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If global population is dying of thirst and hunger not because there is shortage of water and food, but because, even though our planet is being flooded by incredible quantities of freshly printed money there is a lack of that same money that can be used to buy food and water, then it is obvious without any doubt that global population lacks intelligence much more than it lacks money! Just as manipulators rule in newspapers, just as radio is ruled by manipulators, and just as television is ruled by manipulators, so is democracy on Internet and social networks managed from the control room trough logarithms and influencers. There is no third option, if current tragic financial situation across the globe is not a consequence of a fatal economic theory mistake, but is a result of criminal activities, then we are not talking about stealing chocolate in a small local store, but about the worst type of crime – crime against humanity, the one of biblical proportions. In July of this 2012 year, Crom Alternative Association should have participated with its document “Global Monetary Reform and The Transformation of Society” on “First International Social Transformation Conference” in Split (Croatia). Unfortunately, that did not happen due to the sudden change of organizer’s opinion. The reason for such change should not be seek further than the upper link, i.e. in attempt of Croatian Government to dodge facing 28 questions that have been officially addressed to it and that are prying into the root of sacred relationship “law – state – person – monetary system – money”.

International Sustainability Summit has been set for October. Subheading reads “Community Exchange Systems and Alternative Currency Systems for Sustainable Communities”, and it is described as a workshop that will demonstrate systems which include bartering and using alternative exchange systems and community-issued currencies. Furthermore, participation could be useful for local authorities, finance ministers, local and national chambers of commerce and NGOs – as it is stated on European Sustainability Academy (E∑A) web site. E∑A is privately funded Greek business which has been set up by its British founders; E∑A operates as a social enterprise which means that profits from the business are reinvested in the development of sustainability related teaching and research. Lead by Thomas Greco - a world expert in moneyless exchange systems and community development, Matthew Slater - a leading software engineer for community currency, and Professor Jem Bendell - an expert in strategic planning; International Sustainability Summit represents a new step towards the change for sustainable socio-economic reform. However, sustainable transformation of society based on a monetary reform can have many different forms. And here is one example of it: "Economic and Cultural Transition to Sustainability - International Precious Metals Currency". Of course, Crom Alternative Exchange Association supports International Sustainability Summit. Following vital information is delivered to organizers of the upcoming summit:


Croatian Government Answers On Facebook What And Whose Kuna Currency Is

On September 13th 2012, around 5 p.m., Dubravko Krcma Krcmarek: “My friend is completely blocked on Facebook and he has some important questions for the Government, so I post this in his name:

Hello, I, Aljosa Duric, have noticed that in current economic and political crisis Croatian media has started publishing all kinds of laments and sad stories of Croatian citizens from this Government Facebook page, so I would like to address you with my three key questions linked to a document that is available to all Internet users by simply googling "Global Monetary Reform and Transformation of Society".


Croatian Government Facebook Page


1) In recent history many products that had been used without concern up to then have suddenly become labeled as "health hazards". So, consumers are now warned that it is deadly to smoke tobacco, but what is the situation with those that are smoking Croatian Kuna? Since in sense of material value (for example bananas, gold, plums, silver, tuna, oil) no law, declaration, regulation, decision or anything of such sort specifies it precisely, it is obvious that 1000 HRK banknote in the moment it is created is worth nothing more than few lipas of ink and paper, let's say 0.30 HRK. It is also quite clear that such banknote, which originally worth only 0.30, obtains its value of 1000 only when it is released in circulation. If a citizen, in his sane mind, is to accept the currency offered to him by the Government, it is clear that the aforementioned currency has to have a value before he accept it. Do you therefore think that we are dealing with the fraud from the highest levels so the police must be urgently called in order to punish those responsible for crimes against humanity or the police must be called because Croatian people are really so desperately stupid that the best solution is to punish with 997.7 kunas all those passers on the street that does not know what seigniorage gain is?

2) Public debt of Croatian citizens has soared to abnormal heights. Could it be that the reason not only for that increase but also for the very existence of such debt is hidden in something else rather than in popular explanations? Since only the owner can lend something to somebody, I am terribly interested to know the following: Is currency kuna issued in circulation bearing an interest or not? If there is interest, then instead of issuing in circulation, we are dealing with lending in circulation, which would mean that Croatian citizens are borrowing their own money from some third party, i.e. that would be completely opposite from beliefs of people in Croatia that they own money bills in their pockets, while in reality they are in debt for those same bills.

3) Do companies break the law by falsifying their financial statements if under liability of balance sheet they put something that costs them nothing? If the answer is affirmative, does it not mean that Croatian Central Bank represents organized crime since its financial balance sheet does not contain meaningless expenses of money production that is in circulation, but its total face value?

Thank you in advance for your responses.


Croatian Government Answers On Facebook What And Whose Kuna Currency Is



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