Debt-free Money

May You Live in Interesting Times

The New Zealand “lock-down” so far seems OK for those of us enjoying lovely early Autumn days and time for home jobs. The city is remarkably quiet.

An occasional train and bus go by and there are much fewer cars on the roads. Few airliners pass over. There is little noise from nearby houses.

For anyone seeing beyond the lies and contradictions of conventional economic theory this moment could be considered an insight into the real civilisation that is potentially possible. For the present, pensions and welfare benefits are being paid and many others are receiving a minimum income. This is not to deny that the government has acted quite stupidly with aspects of its disease containment, relying heavily on computer modelling, and many businesses face closure. The stress for those affected must be appalling. On the first night of the lockdown police (and likely military) helicopters were overhead for several hours. Normally, (that’s if modern life can be called normal) police helicopters will be around in the wee hours once or twice a week. But not this past fortnight. Have the small-time criminals taken a holiday? Unlike in some countries we are, for now, permitted to take walks (and drive to nearby supermarkets). There are more families out walking or cycling than during a normal weekend or holiday. In the now pagan west there are almost no calm and restful holidays. Those times are filled with endless group sports and noisy low-quality “entertainment” and bustling shopping malls.

I’ve jokingly told a few people the government is finally partially implementing some advice Malcolm Muggeridge gave thirty or so years ago which is that we should close the media, universities and schools for five years to give us a chance to get our commonsense back. If only, and there are other worries for some. Friends with perfectly healthy unvaccinated children worry that the State, with its newly expanded powers, will try to enforce a compulsory and untested vaccine (they are all untested) on them. The only really useful financial advice being offered down-under comes from a small Douglas Social Credit political party which suggests the government-owned Reserve Bank create and issue debt-free the money for these payments rather than go cap in hand to the racketeering international banks, who, in any case create what they loan but then burden us forever with more un-repayable debt along with interest. During the latter part of the 1930s Great Depression this government used that facility to fund considerable infrastructure and build about 30,000 State houses, and for several decades to guarantee more realistic prices for farm production.

Social Credit* was the term given to a movement that emerged in the 1920s and ‘30s from the investigation and writings on banking and the operation of money in the modern economy of a British engineer Cliff Douglas. Douglas analysed the role of money in the production system and distribution (purchasing by consumers) of such, showing clearly that as labour was replaced by increasing mechanisation there developed an increasing gap between the total costs of production, which must be recovered in prices, and total purchasing power issued to consumers. Among the conclusions of his investigation it emerged that it is the insufficiency of total purchasing power, in relation to production costs within a nation, that is the primary driver of the huge insatiable need to find export markets.
*The recent adoption of the term social credit by the Chinese & some other governments has an entirely different meaning and purpose.

Professor Michael Hudson of the University of Missouri, Kansas is suggesting a write-off of most of the world’s debt which would be good but it doesn’t go far enough in that it still ignores the enormous potential for widespread social advancement that labour-replacing technology offers if we can get our minds around a direct payment of incomes (purchasing power) to consumers whether they are employed or not.

Crazy, God-hating, Marxist-style ideology aside, the environmental movement has been correct to highlight the damage done by unnecessary over-production, much of it with deliberately build-in obsolescence. But that movement dismisses anyone who wants to properly investigate and highlight the shortcomings within the debt banking/financial system in favour of various social reforms and never-ending additional centralisation of political and economic power, with the resultant monopolisation and globalisation of most of the economic system. Conventional-style full employment is unnecessary and harmful in the face of modern labour-saving technology. Full employment as a policy is puritanical and long outdated and has reduced untold millions of people to unnecessary wage slavery.

Long ago increasing automation could have lead to increasing personal freedom and creativity. But the almost all-powerful money-power (international banking) and the promoted illusion that money is wealth, instead of an accounting mechanism that almost perfectly works to allow co-operative communal input into the production system, has hindered this.
When the nature of money is understood better it becomes quite easy to see how the replacement of labour with new technology like robotics can be welcomed as a social advance allowing greater personal economic freedom. A simply and equal payment for example to all citizens of a nation - a sort of disbursement of income that the robots don’t need - reflecting the replacement of full employment by machinery and allowing all of that society’s desired production to be bought, would be easy to do.
It wasn’t so long ago when it seemed that the globalist New World (dis) order agenda seemed unstoppable. But Russia, partially re-Christianised and partially restored to an independent and almost self-reliant empire focusing on it’s own independence, said NO. The NWO fanatics have lied and mass-murdered their way to their objective of a culture-less and nation-less anti-human global pigsty. But far from getting everything their own way, despite their control of global banking, the big media and publishing, “entertainment”, academia and medical training and over-drugged populations, they face the fact that people of sound mind want to belong to families and communities and retain the security and historic cultures that can only survive when the nation-state is stable and free.

It seemed through the 1990’s that Russia was a spent force on the edge of total collapse. Russians who could were leaving. Around sixty percent of Russians and Ukrainians lived below the poverty line. The global mafia had taken ownership of all the former large State industries. Hundreds of thousands of younger women had been tricked into leaving and then physically forced into heroin addition and prostitution around the world - some cold-bloodedly murdered when they wouldn’t cooperate. Russian children, as Putin himself has mentioned, could be found in western European brothels and the governments there looked the other way.
But Russia is no longer in that low state and over the last 20 years has significantly restored it’s historic nationalism, military strength and regained considerable economic independence, sufficient to have blocked the global Zionist planned destruction of Syria and Iran as happened to Iraq and Libya. A wise fellow was once asked what should a nation do if it decides to stand against the world financial power. He replied they should first arm themselves to the teeth.
Russia, whether by wise understanding or simply in response to the regular threat of military attack has done that and has developed some very modern weapons that cannot be stopped by existing American defences. And in contrast to the modern pagan West’s total disregard of foreign civilian casualties Russian authorities even named several homeland US military bases they would destroy if attacked and have threatened that if any missiles are fired at Russia the response will be brutal and aimed at the bases from which those missiles were fired. That is clever and humane. Clever because it puts the personnel at those bases in a sticky situation if they are ordered to fire on Russia; and humane because it’s an attempt to avoid or minimise civilian casualties.

There is a stupid (though kind of understandable) liberal idea that so long as we are just really nice to everyone this will stop conflicts and bring about world peace. But it is nonsense. We should be kind and patient but also acknowledge the existence of conscious evil. This was once taken for granted in more religious times. Some people plot murders and wars and live by lies. The great Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s advice was to “live not by lies”.

Thanks for reading and God bless, Bill Daly
PO Box 20752, Glen Eden, Auckland, New Zealand

Sustaining the Bull

Talking up sustainable is very fashionable.
As a buzzword it is easy to slip into any sentence.

... everyone does it and everyone assumes they know what things should be considered as sustainable, and what things should not.

But just ask them to define sustainability, or search it up on the internet, and you'll get all kinds of rhetoric about the environment and how we have to look after it - in the midst of our business (mostly as usual). Appealing as that sounds it is too general and convenient to be useful. In reality the environment will continue anyway, no matter what gets done to it. Suggestions of this kind leave the fox still in charge of the hen-house.
Smarter definitions shift the emphasis to an ecological argument, and there we begin to encounter the conflict between sustainability and economic pursuit. How much disruption is too much? How do we distinguish the disease from its symptoms?

The truth is a battleground of lies:

Nowhere is this more true that than when it comes to the kinds of economic pillage and plundering that relies upon people's ignorance. The larger the pursuit the easier it is to build a buffer of deceit and confusion around it.
Throughout the 60s to 90s the Left counteracted the Right with the story of ‘labour’. It had unions to demand better conditions for the working class. Since then however that particular spring of inspiration has all but dried up and the Right has saturated every corner of the world and our lives with its neoliberal agenda.
To counteract the Right, and it must be counteracted, the Left must now drill a deeper well for its core truth: it must sharpen up and make the story of ‘sustainability’ its own. That story it should be noted, won’t just restrain the Right but by becoming a science it will contain it entirely.

The window of opportunity for doing this is being closed, as fast as people's indifference and confusion permits. Maybe just two generations remain, depending on how fast A-I (artificial intelligence) spreads across the workplace. Eventually UBI[ 2 ] (universal basic income) will be accepted as necessary and thereafter personal financial independence will dwindle, followed by reduced property ownership.
This is not conjecture, it is all set out in the UN's own Agenda 2030 [ 1 } documentation.
What is not specified however is the means to be used for managing the milieu in such a world. Considering the means by which that agenda is being manifested, it would be naive to imagine that it won't continue in much the same manner: media propaganda, violence, oppression, and starvation.

Global vs. local, as a strategy:

The SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) and the Agenda 2030 strategies, like their parent apparent (the United Nations), are seductive in rhetoric but flawed at the fundamental core of their philosophic/ spiritual conception. The counter-strategy is going to require people to work together in new ways: to form self-organising, cooperative-supporting, agrarian-based local-regional economies founded upon the axioms of true sustainability.

To bring that story to the untroubled masses and help them to make it their own is a difficult task. To advance that process the Landbase Project was conceived.

The Landbase Project:

A rural training centre for running live-in courses based on the observation that a growing number of people are, or would do given the opportunity, moving from the city to a more rural living circumstance.
This project is still in the planning stages. Courses will cover training in the structure of sustainability, involvement in practical aspects of self-provisioning, and access to related resources and support.
To be kept up to date please click ☐ Landbase when registering for our (occasional) newsletter, Landsakes!

Defining sustainability

Sustainability is not a goal in life, it is the form of life itself.

For more in-depth on the background issues, please read our feature article: What is Sustainability?

See also:

  1. Welcome to 2030
  2. What is the Precariat
  3. The Abundance Manifesto
  4. What is Sustainability

InPower Recharging

The Heart of the Matter

An organisation-wide update, 17 February 2018.

For background see: Inpower

We realise that there are rumours that InPower is dormant, or has even ‘gone away’, due to the seeming inactivity. This is FAR from the truth. We have been working hard to prepare for a major promotional push of the Notice of Liability (NoL) process. This preparation had to go back to starting with a proper foundation, in order to “build the house on the rock” so that WHEN the storm comes, it will stand. Last summer when we released the NoL and simultaneously did promotional pieces with Dr. Mercola and other groups, we were overwhelmed by the response. This showed that we were not prepared for what will be coming.

But in that influx of responses, some very astute and capable people joined the movement, and have stayed. We have gone through a re-structuring of the leadership of InPower Movement, in obedience to Divine order, to get the correct people into positions to build ‘the house’ so that it can accomplish all that needs to happen. To this end, we temporarily stopped all promotions and interviews, until we could get in proper order.
From the outside it may look like we’ve gone silent or gone away, but know that WE ARE HERE. Since getting in order, and without any promo, the movement is picking up momentum, like a locomotive, and groups are joining every week across North America, and now also overseas.

UN 2030 Agenda

Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Following hard on the compound failings of the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) comes the UN’s latest rebuild of their Agenda 21: their 2030 Agenda

A few points to bear in mind when reading this ‘feel-good’ speech from the pulpit of the Development industry.

  1. Development in these terms equates to imposing the Western economic financial model on other cultures – a model which fosters increasing poverty, inequality and the loss of democracy and rights, etc wherever it is already well established.
  2. Sustainable development‘ has, in practice, already been proven impossible; a conveniently ever-retreating mirage. Why? Because sustainability implies a circle in time and development implies an arrow in time. Possibly, this oxymoron of mutually contradictory vectors might be incorporated into a term such as ‘developable sustainment‘, but economists generally don’t have that much imagination.
  3. That one’s dollar income is being presented as the real measure of one’s quality of life reflects the indoctrination of a bank-based agenda that wishes to implant it institutionalisation worldwide.

Excerpts …


This Agenda is a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity. It also seeks to strengthen universal peace in larger freedom. We recognise that eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty, is the greatest global challenge and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development. All countries and all stakeholders, acting in collaborative partnership, will implement this plan. We are resolved to free the human race from the tyranny of poverty and want and to heal and secure our planet. We are determined to take the bold and transformative steps which are urgently needed to shift the world onto a sustainable and resilient path. As we embark on this collective journey, we pledge that no one will be left behind. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals and 169 targets which we are announcing today demonstrate the scale and ambition of this new universal Agenda.

They seek to build on the Millennium Development Goals and complete what these did not achieve. They seek to realize the human rights of all and to achieve gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls. They are integrated and indivisible and balance the three dimensions of sustainable development: the economic, social and environmental.

Sustainable Development Goals

  • Goal 1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere
  • Goal 2. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
  • Goal 3. Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
  • Goal 4. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
  • Goal 5. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
  • Goal 6. Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
  • Goal 7. Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
  • Goal 8. Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
  • Goal 9. Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
  • Goal 10. Reduce inequality within and among countries
  • Goal 11. Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
  • Goal 12. Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
  • Goal 13. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts*
  • Goal 14. Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
  • Goal 15. Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss
  • Goal 16. Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels
  • Goal 17. Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development

Source: | website
ownload: Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Publication)

Further reading: The United Nations 2030 Agenda decoded: It’s a blueprint for the global enslavement of humanity under the boot of corporate masters

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