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The “mud map” to Change Australia

September 24th, 2009

Take a close look to what is happening in the US. Not its administration nor its Congress not its unconstitutional US Federal Reserve; but its people! There is a ground swell and a movement in the community town halls throughout the US.
The US Federal Reserve will, over this month “quantitatively ease” the financial pressure on [...]

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Operating in the World of Physical Economy as opposed to a Monetarist Economy

September 18th, 2009

A fundamental question -What does a nation wish to “spend” on it citizens, from the “cradle to the grave”?
From a monetarist perspective
This is the question asked-What does a nation wish to “spend” on it citizens, from the “cradle to the grave”?  For the monetarist it is a matter of how much money one spends on [...]

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Paranoia or educated response

September 3rd, 2009

When I was a younger man studying differential diagnosis, it was a lecturer that instigated a resonance in my appreciation of things. He cited a series of symptoms that a patient manifested on admittance to causality department after suffering a serious trauma. Many of the symptoms included paranoid like indicators. The class was quick to [...]

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More about AMSD

April 2nd, 2009

I have developed the policy outlines for Assisting Sustained Economic Development from a risk management perspective and have relied heavily on the concept of physical economy as opposed to the failed Keynesian model. I have studied standards in Risk Management, Compliance and Governance identify the key activities that should be undertaken.
My back ground is multi-disciplinary; [...]

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