On https://radar.avrotros.nl/uitzendingen/gemist/item/negatieve-spaarrente-dit-zijn-de-gevolgen/ you can see a broadcast about the consequences of a negative savings interest. It can be concluded that if the ECB now works with an interest rate of -0.5% and an exemption, i.e. an interest rate of 0%, one apparently accepts a differentiated interest rate on savings. It is then only a small step to pay 2% interest for money saved for a future pension. Such a system that uses differentiated rates is proposed in the free downloadable book.

Now our House of Representatives could adopt a motion that the government be asked to insist that the ECB receive an interest rate of 2% for the assets to be deposited at the ECB (= desired inflation rate).