From: "Ann E. Mullen" <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, July 19, 2007
Dr. Harvey Barnard wrote a book about Monetary and Fiscal Policy Reform
called "Draining the Swamp; The NESARA Story". There is a reason why NESARA
was quickly put to rest. I feel for Dr. Barnard and his colleagues.
have worked very hard on this proposal, only to be victimized by the powers
that be. One such person who put out misinformation called herself "Dove".
Dr. Barnard not only talks about this "Dove" person on his website, but he
also speaks about her in his book. Dove's website does look official at
first, but after reading through it, I have a hard time understanding how
people can continue to go back time and time again. I am also confused as to
why Mathew would not give out the real NESARA website.
I noticed that many of the NESARA websites did not include the NESARA
proposal for all to see. This should have been a clue. Yes, there really is
a NESARA proposal and in my opinion it's pretty good. It is not a cashless
proposal. Our currency would be backed by gold and silver, the Federal
Reserve would be abolished, for secured loans compound interest is outlawed
and replaced with a controlled monetization fee, the Income Tax Act of 1939
is amended, and the amount of money homeowners would save is shocking. These
are just a few examples of what you will find in the proposal.
Before people quickly dismiss NESARA, I feel they need to at least look over
the proposal and give it a chance. What people are not seeing is they have
the ability to amend it, if they feel the need to. A person can compare
their home loans they have today with a home loan under the NESARA proposal
at the real NESARA website. I guarantee you'll like what you see.
The proposal is free to download and it can be found at NESARA'S website
below. I have recently learned that Dr. Barnard has passed away, but his
team will be happy to answer any questions for you, and they have always
responded in a quick manner.
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