posted on Jan, 8 2009 @ 11:40 PM
If today, that intercontinental railway system were 'replicated' in Eurasia, South America and Africa, there could be no global empire.
Freeing the human mind, and developing technology vastly improves the physical economy of a nation by making for a much higher energy flux density –
more work could be done with less effort from the population. This system made America, Japan and Germany the most industrious and progressive
countries in the world overnight! The empire was on the verge of being destroyed by this system. This is why they manipulated events to start most of
the wars we've seen ever since (war, and balkanization disable nations from carrying out plans in their own interest, instead they depend on loans
from financiers, along with conditions.) This is why they killed Lincoln, because a nation is only as strong as its leader.
I think the private centralized banking system, run by trillionaires from London is well known by people that talk to me, so I won't get into those
details, but Larouche would say we need to have a 2 tiered credit system run by a nationalized central bank (the country prints its own money) whereby
low interest (like 2% or less) is charged for infrastructure and scientific projects (the bigger and more internationally cooperative the better,
because such projects require peace and prosperity.) And speculative loans should be charged much higher interest. Speculators, such as hedge fund
managers, derivatives brokers, and futures market gamblers are the reason for the mess we are in today. Furthermore, since the early 70's, our
standard of living has been steadily going down, ever since the Bretton Woods agreement was breeched.
Bretton Woods was an agreement for fixed exchanges (put forth by FDR) between nations, which made it so that if a loan was made, repayment would be
made with equal value to what was leant. Now, with a floating currency, America can just print up half a trillion dollars and send it to China to pay
down a debt, but the value of the currency is inflated. This means China won't be lending to them again to finance countless wars. A floating
currency also means that mega speculators like George Soros have the ability to throw billions of dollars at a currency, and crash an entire economy
like the case of Malaysia where he did it. This means the banksters can threaten, and dictate the economic policy of any small nation, and thereby
extract the maximum amount from the population.
This is why we have 3 BILLION people on our planet living on less than (equivalent to) $2 a day, and half of those living on half of that! This
problem compounds when the world economy weakens, and suddenly we don't have any slaves to make the products we use. The global food crisis (thanks
in part to free trade and the WTO) is causing rising food prices which will affect us all. Soon, we could have no jobs, a global carbon and cattle
tax, rampant disease, worldwide war, and collapsed global economy. There is a very real possibility of the world falling into a new dark age if the
current antiquated systems aren't replaced. If now, isn't the time to act, I don't know what is.
Philosophically, Larouche teaches us that the universe is not just a vast collection of infinitesimal points, whose random interactions have spawned
the complex universe we are experiencing. Larouche suggests that our existence can NOT be reduced to mathematics, or mere equations. That the average
human mind is capable of unlocking the principles that govern our universe, and those principles are knowable. He tells us, that contrary to the
Malthusian ideology propagated by empiricists like Al Gore, Prince Phillip, Darwin (who was a student of Malthus) and Huxley, we have the ability to
foresee a limitation imposed by our resources, and work to solve that problem before it affects us (unlike animals). Economics is the ability of a
population to reproduce itself without sacrificing a standard of living.