Monetary reform would have prevented Los Angeles fires (and all other economic problems) | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Monetary reform would have prevented Los Angeles fires (and all other economic problems)

AP reported that federal funding ran out before thousands of highly flammable brush from Los Angeles mountains was cleared to prevent catastrophic fire. Monetary reform would have fully funded all needed public services and programs and prevented this disaster.

"Monetary reform" is the most-used title to take the power of creating money away from banks and return it back to government, as authorized in the US Constitution under Article 1 Section 8 to "coin money and regulate the value thereof." With this monetary system, government can respond to market failure employment and be the employer of last resort. Those who are unemployed can work on government projects, such as brush clearance, with money created directly by the government. The cost-benefit analysis in this example of fire prevention is clearly positive for the public good.

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