What’s good for the global economy
- The average person in most countries is not better off
- More families are getting food stamps and disability
- The employment numbers have been cooked for years
What’s good for the global economy? Obviously jobs would be good for a lot of countries. A lot of countries are under austerity measures where there’s no jobs and limited support for people who have no income and nowhere to live.
The average person in most countries is not better off than they were 10 years ago or even five years ago. You hear about the number of jobs being produced monthly, but what you don’t hear about is that paltry number is not enough to even catch up to the millions and millions of jobs that have been lost.
Talk to most families and you’ll be lucky to find an entire family that’s employed. About 25 percent of families have no one in the family employed. In fact, more and more families are getting food stamps and disability and other types of government assistance. Once they’re on these programs the incentive to work for many disappears and unemployment multiplies.
If you really think that unemployment is around six or seven percent, then you are being delusional. Delusional because the employment numbers have been cooked for years. We would tell you that you could multiply those reported unemployment numbers by three or four and still be wrong. What will be coming next – another war. You see, wars seem to be good for the economies. Wars create jobs, even if it’s just rebuilding some country that’s been destroyed by war.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That the global economy is on life-support.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because you will soon see more countries defaulting on their debt like Argentina did.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: If you have a job hold onto it, if you need a job look harder.
COMMENTARY: Again, you are not being told the truth. Is it really so easy to steer people around like blind mice? If that’s what the majority are doing then like a giant vortex, it will take a lot of added paying attention on your part to avoid getting sucked into it along with the masses. Turn off that TV and do your own homework. Don’t let anyone “broadcast” anything to you – TURN IT OFF and seriously question anyone who doesn’t. They are programmed and brainwashed and perfectly positioned to go down the chute with the rest of the masses.