Good Summary Of Benefits Of New Monetary Paradigm

Integrating the new monetary paradigm of Direct and Reciprocal Monetary Gifting and its policies into the current monopolistic monetary paradigm of Debt Only is what will enable us to unite and accomplish all of the liberal progressive reforms we all have worked for over the years.

For instance, a 50% Discount/Rebate policy at the point of retail sale effectively changes the chronic inflationary nature of capitalist economies…into BENEFICIAL price and asset DE-flation. If you empirically end ANY possibility of inflation the entire libertarian/conservative argument against fiscal deficits goes “POOF”. …and funding of every necessary social, economic and ecological reform is consequently enabled.

Pair a $1000/mo. universal dividend with the 50% Discount/Rebate policy for everyone 18 years of age and older guarantees them $2000/mo. worth of purchasing power FOR LIFE, which would make the payroll taxes every working person and every enterprise pays for welfare, unemployment insurance and even for social security redundent and thus would enable us to eliminate them, paving the way for the integration of the interests of business and consumers/workers and ending the political gridlock that prevents such UNIVERSAL benefit.

Pair the above two policies with a second discount/debt jubilee policy at the point of loan signing of 25% for every loan and 50% for every big ticket loan for any green product like solar panels, EVs and home battery storage…and you could begin a green consumer product upswell…instead of ignoring the necessity of such reality for another 50 years.

Our social, economic, political and ecological problems are ALL kept in suspension by the current monopolistic paradigm. Change that, and you change the world.

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