France’s Yellow Vest riots are an indictment of Socialism, Corporatism and the European Union.
All are one in the same.
None serve the needs of the people.
All three serve to entrap the citizenry within the bottomless barrel of despair known as serfdom.
The protestors call for an increase in minimum wage or a reduction in taxes, yet it is the futile reliance on the government to do something that is the cause of the current crisis.
Government is not the answer here.
Government is the problem.
Government created the problem by creating deficits while spending the money foolishly thus bringing about austerity.
In the old days the French could simply print up money to cover the shortfall.
This is not possible anymore, or so we think, and printing up Euros is most decdedly out of the question.
The cruel German bankers and their puppets in Brussels will never permit such.
Yet this is exactly what is needed – all over the member states of the EU – and in massive amounts.
When one side, the rich, have won the game, and the other side, the poor, have no money to play the game, printing up money and giving it to the poor is a way of continuing the game.
It allows the poor to use that money to buy their own house, apartment or business.
It’s the only way to continue the game.
And the game does need to be reset in France and the world.
The so-called New World Order of lords and vassals is a bust.
Now, of course, to propose that money be printed and given to the poor is risky; the elites will immediately create the bogeyman of inflation.
This is funny, because the bogeyman of inflation was never brought up in the US during QE1, QE2, and QE3 when money was given to failed bankers and the losers in Corporate America.
It wasn’t brought up because QE1, QE2, and QE3 existed to increase Corporate America’s stake in the ownership of America.
Of course, what a responsible leader should do is the opposite of what quantitative easing did do which was to give money to the rich.
What a responsible leader should do is punish the rich for causing the 2007 debacle.
You punish the rich by decreasing their stake in the game.
Suppose we have a society of two people, you and I, and there is a wealth in society of $100 where I own $95 and you have $5.
Now what would happen if we printed $100 and gave $95 to you and $5 to me?
What we would attain is an evening of wealth in society.
Now, of course, the rich would argue that the poor would spend their newly gained money foolishly on beer and cigarettes.
But the money created need not necessarily be doled out in cash. The money could be used to pay down existing mortgages and buy apartments for people who are currently renters.
In fact no money needs to be created at all. It’s can be accomplished with a pencil.
A debit is created in the new owner’s home asset account, and a credit is created in the asset account of the rich.
Now, think what that would do for the economy of France. And the world.
People who now pay money for rents could use that extra money to invest in new businesses or buy goods that will boom the French economy.
To prevent people from immediately selling their house or apartment a moratorium on doing so can be instituted.
The rich, of course, would lose their stake in European society.
You broke it; you bought it.
The German bankers will of course rebel. The IMF will cry foul.
Of course they will. Their goal has never been about enabling people.
Their goal was and still is to enslave people through debt and indentured servitude.
Thus the Yellow Vests.