Cause to enable all causes:
Principles of Law, require that parties to a contract share an unequivocal and valid understanding of the objects of the contract. Therefore and with regards to money contracts, all of us should be able to answer “Yes” to all questions in the above figure. Otherwise, there is no way to ensure any valid common understanding for such contracts to be considered legally valid.
Why we need to challenge money contracts:
“Such an extravagant statistic, has only been possible due to a misrepresentation of money resulting in an invalid and grotesquely unjust attribution of value and merit…”
As reported by OXFAM this year 2016 and for the first time in history, over 50% of all the world’s wealth including life support infrastructure, is now owned in public deed by less than 1% of the world’s population. This transfer has been on the basis of contracts where money itself has been misrepresented by a false notion of money commonly assumed by all rich and poor. The above extravagant statistic, has only been possible due to a misrepresentation of money resulting in an invalid and grotesquely unjust attribution of value and merit contravening the most fundamental Principles of Justice, Logic and Reason.
As a result, society finds itself in increasing turmoil and failure on all fronts (moral, political, environmental, health, justice…etc.). Everything today is dependent on “money” and its current misrepresentation, is the greatest single means by which our practical ability to exercise fundamental rights and freedoms is being stifled and even extinguished. This is why the MSTA is a “cause to enable all causes”, as once money has been made technically and legally coherent, all issues gain clarity so that Justice and the Rule of Law can be better served in the interest of both rich and poor.
The MSTA project presents, free of the demagoguery and dogma leading us astray, how:
- Money is being misrepresented in practice;
- This misrepresentation has clear and far reaching legal consequences that cannot be ignored;
- Acknowledging this misrepresentation enables the most just exercise of the Rule of Law and serves the best interest of all rich and poor.