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Greece Bailout is a FAIL – What is the Solution??

May 13, 2011 1 comment

So it’s been a year since Greece was loaned €100 billion to ‘prop up’ it’s failing economy. And here they are about to default again. Now, the reason they were bailed out is not because of some philanthropist sentiment to help out the people, but rather it is what creditors do in order to continue making money. A creditor who collects money from the debtor that they loaned money to, wants to keep collecting money from them, but if the debtor defaults, then the creditor will not collect any more money from them.


So they decide to ‘prop up’ Greece’s economy, so they can continue receiving payments from them, even though it’s quite obvious that the actual economic problems haven’t be solved, and in fact will only worsen and Greece would come to this point of default again, which it now has. Those who make the decision to accept a bailout for the country are those who are going to profit from it, the corporations and CEOs, who get massive bonuses, while the working class faces deep recession and unemployment.


It’s basically a giant scam, and those at the top of the pyramid scheme who are profiting from this abusive system, are doing everything in their power to prop up the system and keep it going to make as much as they can as long as they can. Even to the extent of using tactics to turn people against one another to distract them from the real solution, which is that we need a new system. They fund groups to spur uprisings that just incur fighting between people and keep people distracted from what’s really going on. So don’t listen to anything that promotes separation like nationalism and racism, as it’s been planted, and only violence and death will come of that, no real change has ever come from fighting each other or rioting, that’s why we’re still facing these problems today.


How much of this do we have to go through before we’ll finally get the point that the system doesn’t work, it’s used to abuse many for the profit of a few, and we can stand up and change this. There is a solution and it’s an Equal Money System. Where there will be no more ‘debt’ and no more of this few people making profits at the expense of the rest of the population.


I mean, who are we in debt to? How can debt exist? There is only ourselves to be in debt to, and that doesn’t make any sense. We are all here, and we are all laboring extensively, so why is there such widespread suffering and poor living standards and general dissatisfaction? It’s time we stand up for a new system that will give us Quality of Life so we can actually Enjoy ourselves here! Investigate Equal Money.



Libyan Rebels Being Obliterated- What Should the US Do?

March 13, 2011 Leave a comment

Much debate lately in the news about whether the U.S. should take action in the situation in Libya, and what that action should be.

There is arguments that we simply must do something to stop the Libyan rebels from being slaughtered by the generally much more militarily equipped, armed and trained soldiers and mercenaries fighting for Gaddafi.

Here, we can see just what the rebels are up against- Money. If you have a look at how much money it takes to have and operate an army- it’s quite extensive and can’t be done without it.

It takes money to convince us to take up arms and stand against one another. And this is only possible if there is not access to sufficient money in some other way.

In an Equal Money System, it will be much more difficult to raise an army to protect one’s self-interest. No one will need the money that badly.

Military involvement is really irrelevant in terms of an actual solution. We need an Equal Money System for All Humanity, and that is our priority- anything less is simply allowing abuse to continue while we should be working on a solution.

Here in the U.S. we have a governmental structure that is set up in such a way that it will actually be not difficult to bring about an Equal Money System, and we can serve as an example to the rest of the world.

Ironically, the U.S. has been apparently attempting to serve as an example of Democracy in the world, yet invading countries is not exactly a democratic maneuver, and is downright hypocritical, when the U.S. has not even found a way to support itself effectively- with a crumbling economy where people are losing their homes and more and more are turning to welfare and unemployment because they are not supported by the system.

Thus, if the ‘U.S’ really wants to see change in the world, then the ‘U.S’ must become that change, one and equal. And that means we must change on the individual level, because the U.S. is simply the reflection of all the individuals that make it up.



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