From: Project Humanbeingsfirst.org
To: American Monetary Institute [ http://www.monetary.org/ ]
Cc: Ellen Brown [ http://www.webofdebt.com/ ]
Date: August 24, 2010
Subject: Refocussing Monetary Reform Agenda from the WHY and the WHAT to the HOW
Dear Sirs and Madams at AMI,
In response to your 6th annual monetary reform advocacy conference 2010 which will once again traverse the familiar grounds of WHY the need for monetary reform, and to replace it with WHAT, FYI, the following refers to the real challenges to such reforms which I hope can be made the focus of your conference instead:
FLASHBACK: The Missing Link of Monetary Reform – How? By Zahir Ebrahim
Such a refocus in your august forum with many more rebellious stellar minds examining the issues will squarely betray the necessity of not pursuing misanthropic “effects” in isolation for reform, of which the present monetary system of legal debt enslavement is one such effect. It will be acutely realized that shrewdly homing into the common primemover cause behind all the misanthropic effects – the real DNA which stays hidden in plainsight leaving its effects the focus of attention by the 'malcontents' – can have more efficacy than idealistically chasing the Holy Grail of The Ten Commandments. Even Moses couldn't change a thing with his lofty moralizing.
The HOW to pursue reform given the all pervasive oligarchic rule with its unstoppable impetus for world government – a rule which hides behind the mask of elected peoples' representatives who in turn afford it legal cover, permit it to hide its vast wealth in tax-exempt foundations with which it formulates and enacts into law its preferred policies, underwrites social and scientific research in its preferred direction, and molds public opinion with its vast ownership of the news media and the myth-making infotainment industry – is the core unanswered reform challenge for plebeians rising to disaffirm and disarm the oligarchic rule.
Without the pursuit of the HOW in the face of these ground realities, the monetary reform agenda will continue to remain stillborn, a platitudinous run on the treadmill of inefficacy, just as it has been for the past 100 years.