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Ronald Reagan what went wrong? My NWO

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posted on Sep, 10 2014 @ 09:57 PM
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How did Ronald Reagan accelerate the inevitable end?

Technology was supposed to make life easier for everyone. But since the 1980s TPTB have done the most amazing thing. In thier lust for absolute power they have used technology against us, as we are currently seeing technology produce a lower standard of living for all but the owners.

The employees are being replaced while job creation simply cannot keep up. What we imagined was a company with 100 employees adding technology to make those 100 employees work-life simpler. What we got, every piece of technology eliminates one job adding one more to the unemployment line, without benefiting anyone but the owners.

The only new jobs created are minimum wage. Between outsourcing of mid level jobs overseas and increased technology the gap between the owners and the employees has grown to epic proportions.

The elite of this world have positioned themselves through private banking to ownership of all the major commodities.

No longer do we operate in a true supply and demand market, but instead we live in a world of controlled supply and set prices.

We need to eliminate the debt to the private bankers. We need to break up mega corporation and give them to the employees, the shareholders have exploited the employees long enough. The one's who work with their hands should be the only shareholders.

We need to Return to the Constitutional principles of government issued debt free currency, Understand and enforce the Sherman Act. We can't let the wealthy use money to control what should remain in a free competitive market. Currently the rich get richer not by producing anything, but by buying up everything and controlling supply and prices.

Ronald Reagan, God bless him, was one of the worst president in history. He was an actor, he was ill equipped to understand the principles he was pushing. He believed the bankers and the corporations would take the money from the tax breaks and reinvest in middle class America. They lied, everything Reagan told us was a lie. Why was it such a great lie? Regan believed it and was the ultimate patriot. He sold us what he believed in and we believed in him.

What Reagan did, may end up a blessing in disguise. You see the plan to take over the world has been in full force for a long long time, spanning generations, but Regan let them hit the gas pedal. Practically eliminating all obstacles to the Corporate Oligarchy.

What we have seen in most develop nations since 1980s is the systematic downgrading of the middle class. We should have seen a wealthier and more robust middle class, but we were lied to.

Today's Technology is more likely to be suppressed than released. The only technology that the elite are concerned with are ones that drive profits and eliminate labor.

Companies are allowed to make billions without regard to developing new greener technology. Energy companies are allowed to buy patents for greener competing technology and file them away, global warming.

We can't survive in a 100% capitalist society any more than we can survive a 100% socialist system.

Commodities need to be handled in a way that the goal is to create them cheaper using less labor, without diminishing product quality.

Commodities need to be owned by the people. Commodities should be managed to return an investment to the owners, which would be all people.

How can we manage commodities apart from big government?

Competition from private companies working both together and in competition. Commodities need to managed on a global scale, with global competition. Bonuses go to the employees of the companies who are able to hit benchmarks in cost and labor reductions. We live in small world now. We have the ability to let corporations in different countries compete in the production of commodities. When pay raises and bonuses are tied to hitting cost reduction targets, corruption tied to profets will be eliminated in the commodity sector, socialist.

Commodities are items that we deem necessary to civilized life. Non commodities make up the remainder of what continues to operate most successfully in a free market, capitalist.

If the internet was a commodity, we would have many different providers competing to provide the best service for the cheapest. The best at doing so would lead the other companies until it is believed that the internet is being delivered to all in the best and cheapest way possible.

With 100% capitalism we will see commodity prices go up, while employee labor continues to go down. Letting individuals get rich off commodities, eventually leaving the lowest class with little to no money to live even a moderate lifestyle.

The future needs to be progressive not regressive. One day the minimum wage workers will live like today's middle class and the upper class will vacation on Mars.

Capitalism would flourish by breaking up the mega corporations. A return to small business owners who care about the community. Employees who have a financial steak in the success of the businesses they work for.

The last piece, guaranteed employment for anyone willing to work. If a man is willing to work full time it is the responsibility of the the private sector, the commodities sector and the government sector to create enough jobs for everyone willing to work.

A welfare state is failure. If you don't work you don't eat. This only works if you provide jobs for everyone who is willing to work. And a minimum wage that provides enough income to own everything that is considered a commodity. Plus a few dollars for entertainment and other non commodities.

How do we fix the min wage. All jobs considered humanitarian should be minimum wage jobs. The only way to ensure that humanitarians and not the greedy take public office is to pay min wage. This will ensure that technology is never overlooked that could produce a higher standard of living for the lowest class. Since the leaders would be a part of the lowest working class.

Anyone who is not willing to serve the world at min wage is not someone we want leading us. We need humanitarians not politicians.

And we need our leaders to follow the constitution and believe in the law. When you create an agency, CIA, above the law, how can you hold anyone to the law?
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posted on Sep, 10 2014 @ 10:23 PM
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Do you mean Ronald Reagan ?

Just checking.





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posted on Sep, 10 2014 @ 10:33 PM
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originally posted by: whyamIhere
Do you mean Ronald Reagan ?

Just checking.






Thank you



posted on Sep, 10 2014 @ 10:34 PM
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a reply to: sacgamer25


You put a lot of thought and time into laying this out, and most of it I like. Well done.

Now, since you have been doing some thinking, lay down for us a rudimentary plan to put your ideas into action. How do we get from where we are now to where you are describing we could be?



posted on Sep, 10 2014 @ 10:53 PM
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originally posted by: caterpillage
a reply to: sacgamer25


You put a lot of thought and time into laying this out, and most of it I like. Well done.

Now, since you have been doing some thinking, lay down for us a rudimentary plan to put your ideas into action. How do we get from where we are now to where you are describing we could be?



The scariest part, the hardest part, but the most important first step. Eliminate private banking and simply let the debt vanish with the click of a button. Private, fractional reserve banking goes against the principles of our founding fathers, and thus the FED need only be deemed unconstitutional.

What problem does this cause? You put boatloads of money back into the hands of consumers each month. I think we would have to literally shut down for a day. Economist would need to forecast worst case scenarios. You would see massive inflation across the board to offset much of this newfound wealth. We can't really support all the new money in the hands of consumers all at once.

If we could create an inflation model that would leave approximately the same amount of buying power as before the change in banking the system would stabilize quickly.

Without debt and Usuary deflation would occur naturally. Leaving the worker with whatever quality of if that we can manufacture for them, rather than a predetermined quality of life based on suppression and control.

We need a progressive supply and demand model, if someday we can produce a commodity with 0 labor and 0 cost, that commodity should be free for everyone.

Once the nation's finances have stabilized then we start to break up the corporations, giving them to the ones who work for the corporations.

As for actually seeing a change like this, an act of God?

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posted on Sep, 10 2014 @ 11:18 PM
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You stated that every new piece of technology eliminates one job or something to that effect. When technology kills off a position by introducing technology jobs are also created. Technology needs to be serviced, designed and manufactured. While the curve might not be ideal for the job market I think it has to be included in your evaluation. Just my 2c



posted on Sep, 10 2014 @ 11:27 PM
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originally posted by: minkmouse
You stated that every new piece of technology eliminates one job or something to that effect. When technology kills off a position by introducing technology jobs are also created. Technology needs to be serviced, designed and manufactured. While the curve might not be ideal for the job market I think it has to be included in your evaluation. Just my 2c


Yes, but the one technician usually displaces 10 workers. This is why it becomes the responsibility of the government to create min wage jobs, enough for everyone to have a job. If the government employees are minimum wage we would expect them to move to the private sector to make more money when private sector jobs opened.

With this model the 10 displaced would still find employment at a wage that would allow them, in a debt free society, to continue to provide for their family.

If the government is only allowed to create min wage jobs then the only ones working for government will be humanitarians who have given up the pursuit of wealth, or people who are currently unemployed by the private sector.

Everyone of working age has to work if they want money, even if that means a broom and dust pan on every street corner in America. We need to create a right to work government instead of a welfare state.



posted on Sep, 10 2014 @ 11:35 PM
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Fair enough but isn't the government being responsible for job creation tied in to a welfare state or at least the concept?



posted on Sep, 11 2014 @ 12:18 AM
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originally posted by: minkmouse
Fair enough but isn't the government being responsible for job creation tied in to a welfare state or at least the concept?


Unless you believe their are worthless human beings? Shouldn't we create a min standard of living for the man/woman who is willing to work? Isn't anything less barbaric? Maybe this was not possible 200 years ago, but it is now.

The founding fathers said we should go back to the drawing board if we needed to. I say we go back to the Constitution, rewrite the whole law book. If it can't be understood by an 8th grader we probably don't need it. We need informed citizens.

In Plato and Leviticus we see an archetype for Godly Leadership, Called a Theocracy. The problem with Theocracy is no one can agree on God? Is there away around this?

That is when the min wage standard occurred to me. If we took away the financial rewards associated with leadership, not allowing money to be a factor, we would end up with humanitarians in leadership.

I would much rather give myself to humanitarians, who believe in a God I can agree with, then the corporate Oligarchy dedicated only to themselves.

I don't see any other way to advance in both the spiritual life that we share together and physical life that makes life worth living. When we have the right leaders we will find the right balance.



posted on Sep, 11 2014 @ 05:04 AM
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I really like the idea of min wage for public service. Being elected to congress for example should not be a guaranteed path to massive wealth. It's a definite conflict of interest.




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