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20
Jul
11

The solution to the economic crisis

With all the doom-laden media braying constantly about our terrible economies it is easy to forget that our financial system is only one of many that have existed over time, some of which were very efficient at avoiding every one of the problems we are being submerged with – by design – today. A lot of people are working on extremely effective alternative financial systems, but unsurprisingly the Rothschild and Murdock owned press act as though they don’t exist, never report on them, and thus help maintain the terrible system their paymasters have put into place. The truth is the current system of international finance is an expensive farce that benefits a minute minority, and concentrates worldwide power in the most unsavoury hands known to mankind to the detriment of everyone and just about everything. Anyone who does not understand that has obviously not been living on the same planet as the rest of us the last few years – or prefers staying in a comfortable delusional state rather than accept the reality of the ridiculously wasteful and dehumanising systems inflicted on us increasingly every day. However, luckily there are plenty of brave individuals out there who have a total understanding of this and are doing their utmost to promote more equitable systems, despite being hindered at every stage by the financial oligarchy and the political minions who have allowed them to achieve such obscene levels of power.

Probably one of the most succinct and brilliant explanations of a tried and tested system that reintroduces fairness into the marketplace while at the same time stimulating hugely the economy and castrating the parasitic international banks, is that of soft-spoken monetary genius Richard Cook. His “Cook Plan” is the result of three decades of careful reflection while working in the heart of the White House treasury department, where he had a unique position to grasp the intricate workings of national and international finance.

His work is of striking pertinence today. He has reinforced each aspect with the help of a multitude of other economists and monetary reformers worldwide.

I strongly recommend watching this 2 hour series of videos where Richard Cook manages to condense two centuries of economic history, clear and concise explanations of many of the terms and mechanisms of economics that are essential but far too many people ignore, and finally explain the simplest, highly ethical solutions that would stop this entire artificial economic crisis – and the untold suffering associated with it – immediately. If you only want to put up with one economy lesson in your life – let it be this one !

It is divided into 6 parts each covering a high density of information, so try to find a moment when you are clear and focused to watch it. Then spread the video to anyone you know with half a brain, and start pestering your elected “representatives” to pass legislation that would rapidly transform society into a far more equitable place, at no cost except to faceless international institutions who would lose their ill-earned sinecure.

The plan was proposed to the G-20 a few years ago backed by the signatures of many prominent economists and was ignored, unsurprisingly.

The same thing happened when it was presented to the US congress.

It’s high time for a change. That change can only come from the people.

To think there are a number of alternative systems out there that are almost as good, and we have to put up with the current can of worms run by a small number of soulless yes-men and psychopaths for their selfish interests who are devouring the planet while doing their best to line their pockets with our collective futures.

It must be understood that there are monetary and economic systems that make the kind of rampant abuse prevailant today almost impossible. Here is one of them:

Part One:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3p48upXJaA&feature=related

Part Two:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKJhlnhcs8c&feature=related

Part Three:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkUYHXvQp1s&feature=related

Part Four:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6sZI2Nm_Do&feature=related

Part Five:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l45BFD3ARHE&feature=related#

Part Six:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_QgQzy_rus&feature=related

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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