Published on NESARA.org:
What is money? What is the purpose for money? Do we need money? Is money wealth? To fix a problem you must first understand foundations. The articles in this section are designed to help you understand the foundations for NESARA. The articles are designed to be read sequentially. By no means are you required to read the articles in the order presented, but the reward of doing so will become obvious to serious students. Simply follow the Yellow Brick Road at the end of each article. Please help yourself to a new and fresh perspective about money:
Currency as Debt – A New Theory of Money:
- An Introduction: Part 1 of 9;
- Three New Monetary Concepts;
- Public Utility;
- A Practical Application of the Concept of Virtual Wealth, Part 1 of 7;
- Back to the Basics;
National Economic Stabilization and Recovery Act NESARAS.org:
- Homepage: A Legislative Proposal for Monetary and Fiscal Policy Reform, Support the NESARA Monetary Rights Movement, Get off the bench and into the game!
- Introduction: Those people in Washington who write the complex tangle of rules by which the economy operates have, over the last twenty years, rigged the game—by design and default—to favor the privileged, the powerful and the influential. At the expense of everyone else …
- A New Course: What is Draining the Swamp about? Do you ever feel like the little kid in the back of the room? You know the answer, keep waving your hand, but nobody ever calls on you? People are angry with politics-as-usual. They are tired of worthless political promises and weary of endless discussions and debates over the color of a fresh coat of paint to hide America’s problems. They want intelligent action and they want it now …
- Rabbits: Rumor – The Real NESARA;
- Articles and Information;
- Contacts; Sponsored by the NESARA Institute, 23805 Greenwell Springs Rd., Greenwell Springs, Louisiana 70739, USA, (225) 445–0623.
NESARA on en.wikipedia … (is) a set of economic reforms suggested during the 1990s by Harvey Francis Barnard. Barnard claimed that the proposals, which included replacing the income tax with a national sales tax (see also FairTax), abolishing compound interest on secured loans, and returning to a bimetallic currency, would result in 0% inflation and a more stable economy. The proposals were never introduced before Congress. NESARA has since become better known as the subject of a cult-like conspiracy theory promoted by Shaini Candace Goodwin, who claimed that the act was actually passed with additional provisions as the National Economic Security and Reformation Act, and then suppressed by the George W. Bush administration and the Supreme Court. Other people have adopted and embellished Goodwin’s ideas … (full long text).