Every time the Puppeteer Obama speaks, he advises the world that he and his crew of Money Managers are Creating Jobs! Obama has obviously not read Economic Rip Tide.
Creating jobs is like creating diamonds You donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t Create them– you find them. Diamonds are made by nature, and jobs are made by a complete and healthy economy.
A complete and healthy economy has four pillars:
3. Service and
Economies are the cash manifestations of societies. A society is, essentially, a large multiple of a family, which is the basic unit of the human race.
Like all animals, the young humans require parents in order to survive. The task of the parents is to obtain food for the young and to protect them. Without these traits, humans, as a species, would never have survived.
Agriculture reflects the need for food in the family. Manufacturing reflects the need for housing. Service and Trade reflect the needs for the interaction between different families.
We can easily see the Four Pillars as basic to a society and to what we call: An Economy.
Jobs are simply the activity of humans doing the tasks required by a family, or, in a society, the Economy. However, if a society has no Agriculture, and has no Manufacturing, jobs are only available in the areas of Service and Trade.
Agriculture and Manufacturing are essential pillars of an economy. Service and Trade are unessential and secondary pillars of an economy.
If a society lacks food and housing, it does not need, nor can it afford, services and trade.
THE EXPORT OF MANUFACTURING
As Gravity is the primary force of all movement on the planet, Profit is the primary force of all activity in an economy. When businesses were small and self- contained within one country, business owners dealt with labor as best they could, through negotiation.
However, when businesses became large enough to become transnational, the owners or Business Managers, took a different approach to Labor.
The Money Managers decided, logically, that it would be more advantageous from the point of view of Profit, to Export their business abroad where labor was cheap and docile and where the government made every effort to help the Money Managers.
The exportation of American and European businesses abroad began about four decades ago, as the Garment Industry in both the U.S. and Europe were shunted to Asia and Latin America. After the Garment Industry had left, almost every small manufacturing industry followed. Finally, the very large industries, such as the automotive, steel, electrical, ceramics and paper also left.
The Money Managers were very happy. They had large cheap work forces whom they controlled through the Chinese and other governments where the workers lived. This was the end of manufacturing jobs in the U.S.
One cannot Create a job where there is no manufacturing business.
In order to compensate for this loss of jobs, the Financial system became involved and began to loan money to workers. This started the development of a secondary industry: the Service Industry.
The Service Industry grew rapidly in the U.S. Within a short period of time, small companies popped up, servicing lawns and cleaning houses and even offering to clean pets from mobile units.
But, the service Industry was always dependent on a rich workforce, which once was in manufacturing, and then became “rich” on equity loans and other borrowings.
This entire fake fabric collapsed in 2008.
CREATING JOBS IN 2010
Creating jobs in 2010 would require the building of manufacturing businesses which could compete with the Chinese.
There is no other solution!
Since Chinese labor is cheap, efficient and offers a high quality product, it would be impossible for an American company to compete with them without the help of the U.S. Government. The U.S. Government would have to build a protective tariff wall around the fledgling U.S. company.
This is done today throughout the world where small countries wish to protect their domestic industry. But the U.S. is the home of international business. These businesses are interested only in profit. They control the U.S. Government through monetary contributions to the politicians.
It is well known that both the Republican and Democratic parties are controlled by the same group of Multi-national Corporations. The U.S. Government would choose to help big Business before it would help small business create jobs.
THE OBAMA JOKE
Obama the puppeteer is not serious when he voices his familiar and repetitive statements that he wants to Create Jobs.
These statements are a sly joke between Obama and the Money Managers.
Strange that the American people are not laughing.