A single Post, book, or documentary is not a dialogue and neither are they sufficient to give all regions a clear education of what is really going on globally. Every nation has the same model and the same problems that are threatening the freedom and joyful living for all People.
The model is founded upon perpetual debt and as such has effectively enslaved the people as debt slaves.
Many People on Earth may not have yet reached the understanding that pleading to governments that the people are suffering is ineffective. However, a significant segment of the People on Earth has awakened, and know that governments with its monetary policies are causing their suffering.
They KNOW the solutions, remedies, and healing will not come from the banks nor the governments.
Where do we go from here… ~Ron
[…] more and more people are starting to ask a fundamental common-sense question: why should governments indebt themselves in hard currencies, decades into the future with global mega-bankers, when they could just as well finance these projects and needs far more safely by issuing the proper amounts of their own local sovereign currency instead?
Here is where all the above “experts” go berserk & ballistic, shouting back: “Issue currency? Are you crazy?? That’s against the “rules & laws” of economics!!! Issuing national sovereign currency to finance the real economy’s monetary needs leads to inflation and lost jobs and chaos and… (puts us nice mega-bankers out of a job…)!!.” That’s when they all gang-up into noisy “The sky is falling! The sky is falling!!” mode.
Then you ask them: What happens when countries default on their unpayable sovereign debts – as they invariably and repeatedly do – not just in Argentina, but in Brazil, Spain, Venezuela, France, Costa Rica, Peru, El Salvador, Portugal, Russia, Bolivia, Iceland, Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Thailand, Nigeria, Mexico, and Indonesia?
Again the voice of the “experts”: “Then countries must “restructure” their debts kicking them forwards 20, 40 or more years into the future, so that your great, great, great grandchildren can continue paying them”. Oh, I see!
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Today, the vast bulk of Greece’s debt is held through the EU and IMF bailout funds, with some Greek bonds on the ECB’s books. The threesome is in no mood to take a haircut on their Greek debt and have said so.
Greece’s slow recovery and crushing debt load are propelling the country toward its third bailout. That’s the conventional view. Jeroen Dijsselbloem, president of the euro zone’s finance ministers’ group, said as much the other day and Greece’s Finance Minister, Yannis Stournaras, is lobbying hard for a second debt-crunching exercise.
But what if Greece’s big fat debt – equivalent to 174 per cent of gross domestic product – is much slimmer than it appears? What if it’s not really debt at all? Indeed, the series of maturity extensions and interest rate reductions are giving the debt a rather grant-like flavour. This is Europe’s dirty little secret, one that is designed to give taxpayers in Europe’s wealthy north the impression that the loans their governments have guaranteed will be paid back in full as Greece, through austerity and reform, goes through a punishing economic fix-it exercise.
Please join the Global Dialogue and research the national debt or local government debt near you. I am sure you will have some surprises and certainly able to forecast rising taxes in your community.
Aren’t you ready for a real solution that the institutions refuse to discuss?