This is our 2009 Conference brochure under construction. Its not yet a schedule, that will happen in mid September; but Confirmed speakers are listed with their bios and descriptions of their talks. Looks very exciting! Talks will focus on what can be done NOW, to turn this monetary and banking disaster, created and perpetuated by false people and false economic and monetary ideas into an opportunity to achieve real and lasting reforms for humanity.
Hope to see you there!
AMI's Purpose, Objectives and Methodology
| Stephen Zarlenga |
Director and co-founder of the American Monetary Institute in 1996; author of The Lost Science of Money book; and the Refutation of Menger's Theory of the Origin of Money; and Greening the Dollar, a free CD of his presentation at the Green Party's July 07 National Convention; plus various articles and speeches, presents the background; objectives; challenges and methodology of the AMI and the Conference agenda and goals. An overview of what the AMI has accomplished since its founding in 1996, and our challenges and plans for the future.
Congressman Dennis Kucinich and his wife Elizabeth are
invited to address the conference but their appearance depends on
the Congressional and any Campaign Schedules. (Subject may be
updated. We're very hopeful the Congressman will use this
event to make a special announcement)
Dennis & Elizabeth Kucinich
|Congressman Kucinich has become the most vocal force for true monetary reform in the Congress, and he really "gets it," down to the core. Have you watched some of his YouTube congressional Hearings? Six term Congressman from Cleveland, Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Governmental Reform; 2004 and 2008 Candidate for the Presidency of the United States of America; leading peace advocate; Introducer of Articles of Impeachment |
contra Bush and Cheney;
Dennis Kucinich, who with Elizabeth has addressed three previous AMI Conferences will speak on
"The Necessity and Form for
Monetary Reform to Take."
Prof. William Black will speak on
|William Black || |
The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One, "a classic."
Richard Cook will speak on:
Democratization of the Monetary System
|Richard Cook, Formerly the NASA whistleblower on the Challenger disaster; then 2 decades at the U.S. Treasury, with a lifetime in monetary/economic studies. As a policy analyst for the U.S. government from 1970 until 2007, his career included service with the U.S. Civil Service Commission, the Food and Drug Administration, the Carter White House, NASA, and the U.S. Treasury Department. Richard is one of the key people who will help determine the course of monetary reform in America. His talk will focus on an overview of the monetary reform movement; from nationalizing the Fed, to the American Monetary Act, to Social Credit and the National Dividend, to the Basic Income Guarantee, and local currencies. He'll address various aspects of how monetary reform is rooted in ethical and spiritual values. |