It often goes without understanding that monetary reform is *the* vital key to achieving true world justice, peace, representation, health, environmental quality, responsible media, true prosperity… all the things which are vital to us. In the least, this is because the monetary systems presently imposed about the world make all such things ever more unachievable by inherent, irreversible multiplication of debt in proportion to our potential means or capacity to service debt.
The driving force behind denied representation and purported globalism therefore is not mere thirst for power; on the contrary, usurpation of power is the necessary means to impose and extend usury, which in turn is the most powerful sustenance of further usurpation and denial of representation, to impose usury and unearned taking perpetually. The result is plutocratic rule, thinly veiled as representation, with the whole purpose being monopolization of vital production and infrastructures for the very preservation of unjust degrees of unearned gain. So the intended defects of inherently usurious monetary systems are intended; and it is this intention which obstructs us from representation on all fronts.
The vehicle for this vast unearned gain is the very “central banking” systems which have been imposed about the world. Under the dogma that we cannot create our own promises to pay without cost, and of course without discussion of the fact that the only way to preserve credit-worthiness and any manifestation of justice whatever is that we do in fact issue our own promises to pay without extrinsic, redundant cost… these systems inherently and irreversibly multiply debt upon us, as we are forced to maintain vital circulations by re-borrowing what we pay against principal and interest obligations as subsequent sums of debt, perpetually increased so much as periodic interest.
It is thus by inherently and irreversibly increasing the sum of debt, that these systems take from us to an ever greater degree by forcing us to service an ever greater sum of debt. The fatal fault of the imposed process however, is that it is irreversible, and can only multiply debt in proportion to a circulation. Thus every such system suffers a maximum possible lifespan at which the costs of servicing the irreversibly multiplying sum of debt eventually exceed the capacity of the system to give up so much wealth as the artificial sum of debt requires of them.
Thus at least at some regular interval of systemic collapse, usury begs its subjects to recognize the cause of its demise is usury.
But obviously, no intelligent public would design such a system to serve its purposes. Instead, it is these unjust costs which make justice impossible. In turn, it is the lack of possible justice which makes peace impossible, because all just costs are inherently multiplied perpetually, because the profit is unearned, and because the profit goes to ever greater degrees to those who produce nothing, at cost to anyone who does produce, and even to the obstruction of production. The whole natural and just order the world would otherwise realize, is perpetually undermined, overturned, and obstructed to an ever greater degree by usury.
And as it is the intention of usurpers to perpetuate and extend this criminal system which makes representation impossible, it is also this access to wealth which gives the perpetrators the media for the very purpose of disinforming us.
In the end, to serve monopolies such as oil for the exceeding, unjustifiable benefit of a few, we cannot even afford to implement vital alternatives such as alternate, clean energy sources — not even for the benefit of further monopolies, because artificial indebtedness itself makes it impossible for the usurpers to extract any further or more expensive unearned profit from a system which, in its last days, is already indebted to the maximal possible degree. Much less do usurers themselves *ever* need to find alternative, beneficial sources of revenue except to preserve their usurpation, for inherent, irreversible multiplication of indebtedness itself assures them they will take all that is possible from us.
Without mathematically perfected economy™ then, we can never restore to ourselves the real possibility, and even the immediate, natural probability, of achieving all the things which are vital to a truly healthy planet, prosperity, or the far vaster achievements mankind would already have under his belt, if not obstructed by usury.