Stock markets are falling. Don't you see?
American central bank Fed saved the greatest insurance company AIG, but american stocks are still falling. It's being openly spoken about a crisis. A titles of economic reports shows it too. The worries of crisis increases, and bankrupt Lehmann Brothers bank even deepened them. Not even 85 milliards of dollars for AIG didn't revive markets and stock market indexes in USA and Asia, they're still falling.
A crudely translated quote from one inlandish article. I didn't believe it at first, but it seems that it's really happening. How can it be, that you guys don't already discuss it here?
Google may help, for example, this article, but somewhere there was a cute blog entry of a confused theist, relying on God's will to solve it. I hope God doesn't listen to her, because I want it here and shaking the concept of global finances itself from it's basis.
It seems to come true, what wise people predicted for years, even decades, that this economic system will fall. It is, in fact, system of imaginary finances. There are imaginary money created and based on comodities with changing prices. There is no real national profit - this number just shows, how every nation manages to ravage the nature. But the comodities aren't imaginary, they're real, they can't be printed, or transferred in a split of second across the world. The dichotomy between the electronic money and real valuable stuff is increasing, just as the enormous gap between the rich and the poor.
The world, where a major part of wealth is controlled by a tiny minority of the rich, is very unstable. In this world, 960 milliards of dollars is paid every year just on weapons, to keep this state by force, to keep almost a half of humanity near or in poverty. It's not cheap, it's deadly, it's self-destructive, and the only way out of it is to let it crash. As this predicted and expected financial instability shows, this system is dead, it just doesn't know about it yet. Financial injections, like these 85 milliards of dollars won't solve anything, it's less or more imaginary.
It's like a group of naked people in a frost is fighting for a small blanket. Whoever gets it for a while, leaves other exposed to the frost, and there will not be any more blankets. And to paraphrase someone, there must be blankets for all, or no-one is covered. That's a problem, eh?
In my opinion, there is no cure. This financial system is eating itself from within and it's fall is only a question of time. Even if this scary crisis would somehow fade away (which I wish won't happen!!! Die, worldwide financial system! ) in a year or two we've got it here again and much worse.
We can only see it fall and build some more just system, where all people will have their fair share of world's wealth which belongs to them. This building may take a century, but starting it is the best economic decision ever since the invention of money.
I suppose there are economic experts, who have a plans of the economy transformation, but first they need a public agreement and interest for it. Remember, we, who have the internet, mostly live on an expense of the other half of world population. Our living is so good, because their living is so bad. Our money are bloody. Our problems are ridiculous, compared to their futile everyday struggles for survival. Not only it's a shame of human race as such, it's the root of all evil, wars, terrorism, and fanaticism. It's a global burglary. My stomach is full, but I regret it for that price.
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Btw, I'm interested if there was or will be any interview on some American TV ( maybe regional) with some advisors, a press conference or something. I mean, it would be interesting to see if some previously rather unkown people uses this crisis as a starting point for their ideas. Because, this situation requires a new ideas and hopefully will attract them. If you'd spot any interesting personality in TV, let me know.
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