President Obama is far and away intelligent enough to see what the problem is with the American economy and easily intelligent enough to know how that problem can be remedied. So why doesn’t he do so? Why doesn’t he begin the road back to a prosperous America? The only reason can be that he made a deal with the devil, so to speak, to become President, and that that deal with the Globalists was to complete the destruction of the nation and, even more importantly, the destruction of the Constitution, both of which were begun by his Globalist predecessors in the Oval Office.
The key to what made America the most powerful economic machine ever seen in the world with the highest per capita standard of living was her mighty manufacturing sector. During World War II the whole country went into major war production. Factories sprang up like mushrooms after Pearl Harbor and were soon spitting out tanks and guns and ships at an unprecedented rate. Once the war was over all of this massive manufacturing infrastructure remained, and it was all converted over into producing consumer goods. Soon American goods were being shipped to every corner of the globe and were renowned for their quality. At the same time the labor unions used their leverage to make sure all of the millions working in the manufacturing industries in America were sufficiently well paid to become no longer a struggling part of the working class, but to become the bulk of the new middle class.
That was how America became great, but that manufacturing infrastructure is no more. America’s manufacturing base has now dissolved into the wind. Little pieces of it have been transferred all over the earth, running as sweat factories using child labor and virtual slave labor in the poorest nations of the world and benefiting no one anywhere other than a tiny wealthy elite at the top who are sucking up all of these profits.
The solution is plain to see, and I know Obama sees it as well as I do. The solution is to rescind all treaties with the UN and the WTO and the IMF and to take back the country for Americans. The solution to cheap goods being manufactured abroad and sold at low prices in America is to place duties and tariffs on everything that enters the country to make sure it does not undercut the price of American manufactured goods. That is the first half of the solution. The second is to start printing money and to provide at least the same amount frittered away on the banks to American companies and individuals who are ready and willing to begin building factories and manufacturing good old Made in USA goods once again.
Won’t this push us further in debt? Who cares. It doesn’t matter. There is already 10,000 times more money in circulation in the world than should actually exist, meaning it is all phony money anyway. The money is all phony, monopoly money in a big game, and as long as you keep playing the game the money has value. So, keep playing the game and don’t worry about the money or how much of it is out there. It’s meaningless. Take a cue from Mexico, which at least twice has shaved a couple of zeroes off its peso with a super peso. Within a few months everyone forgets about the super part and it’s just the peso again. So change the art work, shave off a couple of zeroes, pay off great gobs of the debt which is just as fake as the money anyway, and carry on.
The big thing is to pour money into building a new manufacturing base and then put the laws in place to protect it – and to hell with the rest of the world. Americans need to worry about America and let the rest worry about themselves. But is Obama an American or a Globalist? Here is the oath he had to take in order to chair the UN Security Council:
“I solemnly affirm to exercise in all loyalty, discretion and conscience the functions entrusted to me as a member of the international service of the United Nations, to discharge those functions and regulate my conduct with the interest of the United Nations only in view, and not to seek or accept instructions in respect to the performance of my duties from any government or other authority external to the organization.”
Does that sound like someone in America’s corner? Not to me.