Fake News Media Complains Trump Can’t Fix Economy Instantly

There are these elites  who run our country in greatest secrecy since no one outside of their circle is allowed to listen to their Bilderberg meetings where they set in motion conspiratory systems to get richer and richer while paying workers less and less.  One big tool for ‘less and less for workers’ is the obvious one used by empires in the past: let in cheap labor and export jobs to other places.  When the British empire did this, the ‘other places’ were also run by the Empire so the money didn’t leave.  Our new version of an ’empire’ has us protecting other manufacturing powers and losing the trade war with them at the same time.  Can Trump stop this?


Since very rich people love the present system where we run over the budget by a trillion or three trillion, they are all very much against anything Trump might do about this.  Since Trump is only human, he can’t do this himself and he hopes to do something sane but is he sane, too?


The key thing here is to understand that ALL our elites are crazy.  They seriously imagine they can run riot, loot the country, export jobs, run giant budget deficits to eternity.  This ignores history, of course.  The history of Spain in a nutshell: Spanish people fought the Muslim invaders until they won.


Beginning in 722, they fought hard and long and then the various kings fought each other until after Columbus discovered Central America and a mountain of gold poured into one ruler’s coffers.  Immediately, once this rain of riches appeared, the kings of Spain went nuts and began many wars of conquest until Spain went bankrupt in 1607, not long after the Great Armada disaster in the failed conquest of England.


History has many warning signs posted along the road of Life.  People ignore these signs because humans are easily fooled by their own thinking.  That is, we fall over and over and over again into the same traps.  Here is a brief history of Obama’s job creation as he and Congress ran up record debts doing nearly nothing sane or useful:

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Nearly all the ‘jobs’ created were low wage jobs.  From early 2016:  How Good Is Job Growth? The Chart Obama Doesn’t Want You To See | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis – IBD takes a look at the above statistical stories an analyzes it:


Take that 14.4 million job growth number. That sounds impressive doesn’t it? But that job growth is stretched over almost six full years, during which time the working age population grew by 15.8 million.


In that respect, we’ve lost ground on jobs under Obama.


What’s more, that 14.4 million increase in jobs is measured against when the job market hit rock bottom in February 2010. If you compare the current number of jobs to the previous jobs peak in January 2008 — which is how job growth is normally measured — the number of private-sector jobs has increased just 5.6 million.


During that time, the population grew by more than 20 million. In other words, there’s a jobs gap of more than 14 million…Meanwhile, the number of people who aren’t in the labor force but do want to work is higher today than when Obama took office. And the median length of unemployment is now 11.4 weeks, which is also higher than when Obama took office.


Comparing job growth from a recession to recovery as if this is ‘creation’ instead of ‘getting back to normal’ was a trick pulled out of a tattered old hat by the liberals.  The DNC ceased looking after US workers long, long ago starting with President Clinton.  His wife is owned by Wall Street and that is the other reason I was against her.


Before 2001, the Clintons were not rich.  They grew very rich…collecting BRIBES after that.  The greatest foreign and domestic bribes poured in when Hillary worked for Obama and it infuriated me.  Trump isn’t the most pleasant alternative choice but at least he didn’t collect 99% of his wealth via bribes!


This is a classic ‘between a wall and a hard place’ situation.  Trump isn’t able to run things without the corrupt GOP and the corrupt GOP can team up with the corrupt DNC to stop any outsider and Trump is certainly an outsider, from ruining their game of looting the USA.


When shifts end, many Uber drivers set up camp in parking lots: the guy running Uber has mostly illegal aliens working his systems.  ‘I can see the fear’: multicultural Los Angeles senses a different world under Trump – LA Times reports about a sob story as an illegal alien Uber driver whines about why can’t he and anyone come in illegally and steal US jobs.


Why do ‘liberal’ media operations side with illegal aliens?  They all joined in a haji howling about how citizens dare not use the words ‘illegal aliens’ instead, ‘undocumented workers’.  HELLO!  ‘Undocumented workers’ have  another name: strike breakers!  Not to mention, a danger to the unity of the nation, etc.


Rich people have no solution to our problems.  I was once upon a time studying to become a professor.  I was dumped in the trash can of history very unceremoniously when all the US universities decimated their language departments leaving only basic language training which I completed way back before age 16 in high school.


The high school language exam, the National German Exam Program- American Association of Teachers of German is still running but greatly changed from when it was launched.  I remember it, the test was very difficult and I was #1 in the US.  Now, regional winners get to stay for a few weeks in Germany.  I remember back then, it took me four weeks just to cope slightly!


This is my own fault. I told everyone to never speak English to  me.  So I had to figure out, for example, how to ask a sales lady for underwear.  I used the male form for it which caused classmates and the saleslady to giggle and laugh at me.


But today, unfortunate students who get the four week tour get to go home and…nothing good comes of it.  There is nothing at the top, at the University level left for them.  WTH?  And this is just an example about how our systems are rotting away.  Everything is rotting away in Germany, too.


To drive down wages there, the rulers let in an army of angry young male Muslims who are now running a reign of terror there and few are employable, none spoke a word of German when arriving.  They are intent on destroying Germany and Germans are suicidal now due to years of propaganda about how they don’t need a culture or anything like that.


But then, German culture has been dying since WWI.  Some of the most challenging ‘classical music’ composers, players and listeners lived in Germany.  My own German ancestors built high quality violins, violas and cellos and made me a cello, too.  Now, all is dying off.  Composers don’t write music anymore, all the expensive orchestras are in trouble, young people learning to play  music are confined to a smaller and smaller venue, etc.


The decline and fall of civilizations is easy to track because all one has to do is read history and voila!  There it is, right in our faces.  Debasing the currency is the first sign of decline and this began with us in 1968, the same year I won the right to study in Germany and ended up in one revolution event after the other.


We all go past mile posts and periodically huge billboard signs appear on the Road of Life.  The US has been passing many gigantic, lit up billboards.  Not to mention stop signs, warning signs showing steep, curvy roads ahead, etc. and the drivers of our political and economic systems refuse to heed these signs but push down on the gas peddle.


Can Trump stop this?  Can any single human do this?  Not when the media giants are liars, the other politicians are happy to drive down the mountain at full tilt, or our ‘allies’ who are running trade surpluses want this to stop, either!  So down we go.






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8 responses to “Fake News Media Complains Trump Can’t Fix Economy Instantly

  1. Old Ari

    The beginning of the end, is the debasement of the currency.

  2. Ken

    I’m not sure that 1968 was the start of the debasement of the US currency. Nixon took us off of the gold standard in 1971, so that date has a lot to recommend it. Also, the modern Federal Reserve was formed in 1913, and since then the US dollar has lost over 95% of its purchasing value, so that date has a lot to recommend it too.

  3. Lou

    Federal Reserve was formed in 1913, and since then the US dollar has lost over 95%

    I have thought about that ‘fact’ and decided–
    1913–almost no one had

    indoor plumbing? [not sure on that]
    light bulbs
    air planes

    WHAT DID 1913 DOLLARS BUY? Food and other things.

    ELAINE: in the cities there were lightbulbs all over the place by 1911. Ditto, most places had indoor plumbing. And a number had phones, too. The countryside didn’t have all this infrastructure but especially NY and NJ and the surrounding areas had all this due to the inventions taking off there.
    So did LA, for example. My grandfather had all these things before WWI in Pasadena which was a ‘new city’ back then and built to the standards of Edison, etc. My grandfather knew Edison, by the way and admired him greatly.

  4. emsnews

    The flood of foreign goods got really going in 1968 so I remember inflation beginning at that time, and it was HUGE. THEN gold was cut from the basis of the coinage. It came after, not before. I have been buying my own food and fuel since 1967. The price jump between those two years was startling to me.

  5. Lou

    I knew a lot of people who didnt have a phone in 1970. Lots.

    ‘gold was cut from the basis of the coinage’—–In a previous thread, you mentioned a gold hoarder and it seemed you didnt think much of gold or hoarders, or both.

    1967–was Gasoline .20 cents a gallon?

  6. emsnews

    At the same time, I knew people who had all sorts of stuff and had it since before WWI. Also, I lived on my mountain IN A TENT for TEN YEARS off the grid with very primitive living conditions with my ox team, horse team, a herd of sheep and some turkeys and chickens.

    The refrigerator was Winter. The toilet was a hole in the ground. 🙂

  7. Jim R

    Gold was $35 an ounce. If you had bought some in the ’60s and managed to hang onto it, that would have countered inflation somewhat. Of course the problem was that we didn’t have the money to spend back then, for something that we’d have to keep for decades.

    It peaked in 1981, and then again in 2011. Will it have another run-up? Maybe. Maybe not …

    by the way, Bitcoin has just passed $1000. Its proponents have been making some wild claims for it, but of course YMMV. If banksters decide to go after it and have laws passed against it, the price can collapse even more quickly.

  8. emsnews

    I was a student back then and to pay for my first child, I sold my Chevy truck and then had to move to NYC and hammer my way out of poverty the hard way. In retrospect, I was better off than everyone who continued to get a full degree only to find all the jobs were eliminated.

    I went to NYU to talk with the German department there and then decided to go into construction instead. I warned them, ‘You are next’ and voila: within two years, most of them, too, were eliminated. Much unhappy talk from friends of mine who were professors. I told all of them, ‘Get a new career, we are finished.’

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