Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Occupy Your Mind - A Personal Strategy For Usury Evasion
Occupy Wall Street began in mid-September, triggered by prompting from Adbusters. A few hundred protestors gather in New York City in the proximity of Wall Street, to complain about our orthodox, financial system and how it breeds "corporate greed" and ballooning "corporate profits." One of their chants or mantras is: "We have to stop being a debt economy and go back to being a production economy." Since September 17th, the Occupy Wall Street movement has grown and expanded far beyond Wall Street to Y'all Streets in numerous cities all across North America and elsewhere on this planet.
In fact, North America has lost its production economy because of the design flaw of usury and how it directly and/or indirectly affects every product purchased by consumers - whether it be a hair pin or an airplane. Few people really understand that it is because of our usury-based, debt money system that the majority of the trans-national corporations have moved their production facilities to Asia or elsewhere in the third world where they can exploit labourers, pay them minimal wages and earn more profits for the corporation and its shareholders.
Indeed, the ultimate problem is not debt, rather it is the growth of debt - which is caused by the design flaw of usury. Though greed and excess by governments and the giant, trans-national corporations are symptoms, the root cause of the ever-worsening, economic debacle of debtors (individuals, families, small to medium-sized businesses, corporations, institutions and countries) everywhere is revealed as usury - but this is unknown to 99% of the protestors who chant: "We are the 99%, we will no longer remain silent."
The phenomenon of the growth of debt is caused by the evil and immoral effects of the design flaw of usury. The negative stigma surrounding burgeoning debt is leading many debtors to commit the ultimate gesture of despair - suicide. The stark truth is that debtors are becoming devastated by the negative impact of "interest" - which ought to be correctly called "usury."
Recent statistics reveal 4000+ suicides annually in Canada. The highest percentage of these suicides are committed by males (debtors) who range in age from 40 to 50 years.Their desperate acts of suicide are often financiallly motivated and their actions inflict even more pain and suffering on the loved ones they leave behind.
The economic crisis the Occupy Wall Street movement is bringing into focus cannot be understated, nor can we overstate the necessity of offering proven and workable solutions to solve the inter-connected problems of war, violence, poverty, scarcity and lack - all associated either directly and/or indirectly with the design flaw of usury.
Occupy Wall Street is a vehicle motivating people (debtors) to action. A personal strategy of we-the-people learning how to crete and spend our own usuryfree community currency, must be introduced and implemented by desperate debtors as they seek workable and proven solutions for temporary, usury prevention and ultimately absolute, usury evasion. What is needed with this personal strategy is a re-education process that promotes self-imposed courses of study on topics that formal education neglects to teach,
While Occupying Wall Street or any other streets, debtors are encouraged to "Occupy Your Mind" with the truth about modern money creation and the problems associated with "usury" and add some solution-oriented knowledge and resources about entrepreneurism - the SDI (Self Directed Income) style where they can learn about co-operative networking to earn secondary sources of income(s).
A good starting point is for debtors to familiarize themselves with the twin blogs: (a) The UsuryFree Eye Opener and (b) The SDI Eye Opener.
Ultimately, for suicide rates to be halted and for something positive to evolve from the Occupy Wall Street movement, usury nust be studied, assessed, exposed and abolished. The abolition of usury begins with a nod to the possibility of usuryfree living in this incarnation. Previously, there was "Life Without Usury" and we can experience "UsuryFree Living" again in this 21st Century.
Hopefully, the Occupy Wall Street movement will motivate protestors (debtors) to explore trends that can expand their understanding of their legal right to "evade usury" and "avoid taxes." With sufficient new knowledge, the majority of debtors will be motivated to become active, usuryfree creatives who double as enthusiastic, SDI entrepreneurs.
So "Occupy Your Mind" and commence your personal strategy for temporary, usury prevention and eventual usury evasion. Readers seeking relevant resources are invited to contact: The UsuryFree Network, P. O. Box 9333, Ottawa, Ontario K1G 3V1, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Occupy Your Mind:" in the Subject line - or leave telephone message at this number: 1.888. NOUSURY
NOTE: Here is a good article from The Globe and Mail:
"This is what democracy looks like: Occupying Wall Street and Bay Street"