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF MOVEMENT FOR MONETARY JUSTICE ON RECENT GOVERNMENT ECONOMIC POLICIES INCLUDING THOSE TO COPE WITH THE WUHAN VIRUS OR COVID19 EPIDEMIC...
The economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is getting more and more serious. A recent report by the International Labor Organization (ILO) estimates 25 million workers will lose their jobs globally as a result of the outbreak. The impact on the lives of the individuals involved and their families is going to be very severe. Millions may have to move out of their homes because they may no longer afford to pay the monthly mortgage payment or rent. Millions may also be unable to afford food for their families.
Movement for Monetary Justice, Malaysia lauds the call by our Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir in Tokyo today that the East Asia Group of Countries creates a new currency pegged against gold to settle international settlements.
In this presentation, Prof Ahamed Kameel Mydin Meera attempts to explain why many countries are facing shrinking and ageing population. This has implications for the future labor force, economy, culture and even security of the concerned countries.
Presentation of “Cryptocurrencies from Islamic Perspective: The Case of Bitcoin” by Dr. Ahamed Kameel Mydin Meera.
Forum by Movement For Monetary Justice - The Truth About Our Monetary & Banking System. Date: 26th July 2018 Place: School Management USM Penang. Time: 10 - 12.30 pm Register: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 04-6533370
We are informed the Government is considering changing its paper currency in order to combat corruption, in a similar manner as was done by India recently.
Whilst the subject of national currency is being discussed Movement for Monetary Justice, an NGO dedicated to Reform of the Monetary System for the better wellbeing of the people, feels the time is now opportune for the Nation to consider a Reform of its Monetary System.
A Reform that will remove insidious inflation causing inter alia high food and rocketing house prices, reverse a persistently widening poverty gap, increase economic output, remove unemployment of youth and graduates, apart from addressing other more international monetary concerns.
MMJ Silaturrahim Iftar. MMJ members and supporters get together.
A roundtable discussion on cryptocurrency, the issues, and the solutions.
We look at debt and no longer think it is a strange thing for us to take and for a country to incur. There is nothing wrong with debt if it is to be repaid without interest or any add on by whatever name. Such a debt is called a benevolent debt and can forever be repayable as long as it is owed, and we can even take collateral for it.