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mathematically perfected economy™ (MPE™)    1  :   the singular integral solution of  1) inflation and deflation,  2) systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property, and  3) inherent, artificial multiplication of debt into terminal systemic failure;    2  :  every prospective debtor's right to issue legitimate promises to pay, free of extrinsic manipulation, adulteration, or exploitation of those promises, or the natural opportunity to make good on them;    3  :  our right to certify, to enforce, and to monetize industry and commerce by this one sustaining and truly economic process.

MORPHALLAXIS, January 14, 1979.

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No new posts 2009 [WORLD] AMENDMENT FOR MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY™ AND GOVERNMENT INTEGRITY

Discussion of PEOPLE For Mathematically Perfected Economy™'s 2009 constitutional/world amendment for mathematically perfected economy™ and government integrity.

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12 Jan 2013, 12:44 pm

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No new posts 1. NEWBIE QUESTIONS, DISCUSSION (NEWBIE TOPICS AND QUESTIONS HERE)

Typical questions, answers, and discussion for newcomers to mathematically perfected economy™. Visit here first for answers to the kinds of questions you will tend to ask, yourself.

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22 Sep 2012, 11:27 am

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No new posts 2.1. GENERAL ALERTS, EVENTS, DISCUSSION (MOST USER CREATED TOPICS HERE)

USER DEFINED/INITIATED FORUM TOPICS. Whatever doesn't fit in specialized categories (PRACTICALLY EVERYTHING BUT NEWBIE TOPICS).

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No new posts 2.2. CONTEMPORARY, PURPORTED ECONOMICS

Discussion of ethics, morality, integrity of so called modern economics.

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Subforums: ARE CONTEMPORARY, PURPORTED ECONOMICS A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY?, PARASITES? OR TRUE BENEFACTORS?, ABOLISH THE FED

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03 Mar 2011, 8:59 pm

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No new posts 2.3. CONTENDING WITH ECONOMIC/MONETARY COLLAPSE

How should we deal with foreclosure, bankruptcy, the bailout? What political efforts must we initiate to achieve/restore representation? Ask and network here.

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02 Mar 2010, 4:03 pm

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No new posts 2.4. DEBATE MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY

Discuss or dispute the thesis.

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Subforums: DISPROVE THAT MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY IS THE SINGULAR SOLUTION (montagne, 1979), INTRODUCE/DEBATE ALTERNATE MONETARY REFORM, WHAT CANDIDATE CAN FIX THE ECONOMY?

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03 Oct 2010, 7:59 pm

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No new posts 2.5. INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY

Sound, free monetary systems for the world serve the people, versus international usurers.

Subforum: ASK HOW TO ESTABLISH MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY™ IN YOUR COUNTRY

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12 Feb 2012, 1:32 am

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No new posts 2.6. POLITICS, ABUSE OF POWER

General discussion of abuse of power.

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01 Feb 2011, 2:08 pm

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3. ARTICLES OR BLOG TOPICS

 
No new posts EVALUATION OF JEFFERSON'S OPINION ON THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF A NATIONAL BANK

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21 Sep 2008, 12:25 pm

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No new posts OPINION ON THE PENNSYLVANIA CURRENCY ADVOCATED BY ELLEN HODGSON BROWN IN 'WEB OF DEBT'

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21 Sep 2008, 1:03 pm

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No new posts NO, ELLEN. IT'S NOT THE DERIVATIVES, STUPID

Discuss responses to Ellen Hodgson Brown's article, in which she blames derivatives for the current crisis.

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18 Mar 2010, 8:43 pm

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No new posts THAT WAS A DEBATE?

Discussion of the recent vice presidential candidate debate between Joe Biden and Sarah Palin.

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06 Oct 2008, 11:49 am

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No new posts RON PAUL CORRECTS HIMSELF REGARDING THE CAUSE OF MONETARY FAILURE

In the wake of the meaningless and useless idea our problems have been engendered by “printing money out of thin air,” Ron Paul may evidently be correcting himself.

No fact of course has sustained his long term claim that we have suffered [circulatory] “inflation.” In fact, all the while he has attributed our precipitous decline and devaluation of the dollar to an inflation he has never shown exists or can be such a cause, we have only suffered from severe, perpetual deflation.

We have of course nonetheless, suffered price inflation. Yet the price inflation we suffer therefore can only be caused not by the inexpensiveness of the currency (for crying out loud) or excessive circulation (which doesn’t exist), but instead by inherent multiplication of debt by the nature of the currency: As the costs of servicing perpetually escalated sums of debt erode margins of solubility, of course industry has to increase its prices or move to countries which permit slave labor forces — both of which are manifestations of inherent multiplication of debt by interest.

Perhaps we can all be encouraged then that in a recent interview with Alex Jones over the proposed bailout, Mr. Paul appears at least hypothetically to agree we need more money in “the economy.”

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01 Mar 2010, 11:21 am

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No new posts ABSOLUTE FAILING GRADES TO BOTH CANDIDATES

When Mr. Obama says, “The middle-class need a rescue package,” the very evasion of this pretended answer tells us he will not even touch the fundamental iniquity of the system which is causing the failure. You will expire while the inherent multiplication of debt of a currency you never assented to gives all the life juices of our country to the unmentionable parasite at a faster rate than Mr. Obama’s short-sighted “package” can make up for.

In the end, usury wins.

Even worse, when Mr. McCain says, “Let’s not raise taxes on anybody today,” what he’s telling us is, to get elected, he will promise to leave you in no worse a squeeze play than you are already in, so that you can lose while he tries to soften the blow to the more important constituents of the plutocracy he has always served.

In the end, usury wins.

In the end then, usury can only win; and usury alone can win.

Nothing has been rescued; and particularly, none of you have been rescued. The fox, the puppet, the money changer… all get a free pass.

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08 Oct 2008, 12:38 pm

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No new posts CITIZENS WEIGH THE MEAT OF THE SELECTION

So of course while we may never hear from Mr. Obama, the question of usury is not off the table; and Americans do recognize what we have to do about it.

You're probably going to be our next President, sir. You need to hear your people — the ones not who report the consequences you should already understand, but who instead can make the vital difference.

"If you would just *lead us*, they would follow you; and so would I."

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10 Oct 2008, 2:35 pm

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No new posts PFMPE™ RESPONSE TO PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS' ARTICLE, "A SOLUTION?"

Now he’s hot on the trail of the cause here; he can’t just stop there. Yes, an inadequate money supply will itself bring an “economy” to ruin, because we won’t be able to service our obligations, and particularly therefore, whatever our debt.

But it is not only an inadequate money supply (circulation) which can render ruin. Ever greater dedication of the money supply to servicing debt leave ever less of the circulation to sustain the industry which (directly or indirectly) is obliged to service the sum of debt.

Thus we must ask at least how ever more of the circulation is dedicated to servicing a sum of debt; and the only immediate observation to be made in regard to that matter is that given any consistent rate of interest, the sum of debt must be increasing in relation to our finite capacity (or the circulation), with which we can service the debt so long as the escalating sum of debt does not exceed us.

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10 Oct 2008, 8:17 pm

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No new posts IF I WERE PRESIDENT

How I would arrest world wide monetary collapse in a day, and establish real economy in little longer.

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13 Oct 2009, 4:59 am

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No new posts SHOWDOWN OR LETDOWN BETWEEN LOSERS? NOT FIT TO RULE! NOT EVEN FIT TO PRETEND TO BE FIT.

Worst election ever… at the most critical time in most of our lifetimes — that is of course, unless you failed to right the country’s path in and around the first Great Depression. Or maybe ever after.

The clown and the joker are not fit to rule. They’re not even fit to pretend to be fit.

Wake up, America. You’re a wreck already happening.

Thomas Jefferson, here we come.

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16 Oct 2008, 8:59 am

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No new posts OPEN LETTER TO GLOBAL RESEARCH ON THE CONTROVERSY WITH ELLEN HODGSON BROWN

Even the very title of Ellen Hodgson Brown's October 17 Global Research article, "Financial Meltdown: The Greatest Transfer of Wealth in History — How to Reverse the Tide and Democratize the US Monetary System", states 2 blatant mistruths (which is the total of its statements):

1. In truth, by the nature of the monetary obligations which have been imposed upon us, the central banking system *already* makes itself the real owners of all indebted production until the whole of an eventually impossible monetary obligation comprised of interest plus principal is completely fulfilled.

The dispossession we are presently suffering and about to suffer are actually therefore, merely a finalization of the original misappropriation of justice.

2. Her proposition of solution has already been invalidated by my cited articles. But moreover, no element of her proposal actually reverses damages suffered so far to now (and potentially beyond), as prescribed by my article, "If I Were President..."

Once again then, Ellen Hodgson Brown leads us astray from solution. Worse, she does so knowingly, because she has already been apprised in the discourse of the cited articles that her assertions were not solution. It is she in fact who failed to respond with any defense whatever for her disproven assertions, but for retracting certain invalidated elements.

Yet she persists in the very same effort to retain concepts of a central bank and obfuscated interest/taxation upon posterity, which only obstructs us from real solution.

If the reader will digest my cited articles then, I suggest it will be obvious that Ms. Brown has never constructed a reasonable working model of her thesis; and that you will know this from any of the many critical questions which she fails here as well still to answer.

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18 Oct 2008, 12:55 pm

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No new posts MORE ON THE CONTROVERSY OF ELLEN HODGSON BROWN'S GLOBAL RESEARCH ARTICLE PRETENDING WORLD-WIDE MONETARY SOLUTION

Three days after I published my 30-year-old prescription (“If I Were President…”) for c) how to arrest world wide monetary collapse in a day; and d) how to establish real, sustainable economy in little longer, Global Research, a self described adversary to unassented globalization, published Ellen Hodgson Brown’s contrary proposition, essentially that taxation by interest is not even taxation; that this solves our problems; and that present events comprise a vital opportunity to do so now.

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20 Oct 2008, 2:06 pm

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No new posts BECAUSE HE HAS NO BETTER ANSWER, PAUL KRUGMAN, NOBEL LAUREATE, IRRESPONSIBLY CALLS FOR CONTINUED FISCAL IRRESPONSIBILITY

As I explain in “If I Were President…” (http://perfecteconomy.com/pg-if-i-were-president.html), how to arrest world wide monetary collapse in a day… the real solution here is to refinance all private debt under mathematically perfected economy™, where, as I have already explained in this page, the people will thus service their rectified debts on the scale of $1,000 per year or $83.33 per month for every $100,000 of debt against property having a hundred year lifespan.

Obviously then Mr. Krugman, without any irresponsible spending whatever, so much further liquidity would exist amongst us merely for eliminating unearned taking from the system, that we would not be losing our homes by the tens of thousands per day, we would not be losing our jobs. We would be employing ourselves far further; and we would readily accomplish the objects of programs you advocate require government aid, simply by eradicating the destruction and dispossession unassented government all the same while imposes upon us.


The propositions laid on the table by both parties of betrayal persist only in two courses to the same dire consequences. Mr. Obama hopes the accomplishments we would otherwise be capable of will succeed if we heap more artificial debt upon us. True to the recent even more destructive thrust of the usurpers, Mr. McCain advocates “privatization,” which is a pretentious veil over further unearned taking, which of course is the present curse of our republic.


The hope of the American People, and even the world then, rests on a distant possibility.

Whether these are just words, history will tell. But Mr. Obama asks us to believe not just in his ability to fix Washington — he asks us to believe in ours.

The only tangible thing on that table therefore, is that we can hold Mr. Obama accountable to his ostensible promise that given its own reign, our republic will choose the only road to solubility and sustainability.

That’s a pitiful chance at rectitude to bemuse, in a republic established by the likes of Mr. Jefferson.

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22 Oct 2008, 1:07 pm

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No new posts RESPONSE TO CONSTITUTION'S DEFENDERS FOR OBAMA POST

In other words, no private "federal" central bank can be endowed with a power above us to publish ultimately irredeemable promises to pay, particularly to take involuntary servitude from us, based on the unqualifiable proposition that the promises, which are our promises, and which the unassented "central bank" produces for nothing, constitute some ostensible risk to the unassented, intervening entity.

Yes, industry prospers particularly well on circulations which can sustain all conscientious development; but under usury, as Jefferson, Adams, Franklin, Jackson, Lincoln, McFadden, and many others told us... all that prosperity is soon swallowed up by the facade of justified "interest."

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23 Oct 2008, 11:08 am

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No new posts NEW YORK TIMES FALSELY PROMOTES A FACADE OF GREENSPAN HUMILITY

But the purported humility therefore is a lie. Greenspan isn't about to support rectifying the system of its inherent faults. On the contrary, while he feigns apology, he means to ensure the perpetuation of that unjust system. Every president since and including Gerald Ford was offered the opportunity and way to resolve these issues via mathematically perfected economy™. None answered, and particularly Mr. Greenspan, not only because they all knew then that they were wrong, but because despite being wrong, they intended instead to perpetuate the irreversible multiplication of that unearned taking.

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28 Oct 2008, 12:32 pm

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No new posts THROWING DOWN THE GAUNTLET ON THE GOLD STANDARD (AGAIN)

In the very same way, your understanding of interest is critical; and if the age we are seeing end has a purpose, that purpose is that you understand interest is usury, and that usury is a pattern which much like Kondratiev asserts, collapses every system of usury until we solve the simple fact usury is a process of inevitable collapse.

That’s why Kondratiev had a pattern to observe.

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28 Oct 2008, 3:18 pm

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No new posts MSNBC, WSJ, USUAL TALKING HEADS GET INTEREST, GREENSPAN WRONG AGAIN

Just days before "markets" approved further interest rate reductions by the private Federal Reserve, an MSNBC newscast largely blamed Alan Greenspan for the present credit crisis. The report blames Mr. Greenspan 1) for his support of deregulation; and 2) for suppressing interest rates for too long.

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06 Nov 2008, 4:03 pm

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No new posts OPEN LETTER TO THE OBAMA TRANSITION TEAM, RE: MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY™

You will not save our country by any means which perpetuates a purported economy which can only multiply debt in proportion to the obligated circulation. OPEN LETTER, published on many sites across the web, apprises how President Elect Barack Obama can prepare his administration to avert monetary collapse and establish mathematically perfected economy™ in a day.

First post (mike montagne) links to online article. Read the post; read the article; and discuss this proposition of transitioning to mathematically perfected economy™.

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07 Nov 2008, 12:54 pm

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No new posts EMAIL EXCHANGE WITH ANDREW GRAZIANO REGARDING SOLUTION

We will be helped by expansion; and I’m just responding in these few paragraphs to your one point. But let’s consider all the ramifications of how we expand, etc.:

Existent debt will continue to multiply debt in proportion to the circulation; so, unless we re-finance all debt under MPE, whatever further growth we engender by artificial help against this process (which expression itself tells you we need to solve the cause), the artificially helped growth will fail just as Clinton’s “greatest industrial expansion in modern history” failed.

1. So, we must re-finance all debt under MPE to sustain the benefit we are attempting to achieve.
2. We don’t need any such bailout under MPE, because MPE will just fund all the new small business as it needs funding.

But yes, then we can just let the “big banks” fail as the natural consequence of their process.

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11 Nov 2008, 11:31 am

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No new posts BASIC EFFECT OF MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY™ ON STOCK MARKETS

One of the facades we are forced to strive against is the unqualifiable proposition that money multiplies wealth.

By drawing the masses to the superficial allure of this false appeal, in fact their wealth is thus exposed to the most omnipotent means of exploitation, to which it is eventually lost. Accepting the lie even as a principle, and pitted against the escalated exploitation of a pretended monetary system which inherently multiplies debt at escalating rates, so the masses in turn engage in exploiting each other at escalating rates, for it is impractical either to out-exploit or so otherwise defeat privatization of pretended monetary systems, which of course are imposed for the very purpose of multiplying debt in proportion to the circulation, to our ever greater disadvantage, and ultimate ruin.

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12 Nov 2008, 1:10 pm

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No new posts WHY NOT NATIONALIZE THE PRIVATE FEDERAL RESERVE?

For many years, many people have asked, why not nationalize the so called Federal Reserve?

The principle fault of this notion is that nationalizing the pretended public institution would not eradicate its principal fault.

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12 Nov 2008, 3:17 pm

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No new posts WHY FOLLOWING BILL CLINTON WILL BE OBAMA’S ROAD TO FAILURE (TOO)

The president-elect hopes to create millions of jobs. How are we going to sustain those jobs which we already cannot afford to sustain, saddled with all the further debt which will be incurred?

Even if we could sustain them for some while, further, perpetual, escalating multiplication of debt would soon swallow up any ostensible benefit.

He hopes to create those jobs by expediting technology we already have, to become energy independent. But the only real reason we cannot implement that technology is we are saddled with so much debt already.

So if our new President follows in Mr. Clinton’s footsteps, Mr. Obama can only succeed if we can afford that technology we already have, at considerable delay, and at the further cost to the public that short-sighted course condemns us to.

So how do we get there from here?

The answer has been here for 30 years; and in fact the powers that have been have only worked to keep it from you: mathematically perfected economy™ makes all these things possible immediately, and without cost, simply by eliminating the unearned takings which the people Mr. Obama is installing in his cabinet are so accustomed to.

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12 Nov 2008, 4:35 pm

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No new posts MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY™ AND GLOBAL WARMING

So, Mr. [politician’s name], I tell you that if you are not ready to advocate mathematically perfected economy™, the fact of what we cannot afford to do already demonstrates you are neglecting a key piece.

Promote mathematically perfected economy™ on the other hand, and we *will* succeed in everything we can and should succeed in, because only mathematically perfected economy™ can and will sustain our capabilities.

After all, we are faced with the artificial specter of world-wide monetary failure, while we *will* remain as capable and willing to render production from available resources as we were the day before the curtain fell — and you’re the very people dropping the curtain.

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13 Nov 2008, 2:16 pm

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No new posts MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2008 APPEAL TO OBAMA TRANSITION TEAM

I am afraid your Economic Policy Team “may be” purposely obstructing my efforts to propose absolute, immediate monetary solution directly to you; and to establish a record indicating whether you yourself concur in evading that proposition, I write you once again, still actually hoping for a genuine answer. I hope then that whomever receives this attempt on your behalf, will be so thoughtful as to submit it directly to your evaluation.

The people you are appointing, ostensibly to right an inherently flawed fundamental process, will never do so, because they are the very principals of a system which not only exploits our country (as we certainly see), but because in perpetuation their intended graft, they perpetuate a process which inherently exploits its subjects to an ever escalating, inherently terminal degree (as we also see).

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17 Nov 2008, 2:42 pm

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No new posts RE: REUTERS — OBAMA SAYS AIDING ECONOMY TRUMPS BUDGET DEFECIT

Thus it is in these final stages of the finite lifespan of every such system that the replenishing aspect cannot be performed to the equivalent of the deflationary aspect. Why not? Because, to maintain the circulation to that point in the lifespan, we have borrowed so much that the sum of debt already taxes us to our limits.

Obama and his “consensus” of exploitation are hoping instead that imposing further debt upon you will serve you. But at the brink of failure under already terminal sums of debt, you either rectify the system, or you suffer collapse.

Transforming the present system into mathematically perfected economy™ on the other hand will a) cost us nothing; b) apply interest paid so far against principal (vastly reducing the sum of debt); c) refinance all debt without interest and to a schedule of payment equal to the rate of depreciation/consumption (reducing payments against existent debt approximately 12 fold, and eliminating inflation/deflation); and d) make illimitable funding available to sustain further industry, versus continuing the expatriation and destruction of existing industry.

The only question is rhetorical: whether our true power to rectify Washington still exists.

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17 Nov 2008, 5:35 pm

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No new posts ARE AMERICANS LEGALLY LIABLE TO PAY FOR THIS CRIME AGAINST THEM?

Are Americans legally liable then to pay for this crime against us?

Absolutely not. Look around you. The criminals are now forced to work in plain view; they regularly are apprised of their crime; fifty or a hundred copies of the solution are sitting in the President-elect’s databases; and so, only by evasion in broad daylight, do the perpetrators hope to perpetuate their exploitation of the people, even as the crime is terminal.

But not only are Americans and the rest of the world *not* legally or rightfully liable to pay for the crimes against them; it is mathematically impossible for them to service the further costs of the crime, because the whole event of failure is engender by the crime having already multiplied artificial debts beyond their possible means.

The reason the perpetrators greet mathematically perfected economy™ with evasion, is they already know the fact of their crime. It is “the banks” who have dispossessed us of so much wealth that we have produced and paid for, who should have to be paying the people of the world for all the damages they have inflicted upon us.

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18 Nov 2008, 6:59 pm

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No new posts PAULSON INADVERTENTLY CONFESSES FATAL FAULT OF MONETARY SYSTEM

What kind of people so negligently lay idle, while the very prospect of sustainable industry is artificially destroyed, leaving them jobless, homeless, and saddled with vast, insoluble sums of debt, heaped upon them so that they might only hope to own their own production?

What great people particularly, would allow themselves to be dispossessed of their own industrial means, to suffer a wholly artificial, potential world-wide monetary failure, while they remain capable and willing as ever to incorporate resources into production?

Paulson himself is about to tell us.

He says, “The key to turning around the housing situation and avoiding foreclosures is going to be to keep lending going.”

Now why would that be, Mr. Paulson?

Do you mean to tell us that your brand of “lending” necessarily ever greater quantities of *our* promises to pay *each other* to us, is what’s going to save us?

Only if the people of the world will never wake, Paulson.

You just exposed the crux of the lie. Here, all these people of the world falling under you wee hammer, are expected *by you* to survive by assuming yet further debt; and you yourself point out that’s the only way you can conceive *the system* can be extended.

But your system is the very thing which has already multiplied the sum of debt beyond us; and so too, your system is the very thing which, just as you have said, can only multiply debt further.

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18 Nov 2008, 5:58 pm

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No new posts RESPONSE TO CATHERINE AUSTIN FITTS' FINE BLOG ON THE G-20 SUMMIT

But the missing link I raise is solution. In other words, unless we ascertain cause, we cannot resolve whatever process is responsible for effect. These models or their related thesis therefore comprise the real, underlying cause (versus myriad consequences).

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20 Nov 2008, 1:50 pm

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No new posts CURSORY RESPONSE TO ZEITGEIST ADDENDUM

The pseudo-scientific Zeitgeist drama of course is no more than an eleventh-hour, pretended entry into the monetary reform arena.

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05 Dec 2008, 2:05 pm

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No new posts NYT — FED CUTS KEY RATE TO RECORD LOW, VALIDATES MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY™

Why then does the so called Federal Reserve, which is not even an authorized branch of government, not save "the economy" to the full degree that is possible?

The so called federal reserve does not save "the economy" to the full degree that is possible, because it is strictly a parasite, the purpose of which has always been and will always be to prey upon "the economy" to the fullest degree possible.

As surely as its recent actions validate mathematically perfected economy™ then, nonetheless, the parasite will resume its taking as soon as its subject shows sufficient signs of life — marginalizing the host as it always has and always will.

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15 Apr 2009, 12:50 pm

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No new posts MIKE MONTAGNE REBUTS HYPERINFLATION AS A CAUSE OF AN INEVITABLE, SECOND GREAT DEPRESSION

The idea of national or world-wide monetary failure as a consequence of some ostensible, dramatic manifestation of inflation, conflicts with an eleventh hour, ever growing array of further assertions, submitted likewise without conclusive argument. The conditions we are presently combating, and which are the cause of the mounting failure, on the contrary embody a scarcity of circulation respective to a growing sum of debt, with the resultant collapse being a consequence of a resultant inability to service debt.

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21 Dec 2008, 4:24 pm

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No new posts RESPONSE TO ELLEN HODGSON BROWN'S CLAIM TO ANSWER TO THE CONTROVERSY

Not only have you not answered the questions then... the injustices of your system impose greater complication than mathematically perfected economy™.

The difference is not that your proposition is less complicated. The difference is, you don't account for the further complications, by the simplest answer to all the requisites of a just implementation. The difference is, you don't provide accountable arguments. You just fire off your idea, without ever establishing even to yourself, that it solves the things you pretend to solve.

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23 Dec 2008, 10:14 am

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No new posts mike montagne RESPONDS TO OpEd NEWS ARTICLE APPEALING FOR UNQUALIFIED "REGULATION"

So mathematically perfected economy™ requires no regulation whatever...

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While 12,000 homes a day continue to go into foreclosure, mathematically perfected economy™ would re-finance a $100,000 home with a hundred-year lifespan at the overall rate of $1,000 per year or $83.33 per month. Without costing us anything, we would immediately become as much as 12 times as liquid on present revenue. Transitioning to MPE™ would apply all payments already made against existent debt toward principal. Many of us would be debt free. There would be no housing crisis, no credit crisis. Unlimited funding would immediately be available to sustain all the industry we are capable of.

There is no other solution. Regulation can only temper an inherently terminal process.

If you are not promoting mathematically perfected economy™, then you condemn us to monetary failure.



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