BILL TO CORRECT MONEY CREATION IN USA IS PASSED BY HOUSE BY 289 VOTES TO 60; Goldsborough Measure Directs Reserve Board to Control Credit and Currency.This is an impressive document. It articulates policy without specifying details. It articulates:
I've been reading Gorham Munson's SC book, Aladdin's Lamp: The Wealth of the American People (1945), and it seems to me that perhaps the best way of explaining and of selling Social Credit to Trump & Co., and perhaps also to the American people, is to put it like this: the US has a fiscal policy (determined by the government of the day) and a monetary policy (determined by the Fed), what it does not have is a National Financial Policy determined by the American State. Without a National Financial Policy, America cannot be a fully sovereign and independent country. A National Financial Policy, properly designed and administered, would ensure that the country's financial system, i.e., its banking, cost accountancy, and tax systems, might serve the common interests of each citizen in the best possible way. Populism? Yes! "Make America Great Again" by taking back the power over the country's over-arching financial policy that has been surrendered to private, self-serving interests.
These two recent blog entries might serve as introductions: