Government deficit spending increases the money supply.
We borrow money into existence. Money can, simply be created and is, simply being created, by central banks and by commercial banks through fractional reserve lending. This is not arguable. You guys are flat earthers.
Debt-free money creation as opposed to the present debt-based money creation has been used succesfully by a number of nations throughout history and is being used succesfully by states today, saving them billions on unnecessary interest payments. Whether the money supply is increased by a democratic institution or an independent bank is of no consequence for inflation.
Again, yes the money supply increases and money is being "created out of nothing". I've mentioned the money multiplier before and first referenced to it when you made your awesome suggestion. However, what you fail to see is that that money has value because it has an interest. In addition, all the deposits exist in the balance sheets of the banks. It doesn't magically spring into existence.
Inflation does not simply mean the increase of money supply... It means the decrease of the value of money over time. In FRB, the money creation doesn't affect inflation since the money created has similar value than the existing money stock and GDP increases when the investments made on this money increase. When you print money however, no value is added, therefore inflation increases.
I would very much like to hear the states that are using this method you're suggesting and give practical examples how it works please instead of simply saying that that is what we should do.
That's not at all what I'm suggesting. Please pay attention.
It does seem to be what you're suggesting, just replace the people buying the flat with governments paying off trade deficits. If it's not, please elaborate much more specifically, I'm actually genuinely interested.