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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.

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Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

Musing about the ramifications of the present market collapse, Lou asked his panel if any of them thought any of the present candidates might come up with a real vision, a new way of doing things that would put our house in order.

In any case, his panel shook their heads, no. Ron Paul doesn’t qualify, because his return to the gold standard is impotent to eliminate further multiplication of debt by interest. All the other candidates aren’t even looking in the right direction.

Lou’s panel just shrugged and shook their heads. One mused that he hoped someone would rise to the occasion. Another claimed that he was waiting for someone to come up with a rhetoric that matters.

No, you’re not. Because the vision that matters means an end to all “experts” like you — the kind who don’t have the answers.

RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT.

It’s hard to say whether CNN’s Lou Dobbs really intends to find what he appeared to be looking for tonight.

Musing about the ramifications of the present market collapse, Lou asked his panel if any of them thought any of the present candidates might come up with a real vision, a new way of doing things that would put our house in order.

Why does Lou always ask “market” “experts” — the very people who are proponents of the problem?

In any case, his panel shook their heads, no. Ron Paul doesn’t qualify, because his return to the gold standard is impotent to eliminate further multiplication of debt by interest. All the other candidates aren’t even looking in the right direction. Paul is the man, if his camp can recognize mathematically perfected economy™, but I’m not hearing a word from them. They don’t answer calls. They don’t write back.

The other candidates?

If the next four years involves any of them in the driver’s seat, you can kiss your hind quarters good-bye.

Lou’s panel just shrugged and shook their heads. One mused that he hoped someone would rise to the occasion. Another claimed that he was waiting for someone to come up with a rhetoric that matters.

No, you’re not. Because the vision that matters means an end to all “experts” like you — the kind who don’t have the answers.

So Lou, do you mean you can disprove mathematically perfected economy™? Or how many times to I have to email you?

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Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

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

The problem before us is the nature of the currency. The present circulation is a privatized currency, intended from its very inception to take unearned profit.

That’s a lot more than two minutes. Who can get this message to him but you, whoever you are?

RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT.

A DAILY PAUL FORUM THREAD ASKS, If You Had Rp’s Ear For 2 Minutes Before The Upcoming Debate…

Two minutes is precious little, but here’s my shot…

I would tell him that circulation (”printing money”) is not “bad”; it’s the nature of the money which engenders demise. After all, if money were only representative of prosperity (which is its general intention), is it not the mark of a prosperous society then that it be necessary to issue so much circulation as can sustain their great prosperity?

How are we to sustain commerce with an insufficient circulation?

The problem before us is the nature of the currency. The present circulation is a privatized currency, intended from its very inception to take unearned profit.

The answer to the age-old riddle why we are at the brink of economic failure is simple. It is impossible to maintain a circulation without multiplying debt in proportion to the circulation, because the profit-taking process of the currency requires us to re-borrow whatever we pay against principal and interest obligations. Thus it is mathematically impossible to pay down the sum of debt, because whatever we pay against principal must be re-borrowed as a new debt, equal to the old.

But what we pay against interest therefore is re-borrowed as new debt, and thus the sum of debt perpetually increases so much as periodic interest on an ever greater sum of debt, until ultimately we can no longer afford to service debt.

That day sir, is upon us; and no return to the gold standard can save us from that day, unless we eradicate interest.

There is one and one only prescription to solve inflation, deflation, intrinsic (systemic) manipulation of the value or cost of money or property, and inherent, irreversible multiplication of debt.

That is to loan our money into circulation as a new debt, free of interest, and secured by the property itself. The latter virtue, in conjunction with the other respects, eliminates the ostensible need for a monetary standard, and provides for necessary circulations above and beyond finite monetary reserves (which therefore are redundant).

By paying these debts at the rate of consumption or depreciation of the related asset (which rates are equivalent), we solve inflation and deflation. The money has a consistent value, because the circulation always equals the depreciated remaining value of all related assets. There is no multiplication of debt, because we the people have taken charge of issuing our own evidences of our debts, without cost. There is no multiplication of debt or inevitable collapse under insoluble debt, because we have eliminated interest, which is the process which multiplies debt.

There is no systemic manipulation of the value or cost of money or property, because the relationships between all are constant, and because all of the money can be dedicated to servicing our debts (versus multiplying interest obligations).

How does this work sir?

If you were to buy a $100,000 home with a hundred year lifespan, you would pay your debt off at the overall rate of $1,000 per year or $83.33 per month.

How much homelessness or foreclosure would we be threatened with then, sir?

How do we immediately convert a privatized currency such as has been imposed upon us into mathematically perfected economy?

We refinance all debt without interest and subject to such schedules of payment — freeing approximately 11/12 of the current earnings of all employed people to sustain further commerce. We loan mathematically perfected economy’s circulation to restore our industry. Even college students could immediately afford new homes.

Money is not bad, sir. The money we have been subject to is an irreversibly multiplying liability. That’s its fault; and that fault is an intended one.

But money is not bad sir, if it is the circulation of mathematically perfected economy.

FINAL REMARKS TO FORUM QUESTION

I haven’t put the stop-watch on that, but that’s my 2 minutes’ worth.

BTW, if all of us got behind this issue, mathematically perfected economy would put Ron Paul in the White House. The gold standard cannot save us. Thomas Jefferson knew that. He meant for us to understand that.

Google “parable of perfect economy” to read my further papers on the limitations and liabilities of precious metal monetary standards, Austrian School economics, and so forth. BTW, Austrian School philosophies themselves don’t even pretend to solve the ramifications of interest. In fact they condone interest — and that means our candidate must master this issue in the next few days.

That’s a lot more than two minutes. Who can get this message to him but you, whoever you are?

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Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

Representative government is a target of corruption. As in all things, if you want to fix where something is leaking from an intended container, you seal the ways it can leak.

There is much talk about sound money now, particularly with the Ron Paul Revolution. This is a good thing; and if anything it is a sad thing that America has waited for the eleventh hour for this discussion.

But we aren’t having the discussion; we’re just mentioning the proposition of sound money.

Can it be a return to the gold standard, if this precludes issuing the money we need to sustain commerce far exceeding monetary reserves? Is it a privatized currency such as we have now, which can only multiply debt in proportion to the circulation as we re-borrow whatever we pay against principal and interest as subsequent debts, increased so much as periodic interest?

These questions are the real measure of sound money.

You see, we have a horrific fundamental problem with the nature of the present privatized currency. It can only multiply debt into collapse.

RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT.

CNN’s Jack Cafferty asks for User Comments on the question, “Pork spending, will it ever end?”

Pork spending isn’t a unique issue. Representative government is a target of corruption. As in all things, if you want to fix where something is leaking from an intended container, you seal the ways it can leak.

It’s a simple matter then to eliminate pork spending.

  1. Many pork bills are attached as riders to other measures. Seal this by limiting bills to a single issue.
  2. The costs of pork bills are hidden or made ambiguous by an equally iniquitous tax infrastructure. Seal this by directly linking taxes to the measure and by imposing the costs only on those who benefit from the measure and opt into partaking of those ostensible benefits.
  3. Finally, many pork bills would never pass public approval. It’s time to give the people final say in what the government does, for this alone would drop the hammer on government corruption.

One other point:

As Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and many others of a more principled era well explained, representative government has no implied or explicit authority to borrow money at interest to finance its affairs. Much of the costs of government can be eliminated by truly sound monetary policy.

There is much talk about sound money now, particularly with the Ron Paul Revolution. This is a good thing; and if anything it is a sad thing that America has waited for the eleventh hour for this discussion.

But we aren’t having the discussion; we’re just mentioning the proposition of sound money.

Can it be a return to the gold standard, if this precludes issuing the money we need to sustain commerce far exceeding monetary reserves? Is it a privatized currency such as we have now, which can only multiply debt in proportion to the circulation as we re-borrow whatever we pay against principal and interest as subsequent debts, increased so much as periodic interest?

These questions are the real measure of sound money.

Google “Parable of Perfect Economy” if you want to understand sound money. But let’s have the debate. Let’s bring all the candidates together from both sides of the aisle, and let’s subject them to the people’s questions, that we can find which candidate might serve us as the present privatized currency plunders the last cent from us.

After promoting Hillary Clinton and Barrack Obama Cafferty Also Asks, Is The U.S. Ready For Woman Or Black President?

America is ready for any candidate, but the fact is the two you’re encouraging interest in haven’t the slightest idea how to solve our “economic” issues. Neither do the American people.

You can fix that. Here’s a question for you to ask all of them:

How is it possible to maintain a circulation subject to interest without multiplying debt into the impending collapse, if to maintain a circulation we must perpetually re-borrow whatever we pay against principal and interest as subsequent debts, increased so much as periodic interest?

You see, we have a horrific fundamental problem with the nature of the present privatized currency. It can only multiply debt into collapse.

Google “parable of perfect economy” for the singular solution.

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Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

Today, I am asking you to join me in resisting the DHS [Department of Homeland Security] coercion to comply with the provisions of REAL ID.

RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT.

Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer writes Colorado Governor Bill Ritter to join him in resisting Department of Homeland Security coercion.

“I like it. I love it. I want some more of it.”

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Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

It’s an opportunity for corruption in the guise of god-likeness; and I’ll tell you now how you can know:

The Lord’s Prayer does not advocate a privatized currency intended from its very inception to multiply debt upon us for unearned gain.

RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT.

Reportedly, Mike Huckabee wants to amend the Constitution to make our law more like God’s law.

I dispute that. Let us hear the proposed amendments!

Does God require “secure” government IDs? Does God charge the angels interest that they can pursue enterprise?

All through history this generic bone is thrown the hapless masses. It’s an opportunity for corruption in the guise of god-likeness; and I’ll tell you now how you can know:

Does Mike Huckabee stand in favor of usury? Usury is mentioned throughout the scriptures. What amendment does he propose to conform to divine plan?

The Lord’s Prayer does not advocate a privatized currency intended from its very inception to multiply debt upon us for unearned gain.

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Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

Paul blamed the Federal Reserve for the current economic conditions; stock markets worldwide fell Monday after Wall Street declined last week. On his Web site, he said the Fed has taken the United States “into a terrible crisis.”

RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT.

The first sentence of an Associated Press piece (AP) published in the Dallas Morning News, introduces Ron Paul as follows:

“Ron Paul, a long-shot Republican presidential contender and Texas congressman, said Monday that the Federal Reserve is to blame for the country’s weakening economy.”

At least some material is slipping by the gag order imposed upon the global-elite-owned mainstream media to obstruct destruction of the central banking system which has so maldistributed the wealth we produce. This is fortunate even for the mainstream media, because their gag order has wakened a sleeping country. If they would like our kindness, they will step aside and let the truth be told.

So let us pardon for now their little dig that the only man in a position (and inclined) to save our country will be elected.

The AP article continues (article paragraphs in red):

  1. Paul highlighted his economic remedies — abolishing the federal income tax and returning to the gold standard, among them — on a three-city tour of Louisiana.
  2. The libertarian-minded Paul was the only candidate to visit Louisiana on the eve of the state’s Republican caucuses Tuesday. The caucuses are an intermediary step in picking a favorite candidate. A presidential primary will take place on Feb. 9 and a state convention will convene on Feb. 16.
  3. Paul blamed the Federal Reserve for the current economic conditions; stock markets worldwide fell Monday after Wall Street declined last week. On his Web site, he said the Fed has taken the United States “into a terrible crisis.”

    Thus he must refer to the fundamental irregularities of the so called Federal Reserve System.

  4. Paul told an overflow crowd at a suburban New Orleans hotel Monday that the Fed has allowed the dollar to weaken, which in turn, he said, has hurt the middle class and led to inflation.

    Overflow crowds have been the typical reception for the candidate the global elite’s media is so biased against. In fact the blatant popularity and spot-on propositions of the candidate have prevailed in his inclusion in the events the global elite have tried to censure him from.

  5. “I would enjoy being the next president to get rid of our central bank,” he told supporters. The crowd gave him a raucous welcome, chanting at one point, “Who dat? Who dat say they’re gonna beat Ron Paul?” — a riff on a popular football chant for the New Orleans Saints.
  6. Paul, on his Web site Monday, said the economic policies of his opponents are based on ill-advised “print-and-spend” theories. He added that he would cure the economic crisis by ending the “hyper-expensive, hyper-dangerous empire all around the globe.”

    This would go a long way toward ending the crisis; but it would not fix the economy altogether.

THE PURPORTED LONG SHOT — PREPOSTEROUS OR NOT?

The AP article alleges that Paul is a long shot. How so?

The United States of course never had an income tax until it was saddled with the Federal Reserve System. If you connect the dots to the debt which could only be multiplied on us since, what conclusion can you arrive at but that the IRS and income tax exist to collect upon artificial debt for the sake of so much unearned gained, at our country’s expense?

What principled person then would ever oppose terminating the IRS, income tax, and the privatized currency we so adversely call the “Federal Reserve Note”?

When the pretended economy (opportunities to steal from us) collapses, they’re going to lose it all; so they’re voting to lose it all.

Nonetheless, a conversion of the present system into a sustainable MPE™ implementation issues each of us the circulation we might have saved under mathematically perfected economy™ all the while. So the losses which are ensured under the present system of stealing from us are protected under mathematically perfected economy™.

Technically, it’s the greatest possible stretch in favor of furthering the system of stealing from us so much as now threatens collapse, to call this “recovering to a loss of about 145 points.”

A loss is a loss; it’s not a recovery at all. And mark my works, more such “recoveries” are right around the corner.

The ruling elite’s media — all the disinformation that fools will take for granted.

The AP article alleges that Paul is a long shot. How so?

Our eldest generations of course know the least about the fundamentals of the relevant issues; they also are disposed to the most false tenet, that the privatized currency which has been imposed upon us has no defect; they are also the generations which have held forth all along that there is no portending doom in the present economic conditions, even as we now suffer indebtedness which exceeds that which engendered the first Great Depression; they are also the generation most likely to enjoy false prosperity and far different conditions than the rest of us, because they had a 25 free-wheeling years on the Monopoly board before the rest of us got to land on Park Place; they are also the generation which has accumulated the most public debt they will never pay; and finally, they are the generations who most let this untoward system stand, to the ever greater detriment of their own progeny.

But our youngest generations cannot afford such arrogance and naiveté, particularly as the policy mindlessness of their elders have driven our industry away and saddled us with unspeakable, criminal sums of debt.

The United States of course never had an income tax until it was saddled with the Federal Reserve System. If you connect the dots to the debt which could only be multiplied on us since, what conclusion can you arrive at but that the IRS and income tax exist to collect upon artificial debt for the sake of so much unearned gained, at our country’s expense?

What principled person then would ever oppose terminating the IRS, income tax, and the privatized currency we so adversely call the “Federal Reserve Note”?

But to the great discredit of their arrogance, the elder generation too stands to lose it all when the house of cards crashes — and it is crashing now.

LET’S DO THE MATH

So let’s do the math regarding this purported long shot.

What are the benefits to a citizen with two houses on a salary of $125,000/yr, who pays perhaps $50,000 in income taxes? The disinformation of the ruling elite’s media has this class of citizen thinking they have the most to lose, ostensibly because they have the most invested in the present iniquitous system.

The mainstream media “somehow” fails to exalt the benefits of terminating the privatized currency and all its associated entities to this class of citizen? Why? How?

Right off the top, they’re going to save $50,000 a year in income taxes. That’s not enough to jump and shout about?

Moreover, if the Paul camp adopts mathematically perfected economy™, they’re going to refinance their homes at current costs of production, under mathematically perfected economy™. Let’s say the inflated cost of their principal home is $1m and the inflated cost of their secondary home is $250,000 as a consequence of the deprivations of the present, imposed, privatized currency.

  1. Just for hypothetical purposes, let’s take a first, best scenario case where the cost of producing these homes would be $400,000 altogether, and the debtor has already paid more than that toward the two homes?

    Conversion of the present system into mathematically perfected economy™ thus eliminates any further obligation toward their existing mortgages!

    Say they were paying only $2,000 a month against the two mortgages, thus MPE™ saves them another $24,000 a year.

  2. Or, to take the worst case scenario under mathematically perfected economy™, let’s say they have paid nothing yet toward their two mortgages.

    Mathematically perfected economy™ would generally reduce their mortgage payments to approximately $250 a month (altogether). Thus mathematically perfected economy™ would save them $1,750 against their mortgages.

  3. Whereas, when the present non-economy crashes, they will lose these assets — 14 million American families are about to lose their homes as you read this.

    The so called Federal Reserve System will crash, because it is impossible to maintain a circulation without further multiplication of debt in proportion to a circulation. Ultimately a sum of debt so great will exist that we can no longer sustain commerce and fulfill our obligations to service that debt. The proximity of that failure is the very reason interest rates have to be held down.

So how much is the ruling elite’s mainstream media cheating this person from knowing — the class of person usually least disposed to acknowledge the necessity of remedy?

We’re up to the vicinity of saving them $70,000 a year from a $125,000 salary.

That’s not worth making plain to them, is it?

But we’re not finished yet.

This person has much invested in “securities” markets, and they’re afraid they will lose everything if they vote for Ron Paul. They’ll cut off their nose to spite their face.

When the pretended economy (opportunities to steal from us) collapses, they’re going to lose it all; so they’re voting to lose it all.

Mathematically perfected economy™ on the other hand is going to allow them to keep their stocks. Bonds, because they will multiply debt, we should probably cash in — but I leave that up to the people.

Nonetheless, a conversion of the present system into a sustainable MPE™ implementation issues each of us the circulation we might have saved under mathematically perfected economy™ all the while. So the losses which are ensured under the present system of stealing from us are protected under mathematically perfected economy™.

EXEMPLARY COMPLETE FACADE OF CREDIBILITY

But how credible is the ruling elite’s mainstream media?

Another headline of today’s same paper reads, “U.S. stocks recover some after early plunge.”

Underneath the headline, we read:

11:49 AM CT Wall Street struggled to steady itself, climbing back from an early plunge after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates to restore stability to a faltering U.S. economy. The Dow Jones industrials, down 465 points at the start of the session, recovered to a loss of about 145 points.

Technically, it’s the greatest possible stretch in favor of furthering the system of stealing from us so much as now threatens collapse, to call this “recovering to a loss of about 145 points.”

A loss is a loss; it’s not a recovery at all. And mark my works, more such “recoveries” are right around the corner.

The ruling elite’s media — all the disinformation that fools will take for granted.

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Monday, January 21st, 2008

I am still waiting to hear from the Paul camp in regard to my proposition of mathematically perfected economy™.

Ron has not committed a position toward interest, which I have shown for 35 years has multiplied debt in proportion to the circulation. Computer models I furnished the Reagan Administration in the early 80s demonstrated this process and projected near term economic failure today.

I advocate and am prepared to debate there is on and one only solution to the problems before us. I tell you adamantly, that I believe the Paul Campaign squanders its best opportunity to win this election by failing to assert the principles of mathematically perfected economy™.

RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT.

Dear Mr. Becker,

I am still waiting to hear from the Paul camp in regard to my proposition of mathematically perfected economy™.

With the world securities markets tumbling this morning, it is time to define to America and the world what “honest money” is. I know Dr. Paul has said it is gold on some occasions. On others he has advocated backing the money with “hard assets” — which concurs with my position.

But how exactly to do so?

I assert there is but one prescription for economy without inflation or deflation, systemic manipulation of the value of money or property, and inherent multiplication of debt by interest.

Ron has not committed a position toward interest, which I have shown for 35 years has multiplied debt in proportion to the circulation. Computer models I furnished the Reagan Administration in the early 80s demonstrated this process and projected near term economic failure today.

I advocate and am prepared to debate there is on and one only solution to the problems before us. I tell you adamantly, that I believe the Paul Campaign squanders its best opportunity to win this election by failing to assert the principles of mathematically perfected economy™.

I therefore request that you call me or write me at least at your earliest convenience. Together, we can take this revolution to a much higher level.

Warm regards,

mike montagne — PEOPLE For Mathematically Perfected Economy™

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Monday, January 21st, 2008

World stocks tumbled on Monday as fears gripped investors that a sliding U.S. economy would drag others down with it.

The global equity market weakness prompted currency investors to liquidate risky positions, lifting the low-yielding Japanese yen while the dollar gained on the view no country will escape the economic downturn.

It is one thing to realize we can and must terminate the so called Federal Reserve System (unassented, privatized currency). But it is another thing altogether to recognize the one mathematic formula by which we solve the issues before us.

RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT.

A Reuters article, “World Stocks Tumble On Economy Fears,” reports:

“World stocks tumbled on Monday as fears gripped investors that a sliding U.S. economy would drag others down with it.

Demand for safe-haven bonds and currencies soared.

Bush called for a package worth up to $150 billion in tax cuts and other measures.

Stock markets have been in full retreat this year over the economic fears. The broad U.S. S&P index (SPX - News) had its biggest weekly fall since July 2002 last week.

Many indexes are now more than 20 percent below their recent cycle peaks, a traditional sign that what is going on is not just a correction but the start of a bear market.

Such falls sometimes signal to large investors that it is time to buy. But leading investment bank Morgan Stanley said on Monday that that was not the case now, at least as far as Europe was concerned.

“We are not compelled to buy yet despite bearish sentiment,” its European equity strategy team said in a note. “We continue to prefer cash over equities.”

The global equity market weakness prompted currency investors to liquidate risky positions, lifting the low-yielding Japanese yen while the dollar gained on the view no country will escape the economic downturn.”

FUNDAMENTAL CAUSE

We can avoid the catastrophic failure ahead; and because we can avoid this artificial failure, one of the greatest dangers is that the coming collapse will be mis-represented by mainstream “economists” whose policies and false promises have paved the way for world economic failure.

The computer model I provided the Reagan Administration in the early 1980s predicted this failure by re-borrowing principal and interest as necessary to maintain intended (”growing”) circulations. The accuracy of the model owes to its replication of the actual human process of re-borrowing as the present privatized currencies of the world require of us. That is, merely to maintain a vital circulation, we must re-borrow whatever we pay against principal and interest obligations as subsequent debts, increased above previous debt so much as periodic interest.

As the present false economies impose artificial failure under artificial sums of debt, the bedfellows of these privatized currencies will come before you to deceive you regarding the real causes of our artificial failure. They may blame the artificial failure on anything; but the last thing they will ever admit to you is that the privatized currency can only multiply debt in proportion to a circulation until we collapse under a wholly artificial sum of debt — multiplied upon you for the very purpose of illimitable unearned profit.

The unavoidable weakness of the scheme is that wherever interest exists, the ultimate consequence of the system is engendered. In other words, the process of the system which produces systemic collapse eventually is unavoidable, so long as the very present systems exist.

This is why we must understand that there is one and one only solution to this process. We present that solution in our pages; we offer it to public debate; I volunteer to debate it within anyone in the world.

We have one candidate who advocates what he calls “honest money.” We don’t know what he means by that. Neither do we know how he will solve further multiplication of debt, unless he eradicates interest.

It is one thing to realize we can and must terminate the so called Federal Reserve System (unassented, privatized currency). But it is another thing altogether to recognize the one mathematic formula by which we solve the issues before us.

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Sunday, January 20th, 2008

We had a gold standard. True, we did not adhere to it. But the question is, can it be adhered to? Can it truly protect us from what it was intended to? Can it support as much prosperity as we are capable of?

The answer at least to the latter question is no. At no time in history has an honored precious metal monetary standard supported commerce requiring a circulation which exceeded the monetary reserves.

So the gold standard is certainly, absolutely not proven.

RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT.

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[POSTER]

Everyone seems to forget, or fail to point out, that every one of Ron’s ideas have worked before. In fact, they worked a lot better than the ideas being used today.

Most of Ron’s ideas are still in effect. They are just not being enforced as legislators and the President fail to live up to their oath of office.

FOLLOWUP

[POSTER],

A correction: The reason precious metal monetary standards (or any other fixed, finite standard not equal to desirable prosperit) have never worked, is that when we need to sustain more commerce than a circulation equal to available monetary reserves can sustain… we have to abandon the standard to sustain the desirable prosperity.

Paul is (at times at least) *not* advocating a return to the gold standard (which is mathematically impossible to restore). He has said he favors backing the money with “hard assets” — which is what mathematically perfected economy prescribes. Mathematically perfected economy makes the asset related to the debt for which the currency is loaned into circulation… it makes this the effective monetary standard.

By linking this to the value of the money, and by paying off the debt at the rate of consumption or depreciation of the related asset, the value of the money is always consistent. Only mathematically perfected economy solves inflation and deflation; intrinsic manipulation of the value or cost of money or property; and inherent multiplication of debt (because the currency is not subject to interest).

Yes indeed, that principle is proven (converse to the assertion that the gold standard is proven). Parable of Perfect Economy is the story of how the imposition of a central bank on the colonies sparked the American Revolution.

Benjamin Franklin explained the cause of that military contest in a conciliatory letter to a friend in France after the revolution. In that letter he said, “We would gladly have borne the little tax on tea and other matters, had it not been that they took from our our money — which created great unemployment and dissatisfaction. Within a year the poor houses were filled. The hungry and homeless walked the streets everywhere.”

He refers to a currency subject to as much as 30 percent annual interest.

Yes, the models we need to understand are proven. The Federal Reserve System ensured the very things it was promised to protect us from. Like the effects Franklin refers to, the Federal Reserve (privatized currency) collapsed the world’s economy a mere 15 years into its existence.

We had the gold standard then. The Federal Reserve Note used to say, “Will pay to the bearer on demand… X ‘Dollars’.” Now they only say X ‘Dollars.’ They used to say, “This note is legal tender for all debts public and private, and is redeemable in lawful money at the United States Treasury, or at any Federal Reserve Bank.” Now they just say (falsely) “This note is legal tender for all debts public and private.”

We had a gold standard. True, we did not adhere to it. But the question is, can it be adhered to? Can it truly protect us from what it was intended to? Can it support as much prosperity as we are capable of?

The answer at least to the latter question is no. At no time in history has an honored precious metal monetary standard supported commerce requiring a circulation which exceeded the monetary reserves.

So the gold standard is certainly, absolutely not proven.

Ron has recently said that if we had a gold standard, the price of oil would not be over 100$ a barrel.

That’s just not so. There’s nothing to stop the producers of oil from demanding anything they want for oil — not that we can or would pay anything they require. The point is, there is no concrete linkage between gold and the price of commodities. It isn’t even necessarily useful or desirable that there be such a linkage.

But we do need the value of money to be consistent with whatever it was issued for; and the only prescription which accomplishes that is mathematically perfected economy.

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Sunday, January 20th, 2008

More for Julie Rudliani and “kill-em for ten thousand years,” John McCain to think about.

A Soldier’s Revolution. The real America is alive and well.

mike montagne — PEOPLE For Mathematically Perfected Economy™.

"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 — PEOPLE For Mathematically Perfected Economy™

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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