Perhaps I can look at a few statements from President Obama’s State of the Union address. I do so knowing that there’s only so much he can say and that, as I understand it, he’s thoroughly aware of NESARA and other developments that are just a short time ahead in our future.
First of all, the parts of the speech that I thought were well-said.
“We know our economy is stronger when our wives, mothers, and daughters can live their lives free from discrimination in the workplace, and free from the fear of domestic violence. Today, the Senate passed the Violence Against Women Act that Joe Biden originally wrote almost 20 years ago. I urge the House to do the same. And I ask this Congress to declare that women should earn a living equal to their efforts, and finally pass the Paycheck Fairness Act this year.”
Well said. Hoorah. And maybe it will actually pass the Senate, most of whose members are probably in containment.
“We know our economy is stronger when we reward an honest day’s work with honest wages. But today, a full-time worker making the minimum wage earns $14,500 a year.
“Even with the tax relief we’ve put in place, a family with two kids that earns the minimum wage still lives below the poverty line. That’s wrong. That’s why, since the last time this Congress raised the minimum wage, nineteen states have chosen to bump theirs even higher.
“Tonight, let’s declare that in the wealthiest nation on Earth, no one who works full-time should have to live in poverty….”
Let me stop there. Not because I don’t think what he said immediately after was not praiseworthy, but just to keep the size of this article reasonable (perhaps read the next two paragraphs from the text of the speech itself). (1)
Now the parts of the speech that, in my opinion, haven’t a chance in heck of producing any meaningful results.
The President says: “Our economy is adding jobs – but too many people still can’t find full-time employment. Corporate profits have rocketed to all-time highs – but for more than a decade, wages and incomes have barely budged.” Later he said: “A growing economy that creates good, middle-class jobs – that must be the North Star that guides our efforts” and “our first priority is making America a magnet for new jobs and manufacturing.”
There are many aspects of our economy today that doom it beyond repair. The derivatives crisis alone promises that the economy as presently constructed is dead, never to rise again. The total debt for derivatives, the last time I looked, which was some time ago now, was $200,000 for every man, woman and child on the planet. There is no recovery from such a debt load. There’s only calling it quits and starting again, as we will with NESARA.
But that’s only looking at the situation from one angle. Let’s look from another.
The computer has ripped through the job market, devouring jobs, making the labor market a buyer’s market, causing workers to lose pensions, benefits, and everything else they once enjoyed. There are no entry-level jobs left that I’m aware of. The jobs that are being created these days are quite probably low-paying, often contract, without benefits, etc. Anything entry-level went the way of the dodo decades ago. But we simply won’t face the music on the matter.
I don’t envy the President’s own job. Until NESARA comes in, he’s obliged to say all the right words and go through all the right motions. But the economy is moribund and probably will remain so until it goes through a wholesale reformation, reconstruction, and renaissance with the dropping of all the current foundations on which it’s so shoddily based.
I understand the President’s position. If I were in that job, I’d probably be saying the same things and counting the days until the new economy begins. He has his part to play.
But I suppose my wish is that, while we don’t blame him for the lines he’s given to speak as his part in the play, we also don’t believe those lines.
NESARA is our way out of the mess our economies are in. Job creation is not. Raising taxes, lowering taxes – it’s too late for measures like these to make the slightest difference.
Why don’t we stop giving CPR to a dead patient and get on with the real work of rebuilding this world. I think that depends on the rest of us taking our attention off the charade that is played out in Washington and London and Zurich and wherever else the old power centers were. (I forget and soon “they” will forget too.)
Tomorrow we celebrate Nova Earth Day. That’s a day for us to come together and project out onto the world a new vision for society, the economy, and all else that cannot and will not benefit from more of the old nostrums and platitudes. We’ve learned over the past few years that our collective intention projected out onto the world actually does have effect. Why not use it now to bring in a new era?
Let’s face it. The old economy is dead. Long live the new economy. Long live NESARA! Let the former power brokers in Congress go back to playing solitaire on their laptops and let the people now take the levers of power and show them an economy that works.
How much longer will we play this shell game? People are hungry. Homes are being foreclosed on. It’s time for a new generation to take the helm of the ship of state.