Financial Crisis that is Looming on us.
In this post I wanna share my thoughts about the financial crisis, which is predicted by many experts.
What is the financial crisis?
In fact, it is a crisis associated with the manipulation of the money supply with the help of which we exchange goods and services. A natural crisis is a natural disaster when valuable things are destroyed - cars explode, houses collapse, people die and so on. In this case there is a natural cause for the crisis. However, when a crisis is financial, it is essentially artificial. The barber has not lost his ability to cut. Before the crisis the cow gave milk, so the cow continues to give milk. However, a farmer can not get a haircut at the barber, because he has no money supply, no money, no means for exchange, which is regulated by the state system.
Look, there is no crisis in reality.
That is, it exists only because there are problems with the money supply. And these problems do not arise for some natural reasons. They arise artificially, intentionally.
As a result, our barber can not get milk, because the farmer sells milk for money. A farmer can not get a haircut at the barber, he also has no money. What a strange situation! Especially when you consider that the farmer has milk, and the barber has not lost his ability to do haircuts and hairstyles.
Why don't they exchange their goods and services without money?
Here is such question arises! Why should they suffer without the goods and services necessary for normal life simply because someone created problems with the money supply?
In the 1990s, after the collapse of the Soviet Union the wildest crisis began. It was a real nightmare for the ordinary people, they were on the verge of survival. My own parents, engineers, high-class specialists were left without money and they had to engage in all sorts of trade, just to feed me and my sister. At the same time, one very entourage person, an entrepreneur, created a commodity exchange (where barter transactions were carried out) and thus became a millionaire. People and companies didn't have the money to do business, so the need for direct exchange was incredibly high.
Now all kinds of experts predict another financial crisis this fall. 1998, 2008 and here it is, 2018! We are predicted that there will be a restructuring of the global financial system. End of dollar power. Will cryptocurrencies become a new basis for exchange? (What do you think?) Or maybe the yuan will take the place of the dollar?
Whatever it is, the main idea of my article today is that the financial crisis is an artificial crisis. After all, barbers can still do haircuts and hairstyles, and cows can still give milk. But people entrusted the organization of their lives and their economy to the state system. And this state system no longer cares about these people. Because the psychology of many people in power is that the world is divided into elite and crowd. And the elite can and should live well, and the crowd should live badly. That's the problem. I spoke on this topic two years ago in my first posts.
A good world order is when the strong take care of the weak. A bad world order-is when the strong "devour" the weak, that is, exploit them.
When the strong help the weak, it is mercy, kindness. This reflects the human soul. The divine basis of man himself. When the divine spark in man goes out, he begins to use his power to "devour" the weaker, to "go on the heads", to realize his interest at all costs. And then the hell begins.
I hope that kindness and beauty will save the world. First, they will save the inner world of each person. And then there was that big and originally beautiful world in which we all ended up one way or another.
Peace to you, dear people! The more love in our hearts, the less crisis will be in our homes and families. Because a crisis starts in the heart. It is impossible to deceive the person who is kind and honest to himself, who lives by a sense of truth, beauty and love.
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