Excerpts from The Founder And The Issuer


1. Free Issuance - the solution to our problems

Free Issuance Observations     14

2. The Union of Sovereign Citizens     26

3. The Inventors' Guide to Enterprise Funding     36
I. Forging the Alliance of an Industrial Cooperative
II. Finding Partners
III. Monetary Capitalization Is Not the Only Way to Success
IV. The Growth of Cooperative Enterprise
V. Establishing the Value of the Shares
VI. Managing Greatness
VII. The Advantage Quest
VIII. Types to Watch Out for
IX. The Art of The Founder
X. The Work of the Issuer
XI. Employing the Industrial Cooperative Participation Agreement
XII. Application of the Equity Partnership
XIII. Sharing Power
XIV. Dividing the Work

Bibliography     120

Industrial Cooperative Participation Agreement     121

Sample Stock Warrant 132


Founder & Issuer Sample Stock Warrant

The Thing They Don't Want You to Know: the real causes of inflation
As a recent example, Turkey was given the proof that invasion, not deficit spending, causes inflation in 1999. Turkey rejected that information, persisted in taxation, and took loans from the IMF and from invading Cyprus decades ago, so in 3/2001 it was in severe crises with crashed stock markets and many jobs lost.

Does your government invade other countries and try to impose its values on them? If so, your foreign trading partners will feel the heat of protest, and upon your invader nation there will be inflation. The unseen cause of inflation is when the people of other countries see ugly interdictions into the affairs of neighboring countries.

Additionally, there is the likes of 30,000% inflation reserved for the regimes of criminal dictators of full aggressor nations due to the embargoes by the rest of the world. When Iraq rolled in Kuwait, when Yugoslavia began its oppression of former territories, when Nazi Germany rolled into Poland, all obtained 30,000% inflation.

At the time of the subverting of the paradigm then dominant, late 1998, the rate of inflation in the United States was 3 - 5%. (Various factors affect the Consumer Price Index like the price of oil.) The loosening up of IMF-related spy teams, which I was able to deftly evade, and then the continued lowered inflation rate proved the presence of theIMF as highly placed officials in USA government, since their removal eliminated the spying and seemed to loosen money rates.

Persons promoting tax collection and borrowing from the remnants of the IMF used to make sheep of those who would listen, but new leaders are smarter than starting a war so the IMF and others can make money financing and selling guns to both sides. The IMF's interest is in concentrating all the wealth and power into their own hands, and as far as they are concerned, everyone else can starve.

Confutations of Dismal Economics
What was believed to be true (prior to 2000AD) is here and now proven erroneous and wrong. There is no need to carry on presuming that taxes are somehow necessary, because in reality the real value of an issuance, the value of money, is based on the real and perceived virtues of the issuer.

It is most virtuous that people are compensated by the issuing body proportionately to how much they helped society. This type of issuance enable excellence to rise to the top. When excellence rises to the top, society improves and the money is worth more. Viewed competitively, virtues must be increased relentlessly to ensure that the national purchasing power does not drop relative to other countries.

The overall question is one of the value of the virtues. This means that the value of money will be equal with the real and perceived virtues of its issuer.

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Leonardo DaVinci

Every action needs to be prompted by a motive. Ask counsel of him who rules himself well. Justice requires power, insight and will. He who does not punish evil commands it to be done. The memory of benefits is a frail defense against ingratitude. He who walks straight rarely falls.
- Leonardo DaVinci, Notebooks, 1146, 1191, 1194, 1168, 1200

X. The Work of the Issuer

The Issuer can be an active organizer of enterprises, working with many Founders. The Issuer can also be working himself to start an enterprise. The Issuer is always ready to recognize and reward effort, because he knows that to give the money out as a reward to the worker, enables that worker to give more in the future.

The term "equity" indicates that for all participants, equal work shall get equal shares. The Issuer must record who did what, on what day, to keep it legal. The Issuer is primarily involved with the examination of relative value of common share contributions. The Issuer is also the equalizer: he must see to it that equal work gets equal shares. The Issuer is man who deals justice, based on the dictates of conscience. "It is not my aim to end up owning more stock than I have coming. If you feel the same way, then we can do business." The Issuer is man who deals justice, based on the dictates of conscience, that wordless voice heard in the quieted mind, originating in the higher intellectual center.

The inventors typical complaint that the investor is taking too many shares, must be addressed in the light of the fact that there are so many failures. No inventors time is worth so much - he must view it as a privilege to serve. People who made the Founder see things must be compensated for their thoughts, using TYPE III, shares for an idea.

Sharing equity in an industrial cooperative, keep in mind these principles:

no work = no shares
huge ingenious contributions actualized practically = gigantic shares

1. Initial Issuance for an investment: It is necessary not to pay any shares until and unless that participant shall prove themselves by their work contributions.
2. It is required of an Issuer that he be impartial, that all advances of the material of the

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it was

Before this Founder&Issuer system of equity sharing was elucidated and made available, the possibility of completing a large enterprise and equitably sharing its rewards was less, because there was no common system to insure and secure the final outcome. Without this system, Founders disappoint Investors, as their startup companies fail for lack of money. These days, the initiative to be creative is seldom fulfilled.

This system makes large amounts of money less necessary in carrying a large enterprise from conception to completion. The Founder and the Issuer have two types of money: the government paper they raise by issuing preferred shares to handle small expenses, and common shares the company issues to participants for work or materials.

The Founder begins as an entrepreneur. An entrepreneur is different from a standard salaried employee because he uses his best energy for work. In the technological startup, the Founder is often a creative genius, who, working on a good idea, gets guidance from the Issuer in finishing something that the world needs.

Share issuance supersedes the old way of making vague promises of future favors. This book contains both a stock share warrant for giving to people who help build the enterprise and a standard agreement adaptable to suit many types of equity partnerships.


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