“Such and something else, each allotted its own committee, is to be held…
…as law insofar as it does not impede our ability to secure monetary…
…interdependence between taxpayer, tax collector, international and corporate interests.”
“Our ruling class will subjugate us into a homogenized cesspool of designer teeth and fancy cars, shiny outfits and empty heads, where everything is paid for and nothing is earned.”
Off On Sundays
“Remember to thank God. His mandate put us here.”
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All three branches of the US Government are complicit in the protracted undoing of the United States’ economic infrastructure.
Legislative: Federal Reserve Act of 1913 enacts the Federal Reserve. Several congressional actions have aided the overall strategy, – here’s one, without ever addressing the Fed’s ability to valuate currency (determine the dollars’ worth) within a fractional reserve model, which is the reason products get more expensive when business owners have to use more dollars to pay for utilities and costs of ownership, Senator Hillary Clinton lobbied to remove bank’s lending requirements, claiming “everyone deserves a home”. Congress agrees and during the same session votes down a raise of the minimum wage (note part about the dollars’ worth – it wasn’t the wrong idea – to not see that would cause hyperinflation), banks write loans enabling masses of the financially unqualified to “buy a home” the banks had to foreclose on eventually.
The entire scenario decimates the Gross Domestic Product of the US, and the whole thing was started (honestly) by the US Congress never intervening in the invention and sale of a real estate investment instrument that is based only on the idea that “home and property prices will always go up”, which of course is impossible to maintain without the fractional reserve spending and valuation model. -After 30 years or so the market-approved investment strategy propped up the ready to collapse real estate market, which caused the bubble burst economy of 2008-2013.
Executive (or Administrative): Bill Clinton signs the US into NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement), an international treaty tying the world economic standing of the US to the market positions of several other nations, setting the stage for a gradual shift to fiscal nation-state sovereignty intended for the countries of North America – much like what the EEC Treaty (European Economic Community) did to European markets for decades before the establishment of the European Union.
Donald Trump signs the US into the USMCA (United States, Mexico and Canada Agreement) which narrowed the scope of NAFTA, and makes US steel in particular the cornerstone of the US’ position among the three nations. Canada and now Mexico have both legalized marijuana nationally, creating a boon to their economic health. The US economy (especially after the last two years) is dependent on its resource markets, but especially steel; the US was number one in the world steel market (it is a nation-building resource) as Bill Clinton signed NAFTA.
The United States fell to fourth in steel production by the time Trump signed the USMCA and all that matters now (in the actual fiscal model of the world), is that the US is the preferred steel merchant for both Canada and Mexico; it keeps the relatively anemic GDP of the US compared to Canada and Mexico (combined) propped up enough to be called a “positive”, without addressing the crumbling markers of actual national economic strength – for example, Mexico has a strong manufacturing base and a persistently strong GNP (because of how many Mexican citizens work in other countries) – the same thing cannot be said for the US.
Judicial: The US Supreme Court made a decision called “Citizens United” in 2010, which changed election finance limits and restrictions, allowing corporations to directly and anonymously contribute to the campaigns of everyone running for office without limiting the amount they can contribute. The decision made clear Non-Profits will benefit too, except where are a non-profits’ interests served in the destruction of a country’s economy? -The decision set the course for anonymous corporatist interests to endlessly dictate how the nation is run (once their bought candidate is in office), and they are free to buy every candidate in every election.
President Bush Sr. announced he and other world leaders’ plans to establish a “New World Order”, it includes the loss of the US as a nation in the establishment of the North American Union, a new corporatist state proscribed by corporatist interests – and all three branches of the US government have been proven complicit in a plan that is openly against the sovereign interests of the nation’s citizenry.
The concerted effort of all three branches to destroy the economy is embodied most strongly in institutional silence:
In the 70s factory automation began replacing skilled labor jobs, where people were no longer the means of production, machines were. For many positions, people lost their incomes and therefore their ability to contribute to the economy. The Fed’s GDP measures total production – though the production is defined as “of the citizen” – as corporate owned machines produce more and more, people produce (and are employed) less and less, while the fact for decades goes unrepresented in the math the Fed uses to determine the dollars’ value.
The country loses middle-class wage paying jobs in droves, but over a protracted period of time because innovations impact production technologies in various sectors, one after the other, and each time higher paying positions once filled by people were lost to machines. On top of this pensions were raided from the late 80s on, creating even less spending capital among the middle class (where new businesses, markets, and innovations are meant to be generated).
-After nearly 110 years of the Federal Reserve controlling the “real worth” of the US economy the books predict the end to the United States as a country.
NOT ONE ELECTED OFFICIAL HAS ADDRESSED IT.