The Goal of Monetary Reform
The Goal of Monetary Reform is to liberate all of the slavery to the Money Power.
Because all are enslaved to it.
Even those we know as Billionaires. Certainly, these people are high lieutenants, but even they are financially controlled by the small Plutocracy and pay interest to them. Albeit less then they are allowed to rob from those lower in the food chain.
Yes, behind the Money Power there is an even more nefarious and universal Adversary.
It has been given many names. Every man who sees it, sees different aspects of it. But it must be understood that the Adversary’s Earthly Kingdom is impossible without its financial and economic domination through the Money Power.
It is this understanding that leads us to the study of the monetary.
The Money Power’s greatest means of enslavement is its monopolistic control over the money supplies of every nation on earth. Although the degree of control differs per nation, it must be understood that money today is one interlocked system. This control over the money supply is abused in many ways, amounting to a horrific ongoing wealth transfer, eternally keeping all of mankind in economic bondage.
The three most blatant tools of plunder the Money Power acquires through control of the money supply are interest, the manipulation of the volume of money, resulting in the boom/bust cycle and the ability to finance those they own or want to own and starve the rest. The latter option allows them to control also the major cartels that dominate the main industries. Energy, Allopathy, Food, Telecommunications, Weapons, Automotive Industry etc.
Any meaningful reform must address first and foremost usury and the business cycle. Providing cheap, stable and abundant money to normal people will destroy the cartels also.
The main spheres of attention in Monetary Reform are these:
1. Government Level
Currently Governments create a currency monopoly with legal tender laws and then hands over this monopoly to a private central banking cartel, destroying us with interest. Interest amounts to a loss of wealth for the poorest 80% of anywhere between 5 to 10 trillion dollars per year.
This must be resisted. Public Banking, Mathematically Perfected Economy, Social Credit, Mutual Credit and even the inferior Greenback are important models for this. None of these models should be idealized. They are among the best we have now, certainly good enough to implement now, but none are complete and all need further development. Fractional Reserve Banking must be abolished. Credit can be created with extreme ease, not needing capitalization, and close to zero cost through what is known as ‘Mutual Credit’.
While providing interest free currency itself and never allowing a private monopoly, Government must end Legal Tender Laws, allowing competition from free market currencies. Government units have serious intrinsic limitations when offered as a monopoly.
2. In the Market
Privately controlled interest free currencies, designed to be fully functional high powered mediums of exchange, should be used, developed and promoted. They should compete directly with Dollar/Euro/Yen. We cannot wait for Government to mend its ways. And a Government monopoly is probably unhealthy as it is. There is enormous scope for regional currencies and international currencies via the internet. The technology and concepts are being developed as we speak, but need far higher priority.
3. Money is a means of exchange, not a store of value
A clear distinction must be made between means of exchange and store of value. A depreciating, interest free credit based currency should not be considered a store of value! The middle classes should be encouraged to quit hoarding the means of exchange and find other ways of maintaining wealth for future use. This would spare them the damage through inflation even if nothing else changes. There are many, many practical, vastly superior and immediately available alternatives to hoarding cash
4. Decentralization of monetary power
People should have access to several currencies always. So that they cannot be destroyed by the implosion or exploitation of monopoly currency. These currencies express identity on other levels than just national. The State is not the Commonwealth! Commonwealths exist on many different levels.
Continuing exposure of- and resistance against the Money Power’s agenda of World Currency and World Government.
5. The education of the public about monetary matters.
Initiating debate on the problems and options available. Facilitating dialogue between different schools of monetary thought, to recognize their strengths and weaknesses and work towards a Grand Unified Theory of the Monetary. The resistance against faux economics, typically ignoring the problems of interest, whether Austrian Economics, Keynesianism, Monetarism, Communism or any other paradigm supporting the Money Power’s agenda.
This is a spiritual conflict first and foremost.
On the material plane the Money Power is the main enemy.
Monetary reform is the key.