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Forum Post: Natural Money Bomb: the way to finish off the banks

Posted 9 years ago on May 13, 2012, 7:24 a.m. EST by niphtrique (323) from Sneek, FR
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The Natural Money Bomb is weaponised superior efficiency that will wreak havoc and create chaos in the financial system. It will bring down the banks and Wall Street when it is used. The core ingredient and explosive material is scrip money, which is money with a holding tax or fee. It will destroy the usury financial system because of Gresham's Law:

"Bad money drives out good money. So bad money is a superior currency. A tax or fee on holding money is very bad in the eyes of the usurers."

Most people are not stupid. They are afraid for change and they have good reasons for that. They want a better alternative and see it work before they will accept it. This idea has been tried before in Wörgl and Lignières-en-Berry with great success:

The Wörgl experiment became explosive because many towns and villages wanted to copy it. For this reason the central bank of Austria banned it. The Lignières-en-Berry experiment was explosive because it would have replaced regular usury money within a few years. For this reason the government of France banned it. If the experiments had not been banned then everybody would use scrip money now.

The secret formula

Currently there are a number of similar currencies and LETS systems but they did not achieve the success of Wörgl and Lignières-en-Berry. In order to make the money a spectacular success the following conditions must be met:

  • the currency must be exchangeable in regular usury money but exchanging it must be less attractive than keeping it;
  • at least initially the currency has to be backed with regular usury money;
  • there must be an incentive to use the money in the form of a holding tax;
  • the money must be attractive.

There are two methods to produce an explosive experiment that will spread like wildfire:

  • a public currency: the currency is issued by a government like in Wörgl and the government accepts the currency for taxes;
  • a private currency: the currency is issued by a community, a group of people like in Lignières-en-Berry or a corporation.

The scheme of Lignières-en-Berry is the most easy to implement because it needs only a small amount of capital and it does not need a large organisation or support of a government.

Fatal attraction

In Lignières-en-Berry a clever scheme was devised to make the money attractive. It was the following:

  • people could buy the money at 95 cents to the Dollar/Euro;
  • they could spend it as 1 Dollar/Euro because businesses accepted the money at that value;
  • after four months they could exchange the money at 98 cents to the Dollar/Euro;
  • they could also buy a stamp of 1 cent to make the money valid for another month so they could spend it as 1 Dollar/Euro again.

The situation in Lignières-en-Berry soon became explosive because:

  • people bought the money because they could spend it at a 5% profit or exchange it at a 3% profit after four months;
  • the money circulated fast because there was a holding fee of 1% per month;
  • businesses accepted the money because it generated extra business and it could cost them no more than 2%, but if they did spend the money then there was no loss at all;
  • at the end of the fourth month many people chose to buy the stamp even though they could get back 98 cents because by buying the stamp they could spend the currency unit as 1 Dollar/Euro.

If no currency is returned then the profit is the 1% holding fee per month excluding costs. If there are no costs and the profit is used to issue additional currency then 33% additional currency can be created each month. At the same time the money is sound because it is backed by regular usury money.

This money spreads fast and the experiment in Lignières-en-Berry became explosive. It may have taken only a few years until the money had replaced usury money in France and the rest of the world. For this reason the government of France banned it.

Capital and profit

To set up a Lignières-en-Berry currency you do not need much capital. If you intend to issue 10,000 Dollar/Euro of currency units you only need 300 Dollar/Euro. People will buy the currency at 95 cents so they bring in 9,500 Dollar/Euro while you need 9,800 Dollar/Euro to pay them back.

It is likely that the operation will run at a profit because people have to pay a holding fee to keep the money valid. The profit can be used to the following ends:

  • to issue additional currency. In this way the scrip money will spread fast. If the market becomes saturated, more people will return the money for 98 cents so the profit will disappear and the situation will stabilise.
  • for the benefit of the community, for example poverty relief.
  • it can be added to the value of the currency so the value of the currency will rise. This will make the money attractive for investors to invest in, for example by loaning out money at 0% interest.
  • a dividend for shareholders. Many people will not prefer this solution but in a free market this type of money can exist alongside public and community currencies.

Extra employment

The fast circulation of the scrip money generates extra employment. It can produce even more employment if employers and employees could agree on using it for salary payments. This happened in Lignières-en-Berry and this was crucial in making the currency a such a success that it threatened the usury financial system. Some possible schemes are the following:

  • the employer pays a regular salary including taxes but the employee agrees to return a part of his or her salary to the employer in exchange for scrip money;
  • the employer pays a minimum wage including taxes and an additional amount in scrip money. This scheme could cause trouble as it results in reduced tax income for the government;
  • governments may choose to accept scrip money for taxes so it will be possible to pay salaries in scrip money. The public may force the governments to do so.

There may come a clash between banks and governments versus money reformers. Banks and governments cannot stop the spread of knowledge and the functioning of markets so their resistance will be futile. In a democratic society people should control the government and therefore the superior efficiency of this money can be a power tool to enforce democratic reforms. The most important one is a referendum law that will give citizens full control over their government. This will end the rule of the elite.

The story is too long to post here. It continues here:


This will work. To those that do not believe me I can only say: "Only by trying it out you will see if it works."



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[-] 1 points by niphtrique (323) from Sneek, FR 9 years ago

It seems that there is not much interest in this plan.

You can occupy Wall Street for another year and then check out what you have achieved.

It is cold out there in the winter.

You can also try this.

[-] 1 points by niphtrique (323) from Sneek, FR 9 years ago

The Chiemgauer is an experiment that has done everything right. It already is a success. It can become an explosive as soon as businesses will be able to pay salaries (partially) in Chiemgaur currency. See:


[-] 1 points by niphtrique (323) from Sneek, FR 9 years ago

More details about the Lignieres-en-Berry experiment and why it became a success:


It is very dangerous in its implications.

If this is widely known, then it will be possible to end the FED, Wall Street and the corrupt political system because their power depends on the usury financial system.