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  • Creating Money for Capital Homesteading
    Capital credit
    (Re) Insurance
    Corporation
    (CCIC/CCRC)
    Corporation
    Feasible
    Project
    Capital Homestead
    Account or Credit
    Democratization
    Trust/Association
    ESOP, CIC, CSOP,
    Etc.
    Commercial
    Bank
    Lender
    0.5% or Less For
    Prime Customers
    Money Cancelled
    Loan at
    Transaction
    Cost
    Term Note
    Annual Installment
    Payments On Loan
    Investment
    of Cash
    Proceeds of
    Sale of New Loan
    Stock at
    Current
    Market Price
    Cash
    Capital Tools,
    Structures &
    Working
    Capital
    Capital Credit
    Syndication
    Corporation CCSC
    (Bundles
    CH Loans)
    Term
    Note
    Risk Premium
    Bundled
    Notes
    New Money
    (Discounted at Fed
    Servicing Fee)
    Federal
    Reserve
    Bank
    Annual
    Tax-deductible
    Payments
    and/or
    Dividends
    Guarantee To Make
    Annual Payments
    Into
    Trust/Association
    (Optional)
    Insurance

    This graph traces the growth of population
    through all recorded history, and projects it
    into the future to the year 2000 A.D. However,
    the same sort of curve - a near right
    angle slightly rounded at the corner - is of
    quite general application, and would be
    followed fairly closely by almost any significant
    factor of modern civilization. The reason
    why one curve fits so many and such varied
    factors of modern life is that what it really
    measures is the passage of the human race
    from one kind of history to another: from
    subsistance to what is now called development.
    This passage and its implications
    constitute the single most important clue to
    an understanding of our civilization - and of
    all history before it.
    If the political divisions of the world at this
    moment were distributed according to their
    degree of development, they would be strung
    out along the same curve, with the United
    States at the top of the curve, the western and
    westernized countries below it on the "vertical"
    leg, the more "advanced" Communist
    countries on the rounded corner, and most
    Communist and all "developing" countries
    along the bottom.




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