05 September 2012

Ransom the World

Ransom the World

The following breadth of solutions are for those who desire them, if at any time a feeling of insult or disgust arises the fault is of the reader, for listed are the simplistic equations of economics, the stronger opposition is to these standardizations the more failure exists. During the emergence of emergency all logical economic plans must save an economy, as it is abandoned so is civilization.

Industry: A candle that burns at both ends burns twice as bright.

1.       There is capacity for productivity, jobs can be utilized.
I.                    It is folly to believe that joblessness is result of a lack of capacitive growth. The ability to harness capital is only burdened by bureaucratic favoritism; subsidy creates unnatural growth which results in equally unnatural pricing of commodities and a reduction to the value of independence. Fuel for energy and energy for fuel are readily available, human exceptionalism is modern innovation. Tools can be built today for a job tomorrow, woe for the land uncultivated, for the restricted mines, for the decaying factories, for the eroding tools. Economies die not for lack of trying, but from the lack of spirit.

2.       There is a market for increased jobs.
I.                    As population expands, markets for workers need to exist whenever a citizen of a democratic constitutional republic has aptitude. As people struggle they starve, their families suffer dire poverty, many more lives are in abject desperation, the totalitarians tell of dangerous surpluses from their stolen troves, as efficiency is at its lowest.

3.       Capitalism is a market, communism is an abattoir.
I.                    A civilization is civilized in contrast to society, which is socialized. If economics are to prove worthy, meeting the needs of an economy, opportunity must be braved and not denied to the generations, nationalism and isolation slows exports by negating the commerce needed to create riches. Lulls or consumer market deflation slows production and by default cripples competitive pricing, which is a luxury to consumers and a boon to industrialism, morons will begin to blame low exports for wage depreciation and call for protectionist measures, again the flagships of industry are rebated or exempted from taxes and monetary depreciation punishes consumers.

4.       Debt for a promise creates a deficit of trade.
I.                    The outcomes of banning private property repeatedly prove efforts to increase exports with communal ownership increases joblessness. It is a tithe that will not multiply, paid to frauds who capitalize on crises to promise solutions. Resist must life isolated with the desolate fascists who would be swindled from their souls, a most prized possession. It can be said that the soul is not one’s to sell if it belongs to another, the communist’s soul belongs to sin until they are reborn.  To protect production seek to protect sanctity.

5.       Save a market, kill a subsidy.
I.                    Utility is the progeny of an ingenuity that meets all demands, subsidy to industrial communists creates the rise of indentured servitude, with funds delivered to the organizers the craftsmen are denied the credit or charity that buys and repairs proper tools. Communism is a tiered microcosm of folly national socialism. Socialism is gradual transformation from fundamentalism to dependency; communism is the poison peddler reliant on a society’s addiction. Soil becomes fallow and potential abandoned when those who steal attempt independence from capitalism.

6.       Workers, national identity, leadership.
I.                    Creating jobs and increasing productivity shall only be successful if society has wealth to absorb industrialization, when profit is tandem to innovation deeds become a commodity and slavery becomes a crime. Wages must be achievements or decency becomes an unconsidered/irrelevant element of production, save incentive to be given not stolen. Nepotism displaces equality and replaces it with complacency. Collectivization defines resources but doesn’t refurbish an economy, as such the influence of capital increases until he who has the gold makes the rules, and prices will rise despite production increases because demand is high, often this leads to monetary hyperinflation and political impotence.

7.       Utilization
I.                    When bureaucrats claim that production cannot come by productivity, escape them.
II.                  Eminent domain is imminent failure.
III.                Ghettos are kennels, propaganda for politicians, and the perpetuation of income inequality, apathy camps and degenerate hovels.
IV.                Federal spending cuts without tax cuts are not cuts at all. Politicians are employees of the body republic.
V.                  Public subsidy cannot create private industry. Money does not grow on trees.

8.       A constitutional republic is not protectionism.
I.                    The duty on lenders caused by joblessness hampers bureaucracy and cronyism, which is relief and growth for private industry. Corruption thrives on a generous dole that systematically fundamentally transforms capitalism into a stillborn dictator.