All is OK. Nothing is going to change. But just in case, be not surprised.
CHAPTER SIX of the book of Margrit Kennedy. Interest & Inflation free money.
WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP IN THE TRANSITION PERIOD?
THE GREATEST OBSTACLE to the transformation of the monetary system is that few people understand the problem and even fewer know that there is a solution. However, since October 1987, when $1.5 trillion vanished on Wall Street, people are more interested in listening. To be informed exactly about the way in which interest and compound interest works is the first step towards change. To be able to discuss the solution and its varied implications is the next step.
BE INFORMED, INCREASE THE AWARENESS OF OTHERS
Start among friends and family members to experience how far you can explain the issue. Then move on to people you know less well and finally don't hesitate to talk to your banker, insurance broker, local politician, journalists and media people. Many discussions with professionals, bankers and economists have convinced me that there are no "real" difficulties, except the mental blocks created by education and limiting belief systems about what money is and how it should function. Be aware that money is one of the central issues in many people's lives. Therefore, it is linked strongly with people's perception of themselves and the world.
SPONSOR MODEL EXPERIMENTS
The most important precondition for an interest-free monetary system is to set up some "real life examples" which will give us an idea about the effects this change may have on a larger scale.
START A LOCAL EXCHANGE TRADING SYSTEM
Of all the attempts to exchange goods and services outside the present money systems, the one Michael Linton has started on Vancouver Island, Canada, is the most easily adaptable to any locality and, therefore, the best known world-wide. The LET (Local Exchange Trading) System operates quite simply as a system of accounts of "green" dollars, without a fee on the money, but a small fee on each transaction. People arrange among themselves how many "green" and how many "normal" dollars each item they sell or buy will cost. They pass on their credits and debits to a computerize accounting centre. Their limits to go into debt can be determined, at the outset, and changed when necessary later, in order to minimize the risk for all participants. Obviously, the more people participate, the more rewarding the system will be. In this way, a small community near Vancouver helped a dentist who was young and had no money to build up a practice. The community built a house and surgery, largely from green dollars. The dentist then treated people for a certain percentage of green dollars. The LET Systems work well in the beginning but in some instances there have been problems or collapse (29) where large surpluses or deficits occurred. In part this is because with no circulation fee there is no incentive to recycle money.
So dear friends that is from the book of Kennedy. And this is a quote from The Age of Aquarious. The new age is characterized by the group team activity. Everything starts and ends at the team. It is a lesson that humanity has to pass exactly at this period. Otherwise no matter how hard we speak about unity it will not surpass without pain and by internal friction of the team group.
I need support to start a local exchange system. I wish not to be ignorant or caught unprepared. There is a need more than ever before for one to join a group of people. There is so much valuable information floating around in a group that you can miss when alone. The little no interest exchange I have done has been a wonderful honest exchange between human beings. Visit my theoretical web site and maybe someone of you somewhere will put it to a good practise.