Chicago Teachers Back Reforming the Fed

kristy Reforming Global Finance

Dear Friends of the American Monetary Institute,

Two important announcements:
The 29,000 member Chicago Teachers Union passed a resolution in strong support of Dennis Kucinich’s HR 2990 NEED Act! (National Employment Emergency Defense)Please see the attachment for their thoughtful resolution.

Kucinich’s HR 2990 dismantles the Federal Reserve System, ends “fractional reserve” banking, and provides for funding the $2.2 trillion, the engineers tell us is needed over the next 5 years to repair our infrastructure; which solves the unemployment problem. Read the 14 page Act at . HR 2990 contains all the monetary reforms of our American Monetary Act, and HR 2990 creates 7 million jobs, for starters!

Congressman Kucinich presently represents Ohio’s 10th district, but with redistricting is now running to represent the 9th district. Please see
Congressman John Conyers of Detroit co sponsors HR 2990.

The Eighth Annual AMI Monetary Reform Conference will be held at University Center in Chicago, September 20-23, 2012. If your registration is made by February 18th, the donation is $225, instead of $395. A savings of
University Center’s state of the art facility holds 80 people in a comfortable “schoolroom” type sitting, with narrow tables. We want our participants to enjoy a relaxed experience, so attendance will be limited to 80 participants. We’ll again do our best to better prior conferences! If you have attended any one of our prior seven conferences, you know that’s a real challenge! Here is the 2012 conference announcement sheet

and here are last year’s speaker and talk descriptions:

Monetary reform is more and more on people’s and organization’s agenda’s, as it should be. We are making a difference and I’m looking forward to seeing you in September.
Thank you all for your attention,
Stephen Zarlenga
American Monetary Institute

“Over time, whoever controls the money system

controls the nation.”

Stephen Zarlenga


American Monetary Institute

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