vendredi 24 juillet 2009


We can demonstrates how dreadful are most IMF's and World Bank's debt finance projects, and educates all citizens in the countryside of their financial-economic bill of rights. We mobilize them to form a strong public opinion against the odious debts, and all debts and interest from debt finance, and diagnose the major causes of monetary poverty and thus provide best solutions for everyone. Knowing all the life-soul-killing effects of these evils of debt finance,we pressure the Government(s) to implement now the most necessary change through urgent reforms. The most important reform is the money system creation from being debt-based to debt-free financial-economy, and propose the schemes and mechanisms to provide financial-economic security to every citizen from conception to the grave, at a very low cost without discrimination, and with less taxes for everybody, and thus we can invest in more efficient projects for the welfare, security and survival of the citizens.

Some VIP's are saying important truths, as you are.

Maurice Allais, Professor of Economics at the National School of Mining Engineering in Paris, France and the 1988 Nobel Prize Winner in Economics, had this to say, in his book "Les conditions monétaires d'une économie de marché" (The Monetary Conditions of a Market Economy p. 2): "In essence, the present creation of money, out of nothing, by the banking system is, I do not hesitate to say it in order to make people clearly realize what is at stake here, similar to the creation of money by counterfeiters, so rightly condemned by law. In concrete terms, it leads to the same results."

And let us quote Mackenzie King too, while he was campaigning, in 1935, to become Prime Minister of Canada: "Until the control of the issue of currency and credit is restored to government and recognized as its most conspicuous and sacred responsibility, all talk of the sovereignty of Parliament and of democracy is idle and futile."

Doctor Jan Wilk reflected:

"This defective financial system reminds me of a circulatory system with a defective heart. It's as if the heart sucked more blood from the system than it puts back, therefore, the heart takes more, and keeps it for itself; and gives only some back to the system.

To camouflage a little this strategy, they try to add new credits from time to time to the financial system, but its only virtual money, it is as if we put a substitute for blood in the system. Consequently, this state of affairs is like having less and less good blood, and more tainted and defective blood. That will lead us towards catastrophe; it is only a question time.

We are Christians. Therefore we are obliged to have an open heart, and also to be vigilant. And our love should also include our enemies, those who make this bad system work, and we should love also those who suffer from the consequences of it."

The report of the National Security Council

prepared in 1974 under the direction of Henry Kissinger, offers

some disturbing

insights on this point and proves how true is your book.

 Kept secret until 1989,

this report estimates that it is indispensable to the security

of the United States to establish a rude policy of demographic control in the

countries of the Third World. Alongside the pill and sterilization, mention is

also made of abortion.

We put the finger exactly where it hurts and need urgent medication.

Julian Simon said in his book " the ultimate Resource 1" that he was paid by those people to prove that Earth was overpopulated, but he wrote books and articles proving exactly the opposite.

The Ultimate Resource (now The Ultimate Resource 2) and Population Matters discuss trends in the United States and the world with respect to resources, environment, and population and the interactions between them. Simon concludes that there is no reason why material life on earth should not continue to improve, and that increasing population contributes to that improvement in the long run. Those popularly-written books develop ideas positive and foresaw the falling natural resource prices, increased world oil supply, and decline in farmland prices. His view of population economics is unique and persuasive. Discussion covers resources, environment, population growth and his analytical methods.

To read this book, see this link.

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