There is an evolving and urgent need in today's currency and commodities market for a paradigm shift in establishing a marketplace outside of thee established hierarchical monetary systems - to create an international indigenous merchant system that will survive the challenges of creating a merchant system that is founded upon the ethics of culture and traditional respect for land, resources, and strategic locations; and, of its host occupants.
The International Indigenous Merchant House is structured with this respect for host nations and peoples as its basic ethic and mission: to establish an international venue for currency and commodity exchange that will respect the historical host allodial title holder.
Logically, no successful merchant system can operate in a vacuum. But, it is not the possession of the commodity that is most important; rather, it is the equitable distribution of wealth that will arise from the development of these resources that is the critical interest and obligation of the IIMH.
This merchant house provides both macro and micro financing options.
The International Indigenous Merchant House is structured and founded upon the principles of allodial possession rights versus fee simple rights.
Specifically, host communities / states / nations acquire membership rights in the IIMH by providing warrants of transparency and accountability, in conjunction with instituting a viable protocol that prescribes the agenda of wealth distribution back into the host community.
The original membership agreement craetes a binding obligation for each o he two principal parties to engage in public interest projects.
The IIMH possesses a 100% banking decision-making authority for the first 10 year cycle. Whereas, the host community possesses the authority to depose the IIMH in the event that its wealh management provisions do not meet the declared agenda of net revenues.
This original agreement is founded upon a 10-year review process - specifically, at 10 years, it is the obligation of the IIMH to have successfully established a IIMH division with sustainable revenue generating projects that will provide long term economic health.
Founding groups such as the United League of Indigenous Nations may find the IIMH to be an appropriate vehicle for its ambitions.
There are 400-million potential clients for the IIMH in its origination course. And, the general global population is a potential client as the world's population to to grasp with the concept and realities of being "indigenous".
The Guswentah Exchange is a critical facet of this currency matrix called The Book Of Wealth.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about the International Indigenous Merchant House; and, your role in this evolving currency enterprise.