Eastern Remedies for the terminally ill Western financial system

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Jim Willie: “The pathogenesis is obvious to those in the Sound Money camp. (…) The cadaver in Intensive Care cannot be revived with more intravenous applications of contaminated money, the body dead since September 2008. Insolvent systems rush to the crash zone, where efforts can only delay the outcome.” (1)

“The Eastern solution avoids the USDollar and the entire FOREX system. It will be built upon gold trade settlement, will issue Gold Trade Notes to function like Letters of Credit, will operate as peer to peer instead of passing through the monolith banks, and will be conducted on portable devices like Smartphones and Blackberrys.” (2) 

Reginald H. Howe: “A well-functioning international monetary system is as critical to a healthy global economy as a well-functioning circulatory system is to the human body. Backwardation in gold can be compared to very high blood pressure: a sign that something is dangerously amiss and that absent prompt remedial action, a serious and quite possibly catastrophic event is imminent.”

“By relinking the international monetary system to gold in a flexible, practical and effective manner, Chinese GPS ( Gold Positioning System ) could spearhead a return of sanity and soundness to world finance and lay a new foundation for global growth and prosperity.” (3)

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Remobilizing Gold could save the World Economy

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“The world’s monetary gold should be remobilized. This can be accomplished by opening the U.S. Mint to the free and unlimited coinage of gold. There should be no attempt to fix, cap, or otherwise control the dollar price of gold.”

Gold is the only ultimate extinguisher of debt. Other extinguishers do, of course, exist but they are not ultimate in that they have a counterpart in the liability column of the balance sheet of someone else. Gold has no such liability attached to it. Gold is where the buck stops. It is this property that makes gold unique as a financial asset.
Professor Fekete

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