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Breeding Discontent

Breeding Discontent Accompanies the Rise of Fascism. 

What seems to be lost in the Fiscal Cliff discussion is the rise in both arrogance and ignorance. For the government it can be observed in its defiance of its Constitutional Duty and the absence of any consideration as to the structural damage being done by its occurrence that not so long ago (Nixon era) would have been met with constructive action. On the Public side it can be measured in the peak dismissal of personal responsibility for insisting on constructive action and the apparent indifference to the fact that the entire process, as it now does, occurs because the Public has been made to fear standing upon and asserting reason by way of enforcing their will upon the incompetent aggressors. Yes, the Public now believes it is safe to remain silent choosing instead to appear relevant and conscientious by turning on one another by way of the in-your-face political-spike. 

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Banking: The Pirate Subsidy

As the President and Congress express interest in avoiding the Fiscal Cliff I am struck by the narrow field of options being considered; the predictable barrier between what would otherwise be thought of inspired or ingenious and the irreconcilable desire to preserve the structured chaos of a political and economic policy spectrum that is as stale as it is seriously and supremely biased toward imbalance.  

There are many areas of our political and economic system that require restructuring but none more important than the national financial system; more specifically the Banking System. To understand the role of Banking in its present form is to position oneself within the very mechanism(s) which make the Central Banking System mathematically unsustainable and a theoretical dead-end and.  

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Economic Policy; Reversing the Trend

For nearly thirty years I’ve studies various tax, trade and regulatory actions analyzing, in part, their effects on economic cycles reporting my findings and recommendation to a Client with the hope that the effort would lend to a positive outcome. Over the years I have compiled data and anecdotal references to what I observed as cyclical-patterns; it would take nearly twelve years before I would begin to discover their value as an affirming and prognosticative tool.  

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