In the last post I discussed the evidence that policies and regulations are destroying small and local businesses, today I wish to remind everyone that innovations with complementary and local currencies can revive local communities.
Do a internet search and you will find many local and complementary currencies.
Globalisation has a hidden agenda, within what is known as a “Silent War”, it is a struggle for your mind, for your ability to think beyond the indoctrination and cultural engineering from their institutions and programmes.
Please, share worldwide and amplify awareness with innovative enthusiasm.
We actually have the capacity to create a very different reality by enabling our energies to move more freely where they are most needed. –Bernard Lietaer
The IMF documented 421 financial crises between 1970 and 2007 – their international monetary system has always been unstable!
Alternatives that do not mandate confrontation to the current system allows the People to individually choose to stop supporting the money mafia.
Military and police families can experience the freedom benefits embracing alternatives, then when unlawful orders are issued to harm innocent civilians those in uniform can choose to abandon the uniform and adopt free alternatives.
It is IMPORTANT to Remember that Money is an Agreement.
Consider: Local and Complementary Currencies, P2P exchanges, Co-ops, credit unions, etc…
Video Title: The independent currency fighting corporations in London
Video posted 25 Oct 2017 by Business Insider UK
“Economic activists in Brixton, South London have created the Brixton Pound, a “currency” designed to support the local community.
There are around 500,000 Brixton Pounds in circulation and it’s accepted in over 200 businesses across Brixton.”
Title: What About Money? Bernard Lietaer interviewed by Lars Schall
Video posted 21 Aug 2012 by Michael Leitner
“Lars Schall meets Bernard Lietaer: In this exclusive video interview, the internationally renowned currency expert Lietaer, who has worked in many different functions in the world of money, advocates an upgrade of our monetary paradigm as a systemic solution to our global financial crisis. The monopoly of a single currency in favor of the banking system must be eradicated. Diversity must substitute monoculture.”