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Old 03-25-2009, 01:55 AM
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could the extended use of these local currencies be the answer?

YouTube - Community Currency Overview

YouTube - Local Currencies - Replacing Scarcity with Trust

YouTube - BerkShares Local Currency on CBS (2007)
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Old 03-25-2009, 08:38 PM
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I have mentioned Worgl script on another thread as well as Guernsey. I have certainly advocated local currencies for several reasons. The first reason is most money systems installed by the banking cartel are central banks that create money as a debt as mentioned in the second video. The other problem is in large trading blocks small communities can be drained of a major currency and be unable to trade with each other even though labor and material exists as was the case in Guernsey. Ireland is now suffering this effect with the Euro.


If I had to choose between a break through in fusion enegy and a world that understood what money is and what it means to creat money at a debt I would have to give up the fusion energy.
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Old 03-26-2009, 05:46 PM
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yes that would work! but then the big power elite won't get their multi-billion dollar paychecks so it will never happen. John F Kennedy wanted to return us to the silver/gold standard. He was killed. Look up into it.
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