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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.

MORPHALLAXIS, January 14, 1979.

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Thursday, November 20th, 2008

What should concern us is who stands in the way of solution, and why.

mike montagne

NEGATIVE/CONTESTED FEEDBACK EXAMPLE

I’ve been doing battle with “economics” professors and pundits for 30 years. Now that the exploitation system has indeed begun to fall as my thesis of inevitable failure and computer models so long ago predicted, it has been a long time since I’ve received any negative or argumentative feedback, asserting alternate propositions. Not that I couldn’t find naysayers immediately. Ron Paul supporters are the stalwarts of non-solution, regularly advocating a return to the gold standard no matter how many times you prove to them, its impossible; the gold/silver standard cannot sustain unlimited industry/prosperity (which is the principal reason it’s always demoted to fractional reserve implementations); and most of all, the gold/silver standard cannot arrest inherent multiplication of debt ??which of course is the principal cause of failure. I assert in return then that to persist in advocating disproven propositions is the greatest deterrent to solution.

There are people who just “don’t get it,” and there are others still who are stuck on whatever rationalizations buoy them in whatever necessary ways, that they can persist in resisting solution. The following letter which I received yesterday is such an example. I furnish it because it merely trudges again the same steps so many others have taken before them, without even seeing our pages already invalidate its assertions.

Nonetheless of course, I answered the letter because it illustrates the quality or kind of thinking/ego which obstructs from the rest of us (as best it can), what we have to do to avoid utter monetary failure. Ponder then how this person advocates exploitation:

To whom it may concern,

I noticed at the end of the latest email it was said that pfmpe would for a $100,000 do a 100 year mortgage at 0% giving a payment of $83.33 per month….
It then went on to say that this would solve the housing crisis.

Did anyone REALLY think about this statement? What happens to all of the people who just don’t pay and have not taken care of the house? What happens to all of the people who max out their income with payments? There would still be a crisis because people ALWAYS want more. This is not an American situation it is a human situation. People want more and more.

No one would be willing to invest if they cannot get a return on their money but the possibility exists that they could lose it. The MPE will NEVER EXIST it is not in the nature of people to risk with no possible reward.

[respondent]

MY REPLY

Of course someone *really thought* about that mathematic relationship:

Eventually, multiplication of debt makes it impossible to pay; and all along the way of multiplication of debt in proportion to the circulation, it is ever less possible to pay. How do you blame non-payment on the subjects of the exploitation you advocate, when the system itself makes it impossible, particularly at the final states of the limited lifespan of usury?

What “happens” to them under mathematically perfected economy, is they make themselves subjects of a system in which *they always can* pay.

As to your assertion of a crisis where people “always want more,” what are you saying then, but that the exploitation you advocate prevents them from having what they want?

As to wanting more and more irrespective to consequences then, that is the desire of the very exploiter ??who is deprived of the coercive conditions in which they can do so, when the people can pay *their debts to each other* without involuntary servitude first imposed by the nature of the imposed currency, and thereafter imposed by the lack of solubility that currency can only leave them.

You only advocate further exploitation upon the first exploitation; and no one but no one but no one has ever demonstrated how that actually serves mankind, for to teach them alone would certainly far cheaper and less criminal. On the contrary, your very terms expose your want as a dispossession, ostensibly justified only because the dispossessed are no better than to know no better. Evidently then even, you think your advocation makes you better than me, for why should anyone deserve an opportunity to exploit for instance, their own progeny, or oppressed masses, simply deprived by time or other disadvantage from exploiting likewise, in return?

Of course, in mathematically perfected economy?, no one would be willing to “invest” (exploit), because the very chance for *unearned profit* is eliminated. But of course, that’s a just and even necessary purpose, if you are subject to exploitation, and particularly to a terminal form of exploitation; and it’s the exact contrary purpose only of advocates of exploitation ??so why don’t you just say that? We already know who you are.

So, no [respondent], it’s not in the nature of exploiters to exploit when the people are given a way to avoid exploitation for illimitable unearned gain. You advocate that simply because you have no leverage by which to exploit us otherwise.

Your argument therefore is merely a pathological statement: You say you should save humanity from its perpetual want of more, when it is only your perpetual want of more which is the problem. Of course, that’s always been the only argument of exploitation.

It is also the pattern of exploitation that when you exploit the exploited to the degree they can no longer pay… to blame *their* ostensible want of ever more for the eventual insolubility, isn’t it?

Sure, you thought about the same statement. But not well, and quite transparently.

Visit http://www.change.gov/page/s/yourvision to pressure the Obama Transition Team to adopt mathematically perfected economy?. I’m aware the president-elect is hiring all the wrong people; but the fact you demanded representation when you could draws the line between who are the bad guys, and who are the good.

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Thursday, November 20th, 2008

The citizen is sovereign only when he can retain and enjoy the fruits of his labor. If the government has first claim on his property he must learn to genuflect before it. When the right of property is abrogated, all the other rights of the individual are undermined, and to speak of the sovereign citizen who has no absolute right to property is to talk nonsense. It is like saying that the slave is free because he is allowed to do anything he wants to do (even vote, if you wish) except to own what he produces.

Frank Chodorov, The Freeman, August 1990

RESPONSE TO CATHERINE AUSTIN FITTS’ FINE BLOG ON THE G-20 SUMMIT

The following comment responds to Catherine Austin Fitts’ (Solari Real Channel) excellent blog article, “Statement From G-20 Summit: In English”:

Catherine,

Truly excellent translation. One of our readers sent me here.

While I salute your exemplary expression of these truths however, I’m compelled to raise the missing link.

It’s impossible to do so without some first person singular, but, to distill the essential story… in 1983 I provided the Reagan Administration with mathematic proofs and computer models (complete with source code which you can still download and run from our pages), that not only would he fail to balance the federal budget or offset price inflation, but that this very day would arrive. In other words, given 1983 numbers and reasonable anticipation of de-escalated interest rates, those computer models projected a U.S. monetary collapse under terminal sums of debt, potentially/probably drawing the rest of the world down with it, at approximately 2010 AD.

But the missing link I raise is solution. In other words, unless we ascertain cause, we cannot resolve whatever process is responsible for effect. These models or their related thesis therefore comprise the real, underlying cause (versus myriad consequences).

Jumping back a few years further regarding this question of cause and solution, in 1979 I published a mathematic proof that a) any economy subject to interest ultimately terminates itself under insoluble debt; and b) that there is one and one only integral solution to 1) inflation and deflation, 2) systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property, and 3) inherent, irreversible, terminal multiplication of debt by interest.

Thomas Jefferson fairly well identified the principal cause of failure (a), which is the principle by which said models projected this failure; but as no one since developed the singular solution (b), all subsequent history to the present is the consequence.

Jefferson nonetheless said, “If the American People *ever* allow the banks to issue their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and [bank owned] corporations which *will* grow up around them *will* deprive the people of *all* property, until their children wake *homeless* on the continent their fathers conquered.”

This perception falls just short of solution, because if you unravel it you will find that “first by inflation and then by deflation” refers not just to intentional alteration of the circulation, but to simultaneous processes which engender inevitable failure. That is, merely to maintain a vital circulation subject to interest requires that we re-borrow whatever we pay toward principal and interest, as subsequent sums of debt, perpetually increased so much as periodic interest. Thus a sum of debt will multiply by ever escalating increments of periodic interest on an ever greater sum of debt, until we can no longer afford to service a further sum of debt ??with this final stage of the lifespan therefore comprising a state where we can neither borrow further as is necessary to maintain a vital circulation. Then of course, the whole system comes down.

Franklin, Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln, and many others gave serious attention to the problem, but never solved it.

Nonetheless, there are two sides to the coin. The first is recognition of the crime/problem. But this is to no avail if we aren’t going to recognize/implement solution. Still however, neither is the latter idea to any avail if there is one and one only solution, and we propose to implement anything less.

But as I say, I published a proof of singular solution in 1979; and, since then, not only has that proposition been tested/challenged by academia, it is effectively proven inversely by the culmination of present circumstances.

Since 1975, I have been referring to the solution as mathematically perfected economy?.

Our website of course provides substantial invalidations of contending theories. But I invite you to see two of our pages in particular, which readers have recently reported to register the present circumstances in such a way that they finally understand the differences between loss/failure of satellite banks, collapse of the system, and integral solution:

THE PROBLEM IS NOT DEBT!

http://perfecteconomy.com/wp/2008/11/17/response-to-ich-the-problem-is-not-debt/

IF I WERE PRESIDENT: How to arrest monetary collapse in a day:

http://perfecteconomy.com/pg-if-i-were-president.html

Regards,

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

Visit http://www.change.gov/page/s/yourvision to pressure the Obama Transition Team to adopt mathematically perfected economy?. I’m aware the president-elect is hiring all the wrong people; but the fact you demanded representation when you could draws the line between who are the bad guys, and who are the good.

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“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)

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Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

What should concern us is who stands in the way of solution, and why.

mike montagne

PAULSON INADVERTENTLY CONFESSES FATAL FAULT OF MONETARY SYSTEM

 

(Forgive the ad.)

In testimony today, unelected Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson confessed that his only concept of staving failure is to assume further, further, and ever further debt, beyond the terminal sums of debt which have us at the brink of all-out failure.

Among the tall tales told, Paulson said that the “unpredictable nature” of the crisis means that it is necessary to ensure that the bailout money is not diverted to other uses (exactly what he proposes to do with it).

Moreover, when you are in the midst of something, you are not faced with “predicting” its nature; you are faced with ascertaining its already-evident nature ??and that nature of course is the very thing Mr. Paulson hopes to evade most, because even divulging the nature of the problem in the course of relevant, intelligent, and productive discussion, would mean the end of the exploitation which he and his co-conspirators across the world intend to perpetuate, even despite their graft’s terminal consequences.

Paulson nonetheless trudges through a transparent facade of authority, telling us his objectives in asking Congress for the “financial rescue package” were:

  1. to first stabilize the “financial” (exploitation) system on the verge of collapse;

  2. and then to get lending going again, “to support” American consumers and businesses.

Thus he betrays a hundred years of lies, which pretended among other things that thanks to Milton Friedman, Mr. Bernanke knew (already) how to avoid *causing* another Great Depression. If such protections were in place of course, we wouldn’t be here.

But neither then did Mr. Friedman identify or solve the fundamental causes of the First Great Depression, because the fundamental cause is itself a privatized currency, which is no accident of the men Mr. Friedman slept with. From its very inception, and to this very day, that form of currency was to be imposed for the very purpose of exploiting production and wealth to ever greater degrees, by inherently multiplying artificial sums of debt upon the unwitting, subject populace.

While he too feigns protecting us of course, Mr. Paulson only likewise intends to protect that system of exploitation from revolt by its heretofore unwitting subjects.

Merely swapping his intentional abuse of terminology for more applicable terms, what Mr. Paulson really means then is:

  1. his intentions are first to perpetuate the system of exploitation;

  2. so that the imposed, private “Federal” “Reserve” System (and the rest of the “central banks” around the world) can continue to publish our promises to pay *each other* (which we could and would instead publish ourselves, without cost), and so that intended system of exploitation can continue subjecting those obfuscated promises to a process of unearned profit, which inherently and irreversibly multiplies debt into the very terminal sums of debt before us.

Next in this little facade, Paulson claims the so called rescue money should not be used to purchase “troubled” (insoluble) “assets” (debts), as was originally proposed. Of course, only fools would buy such things ??unless they intended to do so on behalf of fools, for further unearned gain to themselves. But then again, isn’t this exactly what Mr. Paulson asked for?

He then merely states that a different approach than he so recently intended with equal due authority, “will do more” to prevent foreclosures. He provides no argument, no process, no qualification whatever; and only fools will not know why, for if whatever new tack was such a good idea, why *hasn’t* it *prevented* foreclosures already ??versus ostensibly providing a *future* prospect of “doing more” to prevent foreclosures, instead even of virtually preventing them altogether, as a just “economy” would?

What kind of people so negligently lay idle, while the very prospect of sustainable industry is artificially destroyed, leaving them jobless, homeless, and saddled with vast, insoluble sums of debt, heaped upon them so that they might only hope to own their own production?

What great people particularly, would allow themselves to be dispossessed of their own industrial means, to suffer a wholly artificial, potential world-wide monetary failure, while they remain capable and willing as ever to incorporate resources into production?

Paulson himself is about to tell us.

He says, “The key to turning around the housing situation and avoiding foreclosures is going to be to keep lending going.”

Now why would that be, Mr. Paulson?

Do you mean to tell us that your brand of “lending” necessarily ever greater quantities of *our* promises to pay *each other* to us, is what’s going to save us?

Only if the people of the world will never wake, Paulson.

You just exposed the crux of the lie. Here, all these people of the world falling under you wee hammer, are expected *by you* to survive by assuming yet further debt; and you yourself point out that’s the only way you can conceive *the system* can be extended.

But your system is the very thing which has already multiplied the sum of debt beyond us; and so too, your system is the very thing which, just as you have said, can only multiply debt further.

Visit http://www.change.gov/page/s/yourvision to pressure the Obama Transition Team to adopt mathematically perfected economy?.

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“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)

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Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

What should concern us is who stands in the way of solution, and why.

mike montagne

NOVEMBER 18 APPEAL TO OBAMA TRANSITION TEAM (”TELL YOUR STORY”)

We did some wrestling this past year in several dozen Obama forums, and not only did we get a lot of people straightened out on mathematically perfected economy?, we gained some close friends and staunch advocates. Why that hasn’t precipitated IN a close relationship with the transition team or former campaign is a travesty. Evidently, “economic team” insiders so fear a strong challenge that they have obstructed our many propositions of mathematically perfected economy? from reaching the president-elect himself. (?)

Recent PEOPLE For Mathematically Perfected Economy? blogs nonetheless summarize the unfortunate situation:

http://perfecteconomy.com/wp/2008/11/17/monday-november-17-2008-appeal-to-obama-transition-team-re-60-minutes-and-mathematically-perfected-economy/

http://perfecteconomy.com/wp/2008/11/18/are-americans-legally-liable-to-pay-for-this-crime-against-them/

http://perfecteconomy.com/wp/2008/11/17/re-reuters-obama-says-aiding-economy-trumps-budget-deficit/

Visit http://www.change.gov/page/s/yourvision to pressure the Obama Transition Team to adopt mathematically perfected economy?.

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“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)

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Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

EXCERPT ??AWASH IN BANK MONEY, WASHINGTON FACES REFORM TEST (REUTERS, Tue Nov 18, 2008 12:47 PM EST)

By Kevin Drawbaugh - Analysis

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President-elect Barack Obama and congressional Democrats face a tough test proving they want to fix the financial system after taking millions of dollars in campaign donations from banks and Wall Street.

Big decisions loom on reining in the exotic securities markets, shoddy lending practices and regulatory failures behind the worst U.S. economic crisis in decades, with financial industry lobbyists already preparing for battle.

The coming fight raises questions about whether Washington is capable of overhauling an industry more deeply insinuated into the halls of political power than possibly any other.

Politics in the U.S. capital is heavily influenced by money donated to Democrats and Republicans alike by business interests that often play both sides of the partisan fence to win access and influence no matter who is in power.

“We’ve created this situation where … the only way to get elected or re-elected is to take large sums of money from special interests who want something from government,” said Daniel Newman, executive director of MAPLight.org, a nonpartisan, nonprofit campaign finance watchdog group.

[end Reuters excerpt]

ARE AMERICANS LEGALLY LIABLE TO PAY FOR THIS CRIME AGAINST THEM?

Many, many times already, I have provided the Obama Campaign and Transition Team explanations of mathematically perfected economy? ??how it works; why it is necessary; how it is the singular solution for our monetary issues ??fully explaining now, many times and in many ways, how mathematically perfected economy? solves the breadth of this crisis and its underlying monetary irregularities immediately, and not only without further cost, but eliminating vast costs to which the people of our country and the world are now unjustly subject.

Thirty years ago, I provided the Reagan Administration with mathematic proofs his presidency would fail either to arrest price inflation or solve its cause; and far more importantly, I provided a mathematic proof our monetary system would inevitably fail for itself imposing inherent, irreversible, terminal multiplication of debt in proportion to an obligated circulation.

In the latter part of Reagan’s first term I provided his administration computer models capable of calculating the maximum possible lifespan of any purported economy based on exploitation of debt. You can still download those models from our pages. You can examine the source code for any potential flaws in logic. And you can still run 1980 interest rates, circulatory growth and so forth, downwardly adjusting interest across the lifespan as necessary to extend the terminal cycle, and you will still project U.S. monetary failure, potentially engendering world-wide monetary failure, at approximately 2010 AD.

I have provided not only every American President since and including Gerald Ford with a proposition of mathematically perfected economy?; I have made this proposition available to many of the candidates, not once, but often many, many times over. Ron Paul, Dennis Kucinich, Mike Gravel, Ralph Nader, Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Joe Biden… right down to the most minor candidates…. I have routinely sent them all, regular appeals to transform an unlawful monetary system into mathematically perfected economy?.

Not all these appeals are ignored. A single telephone call often drew the greatest enthusiasm from campaign staff, and often even of the highest officers of a campaign. A single telephone to Jerry Brown’s San Francisco headquarters had lower-level personnel practically begging me to come down and speak to higher officers. I was there two hours later, and within 5 minutes of walking in the door was speaking to his national campaign manager and several other of Mr. Brown’s highest staff at once, who were no less than thrilled to hear about mathematically perfected economy?. A few minutes of discussion produced an invitation to speak at a national meeting later the same evening. I helped set up the chairs for the rest of the afternoon, all the while visiting with staff, and explaining fundamental principles. By the time of the conference, there was a huge following, looking forward to a presentation.

The business of the evening concluded much later than had been anticipated. None of it was at all exciting really. People hoped that Mr. Brown would somehow find a way to serve the people has they had not been served for so long; but, much as in the present election, they gave themselves little more than hope. A handful of slogans were repeated, but there was no actual plan for accomplishing the goals we still have not attained; and so, we can understand why so many people were so anxious to have candidate Brown advocate an actual solution.

As the evening came to its late close, understandably, the campaign manager began to close down the meeting, forgetting she had asked me to stay and speak. About thirty people in the back of the auditorium sitting there with me all stood up at once, each of us to remind her she had forgotten mathematically perfected economy?.

Apologetically, she introduced me as I walked quickly to the podium, telling the audience of several hundred local managers what I had come out of nowhere to speak about. As I reached the podium, she whispered to me that she was sorry, they were tired, make it no more than 2 or 3 minutes, or I’ll lose them.

I began explaining that more than a decade earlier, that I had published a mathematic proof that a)?any purported economy subject to interest ultimately terminates itself under insoluble debt; and b)?that there was one and one only integral solution to the breadth of categoric faults of contemporary monetary systems. I quoted Jefferson and Franklin quickly. Tired as they were, my first statement woke most of them, but as I finished quoting Jefferson, everyone was sitting up in their seats. I quickly rattled off the categoric faults of the imposed systems; then explained how mathematically perfected economy? solved each and all of them; and how we can immediately transform any system such as has been imposed upon us into mathematically perfected economy?. The audience reacted as if they’d just received Divine Revelation.

I asked if there were any questions. I had already taken 5 minutes. But many people immediately raised their hands, and I gave out the full answers I had long ago prepared. As an example of how mathematically perfected economy? would work, I told my Parable of Perfect Economy, adjusting it to monetary perfection. The audience was looking at each other in amazement; they were buzzing with understanding.

The questions were good, and they kept coming. Everyone was deeply interested in each answer; and before your very eyes, you could see the very kind of reaction most of us presume is what once made our country so great. Mercifully, when we had rounded out the issues, I apprised them so, and ended the meeting thanking everyone for their great interest, and stamina. It was late.

When we finished, many people however wanted to speak with me further; and a large crowed gathered to do so. I was invited to party gatherings; contact information was exchanged; one of Mr. Brown’s closest friends, Montana Podva, arranged to personally introduce me to Mr. Brown, if I would provide exhaustive written material for him to study. I agreed; and a few weeks later, was introduced to the candidate.

That meeting was a strange event, which symbolizes, if it does not embody, the great disparity between the American People, and those who pretend to represent us.

The handshake was like taking the hand of a dead man. Mr. Brown was so shocked to hear of the purpose of our meeting, that he lost his composure. All the while he had the oddest expression on his face, akin to telling “Don’t you know better than challenging such a thing?”

Well actually, Mr. Brown, I do… but I won’t; and I’ll tell you why.

As arranged, I presented Mr. Brown with a large manila envelope, with as much as a chapter of a book, apprising him as best I could of the reasons and workings of mathematically perfected economy?. I never heard from Mr. Brown again; and all of us know why. The same reasons are shared across the breadth of all the other candidates. Their people, like Barack Obama’s people will engage me; but the candidate ??and certainly any purported financial team ??only answers the proposition of mathematically perfected economy? with silence.

The reasons for this evasion are obvious. No truly disciplined person of course would reasonably doubt that there is more than one solution to inflation and deflation, or more than one solution to inherent, irreversible, terminal multiplication of debt by interest. No reasonably disciplined person cannot readily understand either how the integration of these two, simple solutions alone solves systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property ??or that the three categoric faults together round out the possible scope of issues before us, because the only powers such pretended monetary systems have is to inflict these crimes against us.

But let us be plain then. The *only* reason Mr. Obama or any of the preceding Presidents, Congresses, or Supreme Courts deny the people of the world the facts of true economy which they have rights to, is that they serve the interests of exploitation instead.

Are Americans legally liable then to pay for this crime against us?

Absolutely not. Look around you. The criminals are now forced to work in plain view; they regularly are apprised of their crime; fifty or a hundred copies of the solution are sitting in the President-elect’s databases; and so, only by evasion in broad daylight, do the perpetrators hope to perpetuate their exploitation of the people, even as the crime is terminal.

But not only are Americans and the rest of the world *not* legally or rightfully liable to pay for the crimes against them; it is mathematically impossible for them to service the further costs of the crime, because the whole event of failure is engender by the crime having already multiplied artificial debts beyond their possible means.

The reason the perpetrators greet mathematically perfected economy? with evasion, is they already know the fact of their crime. It is “the banks” who have dispossessed us of so much wealth that we have produced and paid for, who should have to be paying the people of the world for all the damages they have inflicted upon us.

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“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)

? COPYRIGHT 2008, by mike montagne and PEOPLE For Mathematically Perfected Economy?.

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Monday, November 17th, 2008

What should concern us is who stands in the way of solution, and why.

mike montagne

RE: REUTERS ??OBAMA SAYS AIDING ECONOMY TRUMPS BUDGET DEFICIT

A Reuters article today, “Obama says aiding economy trumps budget deficit,” also responds to 60 Minutes’ Obama interview, quoting the president-elect to state “we’re going to have to spend money now to stimulate the economy.” In other words, a perpetual effort to save the pretended economy will (in each successive phase) cost us far more, and far more again, than it would to rectify it (which would cost us nothing):

By Jeff Mason

CHICAGO (Reuters) ??The United States government should not worry about deficits over the next two years while spending money to jumpstart the ailing economy, President-elect Barack Obama said in a television interview that aired on Sunday.

Obama, a Democrat who takes over from President George W. Bush, a Republican, on January 20, said consensus had emerged between economists in both major U.S. political parties that expensive measures were necessary to avoid a deep recession.

The consensus is this, that we have to do whatever it takes to get this economy moving again, that we have to ??we’re going to have to spend money now to stimulate the economy,” he told the CBS television network’s 60 Minutes news program.

“And (consensus is) that we shouldn’t worry about the deficit next year or even the year after; that short term, the most important thing is that we avoid a deepening recession.”

The “consensus” of which Mr. Obama speaks of course is comprised solely of practitioners of a pseudo-science, which, without conclusive or even qualified argument, and without accountability, itself simply steadfastly supports perpetuation of a process which can only multiply artificial sums of debt all the further, until we succumb to a terminal sum of debt.

Obama’s campaign slogan pledged that he wanted us to believe in his ability to change Washington, he wanted us to believe, under his presidency, in ours.

There is of course no more appropriate or vital area of concern than the people’s right and ability to solve the present monetary issues. Where then will we see the manifestation of this pledge?

I frankly don’t know what would compel the man to pursue real solution. All evidence regarding my attempts to convey solution to the Obama Campaign and Transition team may be obstructed by “economic” insiders, who obviously can stand no challenge to the course they will stay, particularly if real solution is upheld by irrefutable arguments.

There is but one solution nonetheless to inflation, deflation, and inherent, irreversible multiplication of debt by interest. Given that solution either cannot reach our president to be, or that he cannot or will not assimilate it, let’s do the math of his proposed course.

The Gross Domestic Product is supposed to be $1 trillion. The federal government is already piling up a $1 trillion in deficits. So the prospect of “bailing out” a system which can only multiply debt ever further, is to increase the deficits, accumulating yet further debt on the federal side of the ledger. So, at the eleventh hour of the finite lifespan of an “economy” which, for the unearned benefit of a few, can only multiply debt in proportion to the sustaining circulation, we are going to contribute to the rate of multiplication.

Smart move? Absolutely not. What are the ramifications?

The whole reason “credit is drying up” however, is the system of exploitation inherently comprises two simultaneous processes, one of deflation, and one of replenishing the circulation of the deflationary process.

When the replenishing aspect cannot be performed to the equivalent of the deflationary aspect, “credit dries up,” and we go under. How does this happen; and is it even possible to recover from a terminal manifestation of conditions which make it impractical to loan sufficiently to maintain a vital circulation?

First of all, what are these necessarily simultaneous deflationary and replenishing aspects?

A central banking system principally usurps the role of real creditor, to impose a currency in which the central bank issues the debtor’s promise to pay, and charges the debtor and subject system infinitely, for the issuance of those promises. Not only does this not contribute to the integrity of the promises, the arrangement itself guarantees the promises eventually cannot be fulfilled.

The currency of such a system thus is introduced to circulation as a debt subject to interest. With the full obligation of every such “debt” thus being comprised of principal and interest, there is a perpetual deflationary aspect of the circulation in which more than exists in circulation as principal is paid out of circulation in the way of principal and interest. Thus the constant deflationary aspect depletes the circulation of more circulation than exists, and so, because the principal and interest both must exist at some time if the resultant obligations are to be repaid altogether, and because it is not even possible to service the resultant obligations if a vital circulation is not maintained, an equal replenishing aspect must exist, with this being comprised of re-borrowing whatever principal and interest is paid out of the general circulation; and with this re-borrowing thus perpetually increasing the sum of debt so much as periodic interest on the ever greater sum of debt.

Thus the sum of debt increases at an inherently escalating rate, until such a sum exists that even the entire circulation would be dedicated singularly to servicing debt. None then remains to sustain the industry; but as industry has obligatory costs as well, the maximum practical lifespan of every such system falls short of a maximum possible lifespan, in which the whole circulation would be dedicated to servicing debt.

Thus it is in these final stages of the finite lifespan of every such system that the replenishing aspect cannot be performed to the equivalent of the deflationary aspect. Why not? Because, to maintain the circulation to that point in the lifespan, we have borrowed so much that the sum of debt already taxes us to our limits.

Obama and his “consensus” of exploitation are hoping instead that imposing further debt upon you will serve you. But at the brink of failure under already terminal sums of debt, you either rectify the system, or you suffer collapse.

Transforming the present system into mathematically perfected economy? on the other hand will a)?cost us nothing; b)?apply interest paid so far against principal (vastly reducing the sum of debt); c)?refinance all debt without interest and to a schedule of payment equal to the rate of depreciation/consumption (reducing payments against existent debt approximately 12 fold, and eliminating inflation/deflation); and d)?make illimitable funding available to sustain further industry, versus continuing the expatriation and destruction of existing industry.

The only question is rhetorical: whether our true power to rectify Washington still exists.

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Monday, November 17th, 2008

What should concern us is who stands in the way of solution, and why.

mike montagne

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2008 APPEAL TO OBAMA TRANSITION TEAM ??RE: 60 MINUTES AND MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY?

Dear Mr. Obama,

I watched your interview on 60 minutes just last night, and quote you regarding our monetary crisis, to say, “My interest is in finding solution.”

I am afraid your Economic Policy Team “may be” purposely obstructing my efforts to propose absolute, immediate monetary solution directly to you; and to establish a record indicating whether you yourself concur in evading that proposition, I write you once again, still actually hoping for a genuine answer. I hope then that whomever receives this attempt on your behalf, will be so thoughtful as to submit it directly to your evaluation.

The people you are appointing, ostensibly to right an inherently flawed fundamental process, will never do so, because they are the very principals of a system which not only exploits our country (as we certainly see), but because in perpetuation their intended graft, they perpetuate a process which inherently exploits its subjects to an ever escalating, inherently terminal degree (as we also see).

In other words sir, as Thomas Jefferson said in quite similar terms, we can only maintain a circulation subject to that process of multiplying, terminal exploitation, by re-borrowing principal and interest paid out of the general circulation, as subsequent sums of debt, perpetually increased by so much as periodic interest on an ever increasing sum of debt. An inevitable sum of debt therefore, Mr. Obama, is terminal.

The very perpetrators of the intended exploitation will of course only perpetuate their process. Yet obviously, so long as that process exists, it is terminal, because it inherently and inevitably multiplies debt in proportion to the sustaining circulation until the costs of servicing the escalating sum of debt exceed us.

You are not going to fool any intelligent person sir, by allowing the people at fault for this imposed system to perpetuate its wrongful and criminal existence. I provided the Reagan Administration with computer models which not only projected his tripling of the previous national debt of our country. The primary purpose of those models was to calculate the maximum possible lifespan of any purported economy subject to this abominable process. You can still download the models (complete with source code, to evaluate its logic) from our web pages. Moreover, you can run early 1980s data ??accounting for necessary reductions in interest (to extend the lifespan of the present implementation as much as possible) ??and you too will come up with a maximum practical lifespan for the present implementation, ending under terminal sums of debt at approximately 2010 AD.

We are now in the death throes of that implementation, Mr. Obama. Experimenting with the further preservation of that unjustifiable system will only impose greater suffering. The only useful purpose of that experiment then sir, is to perpetuate the crime, for the benefit of the criminals.

In this system of purportedly free markets, which you evidently presume to be just, the things you call markets are not free at all: they are subject to perpetual dispossession by irreversible multiplication of debt, to the unearned benefit of the mere publishers of a privatized, terminal currency.

Those criminals merely intervene upon the natural relationship of true creditor and potential debtors, pretending to be the real creditor only by the facade that our promises to pay *each other* must be issued by them, at of course virtually no cost whatever to the usurper. In other words, if Person A builds a $100,000 home with a hundred-year lifespan, Person B might enter into a natural arrangement with Person A, in which they might pay for the home as they consume of it, thus solving inflation and deflation; eliminating shortage of necessary circulation to sustain the payment of the debt; and further solving inherent, irreversible, terminal multiplication of the debt by extrinsic parties which have no interest or innate role in the transaction whatever.

The interest these criminals thus impose makes it impossible to solve inflation and deflation, because more must be paid out of circulation in respect to the subject property than the whole value of the property. Moreover, it is these very costs of perpetual multiplication of artificial sums of debt which is responsible for price inflation, for the subject industry is compelled to service the escalating multiplication of debt even as it perpetually infringes on margins of solubility. Further still, it is the proportional, inherent, irreversible and terminal multiplication of debt which ultimately destroys credit-worthiness, and (as we see) makes it impossible either to justify loaning further, or borrowing further, because we cannot service any further artificial multiplication of the original debts.

The federal government has already abused the American People far beyond the bounds of reasonability and accountability, by retaining this system upon us. Make yourself a credible representative of the people by experimenting with solution, instead of perpetuating this incredible, criminal graft.

There is one and one only integral solution to the categoric faults of the unwarranted system which has been imposed upon us. Those faults are 1)?inflation and deflation, 2)?systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property, and 3)?inherent, irreversible, terminal multiplication of debt by interest. That system sir, has already imposed one artificial, first Great Depression. It will now impose another, unless you *allow us* to rectify its terminal, unjustifiable, *and purposed* faults.

Inflation and deflation (1) are only solved sir by maintaining a circulation which is at all times equal to the remaining value of the wealth it is intended to represent ??and (of course) by maintaining *such* a circulation as *can* wholly be dedicated to *that* purpose (versus servicing artificial, terminal escalation of the actual debt).

Inherent, irreversible, terminal multiplication of debt in proportion to the sustaining circulation (3) is only solved by eradication of interest.

Systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property (2) is only solved by the combined, integral solutions of the first and third irregularities.

This singular integral solution is what I have called since 1975, “mathematically perfected economy?.” What would be the ramifications of mathematically perfected economy? then?

In the case of our same $100,000 home with a 100-year lifespan, the people of this country or the world would pay off their debt at the overall rate of $1,000 per year, or $83.33 per month.

How many of the 10,000 homes per day going into foreclosure right now sir, would be lost, or would tax their owners unnecessarily, unjustifiably, and terminally, if we re-financed all debt under mathematically perfected economy??

You know the answer to that Mr. Obama. So you know that we could arrest monetary failure in a single day, simply by suspending payments against all existent debt until we installed or adopted the modest infrastructures which would refinance their artificial obligations under mathematically perfected economy? ??which *is* of course, the only sustainable course.

I worked out this solution in the 1970s. If you should be so prescient as to pave the way to our realization of its singular potential to serve us, our country and the world would be eternally grateful.

Mr. Jefferson put it this way: “If the American people *ever* allow the banks to issue their currency, the banks and [bank owned] corporations which *will* grow up around them *will* deprive the people of all property *until* their children wake *homeless* on the continent their fathers conquered.”

You are about to preside over the that day sir; and your presidency will certainly be measured by whether you truly pursued solution, or in fact evaded its irrefutable arguments.

To the *real* solution of these imposed irregularities then sir, I am dedicated most sincerely,

mike montagne ??founder, PEOPLE For Mathematically Perfected Economy?

Visit http://www.change.gov/page/s/yourvision to pressure the Obama Transition Team to adopt mathematically perfected economy?.

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Monday, November 17th, 2008

What should concern us is who stands in the way of solution, and why.

mike montagne

RESPONSE TO ICH ??THE PROBLEM IS NOT DEBT!

The following article responds to comments on the Information Clearing House, Naomi Klein article, “Wall Street’s Bailout is a Trillion-Dollar Crime Scene.” You will see in the comments that I made several other responses. This response is to the following quote:

“The solutions to all our problems of debt could be solved with one clear edict… Impose a permanent moratorium on all debt concerning home ownership, supply each human being who has no home with a home, and wars will end, no mortgages will be necessary, and we will live our lives trying to make the Earth a better place for all, including all other species that share life along our own.

Jean-Louis Robert”

[end, anonymously posted quote]

The problem is not debt.

There’s a huge faction on the web who now hold to this flawed idea. Many of them descend directly or indirectly from the so called Debt Virus theory, which was stolen from my work by an “author” (Jaikaran) who doesn’t even understand the process so much as to associate blame with cause, versus consequence.

The first page of “Jaikaran’s” book borrows my “Parable of Perfect Economy,” not even understanding it is not actual history (in its entirety), and only obfuscating it so much as to try not to appear to plagiarize. Evidently, he leaves his readers so confused that they assume too that debt is the issue. As a consequence, many further false authorities associate the present specter of insoluble debt with fractional reserve policy, or the fact money is debt. Neither Jaikaran or his readers solved the problem; and even as he so obviously studied the solution in my work, Jaikaran so misunderstood the fact of a singular solution that he could not even sufficiently convey it to his readers.

The answer is not socialism (as suggested by the quote), and the fault of the monetary system is not debt.

We must ascertain the fault if we are to rectify the system. Many people assert it is impossible to perfect a monetary system. Why, or why not?

I spent practically 15 years at this question, at first realizing that obviously we can perfect certain aspects, and ultimately realizing that in fact any historical monetary system has but few powers to subvert the natural laws we would abide by if it were not that such systems are *always* imposed upon us for the purpose of exploitation, exercised through 3 classes of categoric faults: 1) inflation and deflation, 2) systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property, and 3) inherent, irreversible, terminal multiplication of debt by interest.

All iniquities of these historic systems of exploitation belong to these three classes of categoric faults, because the only powers these systems have are to bastardize the circulation upward or downward ([1] inflation/deflation), and to obligate us to maintain a circulation by re-borrowing principal and interest as subsequent sums of debt, which therefore are perpetually increased so much as periodic interest on an ever increasing sum of debt, until such a sum of debt exists that we can no longer afford to service it ([3] inherent, irreversible, terminal multiplication of debt by interest).

As systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property is imposed by any possible *combination* of the first and third faults then, a monetary system can be perfected by simply solving inflation and deflation, and inherent, irreversible, terminal multiplication of debt by interest.

So then, mathematically perfected economy is simply the solution of inflation and deflation, and eradication of interest.

Adversaries of solution (or the confused) immediately mutter, well then, who is going to loan money into circulation if it is not subject to interest?

No one, because no one needs to borrow money into circulation *from someone else*; and this is what my Parable of Perfect Economy was about (see our pages).

In nature, the person who buys a $100,000 home with a hundred-year lifespan ??who does not have the money to do so ??may enter into an arrangement with its producer (who, in all cases is the true creditor). The producer thus may *elect* to accept their promise to pay (”note”).

What you have in the so called Federal Reserve System, World Bank, IMF, or any central bank of the world, is a system where a third party which produces nothing *and is not the real creditor at all* intervenes unnaturally upon the same transaction, simply saying in effect that no promise to pay is any good unless it is issued on their paper.

This “money changer” or usurer thus simply issues the promise to pay *at no cost to itself*, but charges us interest *as if* there were earned wealth or risk at stake. No such risk exists of course, because as soon as the money changer recoups the costs of the paper (if any), there is no possibility of loss. Uniformly then, they multiply their unearned profit many times *in the very first payment against a debt, which, from its very beginning is multiplied above the related property.

We can readily know this is an intended obfuscation then from the very structure of the “central banking” system itself. Why/how?

The word, “central” is the principal clue: by surrounding a “central” bank with satellite banks which act in fact as middlemen, the central bank creates the facade that earned wealth is at risk: the middlemen have in fact borrowed “money” (which is assumed wrongly to represent *earned* [risked] wealth *in all cases*) from the central bank… and therefore *are at risk* if the obligation cannot be repaid.

But this is not the *actual* risk of the so called “financial” system; and so we see these facts manifested *today* in the failure of the middlemen, and inherent survival of the so-called central bank ??which in fact are two very different things, even as we refer to them as banks.

So the solution of our problem(s) hinges on just two things: eradication of interest; and solution of inflation and deflation (which are impossible to solve, without eradication of interest, because interest requires that we pay out of the circulation, more than the value of the related property).

How do we solve inflation and deflation?

Simple: both together are solved by a singular prescription/schedule of payment, which, at all times and in all cases, maintains a circulation which is equal to the remaining value of the related wealth.

So a $100,000 home with a hundred-year lifespan for instance is paid off at the overall rate of $1,000 per year or $83.33 per month.

Now, if you read my yesterday’s blog, you’d see in the videos that Dennis Kucinich and others are interrogating Neel Kashkari of the Treasury Department, who pledges that the Treasury (in administering the bailout funds) is passionate about applying the real solution to the real problem.

Those who are reading these pages will immediately intuit this to be a lie. But why *explicitly* is it a lie?

It is *explicitly* a lie because even Mr. Kucinich has received *many* propositions of mathematically perfected economy; and thus because the powers that be are only *evading* culpability by this facade of interrogation.

How many of the 10,000 homes a day going into foreclosure would be lost if we eliminated these usurpers from representative government, that we could pay debts free of perpetually multiplied unearned profit, to each other?

None of course; and in fact, we would *immediately* have approximately/overall, something like 12x the spendable income we do now ??with no other change whatever.

So I show how to do this in one day in our page, “If I Were President…” (which is a *singular* process of absolute solution, which I worked out in the mid 1970s).

The problem then, is that the imposed currency inherently, irreversibly multiplies debt into terminal debt ??further making the one solution to both circulatory and price inflation/deflation impossible.

What inherently drives up the cost of all things?

Artificial multiplication of debt on the subject industry, which is obligated to service the artificial multiplication of debt.

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Sunday, November 16th, 2008

Imagine that you are designing the first combustion engine:

A prototype finally starts. It sputters; it coughs. It stumbles.

You envisioned smooth delivery of power ??efficient power. Your very initial objective was to achieve full possible power. So is an engine to cough? Is an engine barely to run?

No one would ever have built a decent engine if we exclaimed only how wonderful all the “running” amidst all the first sputtering.

Imposition of a central banking system on true free enterprise runs quite the opposite course. It takes a free running engine and irreversibly multiplies its debt until it can run no more. That it ran in the first place, that it ran for some time, and that it improved its production at times even faster than usury imposed ever greater oppression is no testament to the ostensible merits of usury; nor does it prove the subject commerce can sustain itself against the multiplying costs of debt forever.

In fact commerce is finite; and a system which can only multiply debt in proportion to commerce can only eventually exceed the capacity of finite commerce to support infinite, irreversible multiplication of debt in proportion to a circulation. Indeed, as ever more of such a circulation must be dedicated to servicing the multiplying debt, ever less of the circulation remains to sustain commerce.

The inherent collapse of a central banking system therefore approaches at an ever escalating rate, as the subject commerce struggles against all the malignant consequences of servicing perpetual multiplication of debt in proportion to the potential commerce which can survive to do so.

What should concern us is who stands in the way of solution, and why.

mike montagne

RESPONSE TO KUCINICH, BILBRAY, DODD, KASHKARI, HEARINGS ON ARRESTING FORECLOSURES

Infowars has posted a page with several videos showing Dennis Kucinich (D-OH, Chair) and Elijah Cummings (D-Maryland) of the Oversight Subcommittee on Domestic Policy, grilling Neel Kashkari of the Treasury Department about the handling of purported bailout funds, and the prospect there is going to be any tangible positive benefit of any potential policy changes/improvements. They ask questions about issues such as “negative equity,” which of course are ultimate consequences of price inflation and *intended* escalation of multiplication of debt. But the hearing raises no question which would exact the nature of the problem.

The following link opens the InfoWars page in a separate tab/window (comments I post to InfoWars regularly do not appear on their pages):

http://www.infowars.com/?p=6001&cp=all#comments

This is the page to which my comments respond, but I also embed the YouTube videos:

Elijah Cummings asks Neel Kashkari if he is a chump to AIG, which has given out 503 million dollars in bonuses, while taking 154 billion in taxpayer funds:

General questioning by Kucinich, which after establishing the background, questions what fundamental will solve any of the problems. In fact Kucinich is stating the conditions which require mathematically perfected economy?. He asks Kashkari what they are doing that is going to avoid a Tsunami of further foreclosures? What are they doing about negative equity? (There is nothing they can do; so they aren’t solving *anything*.):

Kucinich asks if the Secretary of the Treasury (Paulson) is even listening to Kashkari. Kashkari begs for an opportunity to give examples of how he is helping home owners, telling us that (if the system had its way) we would suffer even worse. Kucinich corrects Kashkari, who claims the Secretary (Paulson) is passionate about helping home owners, while in fact he has sent a signal to banks to do what they want with the money, and the bailout is virtually not going to help home owners at all:

Brian Bilbray (R-California) testifies that the federal government is very inefficient about managing such assets. Kashkari describes some hair-brained scheme “to attract private” capital to the rescue (which of course means 1) using the same circulation which should be committed to something else; and 2) *further indebtedness*):

Kucinich nails Kashkari, asking who he is really working for:

Kucinich questions preparation of testimony preceded the Treasury Departments subversion of the bailout act. Kashkari responds with ambiguous, unqualified claims of accomplishment and dedication… what he cares about, etc.. Kucinich replies that Paulson appears to have gutted the act and sent signals to banks that the foreclosure crisis isn’t something the bailout is necessarily even concerned about. Kucinich asks, “Hello, are we in a different universe here?” How do you reconcile the policy reversals?:

Senator Chris Dodd (D-Connecticut) questions Kashkari that banks receiving the bailout funds are actually using them to buy other banks:

Senator Chris Dodd (D-Connecticut) questions Kashkari about whatever techniques may be successful at arresting foreclosures. Kashkari responds he is passionate about doing so. But of course, all this could be arrested immediately by transitioning to mathematically perfected economy?. He CLAIMS to be looking for comprehensive solutions. Dodd reminds him every day of delay means another 10,000 foreclosures. Kashkari claims to understand the sense of urgency. But of course, we could stop all the foreclosures if he weren’t *more passionate* about exploitation:

RESPONSE TO INFOWARS PAGE (NOT PUBLISHED BY INFOWARS HOURS AFTER POSTED)

While to his credit, Mr. Kucinich exercises a serious posture, no one here is getting at the meat of the matter.

The reason there is a “crisis” is the imposed system inherently multiplies debt by ever escalating increments of ever greater periodic interest on an ever greater sum of debt. The crisis therefore is comprises of *inevitable* conditions, produce by a system which from its inception was intended to exploit the people as much as possible. While of course that process serves the people in no way whatsoever (because we who produce our production are the real creditors [being as we accept paper/whatever] can issue our own promises to pay without cost to extrinsic parties who produce nothing [the privatized “monetary” system]), its fault is that the underlying process, so long as it exists, is both irreversible and inevitably terminal.

How so?

So long as we maintain a circulation subject to this intended “privatization” of the people’s debts to each other (which merely imposes an extrinsic party as if they are the creditor), whatever we pay to the usurpers in the way of principal and interest must be re-borrowed as subsequent sums of debt, perpetually increased so much as periodic interest. So long as we maintain a circulation then, this process is irreversible; and, characteristically then, the inherent, irreversible multiplication indeed escalates by ever greater increments of ever greater sums of periodic interest on an ever greater sum of debt.

So, what are the questions we need to be asking?

  1. What is the present *credit* crisis comprised of?

    The crisis is the ultimate and inevitable culmination of a process which inherently and irreversibly multiplies debt in proportion to the circulation, until we can no longer afford to service the resultant sum of debt, and the system collapses. It is *an inherently terminal* system; and the only way to avoid its inevitable termination is to eliminate the *artificial* multiplication of debt.

  2. Why aren’t the banks lending?

    The banks *can’t* lend any more *because the system itself destroys credit-worthiness*; it destroys credit-worthiness to an ever greater degree across its limited lifespan; and ultimately, at the end of its life cycle, credit-worthiness is completely destroyed by a sum of indebtedness which we can no longer afford to service. In other words, the fact the banks are not lending itself is a testament of the critical fault of their system of exploitation. It is not justified in the least degree, because they are not the real creditors; but it is certainly one of the greatest crimes in history that *twice* we have allowed this illegitimate system to terminate “the world’s” “economies.”

  3. Is this juncture not inevitable unless we perfect the system of inherent multiplication of debt?

    Absolutely this juncture is inevitable. I provided computer models to the Reagan Administration in 1983 which calculated the maximum possible lifespan of any such system, and which projected that the terminal accumulation of debt would occur at approximately 2010 AD.

  4. What is the consequence of the present destruction of *credit worthiness*?

    So the system itself has destroyed credit-worthiness… and the present hearings are no more than a side show, unless they address the meat of the matter, which is this process of inherent multiplication of debt. But the consequence of arrested lending itself is the potential death knell of the system, because to maintain a *vital* circulation, we *absolutely must* not only be able to borrow perpetually, but at a perpetually escalating rate. To deny us this sole means of replenishing the circulation therefore means that surviving industry will absolutely be deprived of the circulation which is vital to sustaining itself against its obligation to service the sum of debt.

Denied that sole means of replenishing the circulation, the curtain will fall. Quite possibly before Obama takes office (not that he’s planning anything fundamentally different, and capable of saving us).

BUT THERE IS a solution; and I provided it to the Reagan Administration as well. On our page, “If I Were President…” I lay out exactly how to arrest the monetary in a day, and how to establish mathematically perfected economy in no more time than required to adopt existing infrastructures to manage the accounts of the people under mathematically perfected economy.

I will take on all naysayers here or elsewhere. Why Alex hasn’t had me on the show I don’t know, but I do know many people have asked him. Maybe Alex can disprove there is one and one only solution to 1) inflation and deflation, 2) systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property, and 3) inherent, irreversible, terminal multiplication of debt by interest.

These of course *are* all our problems. I published the solution in 1979. It’s available to Mr. Obama right now, and if I were anyone here who is truly concerned with rectification, I’d be visiting our pages at least, and putting the pressure on the president-elect to adopt mathematically perfected economy immediately.

As for Mr. Kashkari, he is as phony as phony gets. I wish I could answer each of these questions with its solution from the chair next to him. Mr. Kucinich, when are you going to have me testify in Washington?

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Thursday, November 13th, 2008

What should concern us is who stands in the way of solution, and why.

mike montagne

MATHEMATICALLY PERFECTED ECONOMY? AND GLOBAL WARMING

A politician who shall remain un-named, writes:

A former global warming denier should not be in charge of the fight against climate change.

Global climate change is perhaps the greatest challenge of our generation. What we do (or don’t do) affects not only our nation but the world.

You might think that, with a new president poised to take office, we’re in a great position to take serious action to address climate change. Unfortunately, a grizzled legislator named John Dingell, known as the “Congressman from General Motors,” is standing in our way.

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Obviously, the author is about to tell on his foes within government ??that we are leaving foxes/rats in charge of the hen house.

Of course, because we can only know a tree by its fruit, it matters little that we may swap foxes for rats or vice versa. So my reply means to test this by raising what we do and do not know yet that we may or may not have to solve (which is to determine explicitly what we have to solve); the costs of doing whatever we must; and whatever then, altogether, is vital to accomplishing whatever we must.

This of course is standard procedure for engineering/accomplishing solution of any issue; and these of course are the real issues of accomplishing the author’s common initiative. But thus these few vital aspects determine whether the author himself is a fox or rat, because they pose the very test whether the author will take on even one readily solved and even artificial obstruction to his own initiative. After all, his mere one of many problems is an issue we can and would readily solve, if government itself were not our principal obstruction.

In other words, the ostensible representative cannot have and eat his cake too: if he indeed intends to succeed in his initiative, he cannot be parcel to the very thing which obstructs us from succeeding in all such initiatives.

PFMPE? REPLY

This was my reply to his appeal:

Your points are well taken; and while I’m not certain exactly what the gravity of the global warming crisis is, I am well aware it is taking place; in fact friends and I were warning of signs of it before others were.

My proposition to you however is this:

Whether or not we can trace warming to specific emissions/gasses of whatever quantities and sorts, we need to throw credible science at this right away ? not biases from one side or the other of credible arguments, but concrete, certain science. From that of course, we have to draw credible, immediate plans. At the end of an expedited such process, we should have a concrete perspective of where man-caused warming falls within a whole, potentially even larger scheme of global pollution.

What I’m getting at is this:

We have technology and capacities to treat many of our problems already. But for one reason or another, we are not willing or we are not able to implement that technology.

Furthermore, we have some unexercised capacity to develop and deploy further technology; and likewise, we are either not willing or we are not able to implement that technology.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist then, to ascertain how we have to go about this.

Why might we not be able to implement present and further technology?

Whatever our actual, natural limits, the only reason we “cannot” achieve what we are even prepared to do, is we can’t afford to.

Now, why are a people who even presently demonstrate they are capable of achieving something in all other necessary respects, simply obstructed from doing so by such exceedingly unnatural events as paying lifetime after lifetime for homes the same people produced by but a few months of work?

There is one and one reason only of course; and that is the purposed irregularities which have been imposed upon them for the purpose of their exploitation.

Even more critical however, is the fact that system of exploitation accomplishes its purposes by irreversible multiplication of debt *in proportion* to the potential for us to service debt: merely to maintain a vital circulation, we are compelled to perpetually re-borrow principal and interest as subsequent sums of debt, with the sum of debt thus inherently increasing at escalating rates of ever greater sums of periodic interest on an ever greater sum of debt.

In other words, Mr. [politician’s name], tomorrow, for a wholly artificial process of exploitation, we will be less “able” to afford the things we must do than we are today.

So, Mr. [politician’s name], I tell you that if you are not ready to advocate mathematically perfected economy?, the fact of what we cannot afford to do already demonstrates you are neglecting a key piece.

Promote mathematically perfected economy? on the other hand, and we *will* succeed in everything we can and should succeed in, because only mathematically perfected economy? can and will sustain our capabilities.

After all, we are faced with the artificial specter of world-wide monetary failure, while we *will* remain as capable and willing to render production from available resources as we were the day before the curtain fell ??and you’re the very people dropping the curtain.

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“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)

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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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