PEOPLE For  Mathematically Perfected Economy™ (PFMPE™)  :  mathematically perfected economy™ (MPE™) is the singular integral solution to 1) inflation and deflation, 2) systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property, and 3) inherent, irreversible multiplication of debt in proportion to a vital circulation, engendering inevitable systemic failure at a finite system lifespan defined by an inevitable, terminal sum of insoluble debt. Mathematically Perfected Economy™ is every prospective debtor's right to issue their promise to pay, free of extrinsic manipulation, adulteration, or exploitation of that promise, or the natural opportunity to make good on it.

MORPHALLAXIS, January 14, 1979.


Kondratiev Wave

What's interesting first to me about the Kondratiev Wave is that (at least as far as I am aware) its projection is not a product of identifying underlying cause. If it were based on an understanding of causative process, surely Nikolai Kondratiev's work would recognize not that the cycle of the Long Wave's prosperity and collapse would be of a relatively uniform length, but instead, as the waves of the sea are shaped uniquely by explicit applied forces, that the length of his Long Wave is the very explicit and exacting duration projected from the calculations I provided President Reagan.

What is further interesting to me is that it plays such a role in the dialog and interaction of so many "economists," who for one reason or another are bent not on determining explicit cause for a pattern which may barely fit its theory, but instead prefer to discuss its potential relevance otherwise.

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.

mike montagne

Monday, August 4, 2008


Recent Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis data chart of Non Borrowed Reserves of Depository Institutions (banks) over the course of the so-called Federal Reserve System.

Recent (April 1, 2008) Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis data shows a course of decline beginning with the false DOT-COM boom of Bill Clinton's transparent pride.

Non Borrowed Reserves of Depository Institutions (banks) however begin to drop dramatically in the last quarter of 2007. In just the last few months, owned reserves drop not only for the first time ever to zero, but plummet to negative values far exceeding what owned reserves were ever positive in the whole history of the data.

Banks don't even own the reserves they're supposed to keep on hand for their depositors?

It may not take a genius to deduce that such exceedingly negative non-borrowed reserves figures are bad news for the depositors of "depository institutions," but who allowed them not to have to own the reserves they were to hold to preserve the sanctity of savings, and where but further down a steeper slope can a country slip from here, when in fact it is subject to a monetary system intended to gut every nation's industry by further escalating, inherent multiplication of debt?

While the obvious extension of the graph answers that question, it asks more important ones.

Why is your criminal representative government not only sitting on its hands while a process which can only multiply debt destroys your country? Why is that enmical servant of usury now on the verge of selling vast assets you have already paid for, to make up the difference?

If you were selling your home, hoping to stay in it by offering it to predators seeking to make further profit from its ownership above the present obligations of usury; and if that only meant that staying in that home would be more expensive to you; if we are already compelled by usury to pay lifetime after lifetime for homes we produced by but a few months work; and if you were already on the verge of homelessness... would the prospect of selling your home to suffer greater costs of housing not be a most disturbing proposition?

Only months ago, Jim Jones asserted Ben Bernanke planned to collect rent. Evidently so.

Not just on our homes, but on government itself, and all the public infrastructures, which too, owing to the unassented "financial" system, we have already paid for many times over.

Headlines now read, "Global Food Crisis Looms as Corporations Seize Control of Commodities." "Amid growing signs of famine and outrage, the entire chain of commodities and resources of the world are now being cornered by giant corporations." "The trend is set to pick up speed given worsening budget deficits in state capitals and city halls nationwide." "It will also be welcomed by Wall Street bankers hoping to help create and market so-called 'infrastructure' transactions at a time many debt markets remain paralyzed, and after major U.S. stock indexes fell into bear market territory."

"Giant corporations" which take their wealth by what?

Why should you think obstruction, or at best, perpetual marginalization, will not be the consequence of now forfeiting all our infrastructures to unearned profit, that we pay for them yet again and again in perpetuity to a handful of scum who steal and ruin nations and the hard fought rights of mankind in this way?

Only the most dull and irresponsible, or those who themselves are on the unearned take, cannot be incensed by these foreseeable developments. The ownership of all these things we produced, and the perpetual taking of unearned profit from every orifice of society, is the inevitable consequence of giving up your currency to a process which can only multiply vast unearned profit to a few, by inherent multiplication of indebtedness. Publishing all the money without cost, and subjecting it to a process which requires the subjects of the unassented system to pay again and again, multiples of the original publication, can only give all possible power and leverage to own all our production to a few who believe they should have all we can produce for merely deceiving us and subverting representation, hopefully forever.

The question therefore pretended now, whether we "may" or "may not" be entering into a recession, is a transparent facade, played to the implausible theme that debt perpetually multiplied in proportion to industry is natural, and that a natural economy fails for nothing but artificial, perpetual, ever escalating multiplication of debt, always simply to bounce back like a yo-yo which has no natural behavior in and of itself, outside of its manipulator.

In fact however, a force which vanishes our industry the whole while, spins down, down, down, until even beyond the powers of its manipulator, it breaks its string, and careens to a complete death in the course of which it has destroyed all credit-worthiness — never to be restored to life until (in the usual prior pattern which followed the First Great Depression), its manipulators give the irreversible process a new string, that the taking can resume. An irreversible process of multiplication of debt in proportion to the circulation is terminal, even beyond the powers of manipulators.

In the quest to forever deprive you of the simple understanding of inherent, irreversible multiplication of debt you would never assent to, even false booms are meant to deceive you the whole while real industry is vanished.

Like homes, the false booms you are fed to encourage you that you benefit from usury are measured in ever greater cost in proportion to earnings. Yet of course, ever escalating cost in proportion even to potential earnings is decidedly not an advantage; it's an ever more crippling and ultimately terminal disadvantage, given tangible form only in the fact "booms" are only fueled by further debt, which can only multiply at inherently escalating rates into yet perpetual further debt.

And so to the greater peril of rectitude, the first players on the Monopoly Board squeal in delight as their own children's homes are priced beyond them, as quality fades to a distant memory, as two and more and yet more bread winners are required to maintain a "household" which has already been paid for many times over, as children are raised away from their parents, as families are inherently broken by usury, and as we pay lifetime after lifetime for our own production to mere thieves who produce nothing and consider themselves the greater for it.

Seeing only to its own unjustified needs by its own unjustified profit, and not even paying the debts it will leave eternity, Monopoly's generation thus claims it cannot see a recession.

But even so, if what you see here cannot only chart a course far below recession, what exactly is the hope of recovery?

Who or what is left that can borrow sufficient currency to maintain a vital circulation? Where are we headed without a real solution?

Where are Monopoly's children going to hide when all the artificial props finally fail?

How long will the course of the data provided even by the St. Louis branch of the so called Federal Reserve take to play out?

What politician are you going to turn to, when not one of them will even hear solution?

Governors are holding emergency meetings now to sell the roads you built and you paid for.

Rather than fix or address or even admit the real problem, because they can do all this at profit, they're going to sell *your* very infrastructures to meet mounting budget deficits which can only multiply further under a system which can only multiply debt into collapse.

To use the roads, the airports, the bridges which you have already paid for, and while your own financial condition is already stressed beyond its potential limits because in fact you are unable to pay the artificially multiplied, perpetual costs of the infrastructures we produced... rather than solve the problem, usury's governors are going to commit you not only to pay again for the infrastructures you have already paid for... but you're going to have to pay ever more than you already are, to use them as well.

That's an Emperor's Robe if there ever was one; and only fools will applaud it, or watch in apathy as the rest of all things you can hold dear are destroyed by an abomination which can only desolate you.

Even Monopoly's generation will soon have its pockets emptied. Those pockets in fact would already be worse than bare, if Monopoly's generation were compelled to pay the debts it expects to delight in leaving its own progeny.

A President or Congressman or Mayor or Councilman or Governor who would serve you, would satisfy the debts which have been artificially multiplied upon you with a piece of paper — a like irredeemable promise to pay.

All these things are long term consequences of a system which can only multiply debt in proportion to a circulation. But you are told we may or may not be heading into a recession because false representatives cannot even hope to control masses, police, and a military whom have an interest in the rights of humanity, and whom come to know the usurpation and all the further ramifications of usury.

The America coming down around your ears right now was never the design of the founding fathers, or a product of anyone who ever defended freedom, or justice.

You live under usurpers, who intended from the beginning to gut yours, and every other possible nation. Under usurped representation, manned by the shills of usury, what you have before you is the shape of a Depression because your pretended representatives are across their breadth dedicated to retaining usury; to never being held accountable for sustaining usury; to denying you solution; and thus to sustaining the irreversible course of a process which can only multiply indebtedness into the terminal sums of debt everywhere around you.

They say people change quickly when they go hungry; when they lose their homes; when they realize "their own government" is the steward of their desolation.

But "they" don't say much about a people who forego solution to suffer their demise, because there isn't much to say about such a people.


So let us revisit the data. What does the course before you look like just two months later?

CLICK HERE for CURRENT Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Series: BOGNONBR, Non-Borrowed Reserves of Depository Institutions data.

It looks indeed like Humpty Dumpty fell off a wall.

But even if we talk about rescinding the so called Federal Reserve, neither gold or silver will save us, or sustain the commerce we are capable of.

Likewise, retention of interest, or even coexistence with interest — any commitment to the interest-bearing monetary obligations of the present — will only continue to multiply debt upon you, ensuring your demise.

No solution whatever but immediate adoption of mathematically perfected economy™ resolves your present sum of insoluble debt, or the damages we have suffered under usury.

Where then are you headed America, under the leadership you have in mind?

Every corner of the land of the TV addict and home of video surreality is this very moment being gutted to the last nickel right under your noses, and you still aren't ready to lift a finger to save yourselves.

But the time to settle for nothing but absolute solution is now; the end of this destruction is nigh; and no one who fails to stand for nothing but absolute solution can prove a patriotism to either their fellows, their past, their posterity, or the eternal, universal purposes of humanity which too often, without due challenge or question, they yet so readily pretend to champion.



"To find the players in all the corruption of the world, 'Follow the money.' To find the captains of world corruption, follow the money all the way."

mike montagne — founder, PEOPLE For Mathematically Perfected Economy™, author/engineer of mathematically perfected economy™ (1979)

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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