A Plan of Action to solve the Economic Crisis
A Plan of Action to solve the Economic Crisis
The US and with the the world economy seems to be in deep trouble and the only plan of action those people responsible come forward with is to reward them with even more control over currency and economy so that they may get additional power and control to make things even worse than they already are. The logic behind it: in order to solve a problem, strengthen its cause!
In the time when reason was still the ruling principle a famous Latin saying was; sublata cause, tollitur effectus (the cause removed, the effect ceases). That is how problems are solved. But somehow solving the problem does not seem to be the goal and the new principle appears to be; confirmat causa, tollitur effectus (strengthen the cause, the effect ceases). It really does not take a degree in economics to come to the obvious conclusion that this new principle will not work and was never meant to actually solve a problem.
A cure for the US economy would have to look like the fallowing:
1) Ending the import of junk from China and other slave colonies in favor of rebuilding a domestic production sector.
# An economy without anything to export being totally dependent on huge foreign imports can not work properly. Sending most productive jobs which actually created something that could be exported and thus created wealth to foreign countries was a sure recipe for disaster and that is precisely what is currently happening. An economy can not run successfully only with jobs in the service industry and government bureaucracy because those are “dead-jobs”, dead in the sense that they do not actually produce anything in surplus value. And yet, people in those jobs receive money and consume which creates huge trade deficits as long as the products and goods they consume were not produced domestically. The import from such third world countries could be counteracted either by a total import stop or by a huge tax (25-50%) on goods and products not produced in the US. Such a tax would ensure that even the cheapest slave/child worker in a third world hell hole could no longer produce less expensive than a domestic worker.
2) Sending all those illegal immigrants and other parasites feeding on the system back where they came from.
# That is a no-brainer, those who take without providing anything beneficial in return only damage the system and should be send back to where they came from. Arguments like they provide needed cheep labor are nonsense because the cheep labor they provide actually only damages the economy further by decreasing the average standard of living which drives people into poverty. Creating conditions in which it becomes almost impossible for them to acquire food for example would compel them to leave on their own account. They are there for a free ride, they will turn back when they will get nothing for free anymore. Sponsoring some feeding and public housing programs in Mexico and Africa in order to lure them out with food and shelter could speed up the process.
3) Abolishing the Federal Reserve.
# This point does not need much explanation either, sublata cause, tollitur effectus! The economy was fine before the FED was established and the currency will again become stable once it is abolished and those private thief’s are prevented from further causing more inflation by endlessly creating money out of thin air for their own ends. It is worth to note that the FED was officially established to keep the currency stable while in reality all available date show that it was precisely the other way around and that the currency continuously lost value ever since the FED was established almost 1000 years ago. The amount of silver in 1$ silver coin before the FED was established, the raw material value only, is today worth something between 20 and 35$! The silver did not become more expensive but the purchasing power of the dollar declined and this example is a good indicator of the real decline in dollar value the FED brought about in the last 100 years. 1$ pre-1917 = 20-35$ today – 1$ today = ~5 cents in 1917.
“If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.” — Thomas Jefferson
4) Ending those useless wars which only increse the national debt
# What the hell are you doing in the Middle East? Fighting wars to create a Jewish hegemony there by destabilizing all other regional players? What good does it does to your nation? Precisely, none! Not just that those are illegal and immoral wars of aggression, they also hold no benefit while requiring astronomical amounts of money.
5) Abolishing public education in favor of a system which actually educates and which produce output that can compete internationally so that you again become a nation of inventors and producers instead of stupid and fat consumer drones.
# Another no-brainer, keeping people stupid and uneducated means not using their full potential and thus wasting recourses that could otherwise be put to use. As higher the average level of education and intelligence in the population as higher the standard of living. Nations full of stupid and ignorant fools are poor and those full of intelligent and educated people are rich, it is as simply as that. Intelligence and knowledge are the most important recourses in a modern economy. Not educating people to their full potential is like sending man into war without training, it means throwing them away and wasting their life’s.
6) Banishing the Jews to Palestine and either dividing the wealth which they have stolen among the generell population, currently around 90% of all the wealth in the US, or using it to repay the astronomical debt which they created. Both in the end comes down pretty much to the same since the citizens after all are those which have to pay for the national deficit in one way of another.
# Another no-brainer, again; sublata cause, tollitur effectus! They are the cause of all the other causes. The root of the whole problem.
“Now what are we going to do with these rejected, condemned Jewish people?… Let us apply the ordinary wisdom of other nations like France, Spain, Bohemia, et al., who made them give an account of what they had stolen through usury, and divided it evenly; but expelled them from their country;. For as heard before, God’s wrath is so great over them that through soft mercy they only become more wicked, through hard treatment, however, only a little better. Therefore, away with them!” — REV. MARTIN LUTHER
This really really simple plan of action containing only 6 points could solve the economical crisis in a lasting manner. It is really not so hard, you look at those causes responsible for the problem and than you use the most logical and direct remedies to solve them. Sublata cause, tollitur effectus! The most simply and direct solution is usually the best choice, and the most simple and logical explanation usually the most accurate.
I almost feel ashamed to actually present all those logical no-brainer as plan of action because anyone with half a brain and some economic basics should be able to come up with the same. It really makes you wonder what is going on in the world! All those self proclaimed economic experts with their complicated sounding nonsense, always lacking substance and never actually touching the real issues, should be ashamed of themselves and actually all be sentenced for treason because that is precisely what they are committing by aiding the plundering of the people with their disinfo and distractions leading away from the real issues and problems at hand.
~ by metadave on April 11, 2008.