Help Me With My Project to Expose and Replace Global Monetary Ponzi Scheme

May 27, 2009

I am working on unraveling the unbelievable global monetary ponzi scheme. What I am uncovering is basically the real cause for all of the major military conflicts, and all of the economic displacement that has occurred for the last 100 years. It has led to the consolidation of all wealth and power in the hands of a very small number of people. This is not a conspiracy theory. This is all based on official documents.

These documents are literally the most chilling material I have ever read in my life.

Until we understand how this scheme works, we cannot hope to bring financial stability, to America, or to the rest of the world. We also cannot hope for peace or effective diplomacy.

If we do understand, then we can fix the economic problems with relative ease. Relative, that is, to the incredible Hell we are about to go through if we allow the financial elite to plot the course of our future for us.

3 Responses to Help Me With My Project to Expose and Replace Global Monetary Ponzi Scheme

  1. Neri on November 26, 2014 at 5:41 pm

    It is because there is no real alinerattve. It is simply not going to happen in the real world. It is not my idea, my proposal or my choice it is simply a rational analysis of the global dynamic.The only solution is energy technology with lower costs market transformative technologies. Now you may not believe that is possible many don’t but if not we will do the full atmospheric experiment. In Australia we are debating’ a carb0n tax at a price that doesn’t pay for substitution, half goes back to consumers, 30% goes to trade exposed industry’, and the rest is spent on carbon farming. Oh please. Why not just spend the 20% on carbon farming about $2B another $2B on R&D and $7B on focused aid? It is because of the tragedy of the human condition the one where most people are idiots.

  2. Pamela on March 9, 2015 at 5:48 pm

    Bart R-In regards to descoiins regarding global CO2 emissions I suggest that another question needs to be asked and that is- What is the probability that actions can and will be implemented that will result in CO2 levels being “X” by year “Y”.People in the United States will have a tendency (imo) to reject providing funding to other nations to help them to implement a project to reduce CO2 emissions. This is especially true with the nation’s budget situation and it is going to become especially true once the government starts actually cutting spending.For the 70% + of the world who’s CO2 emissions will be going up (vs. the US going down both on a per capita basis and in total) what is the likelihood that of them lowering or delaying their development?

  3. Odi on April 11, 2015 at 6:44 pm

    I feel a positively Rebelasian isionratipn coming on but just before riotously casting off all impediments preparatory to making the two backed beast on top of the bar I wan’t to address 1 point. The true concern of economics is in the making of widgits. The true wealth of nations comes from the lowest cost production of widgits it cannot be otherwise. One cannot artificially increase the production cost of widgits without diminishing the entire economy the developing world doesn’t need that. We must remember in economics as in literature that no widgit is an island entire of itself. Now for the rompy pompy, the igeley pigeley, the happenstance rhumba, the Charlie’s chutzpah, the tiger’s falling, the down home alligator boogy

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