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.

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 Post subject: Ron Paul on FoX - right on geopolitics but left on money
PostPosted: 25 Feb 2009, 12:25 am 

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Ron Paul & Supporters - Qualify the Gold Standard! Prove that monetary system build on Gold Standard can & will be sustainable!

The Bank Charter Act of 1844 -Hansard (LXXIV [3d Ser.], 720-54)

The Bank of England Charter Act of 1844 = The Fed re-Serve Act of 1913

The Bank Charter Act of 1844 -Hansard (LXXIV [3d Ser.], 720-54) wrote:
On 6 May 1844 the House of Commons, on the motion of Sir Robert Peel, resolved itself into a committee on the Bank of England Charter Act. As a basis for this exposition of orthodox monetary theory Peel and his listeners could go back to the arrangement which existed between the nation and the Bank of England from the establishment of the bank in 1694. In the early part of the eighteenth century a law had forbidden any association having more than six partners to carry on banking but laws of the early nineteenth century had permitted creation of joint stock banks, such banks possessing the right to issue bank notes subject to legislative restrictions. Joint-stock banks increased tremendously in their own numbers and in the amount of paper money which they caused to circulate. Speculations in the form of new companies became rampant, fears were expressed on the part of economists concerning the stability of business, while export of gold for ventures in the United States assisted to effect a decline of bullion in the Bank of England; a resulting recession in England and a depression in America gave the opportunity to Peel to show patently his distrust of a system that allowed quantities of paper money to be issued on no adequate basis of bullion. His own plans are clearly expressed in the latter part of his speech. ......"

...."There is a standard & there is an unit which is the measure of value, & that unit is the interest of £33 6s. 8d. at 3 per cent, that being £1, & being paid in a Bank-note as money of account." The last definition of the standard of value which I shall quote is this: - "The standard is neither gold nor silver, but it is something set up in the imagination, to be regulated by public opinion." ...
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Ron Paul on a possible global "New Deal" Glenn Beck
Tuesday, February 24th, 2009
Dr. Paul was interviewed concerning a possible global "New Deal" on Glenn Beck's Fox News.

Vidoe thread:http://www.youtube.com/user/crakaaah/

What happens when Mathematically Perfected Economy becomes the law of the land?

MS Note:
Dr Paul did not indicate when this "global New Deal" might take place.
No sooner then on G-20 Summit - in the City - in the City of London in United Kingdom.

mm wrote:
As our next page, "PROBABILITY AND TIMELINE FOR WORLD-WIDE ECONOMIC COLLAPSE AS A CONSEQUENCE OF INTEREST", more substantially addresses the projections of said models, I will only inject the proposition here that the models have accurately projected from the early 1980s the very accumulation of debt to this moment; that they projected that national debt would triple under Reagan; and that they project a general practical lifespan for the present system of usury to approximately 2010 AD.

So as my models projected... as Reagan's programs inherently tripled the debt of the entire previous history of our nation and the United States descended from "the greatest creditor nation" in the world to its lowliest debtor, Reagan required Stockman to revise the formulas which formerly expressed the vitality we could no longer sustain in an obvious attempt to disguise the failure. Stockman evidently wasn't entirely pleased with that duty; it's said that Reagan then took Stockman "to the wood shed"; but Ronald Reagan never tried me on for size. You know the rest of the story.

My certified delivery receipt from Jimmy Carter was not returned for 6 months.

MS note: The trouble of Ron Paul's monetary policy platform is that his economic advocates, his policy creating due diligence think-tank do not present neutral point of view, but are rather stock up on both the Gold Standard & Austrian School of Economic Thought that both of those failed before World War One.

mm wrote:
Thursday, March 27, 2008

The trouble is, Ron Paul doesn't have the answer.

We can readily prove that; and we can readily prove what the answer is.

Most of us thought that Ron Paul's long term integrity would find the answer, or be open to the answer, or would receive the answer laid on his doorstep. But in the true mold of Austrian "economists," evidently he disdains math and mathematical solution, even as they are indispensable both to finding and to demonstrating our way.

People have been jumping up and down for more than 200 years in this country over the controversy between usury (usury, i.e., interest paid on loan or debt) and free enterprise. Those two mutually exclusive things are what we're really dealing with here.

MS Note: The usury or interest paid on loan or debt makes irony out of free enterprise.

The founders hoped to perfect economy, and tried to perfect economy. Jefferson particularly realized that they had fallen short of that vital goal, and so he pointed to the monetary defects of the Constitution in such a way that we were to realize the answer to monetary perfection laid not in the Constitution, but in our responsibility to achieve a future perfection before it was too late.

To his great credit, and like many others, Jefferson realized that usury comprised the most dangerous power to usurp the country.

What Ron Paul and his followers do not understand is that a process which multiplies debt *in proportion* to our means or capacity to service debt, inherently imposes the culminating events we now face. Thus to jump up and down and shout "inflation," or a return to Constitutionality is not even to engage in fruitful dialog regarding real solution.

The *only* thing which can truly save us is a proof of solution. If we can't deal with simple mathematic problems by proof of solution, there isn't even any reason to take encouragement then from Fox News' prospective awakening [regarding the forwarded material's urging that Fox revisit Ron Paul's advocations].

Few Americans understand what caused the first Great Depression. Fewer still can put their finger on a singular prescription which would have avoided not just the ultimate consequence of the First Great Depression, but even every minute degree of inequity which, having inevitably accumulated over the first mere 15 years of the so called Federal Reserve System, could *only* result in an event which again we are approaching at a like, inherently escalating rate.

There are nonetheless the most concrete reasons these things happen as they do; and if we are not ready ourselves to face those reasons, there is no hope for us.

It is easy now to predict another world-wide Depression, for it almost seems that no one can answer for the sums of artificial debt which continue to multiply at inherently escalating rates. But someone has answered; and who has heard them?

It is easy too to look at our fellow citizens and see that they and their run amuck government haven't the least disposition to solve their problems, for the answers are simple, and sitting right in front of their faces. It is for their own iniquities that we are not solving the simple issues which threaten or even ensure our destruction.

But let's face it. So it is too for a candidate who only jumped up and down shouting about *some* of the consequences of this mal-designed system — and who never once has burrowed for us into the necessarily exhaustive, mechanical explanation which would convey to us a *true* understanding of solution.

The Government is set to throw out the 165-year old law that obliges the Bank to publish a weekly account of its balance sheet - a move that will allow it theoretically to embark covertly on so-called quantitative easing.


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 Post subject: Re: Ron Paul on FoX - right on geopolitics but left on money
PostPosted: 15 Apr 2009, 4:00 pm 
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The 6th chapter of our new video raises basic faults of the propositions of Ron Paul advocates:


We come around to these again in the closing Chapter 10 — exposing Hayek's reasoning for a central bank straight from the horse's mouth (*an extremely profitable business*). Ron Paul won't debate solution with us — he's refused to do so for several decades. One of our supporters met Mr. Paul (as did you) in the mid 70s, when the doctor was taking an interest in the Austrian pseudo science... and tells me Mr. Paul didn't understand economy then, and hasn't learned anything since.

So it's not curious that nowhere is mathematically perfected economy™ more viciously assaulted than in Austrian circles and Daily Paul, where Victor Aquilar (who has joined this forum under false names only to spam us) claims the idea is dangerous because no one would rent — it would be the end of a rentier class.

Now there's monetary reform that will preserve "free enterprise" — keeping us in homes costing us thousands per month which could instead cost us $83/yr, all for the sake of slum lords and every other means of dispossession.

Solution is covered in Chapter 8 of the video; and the curious thing is while that wee chapter demonstrates solution of every complaint Dr. No has ever raised... the fact is he's still not only on the side of retaining banks... but maintaining elevated rates of interest.

How yet, all the while, are we injured by eradicating exploitation thru a privatized currency so that we can pay for each others' production with no more than an equal measure of our own — or $83/month for a $100,000 home with a 100-yr lifespan?



"When the freedom they wished for most was the freedom from responsibility, then Athens ceased to be free, and never was free again."

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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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