posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 10:39 PM
Hmm...between a rock and a hard place.
I don't like either of those options listed as they are merely temporary band-aids to overall problem.
Also, I don't think you could solve the medical-financial dilemma in this current paradigm without having to also make broad sweeping changes to
everything else in order to balance the economic system, which is not feasible in any productive manner until TPTB are stopped at least.
Really the only feasible solution is to focus on eliminating the corruption I think. That will actually solve the problem, which is corrupt people
making extremely unethical or illegal decisions while in positions of great political, economic, or military power. That is why the whole system is
screwed isn't it after all?
Any reasonable person who has thought about it knows that vast portions of the financial wealth are being absorbed at neck breaking speed by the
corporate consortium, increasingly so.
With the criminal elements out of the way (or at least on the run), society will be able to finally build wealth without being robbed all of the time,
and thus will be able to increase entrepreneurial job creation and will invigorate supply and demand dynamics. In theory it would increase the
economic output potentials across the board.
Solving the currency medium issue with the FED, creating a transition phase to bring money(debt) creation back to the Treasury directly (a public
agency rather than private). Ending that endless inflationary cycle is important.
No more secret meetings between public officials any anyone of power in any matter of state, that way plotting will be much more difficult and will
have to go underground where it belongs. No more gifts or bribes, we gotta police all of that stuff out.
Once we roadblock the routes through which these powerful entities rob us of our wealth creation ability, we will begin to see a drastic improvement
of economic living conditions, which will lead to better educational, financial, and health care options for everyone.
Cleaning up and transitioning to a properly run governmental system will grant us many opportunities that we hardly know of in today's system. By
simply protecting the rights of citizens, rather than trampling them, we can easily make a huge come-back. The corporations and the government must be
put in their place and begin to serve the people rather than subjugate or fleece them.
The world isn't over yet so we might as well try for something logical like that at least.
When are we the people going to put this mandate on the government?