A Proposed Congressional Joint Resolution for Peace and Prosperity

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This proposal to the US Congress opens the road to Peace and Prosperity. Is anything else more needed in this world? One proposal has been endorsed by the renowned MIT Professor Noam Chomsky; the other by the Fed. Keep in mind that the Fed has strenuously kept the world of politics away from its operations; this is a proposal that the Fed, quite properly, wants to come from "state and federal representatives."

Do study these proposals. Participate in the discussion. They are fundamental; they go to the root of things.

They are not going to be approved by Congress if few people endorse them. The US Congress is going to pass these resolutions, and thus set the world on the path to fundamental change, if they do in fact express the collective mind of We the People.

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A Proposed Congressional Joint Resolution for Peace and Prosperity

Background on Resolution for Peace

Professor Noam Chomsky has examined the proposed steps for peace with North Korea and, in a personal communication to the writer of November 18, 2017 has found them to contain ”Good ideas, and feasible I think.”

The proposed steps are designed to unblock the current dangerous deadlock with North Korea. They are outlined in two essays titled respectively “A Modest Proposal for Peace” and “Why Don't We Hear This Question: What Does Kim Jong-un, North Korea's Supreme Commander, Want?”

They were published here .

and here .

The pivotal portion of this proposal is the suggestion that private citizens become guarantors of the peace, thus regaining powers and responsibilities they exercised in olden times before governments monopolized all the public energy of private citizens.

Background on Resolution for Prosperity

A document that gathered together four essays published in Mother Pelican: A Journal of Solidarity and Sustainability during the course of the year was presented to Dr. Janet L. Yellen, chair of the Federal Reserve System on December 15, 2015. This document, titled “Two Proposals in the Form of Two Petitions Designed to Stabilize the Monetary System,” can be found here: https://1drv.ms/w/s!AgFxYQBpjmMFihywiz_G_fkJWeWO,

The four essays included in the document were titled respectively

  • “The World of Economics Since 2008”;

  • “(Rationale of Two Petitions): Curb the “Animal Spirits” of Mankind?”;

  • “Expected Effects of Two Petitions”; and

  • “Toward a Systematic Reduction of Debt.”

These essays were republished in Econintersect here, here, here, and here. Econintersect is one of the Top 100 Websites for Enlightened Economists. Both Mother Pelican and Econintersect have published numerous other articles by the writer.

In a second letter to the writer dated September 14, 2016, Ms. Jean Durr, of the Public Affairs Office of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, suggested that these proposals should be presented by “state and federal representatives.”

The implementation of the proposed reform in the operation of the Fed will not avert the incoming financial crisis, unless it is joined by the Jubilee Solution concerning outstanding debt. The implementation of this reform will, however, dissolve the severity of the incoming crisis. Let the behemoths of international finance fall one after the other, if credit is available to Main Street through local banks, the stability of the monetary system of the nation will be secured.

Local bankers thus become the arbiters of a fully decentralized monetary policy.

More. From a 5000-year-old paradigm in which money controls people (the rich no less than the poor), with the implementation of this proposal we pass to an intellectual and practical paradigm in which people control money.

Since these recommendations are based on a universal monetary policy, all nations of the world are invited at the earliest possible moment to adapt to their needs these rules for the creation and distribution of money.

For a full evaluation of these proposals, please see the writer’s work on Concordian economics, Somism, and Relationalism.

It is recommended that both resolutions be passed in rapid succession and at the earliest possible time.


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