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Globalism: power, politics and the world economy

Discussion in 'General Investment and Economics' started by sr20de, Jun 29, 2016.

  1. sr20de

    sr20de Well-Known Member

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    (http://drudgereport.com/)

    European SUPERSTATE to be unveiled: EU nations 'to be morphed into one' post-Brexit
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/683739/EU-referendum-German-French-European-superstate-Brexit

    This information shows what factors could be influencing the Keynesian economic environment.

    I was banned from another forum (which I wont name) for sharing articles which I found to be relevant to informed individuals, reason for using capitals in the headings.

    Quite often my posts will contain up to date information for all those who care to listen.

    There is a global awakening happening, and the mainstream media does not always present all the fact, in addition given the recent Brexit, it shows that people are truly beginning to awaken from the trance.

    I hope they do not get moderated here on this forum. Many factors effect markets, the more information the better, an informed population critically able to analyse information and form their own opinion is a successful population.

    At the time of writing this post, "american union shaken : Trump, Brexit jolt. http://www.drudgereport.com/

    North American leaders meet, with brexit and Trump clouding ties.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/a...ders-meet-with-brexit-and-trump-clouding-ties

    “There’s growing anti-globalization sentiment, there’s anger at elites. This is the big unknown the British people have thrown at all of Europe.”

    I think present a good picture of what is unfolding, globally. I post my links to show my research.
     
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    DeepState Multi-Strategy, Quant and Fundamental

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    The European Union is a project whose ultimate aim is to produce a United States of Europe which limits the chances for internal war. It is hardly a surprise when a statement is made which points to decline in sovereignty for the member nations. More and more power is moving to Brussels and there is even a commission which has been established which is setting up a basis for forcing member states to produce more fiscal stimulus. In other words...Brussels will reach into the pockets of countries who would rather not spend money and spend it on their behalf on whatever they think is best for the greater good. That's the deal for being part of the Union. It is a deal which the people of Great Britain decided to move away from.

    In my view, the Brexit represents a major opportunity to consolidate the Union, which has become increasingly fractured due to the refugee crisis and also the financial crisis. This is a moment whose importance may be compared to the fall of the Berlin Wall in terms of providing impetus for greater unity. There is nothing like the creation of a common threat to unify a squabbling group.

    I find it very interesting that many commentators are saying that the non-binding nature of the poll may ultimately result in no Brexit at all as Article 50 may never be tabled even when Cameron steps down as PM. Perhaps a perverse outcome may be that the Union perceives a strong threat, unifies, only to see that threat never materialise and for the Union to emerge stronger for the experience.

    Must say that I do not make it a point to watch the shock jocks for political science insights. Nonetheless, the politics of money is gaining the upper hand. It is argued that the collapse of the Soviet Union was 'permitted' by the wealthy/powerful as they rose from the ruins as oligarchs. Wealth and power are all relative. You can improve your position by creating chaos.
     
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    Do you think there's enough people awakening to build a new world? And fight against this system?
     
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    Have you read the article,

    PROPOSED ‘EU ARMY’ HIDDEN FROM BRITISH VOTERS UNTIL AFTER BREXIT
    EU army proposal to remain hidden From British voters until day after Brexit vote

    http://www.infowars.com/proposed-eu-army-hidden-from-british-voters-until-after-brexit/

    and,

    CFR MEMBER CALLS ON ELITES TO “RISE UP AGAINST IGNORANT MASSES”
    Wealthy heir to Bloomingdale's chain sneers at populist voters who cherish "values and tradition"

    http://www.infowars.com/cfr-member-calls-on-elites-to-rise-up-against-ignorant-masses/


    it is somewhat telling of what the powers that be actually do as opposed to what they say.

    Further I believe their is a global awakening occurring spiritually mother nature included, politically it is being transmitted as people with the numbers are rising up against the puppet masters. Leading to events such as the Brexit, with events like these occurring as a result of the masses acting politically and peacefully.

    Further pushes can be seen, Poll : Trump Pulls Into Lead 43 - 39

    White house watch Trump 43%, Clinton 39%
    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections/election_2016/white_house_watch

    Collectively as a species we are all starting to realise we all have more in common then we think, we are one and the same, the more we are divided the less we are able to progress to the next level.Politicians and the media can not mute, nor can humanity as a species be controlled by evil intent.

    If a book was being written now, it would be an interesting read.

    I am currently reading, "Tragedy & Hope A History Of The World In Our Time by Carroll Quigly", pg 233 - 234 has an interesting sentence, "infiltration" By this method advanced was to be made around strong points by penetrating as quickly as possible and with maximum strength through resistance, leaving the centres of strong resistance surrounded and isolated for later attention.

    Now I ask you does that sound familiar.
     
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    Globalisation and what it means for countries not with higher wages and standards.

    Things are becoming cheaper and it is great right. Beyond looking at the inflation eating into your salary and money in your pocket after taxes (http://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/090715/how-inflation-affects-your-cash-savings.asp) , there is factor that the media may not be selling you (http://www.forbes.com/sites/willbur...ician-selling-without-a-product/#6044167a1049 ). I say selling you because during the “mining boom” it was wonderful and most ventures were successful with places to export the raw material, it was a modern day “gold rush” ( http://www.abc.net.au/radionational...he-mining-boom-that-changed-australia/7319586) .

    That ended because China stopped growing in the double digit percent (http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36051327) rates correct. Well one could argue if you take into account factors like China during that period, investing behind the scenes in their own capabilities to mine from their own land(http://www.chinavtmmining.com/html/about_profile.php , http://www.news.com.au/travel/world...h/news-story/371376b9893492cfc77d23744ca12bc5 , ) . We think we have the only minable land, seriously are we that brain washed by the main stream media, I know I used to be.

    During that period of the “mining boom”,

    globalism.jpg

    (http://www.abc.net.au/radionational...he-mining-boom-that-changed-australia/7319586)

    What do we notice in the above graph?

    Our manufacturing and agriculture abilities and or output level were decimated.

    In summary we can’t produce anything (http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/manufacturing.html) and can’t grow anything (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agriculture). In summary we can’t feed ourselves and can’t make machinery we need and we have become dependent, yet all that matters is we made money in the past.

    Does this make sense; look at it from the other angle, in 2015, what is Chinas three top sectors, manufacturing, services and agriculture. (http://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/091515/3-industries-driving-chinas-economy.asp)

    With 1,383,648,631 people (http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/china-population/), they are able to sustainably feed and build relevant machinery to their people in addition to being able to provide the relevant services (http://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/service-sector.asp) to sustain the economy.

    Regarding the service sector or the "knowledge economy," or the ability to surpass competitors by understanding what target customers want and need, and operate in a way that meets those wants and needs quickly with minimal cost. (http://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/service-sector.asp)

    That definition remains the same regardless of its ill gains (http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Asia-Pacific/2016/0131/Why-China-hacks-the-world), for example hacking small Australian entities to gain their “knowledge” (http://www.abc.net.au/4corners/stories/2016/08/29/4526527.htm).

    This is an Australia vs China analysis, but it can be done quite easily with other countries.

    Australia is not perfect either as we are known to be a “Puppet State of America” (http://www.globalresearch.ca/australia-america-s-puppet-state/24459) like it or not. But more to the imperfection of Australia on a world scale beyond facts, incidents such as the “PNG Corruption” (http://www.smh.com.au/world/png-cor...ime-minister-peter-oneill-20140616-zs9tl.html), do not provide the nation with a saint like projection globally.

    My analysis is, globalisation is great so long as you have the cheapest labour, usually if you have the cheapest labour you do not have the best conditions. So in a country that harvests its citizens for organs (http://www.stoporganharvesting.org/) it is unlikely in my mind they will have the best employment standards.

    My future analysis based on reading this article, “Australia to capitalise on China's shift away from manufacturing to consumption” (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-04-13/china-shifts-from-manufacturing-to-consumption/7320066), is we are going to be taken advantage of again. Once Chinas gets to the point where they no longer need us for that industry( while they build up their own) , do you think it will be loyalty that will keep them purchasing from us, I present a scenario where once they understand our techniques and other countries, they will then take that “knowledge” and improve on it. It is odd to have this industry being pushed as Australia’s next pay day, as China’s third largest sector is agriculture, what is their motive I ask.

    Here is one scenario, we won’t be able to feed or produce anything sustainably, and no one will want to purchase our minerals because it will be cheaper to buy it from China! The very country we sold everything to in the past will double cross us from a business point of view to put in nicely, due to globalism and its play book.

    This is a brief analysis of globalism and the destruction of once prosperous nations, in the quest for a dollar.

    In closing as China has grown what have we done as a nation? Do we have a space program yet?
     
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