Corbett Report: Wayne Walton on Hour Money


Monetary reform activist Wayne Walton of joins us to talk about the hour money system and how it can be used as a dollar/yen/Euro/peso alternative to foster local business and rid the economy of usury and manipulation. We discuss the ideas presented in his Kindle book (2.99), Hour Money Jubilee: How to create immediate abundance for humanity,  and how people can apply this in their own community for a positive, solutions-based approach to getting at the root of the money problem.

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Ancient wisdom reveals solutions for immediate abundance for humanity. This book uses sacred economics to create a victory plan not phony austerity measures and fear mongering. History repeats and we face the same debt problems which existed throughout ancient history. Powerful, actionable solutions are available without displacement, despair and hardship. We just need to ignore loyal opposition gate keepers who are hired to protect the status quo.

Real revolution requires usury-free money creation and lending. Interest based economics creates an un-payable debt Ponzi. Jews, Christians and Muslims all forbid usury before being corrupted by the “money power”. We will actually have far more money, lending and banking without interest.

Discover how interest is a mathematic fraud like a Ponzi. Discover how usury-free societies offer a 15-25 week work year. Learn this information yourself so that you are no longer deceived by the “money power”. Bring this message of hope and abundance to your family, neighbors, friends and countrymen. Become the leader that you were meant to be.

Review: Challenges in Intelligence Analysis

5 Star, Intelligence (Government/Secret), Intelligence (Public)
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Timothy Walton

5.0 out of 5 stars An instant classic, could inspire a series, December 26, 2012

I like this book very much, to the point of tempering my recurring criticisms (the author touches ever so lightly on reality that analysts are toads without decent all-source collection, 21st century processing power, and ethical interested customers for their hard-won insights).

Use Inside the Book if you have any doubts. I am particularly inspired by the pricing of this book, one of the most affordable volumes in the discipline, and one that every professional should own and every student should be required to reflect upon.

At my level of appreciation the footnotes and the bibliography are often the most interesting, and in the case of this book, I looked carefully at the sources recommended, and below list ten books that complement this one, that are NOT listed by the author.

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