23
Oct
09

A new monetary system that would prevent economic collapse

Contrarily to our useless politicians whose “solutions” for the current economic crisis are to create yet more debt and ruin countless future generations, there are highly qualified people out there who have already designed effective systems that would change the nature of the world economy, and hugely benefit the “man in the street”, his freedom and finances – something fairly inexistant right now.

One of the systems I like the most has been designed by Richard C. Cook.

A short summary video: 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cBafaTItck

An interview with R. C. Cook:

http://dandelionsalad.wordpress.com/200 … y-corseri/

An in-depth explanation of the new monetary system:

http://dandelionsalad.wordpress.com/200 … -c-cook-2/

This is a perfect demonstration that there are workable, highly beneficial economic systems. This one was submitted to the G20 last year, along with a petition. Of course it was totally ignored. The very fact that our “leaders” continue to maintain and support such a debilitating economic system as the current one, that hugely benefits the few at the expense of the many, is one more demonstration that the interests of “we the people” are the last things on their minds. Having looked at just about every monetary system humanity has used over time (where records are still available), I conclude that without a doubt we are now using the worse possible one, ever…

The only likely outcome of maintaining the current debt-based economy is financial feudalism and re-entering the Dark Ages; a time of famine, poverty, suffering and ignorance for the vast majority.

We need a monetary revolution to stop this. Now !

Otherwise don’t say I didn’t warn you…

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1 Response to “A new monetary system that would prevent economic collapse”


  1. 1 BDO
    October 23, 2009 at 9:26 am

    I agree we need a new monetary policy that does not rely on enslaving citizens to more debt in order to show growth on paper.


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