“7. The world economic tail whips following the 2008 Presidential elections and a new financial worry soon stales the outlook.”
-A.C.H. from the blog posting
‘A Future Alternative and Possible Evolution Beyond the Veil of Evil ‘The Story from today’s news:
Financial crisis complicates Obama transition
As president-elect, Barack Obama faces a tricky task as he begins dealing ever more directly with the economic meltdown, grappling with the worst financial crisis in seven decades but not yet wielding the power to do much about it.
He won’t be a participant at President Bush’s global summit next week, although the 20 leaders attending are no doubt keenly interested in his views. And he may have to eventually push back against some members of his own party in Congress over details of a new plan to stimulate the economy.
Congress convenes for a lame-duck session on Nov. 17, and Obama is giving all indications that he’ll play a direct role rather than keeping his distance until he is sworn in.
You might know what I am going to say here and it is not good. World markets are right now projections rather than what can be usually counted in as indirect reflections of the past. This being said, what investors are looking at with a President Elect Obama concerns a world financial failure due to a lack of confidence in the projected administration. This is not a wait and see situation for investors as their/ our life blood hangs upon what is now central in terms of real and viable solutions to an overpopulated world plagued with unrealistic industrial demands upon an ecological system in total and undeniable failure. Hence, as foretold a growing population of thinking people are realizing that the basic needs of Maslow are never going to be met now nor in the future for our children. A President Obama does not alone have the ideas needed to solve the real underlying problem of a now global financial meltdown.
Here is what must happen:
1. A financial banking system central to the world must be immediately implemented or the majority of individual systems of wealthy industrial nations will fail.
2. A world socialist movement must be accepted following a world banking system along with mandatory security measures that include retinal scanning, frequency identification, subcutaneous microchips, and other forms of electronic surveillance, monitoring, and information/ data management technologies.
3. Following the complete and necessary dissolution of the United Nations, Russia and other nuclear powers must quickly unite their military forces and technologies under a new security pact that will ensure a strong central government along with related financial operations.
4. A new electronic currency must also be strongly enforced thereby eliminating previous costs of management and security. Previous means of theft and illegal negotiation will be all but eliminated without physical forms of property and currency.
This must now be seriously considered or our world financial situation will soon reach a critical stage in which a major war is likely. Whether or not such a war should occur, the aforementioned world unification will happen as a future born of necessity.
Acceptance is the key.