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How to fix an economy

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posted on Jul, 3 2014 @ 08:06 AM
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a reply to: TonyS

In terms of all the 'greed is good' Gordon Gecko wanna bees, it is a part of human nature and the financial markets is a big honey pot soaking up a lot these sociopathic personality types. No matter what type of economic system is at work there will always be some pushing the limits and looking for any exploits. For the Fed to look at options, then the support of those with 100's of billions or trillions of dollars is important. If you had 1 trillion dollars then how hard would you push to preserve your market and wealth? Academics can also help with some of the peer review and details.

The energy sector is tied in close with the military machine, a big driver for all this excessive currency printing. Also an important part as for how things go. If there is a desire to crash the currency, implement marshal law and restart government then there is not a lot we can do except prepare. While a military dictatorship does present an opportunity to clean out a lot of the dead wood, can the social disorder be manageable as trade becomes more restricted? When the dust settles will the ideals of liberty, freedom and self determination remain or will big brother get a bigger chip on the shoulder? will the military fight for what they believe in or do as they are told?

As for the problems of congress, it has been another issue bubbling away in the background. A few basic ideas but not clear practical approach at this time. Less money and more transparency is the basic focus for the national wellbeing.




posted on Aug, 15 2014 @ 02:42 AM
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I have just came across a very good interview with Catherine Austin Fitts by Project Camelot.



It talks about the black projects and their effects on the economy. All the 2008 housing loans could of been paid out with 8 Trillion dollars. Instead many Trillions more disappeared along with many foreclosures, so just what else is going on? While there is still a lot unknown about black projects another interesting study by Michael Salla about the black project budget can be found at www.bibliotecapleyades.net...

One thing common with the many different sources around that touch on the black budget is that any attempts to introduce transparency into financial accounting is meet with resistance and prejudice. Many projects that try to introduce trustworthy, reliable, open and transparent accounting methods have been quickly shut down, but if we are to save, build and grow this economy in a way that is fair, values and respects life then this is what we must have.

Unless there is someone here working at the BIS or on the board at the G20 there is not a lot we can do in any meaningful top down approach except pray. In terms of some bottom up approach to restore accounting integrity and put the economy back on track for a socially prosperous system there is a better chance. If all the different local councils and local government bodies can start trying, thinking and working towards ways to increase their economic transparency amongst their local community then maybe we can find some traction and a bug free way to overcome the black economic parasites that are draining the life and value from the community.

I know some local councils will shut down any such ideas of economic transparency faster than you can think, but I can see some breaking through this barrier. If enough can get through and a standard platform developed that does work and achieve these aims then I do see hope and a way out of this growing economic and social darkness.



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