No Rioting – When I am President

Posted in If I were President...., Politics at 12:07 am by Administrator

Of the many excuses for riots, the real reason is ‘in your face’ – frustration from unemployment. Working people find no value in rioting. Frustration accompanies unemployment as with the London rioting and ‘flash mobs’ in Philadelphia. Frustration fueled with jealously and envy is the root of rioting.

There have been 563 people arrested and 105 charged so far in the violence and arson attacks that have rattled the northern part of London and have now spread to other British cities, London’s Metropolitan Police Service said Tuesday.

Mayor Michael Nutter today announced a tighter weekend curfew in the Center City and University City regions of the city, as he continues grappling with the threat of “flash mobs” in Philadelphia.

The media talking heads dance around the causes, but one truth is evident. Working people do not riot. Unemployed people, feeling that they have nothing to lose, make up the rioters core base. A resident of London area spells it out but apparently nobody is listening.

“Tottenham is a deprived area. Unemployment is very, very high … they are frustrated,” said Uzodinma Wigwe, 49, who recently lost his job. “We know we have been victimized by this government, we know we are being neglected by the government,” said another middle-aged man who declined to give his name. “How can you make one million youths unemployed and expect us to sit down?”

As President, I will attack the root causes of unemployment. I will drop unemployment below 2% when my agenda is passed by congress. The creating an environment for employment coupled with eliminating wasteful government spending will put people back to work. Riots will be a thing of the past.

The United States is a consumer oriented country. I would start with the philosophy that we do not have enough people in the U.S. to make all that we consume.

I will also identify and blast anyone that uses class envy to stir up election votes. Class envy has historically been used by the Democrat party even though most Democrat politicians are millionaires. Class envy stirs up jealously, then frustration, among the people.

Instead of being jealous of the rich, the masses need to be enlightened. The tax-paying rich pay for all their entitlement like food stamps, Medicaid, primary education, etc. If people do not like the amount of government handouts, they need to better themselves through education, invention or seeking a better paying job. Destroying the rich destroys the poor’s source of funding, it’s that simple!

Within 60 days as president of the U.S. my office would begin to air a TV reality show. The title would be ‘America – back at work’. This show would feature examples of previously unemployed people working at their new jobs.

We must break the taking and taking cycle. The taking cycle goes something like this email being circulated.

The folks who are getting free shit,
Don’t like the folks who are paying for the free shit,
Because the folks who are paying for the free shit,
Can no longer afford to pay for both the free shit and their own shit.
The folks who are paying for the free shit,
Want the free shit to stop.
And the folks who are getting the free shit,
Want even MORE free shit on top of the free shit they’re already getting!
The people who are GETTING the free shit have been convinced by Democrats in government (class envy) that they need to HATE the people who are PAYING for the free shit. Because the people who are PAYING for the free shit, are mean, prejudiced, and racist.

When in reality, the people paying for the free shit are out of money. You want a riot, try telling the free shit people there is no more money. The solution: the free shit people need jobs.

Government’s spending priorities need to be revised to create those jobs. You want me to stop the riots coming to your neighborhood, let me revise our spending priorities. Let me put Americans back to work. Let prosperity blossom again in the U.S.


The Deficit Mess

Posted in If I were President...., Politics at 6:18 pm by Administrator

Deficit spending became unmanageable under Republicans Regan and the two Bushs. In their ignorance and with Democrat complacency, the U.S. as an economic world power, is figuratively being placed in a coffin. Obama and he ideologues are nailing the top of the coffin shut.

The above message is simply about the truth. Facts do not lie. The chart below is worth 1,000,000,000,000,000 words. While running for president I would refer to this chart as an example of political spending gone wild.

Unmanageable Spending

Unmanageable Spending

Both the Democrats and Republicans represent a complicit acceptance of “fiat” currency. The U.S. dollar ‘fiat currency’ is based on the full faith of the U.S. government and its ability to back its value through taxation. Both the Republicans and Democrats have bought into the fiat currency system. Therefore, both parties believe in taxing citizens as necessary to maintain the dollar’s creditability.

In most cases, a fiat monetary system comes into existence as a result of excessive public debt. When the government is unable to repay all its debt in gold or silver, the temptation to remove physical backing rather than to default becomes irresistible. This was the case in 18th century France during the Law scheme, as well as in the 70s in the US, when Nixon (a Republican) removed the last link between the dollar and gold.

As president, I would reverse the ‘excessive’ public debt spending. I would lead by making the tough decisions about entitlements, government waste, foreign aid, import taxes and revamp the antiquated taxation system.

Since the 1960’s, mistrust of the U.S. government has risen proportionally to the national debt. This mistrust is rooted in what the control freaks in Washington were doing then and continue to do now. Check out just one statement made public by a revered statesman. The attitude and perverted value system behind this statement indicates why government mistrust is at an all time high.

“The Greek people are anarchic and difficult to tame. For this reason we must strike deep into their cultural roots: perhaps then we can force them to conform. I mean, of course, to strike at their language, their religion, their cultural and historical reserves, so that we can neutralize their ability to develop, to distinguish themselves, or to prevail; thereby removing them as an obstacle to our strategically vital plans in the Balkans, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East.” – Henry Kissinger 1974

Change the term Greek people to the United States people and you have what has been happening to our country. The strategic plan is to melt the U.S. into a world economy indistinguishable from any other country.

Understanding this simple truth, I would strengthen our cultural roots. Mistrust of government will not fade away unless people can believe in what our country is doing. How government spends our money sparks the perfect starting point for my presidential campaign.

I can speak for the average tax-paying citizen. The government is wasting our money. Our citizens’ spending priorities are not the same as the governments. The U.S. tax-payer is the foundation for the world’s piggy bank. The people know the concept of ‘fiat’ currency, doing financial business – as usual – is not economically healthy for this and future generations.

Old-guard Republicans and Democrats favor taxation to continue floating our ‘fiat’ currency. No matter what they say, look at the chart above again. Facts are facts.

My campaign promise is to cut spending to what the constitution allows. This may take a century or so, but an old Chinese proverb states that ‘a long journey begins with the first step’.

I would work hard at gaining the trust of the American people by managing our nation’s debt problem. I would not allow the concept of ‘fait’ currency rule our taxation mentality.