Author’s plan to fix the world economy

“Abolish loans with interest and don’t create any more money. Economic cycles will disappear. Wealth will no longer be concentrated in the hands of a few “mega creditors” like me and money will gain value in time.  What you bequeath to your children will have more value than when you first got it.”

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E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, speaks: South Bend, Indiana – March 19

Culture Wars
and the St. Joseph Foundation present:


The Current Economic Crisis
and the Church.
Usury: Cause and Effect

A one day symposium
Saturday, March 19, 2011
The Marriott, 123 N St Joseph Street,
South Bend, IN 46601
,
tel. 1-800-328-7349
Ask for conference room rate.

In December 1960, John Courtney Murray appeared on the cover of Time Magazine to announce a new understanding of what it meant “to be Catholic and American.” Part of that understanding entailed admitting that “the content of the natural law may change with time and circumstances.”

As proof, Time cited the Church’s position on usury. The problem of usury hasn’t gone away. In fact, once American Catholics accepted Time‘s cultural terms of engagement, usury was destined to grow to the point where it has brought us today.

Capitalism is state-sponsored usury.

The Church cannot change the natural law. After 50 years of increasingly “rapacious usury” it’s time to understand what has changed and what hasn’t. It’s time to understand how the world got into this mess and how we can get out of it by following the Principles we should have been following all along.

Speakers include E. Michael Jones, Garrick Small, David Wemhoff, Mahlon Miller, Anthony Santelli, Adrian Krieg, Jeffrey Langan, Mark Anderson and Captain X. Additionally, Rupert Ederer will deliver the keynote address, entitled “Economics as if God Matters”.
The Conference’s moderator
will be James G. Bruen.

Registration Fee: $50 (includes lunch)

Or, you may register by calling Norma
at 574-289-9786, or mailing your registration and fee to: Fidelity Press, 206 Marquette Ave. South Bend, IN 46617

Undecided? Read Mike Jones’s letter
about the conference.