sabato 1 gennaio 2011

Major monetary step in 2010 - now the year ahead

Major monetary step in 2010 - now the year ahead

Dear Friends of the American Monetary Institute,
(Please pardon multiple emails)

A positive note and appeal on the last day of the year:

On December 17th, major progress occurred towards monetary reform when Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D, Ohio) introduced legislation which changes a corrupt private money system using bank credit for money, into to a sustainable and just system based on using government created money, under our constitutional system of checks and balances. It ends whats known as fractional reserve banking!

He called it the National Employment Emergency Defense Act ("NEED") HR 6550 because it would solve the unemployment crisis our nation is in. It solves many other crises as well. Please ask your representatives, whether Republican or Democratic to read it here

This is an important monetary step forward for our people and for humanity. Progress consists of taking such steps in the right direction, educating people and gaining their support. It will take time and a sustained effort. It needs to be supported, both verbally and financially. We deeply thank those of you who are giving such support.

Now if you have not gotten to that stage yet, the American Monetary Institute does need your help: If you understand the importance of what we do, and appreciate the work we do, please make a tax deductible donation to the institute of $25, $50 or more, by sending your check payable to the:

American Monetary Institute
P.O. Box 601,
Valatie, NY 12184

You can also donate through PayPal using the donate buttons at our website at
If you have not yet read The Lost Science of Money book, this is a good time to order it, at our home page.

The stage has been set by Congressman Kucinich for 2011 to be an important year to discuss and gain support for this "NEED" Act, HR 6550. Thats a part of what we do. Please help the American Monetary Institute continue to develop materials that educate our citizenry on how beneficial this non-partisan Act would be for our nation and give what you can.

I hope you had good Christmas holidays and wish you a Happy New Year!
Warm regards,
Stephen Zarlenga
American Monetary Institute
P.S. for those of you ready to sign up for the 2011 Monetary Reform Conference, and get a $200 discount if postmarked by February 10th, go to now!

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