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[PFMPE] Prospects and Prescription of Mathematically Perfected Economy
18 Mar 2002
Modified: 19 Mar 2002
Mathematically perfected economy: Singular prescription for true free enterprise, and full, unimpeded prosperity. (See online version for article, complete with images.)

Monday, March 18, 2002

[PFMPE] Prospects and Prescription of Mathematically Perfected Economy

Mathematically perfected economy: Singular prescription for true free enterprise, and full, unimpeded prosperity. (See online version for article, complete with images.)


"Our lives begin to end, the day we become silent about things that matter."

Martin Luther King

The whole purpose of representative government is free coexistence, on equal terms. Classes and privilege, particularly where welded to government establishment, are entirely inconsistent with representation intended to render just coexistence. Abuse of power itself is known by degree of obstruction to free and equal coexistence. The more severe the iniquity, the greater the oppression.

When a government imposes a "financial" system upon its people which forces them to pay lifetimes, generation upon generation, for the very homes they produce themselves by a few months' work; When a government imposes a "financial" system which, by perpetually multiplied financial leverage, is capable alone of installing political representatives perpetually favorable to further maldistribution of wealth and power by that system, to the ever greater detriment of the people; When the ostensible principles of that system are not subject to vigorous public debate and obvious, due repeal; When a government imposes a "financial" system which spreads its oppression to further nations, there too above true accountability to their people; and, When a government conspires with peers in abuse of power across the world, to spread "financial" systems across the world which further multiply unearned and undeserved takings from diverse people by multiplication of debt so severe, the abuse imposes upon the world itself, the brink of collapse under insoluble debt, there is no question abuse of power is great.

The perpetually multiplying accumulation of wealth by usury is manifested largely by the nuance of "interest" being withdrawn from circulation, and, that to retain the vital circulation, interest must be borrowed back as perpetually increases subsequent debt so much as periodic interest. Payments against debt must be re-borrowed as new debt. Payments against interest increase the sum of debt, in proportion to the circulation, or commerce which can be sustained by it.

This ever-multiplied, unearned profit is largely responsible for all further maldistribution of wealth from those who produce it. Consequent debt, diminished credit-worthiness, and ever-more-overwhelming costs of debt service under a circulation characteristically far less than production, further preclude, to a huge degree, the much greater prosperity we are otherwise capable of.

Mathematically perfected economy is little more than elimination of interest in lieu of a singular charge, equal to the value of actual financial services rendered.

The currency of mathematically perfected economy is purely a token of value. Rather than being issued by the privilege of private profiteers, it is issued and regulated by mutual consent of the public itself, without profit, that it may be purely a token of value, and that as a token of value, it replicates the natural processes of true free enterprise.

To replicate the processes of true free enterprise, it is only necessary to synchronize payment of debt with rate of consumption, that in trade, every producer receives equal to their production.

Beyond this, mathematically perfected economy is merely to provide adequate circulation, that all possible commerce can be sustained. The quantity of circulation necessary to sustain trade of all production is equal to the production itself. No circulation comes into existence without creation of equivalent production. The value of the circulation is comprised directly of, and without obstruction of procuring, the value of the production it immutably represents.

How then is prosperity financed so as currency, and the regulation of a circulation, replicate true free enterprise?

In the case of a $100,000 home with a hundred year lifespan, the cost of the home is paid to the producer with a debt assumed by the possessor. The debt is paid off at the rate of consumption which is $1,000 per year, or $83 per month.

Across all time, and in every case, the system requires debtors pay against their consumption of production, with an equal measure of production, earned by way of an immutable currency available in exactly the quantity necessary to do so. Everyone pays for their consumption with, and only with, an equal measure of production.

Inflation and deflation are impossible, as the circulation is at all times equal to the current value of production. All debt can be paid off with the circulation. All production can be procured and traded without impediment by the circulation. Debt is not multiplied at all by interest.

The cost of new money is only the cost of qualifying credit-worthiness. The money serves as a token of value; and its value is constituted by the very production for which it is issued.

Where all unindebted assets and services may be financed to their full value, every respect of true free enterprise is replicated, with the sole additional cost of maintaining a universal circulation being qualification of credit-worthiness, and accounting for payment.

Society maintains and enforces the system, and assures compliance of debtors 1. There is no risk to, nor reliance upon, any private creditor whatever.

By funding government likewise, here too, all costs of interest are avoided. True government services, rendered for proper costs, cost the people only production equivalent to what they receive of such services. By attaching taxes to consumption directly reflecting consumption of government services 2, tremendous overhead is eliminated. By taxing only for what is rendered, and to whom it is rendered, loopholes to government abuse of taxation are sealed. Taxes such as income tax, capital gains tax, property tax, and inheritance tax are entirely without justification.

Extrinsic cost, perpetual multiplication of all costs, homelessness, unemployment, underemployment, instability, preclusion of prosperity, recession, depression, and insoluble debt imposed by the usury of the present world's central banking systems are unimposed by mathematically perfected economy.

What kind of society should find true free enterprise undesirable is difficult to conceive, as its very pattern is the unimpeded human intention of necessarily fair trade.

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."

"If this mischievous financial policy, which has its origin in the American Republic, shall become permanent, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debt. It will have all the money necessary to carry on its commerce. It will become prosperous without precedent in the history of the world. The brains and the wealth of all countries will go to America. That government must be destroyed or it will destroy every monarchy on the globe."

Hazard Circular London Times, exposing the Bank of England's reasons to establish a central bank here, and referring to the original United States' resistance to a central bank "economy" or circulation subject to usury.

"A country voting each for the self determines a subclass few of them will truly belong to, prevailing at the cost of the rest. Even a country voting for the good of all determines a good country only if it votes so well. It is incumbent on the wise to spread word of real solution."

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19 Mar 2002
This is ant-semitism at its scariest. If you check out the web page, it essentially says Mulsims and Christians are good because they forbid the practice of lending money, and Jews are bad because they lend money to people who are willing to borrow it (and pay interest).

Sounds like this guy is bitter because he couldn't get a mortgage or he racked up $30,000 in credit card debt and now can't pay it off. Do you really expect anyone to lend money for free? Who would invest the time and money to build a $100,000 house, and then be willing to accept $83 per month for it over 100 years? No one is forcing anyone to buy it and take out a mortgage, but at 83$ per month, don't you think someone will say, "Hey! I am willing to pay 84$!" then 85 and so on, until they reach market value, which in Boston might be $700 per month?

The vice of envy makes many people hate bankers- until they need a loan.