Our Fiscal Cliff Problem is StructuralSubmitted by attackapathy on Wed, 01/02/2013 - 13:41
Reposted from the CollapseReport.com
It's over and lawd help us we averted the fiscal cliff. Congress got the job done. Or did they? Our government is paralyzed and does not know what to do to cut spending. Instead, additional taxes are sought. But there's something they are not telling you. With a TWO TRILLION deficit looming, scraping away another 100 billion isn't going to save us from the cliff. Picture Congress hanging over a giant cartoon cliff with a huge rock tied to his foot. The next second it goes over but he tells us "We're saved" from the fiscal cliff. But we aren't.
The Ron Paul Prescription - the RPP - True cuts, is just put off. No one wants to deal with it. No one has the power to say no to the war lobby. And while agreed we can't just turn off the spigot, we need a restructuring plan to start to slowly turn the taps. The One Trillion a year defense budget needs to get back to 300 billion, and fast. And that means pullouts and closings, most of which should be overseas... South Korea, Japan, Philippines, Germany. There is simply no reason to have troops there.
We can’t simply cut our way to prosperity. Cutting spending has to go hand-in-hand with further reforms to our tax code so that the wealthiest corporations and individuals can’t take advantage of loopholes and deductions that aren’t available to most Americans. And we can’t keep cutting things like basic research and new technology and still expect to succeed in a 21st century economy. So we’re going to have to continue to move forward in deficit reduction, but we have to do it in a balanced way, making sure that we are growing even as we get a handle on our spending. - Obama
But America has a STRUCTURAL problem that will only get worse as America browns and our native hard working high IQ Europanic population becomes the minority. We need to reverse this trend by reversing immigration flows, curbing added incentives for multiple children in welfare programs, and encouraging our best and brightest to have MORE children. If we don't, we face a future of horror like darkest Africa. This isn't just a message to advantage WHITE Americans, but it's a message to lift up our existing population of hispanics and blacks as well. Everyone will go down a rung in collapsing America and for the poor that is going to be horrific.
What will become of us when every school is like 90% minority Chicago public schools where each one needs armed police officers to manage the violence? That is a microcosm of what America as a whole will become like. The additional costs to maintain order in a violent minority society is just one more way that the whole gets dragged down. Our economy becomes one of jails and prisons and police officers, not scientists and engineers. Eventually it just falls down the crapper. Who will they tax then?
Dysgenic breeding of blacks and hispanics has gone on for too long. We need at the very least to promote children in these populations only when they are successful in our society not when they are failures. How to do that is difficult and controversial. Billing back costs for childbirth and deducting it from a fixed welfare benefit over several years would be one step to drive the message home that babies are a burden if you can't take care of yourself. Expand the tax credit for having children to 10,000 per child. This means that the struggling 80,000 a year family with four kids gets their first 40,000 in earnings tax free. That's a deal I think the middle class needs desperately. But have it kick in so that you only get the additional deduction IF you are in a household with that level of earnings OR how about a 20,000 a year tax credit phased in to every college graduate who has 2 or more children. It's unworkable to say "a top tier graduate" from an elite school should get even more but if it wore possible I'd go that far. Babies. Babies from smart people. And lots of them! That's the real prescription for success. Somewhere in our mass work to death society and hugely demanding corporate jobs, longer and longer periods of demanding elite university education, we've put our most productive 20 year olds on a treadmill that makes having babies nearly impossible. So instead the welfare class has all the babies. Our population grows from massive immigration not from native births. Thats the cliff baby, and the demographic nightmare is upon us already!
Take social security. Since current retirees are funded by the existing population, and since we are in a population BOOM we should be well funded. Instead it's just the opposite because 50% of our nation doesn't work at all. What do we do when 80% of us don't hold jobs? 90% 100%? Do I have to spell it out?
This population cliff is the true fiscal cliff. A brown nation is a broke nation. It's time to wake up and recognize reality no matter how painful and politically incorrect it is. Let's return competition and real scholastic standards to classrooms. Only 8% of blacks can read and do math? Well of course, they are welfare offspring, destined for 60 years of dim witted low production violence rape and prison. Will some escape that fate through hard work. Of course. But the rocket scientists from that population will be few and far between.
So much of our society needs to re-vamp and become competition based. All schools should have a entrance exam and classifications - A B C or D. The better schools should get the better microscopes and chemistry sets and swimming pools and computer labs. Instead we do just the opposite - we spend the most on the gangland schools and often build lavish palace schools in welfare zones and then wonder why the children don't miraculously pop out smarter. No education as stratified must be a possibility in America and soon if we are to have any chance at a competitive nation, because that competition that fighting for peking order must get ingrained in the children, not the marxist la mecha you deserve it all because you are oppressed victims crap that they get brainwashed with at charter schools like this one.
Time to turn the nation around from the fiscal cliff.. and doing so has nothing to do with tax cuts or spending.