Found this web site interesting. I dont know if it would work , but does bring up some good points.
" In “Working Girl,” that wonderful film about exploited “little guys” taking back their power, we hear an anecdote that’s relevant to our
current financial fix. The story goes that a truck was stuck under an overpass, and none of the authorities called to the scene could figure out a way
to get the truck through the tunnel. A little girl in a car that was stalled in line came up with the simple and perfect solution: let some of the air
out of the truck’s tires.
Simplicity is usually the place to go for right answers. Our current manipulated financial crisis could actually be actually be solved by very simple
simple solution. Let the excess air out of the financial system: the “fresh air” that modern money is mostly made of. Loans that have been
generated based on false money (numbers generated on paper checks by banks, money that doesn’t exist) should be considered false loans that need not
be paid back.
With this simple new policy, every nation’s national debt would disappear. Personal debt would disappear. Home debt would disappear. We would all be
left with what we have, own and use, and it would be legally recognized as ours, not as the property of a bank. National debts would be forgiven
because the money given to nations for loans never really existed in the first place.
We would wipe the slate clean and start back at zero. The cash currently in the hands of the public would be the last that is printed. Lending would
cease, unless it could be done in greenbacks. Here’s an alternative solution: create bluebacks, a new currency, and make that the new medium of
exchange, distributing $10,000 of it as “starter” to every American adult.
We’re told the economy will grind to a halt and a massive depression ensue if the government doesn’t bail out banks so they can keep on lending
money. Why? That makes no sense. Why is the ability to lend considered the measure for a healthy economy? Our problem exists because of excess
lending. Why is lending necessary to an economy, especially one that’s sick because it’s had way too much of it?
It’s a lie being told us to scare us into thinking we have to accept the scalping they have planned for us with the government bank bailout. Why is
human productivity and the exchange of goods and service (the essence of “economy”) dependent on lending? Where is the harm if people produce and
trade with the real products they have and can create, instead of trading with the fake fresh-air money the banks give in loans? The very nonexistent
money that has caused our crisis?
How is lending more nonexistent money, or buying up debts of nonexistent money and charging taxpayers for them, going to solve the root of the
problem, which is the nonexistent money itself? This “solution” is tantamount to a person who has a bank after them for failure to pay on a loan
“solving” their problem by making the delinquent loan payment to the bank with a credit card. The banks won’t allow people to do that, because
it’s clearly not a solution at all, just a forestalling of the problem. But now on the national level, we’re supposed to accept a similar solution
as the panacea that will “save the economy.”
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© Bronte Baxter 2008