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Monday, April 26, 2010

The Mathematically Perfected Economy

I came across this interview with American Mike Montagne, the founder of 'PEOPLE For Mathematically Perfected Economy', on Mark Cocking's site. I couldn't get a direct link to his piece so I've used a YouTube version of the interview instead. The interview itself was done by by Max Igan who has his own website, the Crowhouse


I found the interview fascinating and instructive and whilst I've yet to investigate the ideas behind the 'mathematically perfected economy' in any detail it appears to be a well thought out, viable and quite exciting alternative to the current financial system that has caused us all so many problems.


The mathematically perfected economy is based on two thesis the first of which is that any economy based on interspering debt ultimately terminates itself under insoluable debt. Montagne identifies this as the fundamental cause behind current world economic problems. 


He also identifies three categoric faults, which are, inflation and deflation; the systemic manipulation of cost or value of money or property and inherent irreversible and therefore terminal multipilcation of artificial indebtedness by interest. The interview is largely taken up by his solutions to these faults.


His view of the present system as 'a skewed monopoly game of the most evil kind' is one I wholeheartedly agree with.


Anyway, listen to the interview and see what you think of his suggestions.



Part two
Part three
Part four
Part five

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey, GREAT ARTICLE. We adopted MPE as the only integral solution at http://endtheecb.ning.com A few more like us will turn the corner on this thing. The world is going to change.
Great job.
Jake

Anonymous said...

Full series with Mike´s interviews and his TNS radio broadcasts can be found on my Youtube channel. Especially pay attention to the latest discussions with the Icelandic Monetary Reform Initiative to implement MPE in Iceland.

http://www.youtube.com/user/chelonia1663

Cheers buddy

Jake

http://endtheecb.ning.com

Revolution Harry said...

Thanks for the links Jake. I look forward to exploring them.