The trends are clear enough as well but we cannot put it all down to austerity which was a policy response to Europe’s and America’s malaise and to conditions which preceded the theft of taxpayer funds from the banks by those in ultimate control.
For years the West has existed on borrowed time and borrowed money and through the Club of Rome and The Bilderberg movement came up with the ideas of Globalisation and Climate Change.
The remaining jobs here in the UK and Europe are, and have been, under threat from technology, lower productivity and the technological advance of China which the Bilderbergers (All of Europe’s leaders, the Prime Minister, George Osborne, Ed Balls, Kenneth Clarke, Heseltine, Miliband, President Obama, Hillary and Bill Clinton, Bill Gates etc., etc. thought would take place in 20 years, but in fact, took just four, and before the engineered banking collapse by a margin of two years.
The Chinese have been busy building shareholdings in Western companies, buying them outright and buying up mineral rights and land on which to grow food in Brazil, Argentina and Cambodia.
Rightly, they fear Global Cooling, which is what the planet has been experiencing since 1996 (See the IPCC Report).
The banking collapse and the austerity designed to fix the damage has compounded a situation which had already started to unravel years before and Green taxes simply add to the damage by making it harder for the West to compete and export effectively.
As for the OECD‘s graphs and trends, they are worse than depicted because true levels of unemployment is understated and, if there is too much immigration from Eastern Europe, I predict Balkanisation, violence and a breakdown of law and order.
- Opinion – ICTs and the Health Sector | OECD READ edition – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Infographic: Oecd health at a glance 2013 | Irish Times (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: The BBC and Jeremy Paxman should tell Downing Street where to go ex Telegraph – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: Cameron and Osborne want growth – at any cost – Benedict Brogran Telegraph – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- A Hard Look at UK’s Ageing Population, Welfare and David Cameron’s Priorities – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: UK PM Covers Crimes Against Humanity ex Pravda – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: Brussels readies billions in rate-setting fines ex FT.com – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- A Hard Look at the Implosion of UK Healthcare – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: Cameron orders examination on how to force water companies to cut bill ex Guardian – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: OECD educationtoday: Time for the U.S. to Reskill? – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)