This is the central page aggregating all texts, articles, petitions and other items connected with the AFJM Project #1: NMC Resolution.
On The Establishment of a National Commission of Inquiry Into the Monetary System of the United States of America
Resolution adopted by The Alliance For Just Money calling for a National Commission, which should explore the benefits of implementing a fully publicly owned and operated national monetary system, per the Constitution, originating all money to exchange goods and services for the general welfare of the people of the nation.
Find find here the PDF file of the Resolution to download and print.
Petition to Establish a National Commission of Inquiry into the Monetary System of the United States of America
Petition to sign if you agree that a National Commission should explore the benefits of implementing a fully publicly owned and operated national monetary system. Please follow the link and fill out and sign the petition.
Find here the PDF file of the petition to download, print and have others sign.
The People Want Their Money Back (In two parts)
By Joe Bongiovanni / AFJM Legislative Action Committee
Part 1: WHY a National Monetary Commission?
Part 2: Shifting the Tide of Our Monetary Understanding – A Resolve
Article by monetary activist Joe Bongiovanni explaining the urgent need for a National Commission of Inquiry.
“At present, our national money supply is privately created and lent (“issued”) into circulation by the banks – who collect compounding interest on every dollar lent in perpetuity – and then destroyed – in the sense of accounting for how much money is in our money supply – upon loan principal repayments. This ‘money-destroying’ accounting fallacy requires ever more debt to be immediately created, and with it, the increasing interest-payments perpetually flowing upward from the working and borrowing masses to the privileged and lending few.”
We request AFJM members who want to be more intimately involved in moving this Resolution forward to join AFJM’s Legislative Action Committee (contact us here), and we invite other readers to join in too by first joining the Alliance (do so here) and then the LAC.