> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: "John Pozzi"
> Gesendet: 24.08.06 18:09:39
> An: äsa brandberg
> CC: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
> Betreff: Re: Hi John!
> 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
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "äsa brandberg"
> 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 dont understand the transition procedure from bank money to
> > ecocredit. If I understood how you build the bridge between the two I
> > wouldnt 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