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> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- > Von: "John Pozzi" > Gesendet: 27.04.06 20:03:32 > An: "Vince Vaccarella" > CC: tkienle@arcor.de, drjoanie@earthlink.net, banneker@progress.org, alanna@earthrights.net, foxfl@aol.com, lennart_bylund@yahoo.se, nhuddle@frontiernet.net >

Betreff: Re: Bank for International Settlements > > >

Vince Vaccarella is proactivevv@yahoo.com "Proactive" > > >

Hi Vince, > > > Thank you. It was great to speak with you. > > > The two GRB schematics/diagrams are the Initial Ecocredit Distribution and Exchange System diagram and the Ongoing Ecocredit Distribution and Exchange System diagrams posted at www.grb.net. As you can see on the Initial Ecocredit Distribution and Exchange System diagram the mechanism to converts $ to e is the GRB Capital Exchange Account as drawn by Article 5. > > > Article 5. The GRB capital exchange account is capitalized with 700 trillion ecocredits to be invested in ecosystem renewal and exchanged for national bank notes." > > > The capital exchange account converts legal tender or FIAT money to GRB ecocredits to be spent in the world free market that is created by the establishment of the GRB. > > > In the shareholder directory Aaron Lieberman (a grb programmer and former owner of Extreme Programming that is the Bank's current Internet service provider) created a common email address for all ahreholders. This address is demonstrated by the 200000@grb.mail.com addresses that are listed at: http://www.grb.net/shareholders.cfm). Let's talk about this feature. I would like to improve it. > > > Your position is GRB Shareholder. > > > John > GRB Shareholder > > > > > -----

Original Message ----- > > From: "proactive" > > To: "John Pozzi" > > Sent: Wednesday, April 26, 2006 5:25 PM > > Subject: Re: Bank for International Settlements > > > >

John, > > > > It was great to speak with you today. We must find a way to work with both systems so we can encourage everyone to become an active member/ shareholder of the bank. We must find a mechanism which will allow us to convert Eco credits to existing legal tender currencies for spending. I believe once the word gets out and we have a critical mass shareholders, we can then exchange Eco credits between shareholders and phase out FIAT currencies. This is a rough outlay of tasks to accomplish, a proper schematic/ diagram must be created and developed. > > > > We should also consider on creating a common email address for all our shareholders which will make it easier to communicate and keep all shareholders current on a central mail system. Since the website is hosted, we can have the hosting company provide us a larger storage capacity with unlimited email subscriptions. I recommend that we create emails address for all active members immediately. > > This will show the outside world that we are one and professionalism. Much more to come. > > > > Regards, > > > > Vince Vaccarella > > ?????? ( must add position in this space) > > > > PS. Lets discuss getting together this weekend > > > > John Pozzi wrote: > > For your information: > > > > http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/february2006/210206globalcurrency.htm > > > > John > > > > > > __________________________________________________ > > Do You Yahoo!? > > Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around > > http://mail.yahoo.com --


 

12.11.06 00:45


definitions of money

>
> The following definitions of capital, wealth and money are from Coral's
> WordPerfect dictionary written in this time of neoclassical economics:
>
> capital >noun: 1 the seat of government. 2 wealth owned by a person or
> organization or invested
>
> wealth >noun: 1 an abundance of valuable possessions or money. 2 the state
> of being rich
>
> money>noun: 1 a medium of exchange in the form of coins and banknotes 2
> wealth
>
> In GRB time they can be defined as:
>
> capital >noun: wealth owned by a person or organization or invested
>
> wealth >noun: the products of Earth's ecosystem
>
> money >noun: ecocredit
>
> ecocredit >noun: a global medium of exchange, a universal unit of account
> and a store of Earth's ecosystem wealth.
>
> How does this sound?
>
> John
12.11.06 00:52


BIS calls for world currency

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: "john pozzi"
> Gesendet: 02.03.06 17:28:07
> An:
> CC: thirdway@cesj.org, r.morrison@iamnow.net, oZB-Stuttgart@t-online.de, nhuddle@frontiernet.net, lennart_bylund@yahoo.se, james@jamesrobertson.com, info@globalincome.org, garrydavis@worldservice.org, FOXFL@aol.com, earthrts@pa.net, dwburdick@sustainablesteps.com, djapollo.housemaster@gmail.com
> Betreff: Re: BIS calls for World Currency


> Ed,
>
>
>
> Thank you for this information about the BIS.
>
>
>
>
> The GRB can be estabished overnight via the BIS.
>
>
>
>
> John Pozzi
>
> www.grb.net
>
>
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
>
> From: Ed Goertzen
>
> To: Herb Wiseman
>
> Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2006 10:53 AM
>
> Subject: BIS calls for World Currency
>
>
>
>
> BIS Calls For Global Currency
>
> Nazi bankrollers want elimination of national sovereignty for world cashless control grid
>
> By Paul Joseph Watson
> Prison Planet.com
> February 21, 2006
>
> Bank of International Settlements, considered to be the world's top central banking policy, has released a policy paper that calls for the end of national currencies in favor of a global model of currency formats.
>
> The BIS is a branch of the of the Bretton-Woods International Financial architecture and closely allied with the Bilderberg Group. It is controlled by an inner elite that represents all the world's major central banking institutions. John Maynard Keynes, perhaps the most influential economist of all time, wanted it closed down as it was used to launder money for the Nazis in World War II.
>
> Buried in a London Telegraph report on UK inflation rates is the admission that the BIS, "has also suggested ditching many national currencies in favour of a small number of formal currency blocks based on the dollar, euro and renminbi or yen."
>
> Centralized control of currency is a keystone pillar in the construction of global government.
>
> The eventual goal is a cashless society credit system based on a worldwide citizen ID. Those designated as subversives or security threats will have their credit entitlement reduced and restrictions will be placed on when and what they can buy or sell. A world tax will be levied on all purchases.
>
> In the meantime new denominations of paper money will be tracked and traced. Euro notes come with RFID tags as standard and the same feature is being incorporated into newly designed US dollar notes.
>
> Last month the United Nations made a promise to save the world from all its ills in return for complete elimination of national sovereignty and financial markets and their replacement by a proxy world government.
>
>
>
12.11.06 00:56


transition

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: "John Pozzi"
> Gesendet: 24.08.06 18:09:39
> An: äsa brandberg
> CC: foxfl@aol.com, lennart_bylund@yahoo.se
> Betreff: Re: Hi John!


> Åsa
>
> You can read about Lennart at http://www.geocities.com/lennart_bylund/
> Also Lennart Bylund will present the GRB at the UN/DPO/NGO Conference 6-8
> Sept. 2006 in New York
> and at the Dag Hammarskjölds Foundation's What Next Forum 19-21 Sept. 2006
> in Uppsala, Sweden.
>
> The transition procedure from national bank debt-money ($ etc.) to GRB
> ecocredit money (e) is bridged by article five (5) of the GRB charter
> Article 5. "The GRB Capital Exchange Account is capitalized with
> 700 trillion ecocredits to be invested in ecosystem renewal and
> exchanged for national bank notes and government debt."
>
> Thereby the GRB is established overnight by exchanging national bank notes
> and paying off government debt with a part of the seven hundred trillion
> ecocredits (e700t) via the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) at
> http://www.bis.org/about/index.htm to which all national central banks
> are members http://www.bis.org/cbanks.htm - including the Bank of Sweden
> http://www.riksbank.se/ http://www.bis.org/about/index.htm for the most
> part this exchange occurs by computer Paper national bank notes are
> returned to local national banks where they are converted to ecocredits
> and added to shareholder and commercial accounts at the GRB.
>
> Depending on when it occurs, the transition would require no more then
> three hundred trillion ecocredits (e300t). The balance of four hundred
> trillion ecocredits (e400t) is used for ecosystem renewal via the
> UN and NGO accounts. See the GRB Capital Exchange Account on the
> Initial GRB ecocredit flow chart at: www.grb.net
>
> John
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "äsa brandberg"
> To:
> Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2006 7:04 PM
> Subject: Re: Hi John!
>
>
> > Hi John!
> > Good answers, thanks! I will contact Lennart Bylund. I already found him
> > on Google and read some of his texts.
> >
> > Still I donŽt understand the transition procedure from bank money to
> > ecocredit. If I understood how you build the bridge between the two I
> > wouldnŽt hesitate a second to join the GRB - but perhaps I am already into
> > it?
> >
> > I remember I signed a GRB membership in Steyerberg, although I didn`t
> > understood the system. But if I am into it, please let me stay! I am
> > convinced that it is good, even if I don`t understand all of it. Maybe the
> > Solidar can become a bridge over to GRB one day?
> >
> > Today I have posted a letter to the Finance Inspection, a swedish state
> > institution to hinder eco-crimes. If the people there are smart they will
> > understand that the Solidar has a potential to spread like a parachute
> > when the industrial civilization goes to its end. I hope they are just
> > enough smart.
> >
> > The solidar might become a bridge, as the basic income is issued as
> > savings and irreversibly born to the market as payment for real value -
> > until it is gone and reborn as new basic income each morning, equally
> > distributed, again and again. And when a user dies his accounts are dies
> > with him. That makes it independent of any other currency, because it is
> > backed by real value each time it is used.
> >
> > Actually I think the solidar can become a bridge from debt-money to
> > debt-free money. Really debt-free money is given for free like the
> > sunshine. That is why I avoid the swedish word KREDIT, which is synonymous
> > to LÅN (loan). There are no loans in the Solidar System.
> >
> > I tend to focus on the solar energy as an ever new gift to all, and you
> > are obviously focusing on the limited land that we borrow from the planet?
> > So, maybe the word "credit" makes sense after all.
> >
> > Good night!
> > Åsa
> >
> >
12.11.06 01:00





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