Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Nov 19, 2012.
The real thing not the other things.
NESARA is an acronym for the proposed National Economic Security and Recovery Act, a set of economic reforms suggested during the 1990s by Harvey Francis Barnard. Barnard claimed that the proposals, which included replacing the income tax with a national sales tax (see also FairTax), abolishing compound interest on secured loans, and returning to a bimetallic currency, would result in 0% inflation and a more stable economy. The proposals were never introduced before Congress. NESARA has since become better known as the subject of a cult-like conspiracy theory promoted by Shaini Candace Goodwin, who claimed that the act was actually passed with additional provisions as the National Economic Security and Reformation Act, and then suppressed by the George W. Bush administration and the Supreme Court. Other people have adopted and embellished Goodwin's ideas.
Can anyone verify this isn't bs? I get off on a good controversial film, but that doesn't mean I believe everything/anything I watch on the web. This is where I noticed it.
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