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— With the foundation of the Shanghai Cooperative,
Coronavirus, our mounting debt and lobbying and corruption
running rampant, and sociological factors, America seems
on the verge of some very hard times. I have have done
a lot of reading on the web and given all this a lot of thought:
I find that there are a few, simple changes and reforms which would serve to save our economy and greatly strengthen
our nation, but which cannot be accomplished under
the corruption and corporate control America suffers from,
that is, under “Democratic norms.” Only a benevolent dictator might save us.
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Simple Steps Which Must
Be Taken to Save America
The question is, is congress interested more
in filling their wallets, old ideologies and posturing
or are they truly patriotic: “As ye sew, so shall ye reap.”
The Daily Walk with Love (link to Home page and blog), July 26, 2020, by Paul Evans. I have done a lot of soul-searching to get to the point where I would feature this article, but I do stand by it. I will try to keep this brief: in my mind it isn’t rocket science. In fact, I’m just republishing this from an article I had called “Simple Steps Which Must Be Taken to Save the Republic,” with editing, a few additions and a “different slant,” and a change in the title. With rampant corruption and our incredible debt, plus the 40-nation Shanghai Co-operative now trading in the Chinese yuan, I feel adequate reforms cannot be made under the democratic norms (and with the corruption and lobbying and control by corporate America as we have seen). Life will not continue as “normal.”. And I think these reforms/suggestions are absolutely essential if we want to avoid becoming basically a third world country, and to maybe even escape bad hunger among most of us. I’m sorry, I used to own two books on the Constitution and am trained as a paralegal. I love the America we used to have in the 70s and 80s, but if we’re honest and take stock, those days are over. See Coronavirus, Why Big Deficits, Inequality, “Trickle Down,” Greed & Hyper-capitalism and sociological factors are Leading Us Into Economic Collapse. I believe that to save America and provide the most good for the most people, it will take a benevolent dictator.Hopefully, any sort of this sort of control will only exist as an interim government. For friends, email Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or email@example.com, and please feel encouraged to leave a comment below.
The pull of money which runs America is so strong, I wonder if any small, basic changes stand any chance at all of making it through congress (I mean not watered down and ruined by lobbyists in the same way Obamacare was ruined, on orders of the elite and super-rich.) Our stocks are 70 to 80 percent
overvalued versus what they are worth, and we are on the verge of a terrible depression worse than the Great Depression. CITI banks and Deutsche bank are teetering on the brink of failure, and if either of those fail, it will be five times worse than 2007-2008. We had (best guess) $47 Trillion in sh*t derivatives and junk bonds illegally given AA and AAA ratings by Moody and others, on orders of the elite. Most of what was the middle class is now living almost in poverty, borrowing money they will never be able to repay, as things are. 78 percent of Americans now die in debt, and the average debt is $61,000. But it could be changed, if only America could unite behind Donald Trump, even if he feels the need to dismiss our corrupt congress and take extraconstitutional powers. If we don’t get behind the President, we are going to see starvation in America. This is the only thing I can think of, after much reading and writing, which would save us from a terrible and lasting depression, many economists feel sometime in mid-2020, unless action is taken, and hopefully some of the reforms written about in this article could be enacted.
Hypercapitalism: Big tax cuts for the very rich do fuel the economy but cause deficits because offsetting changes to the tax code (closing loopholes), really can’t be done in the present political climate, and with the Shanghai Cooperative of 40 nations (including Russia, China and Iran) trading in the yuan, which Obama got the IMF to set up, basically dealing a death blow to America’s future economy. Much better for the economy would be a slightly progressive fair and flat tax, as first Ron Paul and then his son Rand called for. Say 15 or 16 percent with two five percent bumps way up high. (Do you realize, if “they” took out almost all of the personal and business tax loopholes, we could have a base taxation rate of only 10 or 11 percent and still balance the budget. But privilege has such a vise-grip on anything related to money that closing most of the tax loopholes is impossible — short of a benevolent dictator.) I believe a slightly progressive fair and flat tax would be fair to everyone and would allow us to maintain the entitlements and necessary programs, balance the budget and still keep our armed forces strong. It would be necessary for congress to suck up its gut and cut out some of the worst loopholes in the tax code, but you know and I know, they will not do that. We are on the verge of a terrible depression which might be worse than 1929. Donald Trump might just possibly avoid the worst of it, or be the strong leader we need if worst comes to worst.
In 2007, a major problem was “liar’s loans” the banks made on home mortgages. They are still holding that debt, nothing really was done to fix it. Now they are doing liar’s loans on both house, somewhat and cars a lot… it is as though the rich are stumbling to their own “financial Armageddon,” led their by their own greed.
A fair and flat tax is the most crying need for us to stay solvent. I personally would like to see a few other reforms passed such as Federally funded elections for Federal candidates, and more limitations on lobbyists. But legally, corporations are considered as people and limiting lobbying is preventing their “free speech.” Did you know that (despite promises of transparency), the Obamacare legislation was negotiated and drafted behind closed doors with a healthcare or pharmaceutical lobbyist in every other seat? To limit Goldman Sachs “program trading” by computers, I would issue a tiny tax on all stock trades, which would not hurt the ordinary investor but would stop program trading in its tracks. Well, that’s really about all I have to say. (You know, these reforms have “a snowball’s chance in hell” of being passed by congress. This may very well lead to economic catastrophe.) But even if President Trump and I differ on our economic ideas somewhat, I support the President fully and hope he gets re-elected. But we may not have that long, and I totally support President Trump if he feels the pressing need to take more control. As to President Trump’s Fitness to be the sort of leader we need, consider this: That bastion of liberal-ness Yale University did a study of all the press coverage about Donald Trump over the whole of Trump’s whole first year and found that 90 percent of it was negative. Corruption and entrenched privilege does not give up easily, does it sir? President Trump would be just the man to see us through the tough situation we probably will soon find ourselves in, worse almost every day as our enemies close in around us. Donald Trump has the right ideas to lead us into the future.
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