SUNDAY June 4th Session 6: 12:00pm - 1:50pm
Come learn how our private bank money system has relied for centuries on war and globalization. Learn how new secret 'free' trade agreements are being negotiated as we speak. These secret trade treaties - and all current bilateral trade agreements - are united by the "Interstate Dispute Settlement Clause", which is used to supercede national laws and needed to keep the current bankmoney system functioning. Learn what change we can make to have prosperity and abundance for all. This is not a theory but based on history and fact.
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THE LOST SCIENCE OF MONEY by Stephen Zarlenga; A HISTORY OF MONEY IN AMERICA, by Alexander Del Mar; websites -,,
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author of "The Two Faces of Money";
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Geraldine Perry is the author of two books, 1) The Two Faces of Money 2) Climate, Land Use, and Monetary Policy. She has written numerous articles. Her most recent article can be found in Acres USA Magazine and also at under the title 'American Dreams Destroyed by Debt and a Constitution Denied'; Websites:,,
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Owner, High Falls Gardens; member, High Falls Foundation Inc.; website member,
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Jean Giblette, owner of High Falls Gardens, has been growing Chinese medicinal herbs in the mid-Hudson Valley region of New York since 1994. Working with an affiliated nonprofit organization, High Falls Foundation Inc., she has directed a program in Botanical Studies on behalf of the nation’s 50 graduate schools of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and has organized and consulted with groups of farmers to develop domestic production of Chinese herbs. She is a contributing author of Mending the Web of Life: Chinese Medicine and Species Conservation, has written or coauthored numerous articles including papers in the last two New Crops volumes published by Purdue University.
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Upper Westside Monetary Reform Group; in both the US and UK -- Ethical Cultural Society, NY Anthroposophy Society, British Red Cross Society
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Barbara is a hospice chaplain and a disaster chaplain for New York City. She has taught college. For the last seven years, she has been a member of the Upper Westside Monetary Reform Group where she has learned how the private bankmoney system works and how the transition to public government money can bring better lives to all citizens.
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