43-second video: monetary, credit reform realizes this public transportation

ET3 develops leading-edge research for the public transportation that can be fully-funded with credit and monetary reform. This 43-second video shows their evacuated tube transport system with top speeds of 4,000 mph. Monetary reform creates money for direct payment of public goods and services; funding employment for infrastructure investment. This creates triple benefits of full-employment, […]

US National Debt tripled since 2001: learn, demand monetary reform

I wrote of Claremont Colleges’ conference on credit and monetary reform, emphasized in importance from CNSNews noting escalation of US national debt to nearly triple its total from 2001 ($5.7 to $15.7 trillion). Monetary and credit reform can be understood with three simple areas of facts taught in basic economics: The US does not have […]

Carl Herman explains working with criminal 1%: two UN Summits, monetary reform

The first 47 minutes of this video from Claremont Colleges’ Center for Process Studies’ conference, “Money-Creation in a Finite World,” is Carl Herman’s presentation to explain how credit and monetary reform, and their trillions of dollars in annual benefits for Americans, are only possible when the 1%’s criminals who manage this system are removed from power. This conclusion […]

Federal Reserve, national debt nearly defeated during Great Depression; let’s finish this now

Monetary reform is a fundamental shift in how America creates money. The shift is from a Robber Baron-era design of banks creating credit to lend to us at interest and ever-increasing debt, to our community (government) creating it for the direct payment of public goods and services. The benefits of monetary reform are full employment as government […]

If government created money instead of debt: America’s brightest historical minds speak

source: Carl Herman, Examiner.com The US suffers from debt-damned economics: a Robber Baron-era paradigm whereby the harder Americans work, the more in debt we collectively descend. The reason is public confusion between “money” (which the US does not create and use to facilitate trade) and “debt/credit” (which our government says is “money” and what is […]

Money of, by, for the Corporations or Money of, by, for the People?

The vast majority of people can see that the financially powerful are taking advantage of the weak. The real battle has been over whether the creation of money will be private or public, and how to define money.

3-minute video: comedians Clarke and Dawe "explain" the European/American debt crisis

source with video. The following video artfully shows the ridiculous “modern” monetary system of nations creating national “debt supplies” rather than “money supplies.” To understand the mechanics of this problem and the obvious solutions, read, “Either pay the national debt with monetary reform or kiss your assets goodbye.”   For my academic explanation of our […]

American Monetary Institute (AMI): History of money, monetary reform, and public action. 6 of 6

The American Monetary Institute is the world’s leading organization for understanding monetary history and how to reform monetary policy. These six articles reprint AMI’s principle information, available at AMI’s website, with their express permission to share widely:  Explaining the need for monetary reform: the heart of our economic crisis Monetary history: synopsis of Stephen Zarlenga’s […]

American Monetary Institute (AMI): History of money, monetary reform, and public action. 5 of 6

author engages in comments at source. The American Monetary Institute is the world’s leading organization for understanding monetary history and how to reform monetary policy. These six articles reprint AMI’s principle information, available at AMI’s website, with their express permission to share widely:  Explaining the need for monetary reform: the heart of our economic crisis […]