When elementary math proves what we call “economy” only multiplies redundant costliness into terminal sums of falsified debt, then subjects of a grave ruse have failed to apprehend terms which meant so much to mislead them. Lacking rectified definitions, still we deny ourselves the words even to appropriately contemplate whatever might save us. mathematically perfected economy™ (MPE™) [definition]
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absolute consensual representation™ : 1 : an irrefutable, exceptionless fact of consensual representation, upholding every principal which is necessary to a common and therefore entirely uniform justice and liberty, the fact of which therefore is born out by facts : a) of meeting every inherent public mandate or necessity of one common justice; b) of provision of every prospectively conducive conduit for public participation, invalidation, or perfection of an inherently just government; c) of public affirmation of every reasonable juncture of the development, passage, or enforcement of inherently just government; and d) of sufficient, regular, periodic re-affirmation of every conducive process thereof; 2 : inherently absolute solution of any aberration from absolute consensual
artificial sustention, artificial continuation : 1 : artificially, and inherently only temporarily sustaining an interest-bearing monetary system beyond its actual maximum practical lifespan, the means of which include a) decreasing causative rates of interest from presumed justified rates; b) continuing to accumulate artificial indebtedness beyond the subjects’ capacity to service artificial debt; c) replenishing or inflating the circulation by means which violate the supposed fundamental principle of borrowing our promissory obligations from mere publishers of the evidence of those obligations; or d) downwardly re-adjusting or divorcing an accumulation of artificial indebtedness — every means of which exposes the purposes of exploitation and fact the means of exploitation is inherently terminal in a further fact that each means of artificial sustention itself confronts finite limitations, against which it can only pretend to succeed so long as those limitations are yet unexceeded: For instance, federal overspending can only succeed to artificially sustain (replenish) a circulation so long as the subject system can afford to consume the products of federal overspending, while infinite further accumulation of artificial debt beyond an already exceeded capacity to service that artificial debt only further ensures further crime and failure.
banking system : 1 : a network a) generally operating under the guise of legitimate (and usually the only) issuers of credit; b) which on the contrary, b.1) without giving up lawful consideration commensurable to the debts it falsely claims to itself, b.2) which network therefore no more than publishes evidence of our promissory obligations to each other, b.3)which instead comprise obligations to retire payments of principal from circulation; c) all the while then, with the purported banking system no more than pretending this evidence or further representations of our own promissory obligations to each other must be lent to the actual fiduciary issuer; d) with the purported banking system generally imposing interest on the falsified debt as if the further representation of the same promissory obligation of the actual fiduciary issuer had represented the prior possession of the purported banking system; e) and with this falsified imposition of purported interest in turn imposing an implicit obligation to maintain a vital circulation by perpetually re-borrowing principal and interest back into a circulation comprised of some remaining principal; and f) with this obligatory reflation therefore perpetually multiplying a sum of falsified debt into an inevitable failure comprised of wholesale dispossession under a terminal sum of falsified debt; 2 : money changer; 3 : obfuscator of the currency or the promissory obligations of the people; 4 : usury.
capitalism : 1 : a purposed lie, deception, or pretended goal which is impossible to its usually claimed means, and which contrary to intended connotation is mutually exclusive to truly free or private enterprise, yet in which it is said altogether: a.1) that the governing system is economic; b.1) that the means of production and distribution are privately or corporately owned; and c.1) that development is proportionate to the accumulation and reinvestment of profits gained in a free market; while on the contrary: a.2) the usual system of exploitation to which all are subject can only multiply artificial cost and dispossession upon both industry and its consumption, each of which therefore are even only temporarily possible because; b.2) the very purpose and means of the exploitation is to dispossess the subjects by an obligation to maintain a vital circulation in which they must perpetually re-borrow principal and interest until they succumb to terminal artificial indebtedness; b.3) the eventually complete dispossessions of which transfer even purported corporate ownership to perpetrators who produce nothing; c.2) with a concurrently escalating destruction of both markets and margins of solubility ultimately precluding any reinvestment, profit, or development at all; c.3) and which all the while precludes both proportionate return of investment and even the possibility of a truly free market, because from even the beginning the market must pay multiples of its own production for its own production until the escalation of their artificial indebtedness nullifies the entire power and opportunity for the market to consume.
central banking system : 1 : a network in which a) a central bank or conglomeration thereof operates under the guise of legitimate (and usually the only) issuers of credit, even as these purported banks no more than publish evidences of debt and launder this into their possession (as opposed to retiring promissory obligations from circulation as a natural consequence of fulfilling the obligations) by pretending the evidence must be lent to the actual fiduciary issuer; in which network, b) subservient satellite (peripheral) banks comply with these falsified principles, in which compliance, by a margin of purported interest, the peripheral banks share a relative pittance of the vast unearned taking by effectively agreeing to borrow the evidence of our promissory obligations to each other from a mere publisher of the evidence, which in turn obligates the peripheral banks to participate in their own failure by a terminal obligation to service a perpetual escalation of artificial debt in proportion to remaining capacity to pay, even as the subject system therefore inevitably collapses under a terminal sum of artificial indebtedness which makes it impossible for the subject society to persist in fulfillment of the perpetually multiplied artificial obligations, whereupon the peripheral “banking system” fails with the subject society in a default which results in virtually complete defeasance of the society under utter dispossession to the purported central banking system; 2 : money changer; 3 : obfuscator of the currency or the promissory obligations of the people; 4 : usury.
circulation, actual (actual circulation) : 1 : total volume or sum of existing (circulated) currency which may be spent or saved according to the dispossession of each possessor.
circulation, effective (effective circulation) : 1 : an effective volume or sum of circulation comprised of the actual circulation of promissory obligations (representing remaining balances) and a necessary capacity to convert equity into further promissory obligations (with equity therefore being a necessary equivalent to currency in a true, just, and representative economy).
circulation, general (general circulation) : 1 : volume of currency possessed by the general populace as opposed to a purported banking system (as distinguishes the consequences of an implicit obligation to reflate the general circulation); 2 : under the purported banking systems which have been imposed upon the world, that portion of the circulation which is perpetually deflated by payments of principal and interest to the purported banking system, which generally must be returned to the general circulation by a perpetual escalation of further borrowing.
circulation, impeded (impeded circulation) : 1 : an effective circulation which is insufficient all at once to represent and to trade the whole of related wealth, to repay respective monetary obligations, and to sustain the industry which is obliged to do so. An impeded circulation for instance is insufficient to trade or to represent all monetized wealth at once, either by the fault of insufficient volume, and/or by a fault that some part of the circulation has been disposed to servicing an artificial multiplication of debt. A nullified circulation is a circulation which has become entirely dedicated to servicing an artificially multiplied sum of artificial indebtedness.
circulation, mathematically perfected™ : 1 : an “effective circulation,” capable itself of representing, and therefore even of simultaneously sustaining an exchange of all representable property, which effective circulation is always comprised of a remaining volume of existing promissory obligations, less principal retired at perceived rates of consumption or depreciation of each related property, plus the volume of unobligated equity, which, to reflect the desired capacities, must likewise remain ever monetizable into an immediate further circulation of promissory obligations.
circulatory deflation : 1 : a decrease in the circulation relative to the wealth the circulation is obligated to represent.
circulatory inflation : 1 : an increase in the circulation relative to the wealth the circulation is obligated to represent, which increase above a volume of purportedly represented wealth can only be accomplished by violation of the principle of collateralization.
collateralization : 1 : monetizing wealth by strict adherence to a principle in which currency is issued only to an extent validated by a remaining value of the represented property which is not already monetized.
constituents of the system (constituents, constituents of mathematically perfected economy™) : 1 : sovereign signatories, and thus sole participants and directors of a mathematically perfected economy™, whom via representative process determine appropriate, applicable rates of consumption and proprietary determinate lifespans; and whom in their industry and commerce are the self-determined issuers and creditors of the currency of a mathematically perfected economy™, by issuance and acceptance of their own volition, of self-determined, enforced, and unexploited promissory obligations; 2 : owing to mathematically perfected economy™ (bereft of exploitation, and capable of sustaining prosperity without aberration or unwarranted impediment), the only possible constituents of truly free enterprise, and truly free markets.
creditor (true creditor) : 1 : person or entity giving up lawful consideration (legitimately claimed property) of commensurable value for promissory obligations (or “money,” monetizing an actual such contribution to the overall pool of wealth).
credit-worthiness : 1 : a) purported debts to purported central banking systems are falsified in banking’s purposed obfuscation of our promissory obligations to each other, because contemporary banking systems give up no commensurable consideration in a purported creation of money which costs the purported banking system no equal volume of property; b) in the inherent ramifications of which, purported banking systems thus no more than publish further representations of our promissory obligations to each other, in and from which mere fact of publication, no actual debts to the publisher therefore exist; c) while an obligation to pay and to retire principal does however inhere in our promissory obligations to each other then, the only legitimate function of a purported banking system therefore would instead be to retire payments of principal from a circulation which denies no entitlement and imposes no impediment in its unwarranted denial of our right to issue worthy promissory obligations, for fulfillment inherently nullifies a former representation of entitlement and redeemability which only exists until the principal of promissory obligations is paid, which payment in turn releases such a volume of property to the redemption of actual creditors who have in their possession of money therefore given up like volumes of property, and in which singular pattern of just representation therefore, the only legitimate and sustainable forms and quantities of money must perpetually and immutably represent every consistent incident of entitlement by just this cycle of redeemability; d) neither can purported interest be justified in this contemporary obfuscation of our currency then, as no legitimate and necessarily commensurable possession of the purported banking system is ever at stake; e) thus ever afterward, neither is there any legitimate process for laundering either principal or interest into the ever unwarranted possession of purported banking systems, as no legitimate claim to either exits at any time; f) nor can we tolerate these obfuscations then, as the purposed obfuscations of purported banking are inherently terminal, because they impose an implicit, unjustifiable, and wholly unnecessary obligation to maintain a vital circulation by perpetually borrowing interest and principal back into the general possession of industry and commerce, with a sum of falsified debt therefore perpetually and irreversibly increasing by so much as periodic interest on an ever greater sum of falsified debt until an inevitably terminal sum of debt both exceeds an inherently diminishing capacity to service it, and thus destroys any further “credit-worthiness” to persist in a vital circulation by further borrowing; thus, g) under this purposed and inherently terminal obfuscation of our promissory obligations to each other, “credit-worthiness” is inherently only a temporary and contingent capacity to service a falsified debt subject to unwarranted and unjustifiable interest, which contingent and only temporary capacity is subject to a perpetual escalation of falsified debt upon the resultant system, until any and every such original capacity is itself inherently nullified by an inevitably terminal sum of falsified debt; 2 : in an inevitable restoration of our universal right to issue unexploited promissory obligations under a mathematically perfected economy™ then, “credit-worthiness” is inherently a capacity to pay and thus to retire principal at the rate of consumption over the proprietary determinate lifespan (PDL) of the related property (also see the more appropriate term, “issue-worthiness”).
currency, disposition of (disposition of money) : 1 : however much of a unit or sum of currency which is devoted to the public’s intended purposes of representing wealth as opposed to exploitation’s purpose of servicing a perpetually escalated sum of artificial indebtedness.
currency (money) : 1 : ostensibly lawful tokenization of wealth, naturally and necessarily intended by a subject populace to immutably represent respective wealth, that it can serve the purposes of immutable reward for production and an immutable power to exchange to exchange the tokenized value of just such wealth thereafter; 2 : subversion of the natural and necessary purposes of currency for the purpose of exploitation, generally achieved by obfuscations in which a) promissory obligations are misconstrued to be owed to mere publishers of our promissory obligations to each other; in which b) instead of retiring payment or fulfillment of the promissory obligation according to the natural commitments of promissory obligations, the payments are laundered into the possession of the mere publisher of the obligation; and in which c) interest is misconstrued to be justified by what is actually no more than a risk of the mere costs of publication; in which d) a further unjustified fact of interest inherently and irreversibly multiplies a sum of artificial debt in proportion to capacity to pay, as the unwitting subjects of such a system of exploitation are implicitly obligated to maintain a vital circulation by perpetually re-borrowing principal and interest paid out of the general circulation, and with this perpetual re-borrowing thus perpetually increasing the sum of debt by so much as periodic interest on an ever greater sum of debt, until the unwitting subjects succumb to a terminal sum of artificial indebtedness.
deflation : 1 : a decrease in circulation per represented wealth.
deflation, effective : 1 : an increase in the proportional disposition of a circulation toward servicing a multiplication of artificial indebtedness as opposed to the intended purpose of representing respective wealth, and freedom to exchange that wealth.
depreciation, de-escalated : 1 : a decreasing rate of depreciation intended to match the perceived consumption of property over its lifespan, and thus to predicate a schedule of payment by which the remaining principal of such a promissory obligation will at every point of the lifespan generally represent the perceived remaining value of the property at that moment of the lifespan. The following graphs illustrate linear depreciation and various rates of de-escalated depreciation over a hundred year life-cycle:
NOTE: The Linear rate or Percentage Reduction of Currency does not determine original or subsequent value of the related property, the builder / producer determines value; “buyer + seller”, based upon materials, quality, workmanship etc, which may include any subsequent additional value attributed to the related property, before a proprietary determinate life span can be applied or reapplied.
( SEE: proprietary determinate lifespan )
depreciation, linear (overall) : 1 : expression of an overall rate of depreciation as determined by dividing original value by lifespan.
dispositional aberration, corruption, or impropriety : 1 : any subversion of the representation of money, which in spending money, dedicates some portion to unintended purposes of the spender (with every such deviation therefore inherently corrupting the dispositional means of monetary representation [if an average of ninety-percent of every unit of currency is dedicated to servicing an escalation of falsified indebtedness, only ten-percent of every unit is disposed to the intentions of the spender]); 2 : maldisposition (see definition); 3 : one of two potential classes of impropriety in any potential monetary system (dispositional and volumetric).
dispossession : 1 : confiscation and obstruction of the production of wealth by the unwarranted means of the present systems of exploitation.
divestocracy : 1 : a usurpation not only of government, but generally also of media and strategically important industry and related positions, all of which are important, if not indispensable to an unwarrantable overall goal of a generally vast, unnatural dispossession; which pejorative breadth of the generally unofficial usurpation is omnipotently fueled by a magnitude of unjustifiable dispossession which is unrightfully acquired, generally by a privatized obfuscation of currency in which falsified debts are subject to unwarranted interest; with an implicit obligation to maintain a vital circulation compelling perpetual reflation by borrowing obfuscated principal and unwarranted interest back into a vital circulation; with reflation of the obfuscated principal re-constituting prior accumulations of falsified debt; with an obligatory, perpetual reflation of obfuscated principal thus making it mathematically impossible to pay down any prior sum of falsified debt; with a sum of falsified debt therefore increasing at inherently escalating rates of ever greater sums of periodic interest related to an ever greater sum of falsified debt; with an implicit, otherwise unnatural obligation to reflate an obfuscated circulation thus multiplying a sum of falsified debt not only as a vehicle of dispossession, but in proportion to a remaining capacity to service obfuscated debt from a circulation which nevertheless needs to sustain the industry and commerce upon which the burdens of the escalating sum of falsified debt are saddled; with persistence in the obfuscated currency therefore inevitably precipitating in terminal dispossession and monetary failure; and therefore with the related events of ever-mounting, inevitably terminal conditions in turn compelling desolating, parallel divestitures of truth, opportunity, representation, and justice, that a perpetual breach of rightful authority can continue to pursue the original objects of monetary injustice, even in the midst of inevitably terminal failure; 2 : a necessarily global denial of justice and true free enterprise for these purposes; 3 : “globalism” (archaic, ambiguous).
economist, modern, Austrian : 1 : modern economist : to expound a pseudo science, bereft of proof and theorem, and so opposed to its pretended intent as to promote unearned taking and redundant multiplication of costliness as merits, even where this unearned taking is subject to terminal systemic exploitation which itself can only eventually defeat the practitioner’s like intent; 2 : Austrian economist : further deviation of the same bent, variously claiming not only without mathematic analysis, but by intentional exclusion of all mathematic evidence and argument to the contrary as a free license to assert without accountability: a.1) that mathematics cannot account for indeterminate behavior, and therefore is not rightly applicable to an “economics” which in turn is wholly unanswerable to math; a.2) even as “economics” is no more than accounting; a.3) even as fundamental mathematic techniques regularly account for diverse indeterminate factors upon which many far more challenging endeavors likewise depend; a.4) and even as the purposed faults which “Austrian economics” thus gives itself free license to claim instead, on the contrary impose limitations upon the behavior which the behavior instead is required to meet; b) thus notoriously claiming further that interest’s only opposition descends from mere religious sentimentality which therefore has no potential credibility whatever (Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk, 1851-1914); c.1) that a combined preservation of “banking” at elevated rates of interest and an ostensible return to a precious metal monetary standard would have prevented the present multiplication of insoluble debt; c.2) even as elevated rates of interest only require further re-borrowing to maintain a vital circulation, which only escalates its multiplication of artificial indebtedness into terminal debt; d.1) further claiming that gold has always and therefore even uniformly resulted in complete monetary rectitude; d.2) even as gold has no power whatever to produce such effects; and d.3) even as gold suffers a conflicting history numbering its consequences among the greatest disruptions of human history; and thus even claiming likewise e) to intend to end the so called Federal Reserve System by preserving the very powers to launder principal into pretended bankers’ possession, and to subject the laundered principal to interest for no more risk than the costs of publishing our promissory obligations — which are the only powers and the very cause of the failure which has been imposed upon us; 3 : a generally practically inconceivable extreme of hypocrisy and pseudo science against the very goals and nomenclature claimed.
economy : 1 : maximal enablement of prosperity by absolute absence of redundant cost; 2 : in general practice, a system of exploitation which can only multiply redundant artificial cost upon unwitting subjects to their eventual complete dispossession; 3 : a pseudo science contrived to disinform that purposes and means of terminal dispossession serve us.
exploitation, system of : 1 : generally an interest-bearing monetary system in which the entire circulation is based on a purposed obfuscation of debt in which a) mere publishers of evidence of a promissory obligation launder the obligations into their possession; and b) thereupon presume to impose interest; which c) is misconstrued to be justified by what is actually no more than a risk of the mere costs of publication; d) which in turn inherently and irreversibly multiplies a sum of artificial debt in proportion to capacity to pay; as e) the unwitting subjects of such a system of exploitation are implicitly obligated to maintain a vital circulation by perpetually re-borrowing principal and interest paid out of the general circulation; and f) with this perpetual re-borrowing thus perpetually increasing the sum of debt by so much as periodic interest on an ever greater sum of debt; until g) the unwitting subjects succumb to a terminal sum of artificial indebtedness and its concurrent dispossession.
fiat : 1 : an exceedingly preposterous proposition that the faults of pretended economy descend not from an obfuscation of the promissory obligation which can only multiply artificial indebtedness into terminal debt, but from the material upon which the perpetrator pretends to be a creditor.
fractional reserve : 1 : an actually unavoidable compromise of pretended redeemability in a precious metal monetary standard subject to interest, in which irreversible multiplication of artificial indebtedness by interest immediately exceeds the principle of collateralization in a perpetual obligation to reflate the circulation by further borrowing, with the escalating sum of artificial indebtedness effectively committing the circulation to many obligations, to a sum of obligation, and to a need to perpetually increase the circulation above precious metal reserves if margins of solubility are to be maintained against this escalation of artificial indebtedness — all of which destroy the very possibility of honoring the pretended redeemability of the currency in a supposed precious metal monetary standard; 2 : a compromising of an ostensible standard which is regularly decried by advocates of interest, even as interest forces the compromise upon the responsible pseudo science; 3 : an inherent consequence of any attempt to restrict usury to a finite standard such as any precious metal monetary standard, because an implicit obligation to reflate a circulation of principal and interest under usury compels perpetual further borrowing; 4 : an inherent consequence of any precious metal monetary standard, owing to inherent deflation in regard to needs to sustain increasing volumes of industry and commerce.
free endeavor, or truly free and just endeavor (formerly “free enterprise”) : 1 : the natural state of prosperity as a consequence of production, which in each and every case is therefore equal and commensurable with production and natural depletion by consumption or depreciation of related property by its possessor(s); 2 : mathematically perfected economy™; 3 : archaic: the original intended meaning of free enterprise.
free enterprise : 1 : a generally assumed capacity or sustainment of prosperity commensurable with endeavor, which in fact is impossible under any obfuscation of promissory obligations which engenders maldisposition; 2 : a generally careless assumption that freedom to produce and to prosper accordingly simply equate to the attempt thereof, which attempt nonetheless is generally subject to obfuscated currencies which deny even the opportunity to prosper so, owing to a perpetual escalation of dispossession by irreversible multiplication of falsified indebtedness which inevitably precipitates even in terminal, systemic failure; 3 : archaic, generally intended reference to free endeavor, or truly free and just endeavor.
free market : 1 : the ostensible freedom, disposition, and ability of industry and markets to resolve just prices and profit for the products of industry, even as no such freedom can exist under an obfuscation of promissory notes which a) instead of retiring payments of principal from circulation, first launders all payment of principal into the possession of mere publishers of the evidence of debt (thus violating the necessary proportions of a circulation which would consistently represent wealth); and which b) thereafter perpetually multiplies the first artificial indebtedness by interest, disposing ever more of the first disproportion to servicing the escalating sum of artificial indebtedness, leaving ever less and eventually none of a remaining circulation to sustain necessary margins of industrial solubility. No matter the ostensible principle therefore, it is ever more defeated and eventually wholly defeated by the present obfuscations of currency.
general circulation : 1 : volume of currency possessed by the general populace as opposed to the purported banking system (as distinguishes the consequences of an implicit obligation to reflate the general circulation); 2 : under the purported banking systems which have been imposed upon the world, that portion of the circulation which is perpetually deflated by payments of principal and interest to the purported banking system, which generally must be returned to the general circulation by a perpetual escalation of further borrowing.
indispensable commitments and relationships of immutable monetary representation : 1 : a perpetual 1:1:1 relationship between a) remaining value of the property represented by a circulation, b) the volume of circulation, and c) a natural commitment to pay just so much for the remaining value of represented property from a circulation of promissory obligations which is fully disposable to this purpose; 2 : the only natural, incumbent, and available means for truly free industry and commerce to sustain immutable representations of property and entitlement without intervention; 3 : singular solution of inflation, deflation, and maldisposition (mathematically perfected economy™).
inflation : 1 : actual circulatory inflation, or an increase in the circulation relative to the wealth the circulation is obligated to represent, which increase above a volume of purportedly represented wealth can only be accomplished by violation of the principle of collateralization, and which increase is falsely said to cause price inflation, which is falsely said to be combated by elevated rates of interest which a) only exacerbate the multiplication of artificial costliness which is the actual cause of price inflation, and which b) only transfer the costs of price inflation to the very perpetrators of the system of exploitation without relieving unwitting subjects of any undesirable cost whatever.
inherent and irreversible multiplication of artificial indebtedness by interest : 1 : an inherent consequence of the obfuscation of currency in a system of exploitation, which perpetually escalates a multiplication of artificial indebtedness by a) forcing unwitting subjects to succeed in servicing monetary obligations perpetually replenishing a circulation which at any time is comprised at most of some remaining principal, and which yet is perpetually deflated by payment of principal and interest out of the general circulation; which b) in turn forces the subjects to perpetually re-borrow principal and interest on an ever greater sum of debt; c) which debt therefore increases at an inherently escalating rate of so much as ever greater sums of periodic interest on an ever greater sum of debt; d) until the unwitting subjects succumb to a terminal sum of insoluble debt.
inherent, perpetual deflation : 1 : perpetual depletion of a circulation subject to purported interest, with the depletion resulting from an obfuscation of promissory obligations which has falsified interest-bearing debt from an inherent obligation to pay and to retire principal from circulation, with an inherently deflationary consequence of this obfuscation therefore being that principal and interest are perpetually paid out of a general circulation which is comprised of only some remaining principal, with this irreversible deflation imposing an implicit obligation to perpetually reflate the circulation by a perpetual escalation of obfuscated, artificially necessitated borrowing, until a terminal sum of falsified debt is imposed upon the subject system.
insoluble debt : 1 : any sum of debt which cannot be fulfilled from the general circulation without further borrowing at an ultimate, inevitable consequence of failure under a terminal sum of debt: under any pretended economy which obfuscates the natural obligations of promissory notes a) first to launder payment of principal into the possession of mere publishers of evidence of debt; and b) secondly to perpetually multiply the initial obligations by interest, the sum of debt is always insoluble, and inevitably terminal.
interest : 1 : a method of perpetually escalated dispossession by perpetual multiplication of artificial indebtedness, exercised by an obfuscation of currency in which the mere publishers of evidence of promissory obligations launder the ; and which therefore, as opposed to comprising an ostensibly permissible rate of usury, on the contrary can only multiply artificial sums of debt not only into usurious sums of interest, but terminal sums of interest; 2 : purposed re-invention of the term usury, intended to pretend that lesser rates of usury produce different ultimate consequences than greater rates of usury.
interest-bearing debt : 1 : debt subject to interest; 2 : particularly an obfuscation of debt in which a mere publisher of evidence of a promissory obligation launders payment of the principal into their possession (instead of retiring principal from circulation in accord with the commitment of a promissory obligation), thereafter claiming this as deserved wealth and ultimately imposing interest upon the actual issuer of the promissory obligation for no more than the costs of publishing an evidence of debt; 3 : an inherently terminal obfuscation of monetization in which circulation is based on a purposed obfuscation of debt in which a) mere publishers of evidence of a promissory obligation launder the obligations into their possession; and b) thereupon presume to impose interest; which c) is misconstrued to be justified by what is actually no more than a risk of the mere costs of publication; d) which in turn inherently and irreversibly multiplies a sum of artificial debt in proportion to capacity to pay; as e) unwitting subjects of this exploitation are implicitly obligated to maintain a vital circulation, sufficient to sustain the industry which therefore is obligated perpetually to pay interest and principal out of a circulation at most comprised of some remaining principal; and f) as it is only possible for them to do so by perpetually re-borrowing principal and interest paid out of the general circulation; g) with this obligation to perpetually re-borrow an otherwise terminal deflation (indispensable reflation) perpetually increasing the sum of debt by so much as periodic interest on an ever greater sum of artificial debt until the unwitting subjects succumb to terminal artificial indebtedness and its resultant completion of their dispossession; 4 : a pretended legal distinction between usury and interest invalidated not only by every historic case, but even as any practical rate of interest which is profitable to a pretended banking system can only multiply initial insoluble debt into terminally usurious sums of debt.
issue-worthiness : 1 : under mathematically perfected economy™, a worthiness of the issuer to service a promissory obligation over the proprietary determinate lifespan of the related property, the certifiability and enforceability of which in turn ensure both redeemability to the ultimate creditor and immutable value of the circulation in a perpetual 1:1:1 relationship between remaining circulation, remaining value of represented property, and remaining obligation to pay the remaining circulation and remaining value of represented property for the remaining value of represented property 2 : a worthiness of this capability or further provision for such a capability to survive the natural conditions to which it may be subject.
justice : 1 : the exercising of one uniform law, bearing equally upon all, and imposing such minimal bounds upon liberty as preclude infringement upon the like rights of others; 2 : uninfringed liberty; 3 : the natural limits of liberty as exist in any collective association; 4 : ultimately, perfect adherence to a perfect, uniform law, comprised of the fewest, least encumbering, incontrovertible principles.
just reward : 1 : compensation for production equal to our own production as determined by agreement (on price) between just producers and consumers, free of obstruction, impediment, or exploitation which to any extent may prevent exchanging a commensurable volume of production; 2 : compensation for just and responsible production as it would exist in nature (people producing a home for instance naturally prosper to the further extents of the value of the whole, undiminished home, without producing more than a home to do so).
kleptocracy : 1 : abuse of political power to steal from a country’s resources; 2 : a usually unofficial permutation of a government subject to fraudulent control, which deploys corruption to expand the personal wealth and to extend the political power of a ruling class which usurps rightful power for these purposes; 3 : rule by thieves; 4 : collectively, kleptocrats.
lifespan (also see “proprietary determinate lifespan”) : 1 : expectable duration of usable life of a property as predicated by general conditions of usage, accounting for reasonable obsolescence, and over which a property is effectively consumed; 2 : determination of potential usage by the usual means of engineering or proven experience.
maldisposition : 1 : under any rate of interest which requires re-borrowing of interest (above principal) to maintain a vital circulation, maldisposition is the terminal escalation of the disposition of the circulation to service the perpetually escalated sum artificial debt, versus sustaining the industry which is obligated to do so; 2 : that is, maldisposition is the inherent, irreversible subversion of the disposition of a circulation, omnipotently dedicating the circulation to servicing debt, to the inevitable consequence of terminal failure; 3 : dispositional aberration; 4 : dispositional impropriety.
mathematically perfected currency™ : 1 : promissory obligations comprised only of principal, repaid at the rate of consumption or depreciation of the related property, and retiring the principal from circulation.
mathematically perfected economy™ : 1 : a singular integral solution of the purposed obfuscations of a closing era of purported banking systems and antithetical economy, in which a conclusive sum of categoric faults comprised altogether of, a) circulatory inflation and deflation, b) systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property, and c) inherent, irreversible, and therefore terminal multiplication of falsified indebtedness by interest are solved altogether by our inherent right to issue certified, enforceable, unexploited promissory obligations subject to an obligatory schedule of payment retiring principal at the rate of consumption of related property; 2 : every person’s right to issue legitimate, enforceable promissory obligations, free not only from exploitation of natural commitments, but from artificial denial of the natural opportunity to make good on them; 3 : an inherent and universal right to monetize production as will perpetually sustain desirable industry and trade for no more than equal production.
maximum possible lifespan : 1 : the maximum possible duration of any pretended economy subject to interest-bearing debt, or the furthest possible moment of its purportedly legitimate existence in complying with the precepts of such pretended economies, at which the costs of servicing a terminal, perpetually multiplying sum of debt equal or exceed earnings of the entire circulation over the same period. It is impractical to reach the maximum possible lifespan of any purported economy subject to interest, because the possibility of this duration requires sustaining commerce without any possibility of affording the costs of sustaining production and consumption. A maximum possible lifespan for any rates of interest and circulatory growth is readily and accurately projected for periods of each interest and growth scenario by calculating the necessary re-borrowing (reflation) of periodic interest to maintain the targeted circulation, and accumulating this reflation as a subsequent, additional sum of artificial debt until the prescribed costs of servicing the sum of artificial indebtedness exceed earnings over the same period. No contingency exists for such calculations in potential human behavior, which on the contrary is subject to the limitations imposed by the terminal process of the obfuscated currency. Because a mathematically perfected economy™ is perpetually sustainable without aberration, the maximum possible lifespan of mathematically perfected economy™ is infinity.
maximum practical lifespan : 1 : the maximum practical duration of any pretended economy subject to interest-bearing debt, or the furthest practical moment of its purportedly legitimate existence in complying with the precepts of such pretended economies, at which the costs of servicing a terminal, perpetually multiplying sum of debt equal or exceed earnings of the remaining circulation less whatever portion of the circulation is necessary to sustain the industry upon which the obligation to service the sum of artificial debt rests. The maximum practical lifespan reflects the probable and expectable maximum legitimate lifespan of any purported economy subject to interest because its calculations account for the costs of sustaining necessary industry. A maximum practical lifespan for any rates of interest and circulatory growth is readily and accurately projected for periods of each interest and growth scenario by calculating the necessary re-borrowing (reflation) of periodic interest to maintain the targeted circulation, and accumulating this reflation as a subsequent, additional sum of artificial debt until the prescribed costs of servicing the sum of artificial indebtedness exceed earnings less the costs of sustaining industry over the same period. No contingency exists for such calculations in potential human behavior, which on the contrary is subject to the limitations imposed by the terminal process of the obfuscated currency. Because a mathematically perfected economy™ is perpetually sustainable without aberration, the maximum practical lifespan of mathematically perfected economy™ is infinity.
moment of initial consumption : 1 : for the sake of determining a justified integral timespan (period of payment) of a promissory obligation, the beginning point of a proprietary determinate lifespan, no later than which the issuer of a promissory obligation must be obliged to begin fulfillment of the promissory obligation (payment, retiring principal), which, to maintain the integrity of the obligation and respective currency, can be no later than initial consumption or incorporation of the related property; 2 : beginning point of a proprietary determinate lifespan.
monetary obligation : 1 : obligation or consequences of monetization; 2 : under the obfuscated currencies of the present pretended economies, the monetary obligation is altogether a) to pay the principal of your own promise into the possession of mere publishers of the evidence of debt; b) to pay interest in addition to the principal; and c) to maintain a vital circulation all this while by perpetually re-borrowing principal and interest as ever greater sums of artificial; until d) succumbing to a terminal sum of debt; 3 : under mathematically perfected economy™, the monetary obligation is to pay only the principal at the rate of consumption or depreciation of the respective property.
monetary reform (true monetary reform) : 1 : to advocate the highest principles of monetization (immutable representation of property) which faithfully serve the common objects of the people, without prejudice, and by ideal means — which since the advent of mathematically perfected economy™ therefore is strictly to advocate mathematically perfected economy™, unless and until mathematically perfected economy™ is disproven, or unless and until it can be proven that a more efficient solution of relevant issues exists, for anything less is inherently therefore to obstruct not only monetary justice, but every further related or dependent liberty of the people.
monetary sustainability : 1 : capacity of a monetary system to perpetually sustain all the desirable and just industry we are capable of producing and consuming, while further sustaining the immutable value and commitments of money; 2 : mathematically perfected economy™.
monetize, monetization : 1 : inherently, to immutably represent or tokenize production for the eventual purpose of undiminished trade — and thus to sustain any desirable volume of just prosperity without unwarranted dispossession or impediment; 2 : inherently, to facilitate trade and prosperity by sustaining the individual right to issue enforceable, unexploited promissory obligations, subject to payment and thereby to retirement of principal at the rate of consumption or depreciation of the related property.
nature of money : 1 : adherence to the natural and justifiable disposition of money or monetization, without corruption of vital principle or introduction of injustice, as sustains every natural obligation and value across the proprietary determinate lifespan of related property, producing an ever sustainable system of immutable tokens of value subject to no condition or encumbrance which would not be imposed by nature.
obligatory schedule of payment : 1 : under mathematically perfected economy™, an obligatory schedule of payment retires principal at no less than the rate of consumption or depreciation of the related property, over the proprietary determinate lifespan of the related property — in turn solving, a) circulatory inflation, deflation, and maldisposition, b) systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property, and c) inherent, irreversible, and therefore terminal multiplication of falsified indebtedness by interest, by d) an obligatory eradication of interest, and e) (owing to the fact this obligatory schedule of payment retires principal at the rate of consumption of the related property) by automatic (consequential) maintenance of a perpetual 1:1:1 relationship between remaining circulation, remaining value of represented property, and remaining obligation to pay just so much for the remaining value of represented property. (In this restoration of the right to issue unexploited promissory obligations, equity is immediately convertible into promissory obligations; and principal stored against the equity of a promissory obligation is therefore immediately re-convertible into the original promissory obligation.)
obligor : 1 : the only actual, fundamental, intrinsic, and fiduciary issuers of instruments which justly monetize producibility and consumability of wealth; 2 : the true and only actual issuers of “money,” (however potentially further represented by publication of further representations of original, fiduciary promissory obligations).
perforcive : 1 : necessitated or inevitable, generally as a consequence of artificial or unnecessary impetus : from Middle English, perforce : from Old French, par force, ‘by force.’
periodic interest : 1 : sum of interest to be paid in a given period and as determined by an overall rate of interest, multiplied against an accumulated sum of debt.
peripheral banks : 1 : subservient satellite banks (to which the public generally interfaces) which comply with a purported central banking system’s obfuscation of the currency, and which, by a margin of purported interest, the peripheral banks share a relative pittance of the vast unearned taking by effectively agreeing to borrow the evidence of our promissory obligations to each other from a mere publisher of the evidence, which in turn obligates the peripheral banks to participate in their own failure by a terminal obligation to service a perpetual escalation of artificial debt in proportion to remaining capacity to pay, even as the subject system therefore inevitably collapses under a terminal sum of artificial indebtedness which makes it impossible for the subject society to persist in fulfillment of the perpetually multiplied artificial obligations, whereupon the peripheral “banking system” fails with the subject society in a default which results in virtually complete defeasance of the society under utter dispossession to the purported central banking system.
precious metal monetary standard, gold standard, silver standard : 1 : an ever unrealized aspiration, which even in the absence of confirming science, and even despite both empirical and scientific disproof, is often assumed to be a product of genuine discipline, even as it is usually intended, likewise without qualification, to coexist with interest; a) the intrinsic extents of which first make it impossible for the means of monetization either to be immutable in a necessarily consistent proportional relationship to the industry and wealth it is ostensibly to sustain, or therefore to be redeemable in either the obligations or the very property the circulation is only said to duly represent; b) with a coexistence with irreversible multiplication of artificial indebtedness by interest further making it impossible to honor or even to preserve the standard against the multiplying artificial obligations of a system of exploitation; c) with perpetual multiplication of artificial indebtedness inevitably dispossessing unwitting subjects even of the very gold, silver, or so forth, which they only hoped to protect them from the adverse processes they have preserved; d) with the purported goal of the pretended standard only being necessitated by its own unqualified preclusion of an immutably consistent relationship to any vacillating sum of things which we need both to sustain and to represent; and e) with the pretended standard itself therefore making it mathematically impossible either to sustain or to represent wealth or production substantially exceeding the redundant and wholly ineffective limitations imposed by the pretended standard; 2 : an often exalted set of self defeating goals which are mistakenly taken as monetary solution, when in fact even instruments such as the United States Constitution only attempt (and fail for these reasons) to fix the value of units of currency to further substances (generally gold and silver) because an actual solution for a totality of issues was yet to be recognized; 3 : substantially self evident faults, recognized at least as early as Benjamin Franklin’s “Nature and Necessity of a Paper Currency,” the compromises of which only persist for a general failure to understand a fact of one and one only solution.
price inflation : 1 : in any system of exploitation based on an obfuscation of promissory notes subject to interest, the potential result of a perpetual necessity to escalate the price of industrial production to maintain margins of solubility against a perpetual escalation of artificial indebtedness by interest, which potential result is itself potentially precluded by the very escalation of artificial cost by interest; 2 : a consequence often claimed to be combated and to benefit unwitting subjects by elevated rates of interest, which in fact render no benefit whatever, in that if they can succeed, the elevated rates of interest can only be misconstrued to succeed by converting the costs of necessary margins of solubility into further unearned profit of the system of exploitation, with further undesirable consequences being expatriation and dispossession of the subjects’ industry.
profit, earned : 1 : the commensurable costs of actually increasing or necessarily preserving the value of material and/or necessary, commensurable labor.
profit, unearned : 1 : taking in excess of the commensurable costs of actually increasing or necessarily preserving the value of material and/or necessary, commensurable labor.
promissory note (“note”) : 1 : evidence of a promise to pay, effectively issued by a debtor as evidence of a fiduciary obligation to a creditor who gives up property for the promise to pay, thus with payment being a fulfillment which inherently retires the promissory obligation from circulation, and with the actual creditor therefore risking fulfillment of natural obligations which wholly depend on an integrity of the resultant currency and a monetary sustainability of a purported economy which can only be sustained by a perpetual 1:1:1 relationship between remaining circulation (and disposition of the circulation), remaining value of represented property, and remaining obligation; with obligation cementing the value of the currency throughout its lifespan to the value of represented property, in that both the actual creditor and debtor bear responsibilities to preserve the value of property and currency across the lifespans of each; and thus with every unit of the circulation perpetually and immutably tokenizing property throughout its lifespan.
promissory obligation : 1 : the resultant obligation of issuing a promissory note, which under mathematically perfected economy™ is to repay and retire the principal at the rate of consumption or depreciation of the related property; and which under the present systems of exploitation is to unjustifiably enrichen mere publishers of our promissory obligations not only so much as all the principal and interest of each artificial debt, but to whatever further degree that debt is multiplied by interest, until we succumb to a terminal sum of artificial debt.
proprietary determinate lifespan (“lifespan” | “PDL”) : 1 : for the sake of determining rate of payment over a justified integral timespan, a period over which a property must be considered to be consumed by facts commencing at a moment of initial consumption, possession, or deployment, and ending when either a) the property is delivered to further parties assuming a new promissory obligation which essentially ends the applicable period of the preceding promissory obligation; or b) ending when the property endures to a further point, short of the potential longevity of the property itself, but beyond which the property cannot be expected to be consumed either by the obligated party or further obligated parties; or c) ending at a point determined by the actual lifespan of a property, which by virtue of both conducive rates of depreciation or consumption (payment) and perpetual desirability of the property over its actual lifespan, a promissory obligation can be expected to be sustained by further parties willing to assume the remaining obligation across the whole natural lifespan of the property. The proprietary determinate lifespan therefore is the minimum of these prospectively applicable timespans, because neither the integrity of the currency or the integrity of promissory obligations can be maintained unless fulfillment is ensured, that payment retires the respective circulation according to responsibility for consuming the property across the proprietary determinate lifespan; 2 : “lifespan” (abbreviated referential expression of the proprietary, determinate lifespan as pertains restrictively to mathematically perfected economy™ in the necessary sense of understanding the conditional implications of a proprietary determinate lifespan).
reflate, reflation : 1 : the necessary replenishment of principal and interest paid out of the general circulation, by a like escalation of borrowing against a sum of artificial debt which therefore perpetually increases by so much as periodic interest.
representation : 1 : justice; 2 : the vital processes of rendering justice; 3 : nothing less than the absolute consensual representation of just, sovereign individuals; 4 : ultimately, a perfect expression and implementatio of uniform law, reduced to the fewest incontrovertible principles.
representation (monetary) : 1 : immutable representation or tokenization of contributions to the overall pool of wealth, which ultimately suffice to receive from the overall pool of wealth whatever has been contributed to it.
represented property : 1 : property subject to promissory obligations, which therefore engenders an actual circulation equal to the sum of remaining balances (remaining principal).
retirement phase of circulation : 1 : the final phase of the life cycle of a currency necessarily comprised of promissory obligations, in which principal paid altogether constitutes: a) commensurable fulfillment of the original obligation; b) a commensurable voiding of prior value (which derived solely from the prior commitment to contribute to the overall pool of wealth); which in turn strictly predicates: c) retirement of the principal from circulation.
schedule of payment, obligatory schedule of payment : 1 : rate and disposition of payment of a monetary obligation (which is generally a promissory obligation); 2 : under mathematically perfected economy™, an obligatory schedule of payment retires principal at no less than the rate of consumption or depreciation of the related property, over the proprietary determinate lifespan of the related property — in turn solving, a) circulatory inflation, deflation, and maldisposition, b) systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property, and c) inherent, irreversible, and therefore terminal multiplication of falsified indebtedness by interest, by d) an obligatory eradication of interest, and e) (owing to the fact this obligatory schedule of payment retires principal at the rate of consumption of the related property) by automatic (consequential) maintenance of a perpetual 1:1:1 relationship between remaining circulation, remaining value of represented property, and remaining obligation to pay just so much for the remaining value of represented property.
simultaneous deflation and reflation : 1 : payment out of the general circulation engendered by artificial obligations of a system of exploitation, which deflation can only be resolved by further borrowing and a resultant irreversible escalation of artificial indebtedness.
terminal debt : 1 : a sum of artificial debt which exceeds the capacity of surviving industry to service its obligations by the production which can be sustained by the remaining circulation.
true free enterprise : 1 : unencumbered freedom altogether: a) to engage in just, responsible production of available resources to the full extents of our willingness and capability; b) to duly reap the full, undiminished rewards of our contribution to production; and c) to remain fully rewarded for that production in unimpeded, just, and responsible trade for whatever we deem to be sufficiently like, undiminished extents of the production of others; 2 : mathematically perfected economy™.
true industry : 1 : actual production of necessary and useful objects of endeavor.
truly free and just endeavor, or free endeavor (formerly “free enterprise”) : 1 : the natural state of prosperity as a consequence of production, which in each and every case is therefore equal and commensurable with production and natural depletion by consumption or depreciation of related property by its possessor(s); 2 : mathematically perfected economy™; 3 : archaic: the original intended meaning of free enterprise.
unearned taking : 1 : any acquisition of wealth beyond a like production of wealth, which can only transpire therefore at the expense of just reward to others (because it depletes the overall pool of wealth more than is contributed to it — leaving less for others to receive than their contributions).
usury : 1 : an ancient ruse of mass exploitation in which: a) the subjects are either formally or implicitly denied their inseparable fiduciary authority to issue their promissory obligations otherwise; b) and while the only actual creditors remain strictly anyone and only anyone who gives up property for promissory obligations (as opposed for instance to a purported banking system which gives up no commensurable lawful consideration in falsifying debts to itself); c) the perpetrators pretend their intervention to merely publish evidences of debt equates to the role of creditor; d) by which obfuscation they generally first launder principal into their own possession (as opposed to retiring it from circulation); e) and by which obfuscation they further impose purportedly lawful, just, or conducive rates of interest; f) which owing to the consistent history of failure, are merely assumed to engender different inevitable consequences than higher rates of multiplication of debt in proportion to capacity to pay; g) while any rate of interest which serves the purposes of the perpetrator requires unwitting subjects to maintain a vital circulation by perpetually re-borrowing interest and principal as ever escalating sums of artificial debt; until h) they succumb to terminal debt and its completion of their dispossession; 2 : generally exhaustive, persistent usurpation and destruction of the means of representation to achieve and to persist in the objects of usury, with the resultant injustices generally being sustained therefore by vast and even terminal manifestations of unearned taking.
vital circulation : 1 : a circulation which to a given moment of consideration suffices to sustain sufficient industry to fulfill the monetary obligations of an ostensible economy; 2 : under a system of exploitation based on usury, a vital circulation can only be maintained at ever greater cost, until by a perpetual escalation of further borrowing which accumulates an ever escalating sum of artificial debt, a terminal sum of debt precludes further legitimate borrowing by invalidation of credit-worthiness; 3 : under mathematically perfected economy™, a vital circulation is perpetually sustained virtually without cost, and even without regulation, by no more than an obligatory schedule of payment of no more than the principal.
vital disposition (of money, monetization, or promissory obligations) : 1 : immutable representation (and therefore preservation) of just entitlement or due reward for any given contribution to prosperity, which is inherently possessed by the only actual or possible creditor of any legitimate monetary system, because the creditor has given up property for a promissory obligation; 2 : a perpetual 1:1:1 relationship between a remaining circulation of promissory obligations, remaining value of the related (represented) property, and remaining obligation to pay just that much for the remaining value of the related property; 3 : processes of monetizing production by unexploited promissory obligations, and a life cycle of the resultant money which perpetually maintain this 1:1:1 relationship; 4 : perpetual and immutable redeemability of a currency in the very property it represents throughout the life cycle of every unit of the circulation.
volumetric aberration, corruption, or impropriety : 1 : deviation from a singular representative volume of circulation (however dynamic), which by perpetual equality, will immutably represent every contribution to the overall pool of wealth (with every such deviation therefore inherently corrupting the volumetric means of monetary representation); 2 : circulatory inflation or deflation (increases or decreases in the volume of money, per remaining value of represented property); 3 : one of two potential classes of impropriety in any potential monetary system (dispositional and volumetric).
mathematically perfected economy™ (MPE™) [definition] : 1 : proof of a singular integral solution to the purposed obfuscations of purported banking and economy, in which a conclusive sum of potential categoric faults comprising a) circulatory inflation and deflation, b) systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property, and c) inherent, irreversible, and therefore terminal multiplication of falsified indebtedness by interest… are necessarily eradicated by acknowledging a universal right to issue certified, enforceable promissory obligations, free of exploitation, and subject to an obligatory schedule of payment retiring principal at the rate of consumption of related property; 2 : every person’s right to issue legitimate, enforceable promissory obligations, free not only from exploitation of natural commitments, but from artificial denial of the natural opportunity to make good on them; 3 : an inherent and universal right to monetize production as perpetually sustains desirable industry and trade for no more and no less than what we determine to be sufficiently equal measures of our production.
No deserving society could be complicit in its own terminal oppression. Actual economy and free enterprise are only practiced by at least substantially diligent people, first because mediocrity chooses to dismiss the minutiae of bearing principle; secondly, because every potential compromise of a mere handful of natural monetary laws, makes massive dispossession of the whole society both the temptation and reward for all the subversion mediocrity has already refused to apprehend; and finally, because the only omnipotent justice and unity inhere in a fact we only join in government to sustain our rightful affairs — in the whole of which then, our only conceivable monetary purpose is immutable representation of entitlement — the totality of which thus derives likewise, from nothing but our own commitments to each other. Thus the only consistent role of mutually consented government in an actual economy, is uniform enforcement of the entitlement we pledge to each other.
A competent people therefore join in government to sustain their very objects, integrity, and natural right to issue their promissory obligations; and this is never in turn to deny, to obstruct, to impede, to corrupt, or to infringe upon our very universal right and need to redeem the representations of entitlement we grant, with no more and no less likewise than what the mechanisms of the society itself determine to be sufficiently equivalent measures of its own production. Thus as our own commitments to redeem entitlement are inherently the only occasion and disposition of natural promissory contracts and money, WE THE PEOPLE therefore are absolutely the only actual creditors of an actual economy, for we and we alone give up property for promissory obligations… and for what therefore are only immutable and genuine representations of entitlement, if we and we alone faithfully sustain society’s commitment to itself by rendering so much of our production to whichever members of our society we indeed owe it.
Money therefore is strictly to sustain this singular purpose; and thus a further fact of this singularity is that the people are likewise the only actual and rightful issuers of money, altogether because the inception, value, and redeemability of our promissory obligations too ordinarily hinge singularly, and therefore strictly, upon our own integrity, powers, and fact of fulfillment.
As much then as any ethical invention of “money” only proposes to sustain public entitlement deriving from public obligation, no deserving society therefore would ever subject itself to exploitation, for exploitation is not only destructive to its every useful affair, but wholly redundant to its every reasonable purpose. Much less could any intelligent society in history ever have granted knowledgeable assent to processes which could only escalate its terminal dispossession, for that country would so make a mockery of intelligence as to forfeit its every indispensable principle for nought.
Only undeserving societies therefore abandon a fact that real economy is neither more nor less than an accounting system, inflexibly obligated to sustain the entitlement which is certainly inherent in a fact we alone give up our production for whatever we deem likewise to be its sufficient equivalent. After all, this is the very purpose for which we engage in specialization — the very monetization of which then is inherently a public obligation to sustain immutable representation of all warrantable entitlement, likewise descending strictly therefore from our own enforceable, voluntary, just, and therefore equivalent commitments.
Thus the only life cycle, volume, and disposition of a currency which serves our indispensable purposes, inherently retires promissory obligations at the rate of consumption of related property, firstly because, as wholly rightful and legitimate representations of value, promissory obligations only represent value and redeemability until they are fulfilled by payment of the principal — in every which case then, paid principal can never represent any legitimate or rightful property of anyone. Paid and thus nullified principal therefore is strictly to be retired from circulation. Secondly then, because promissory obligations and promissory obligations alone suffice perpetually, both in volume and the necessary patterns of representation and payment for consumption; thirdly then, because the only case in which new money must come into necessary existence is to represent an ability to render a like volume of production to the resultant entitlement — the need for which exists only in a lacking possession of sufficient earnings; and the only justification for which exists in at least an ability to render a like volume of production to the only real creditors, who are thus the holders of money; and finally then, because it is impossible otherwise to preserve immutable redeemability in the resultant representations, except by an obligatory schedule of payment retiring principal at the rate of consumption of related property, for this and this alone sustains redeemability in a perpetual 1:1:1 relationship between remaining circulation, remaining value of represented property, and remaining obligation to pay just that much for that represented property.
As much then as there is absolutely one and one only integral solution for the certain volumetric or dispositional improprieties of every differing monetary proposition, the only justifiable and actual economy therefore is no more and no less than our universal right to issue unexploited promissory obligations, retiring principal at the rate of consumption. Every deserving people therefore will inevitably prevail in the vital singularity of a mathematically perfected economy™, first because mathematically perfected economy™ is the only pattern which sustains their vital affairs, and secondly because its omnipotent objects are the only civil purposes for which just societies engage in government at all.
The worst enemies of humanity therefore not only deny prosperity’s dependence upon immutable redemption. The treason of monetary corruption must so disengage us from vital principles of representation that every unwitting populace itself becomes indispensable to terminal dispossession of the very world, for no true enterprise can survive in the world, lest real prosperity prove the crime of changing money.
Because this contemporary oppression depends wholly upon the errors of our own ways, we therefore are the only hope of the world, for it is rationally impossible to justify the preposterous proposition free and ostensibly self-determined people must “borrow” their own promissory obligations into existence from pretended banking systems which never in eternity give up consideration commensurable to purported debts — which the perpetrators so precariously falsify to themselves, for the most obvious purposes. Thus only the undeserving society would ever presume that same preposterous lack of consideration could possibly justify purported interest. Therefore in the whole lie of purported banking, there is neither any legitimate claim nor rightful way to dispossess us of either principal or interest.
In a fact banking systems never give up commensurable consideration to acquire the purported money a banking system only pretends therefore to lend to us as legitimate representations of its own prior entitlement, thus purported banking systems no more than publish further representations of our very own commitments to each other. In no rational sense whatever do we borrow money into existence from purported banks then; and thus no deserving people in eternity would simply suffer a preposterous obfuscation of our promissory obligations which inherently imposes an otherwise wholly redundant obligation to sustain vital circulations by perpetually re-borrowing principal and interest as ever greater and inevitably terminal sums of falsified debt — because only for nought then, the obfuscation can only precipitate in wholly artificial, global monetary failure. Yet so it is that for no good or justifiable reason whatever, an irreversible escalation of unwarrantable dispossession, perpetuated by an indispensably attendant destruction of representation… explains how the very events before us are the ruin of every undeserving nation.
Regulation can only temper an inherently terminal process. And so of course, in the last days of banking’s irreversible and inevitably terminal escalation of our ever-unwarranted and unassented dispossession, certainly the perpetrators will pour further falsified debt into banking’s black hole of justice. And the perpetrators will even do this of course, wholly without real protest even from banking itself, that exceeding our ever-finite credit-worthiness violates even the false principles and purported risks or costs of banking itself. But even all this… is only because banking’s purposed obfuscation flows still always back to purported banking itself. Thus as purported banking continues to pour money into its own pockets amidst the terminal failure each life cycle of banking can only impose yet again and again upon undeserving nations… for wont of justice then, generations will in turn condemn their very progeny to irreversible escalations of insoluble debt which they collected yesterday likewise, for wont of justice; and thus even by tomorrow morning, their children might save the world from political irresponsibility.
Occupying governments do not dissolve the crimes they are instead installed to perpetuate; and yet every rational person knows the betrayers with certainty, because no good government would ever prevent its people from paying to each other, no more than whatever they agree and need to pay only to each other. Exploitation of the genre to which we bow daily therefore is never tolerated by just and deserving societies, because the minutiae mediocrity indeed abandons are the very license to take insufferable excess, until mediocrity is itself forced to arrest just such an intolerable breadth of crime as we have everywhere around us, without the vital half of what across eternity will remain an inherently singular solution.
Therefore we are never victims, when only our own irresponsibility preserves monetary and political crimes which not even the indifferent have any right to impose upon anyone else.
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