Bit by bit, it’s important for LightWorkers to stay atop the efforts around beloved Lady Gaia which involve the emergence of renewable energy. While most of us wish it would happen “yesterday,” changing such an ingrained global system does take a little time, and I, for one, am most grateful when I see such promise peaking out from the clouds.
Germany’s biggest utility company, EON (taken from the Greek word æon meaning “eternity”), is excited about helping to spearhead the renewable energy movement, as is evidenced by their supervisory board approving this strategic shift. “We are convinced that it’s necessary to respond to dramatically altered global energy markets, technical innovation, and more diverse customer expectations with a bold, new beginning,” EON reported.
Further, we can applaud their downsizing for all the right reasons, when back in August 2011, EON decided to close all the country’s nuclear power stations by 2022, rather than as originally planned in the year 2036: 10,000 jobs cut from their 85,600 employees!
Europe is Beginning to Re-Strategize Its Financial Approach
A couple countries in Europe are seeing eye to eye: The banking sector of both the Germans and the Dutch are recognizing their current fiscal strategies are not working. This is great news from my vantage point, considering the US Corporation is still running the show (in my opinion, of course)!
Parts of the European Union are beginning to conceptualize how their economies will look and operate if they decide to reclaim their power and deviate from the cabal-lead self-imposing financial system currently dominating the world.
Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem said, “Monetary policy in many international regions is running out of effectiveness …The risk of bubbles could be a future threat to our economic revival.” It is my wish that the US Corporation would also consider such financial policies that support and work FOR the people, rather than benefiting businesses, and further would advocate for global economic reform as parts of the EU are doing.
Does Corporate Consolidations Lead to Monopolies?
“U.K. banking continues to be an oligopoly,” said Jayne-Anne Gadhia, chief executive officer of Virgin Money. “It’s important to give customers the best possible deal to make sure that oligopoly is changed.”
Thank you Jayne-Anne for stating the obvious: These financial conditions must change. My concern… Is this proposed approach the best way for success? I don’t know.
You see, the theory is to buy smaller banks in order to increase their reach. That logically is sound; however, I wonder if this does not pave the way for said conglomerates to ultimately form a monopoly, and in turn, create a whole new set of problems.
Maybe I’m just over-thinking it, and I need to trust the process. But of course, it was our trusting of the process that got us in this mess anyway, right? Trusting the elected officials to have our best interests at-hand, but some days I’m not always convinced that they do… geez, darned if I do, and darned if I don’t!! Nonetheless, I AM grateful there are people in the higher-ups who do understand that our current system must change …thank you White Hats for leading the way!
However, Truth be told: Our system is changing and it will be changed. It is this type of thinking and courage within this article that will ultimately forge ahead with Nova Earth …one step, one consolidation, at a time!
Even if your current situation is heavy, know that this too shall pass!
We Are All One,