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Free Trade Agreement

The great world banks such as Wells Fargo, the most expensive bank in the world, Goldman & Sachs, Morgan Stanley or the Deutsche Bank AG in Frankfurt a. M. have grown so large in conservative business by offering their customers only minimal or even no interest on their giro accounts and savings, although these customers’ funds, including the savings and investments, do not have to be kept fully liquid, although they can still be used to make huge profits - on the backs of the savers and investors.
Banks like to play for big stakes, and even those which could bring an end to their existence. The loan or credit business however is a safe business. People bring their savings and enjoy the tiny profits which the banks give them, and clearly, this does not endanger the existence of the bank. The crux of the matter is that this is used to do good business, all of which was founded on the investments and savings of citizens in their giro accounts, who have received or will receive back only a small part of the profits made out of their investments and savings by the world banks. It was after all the investors who made their money available to conduct such loan business (also for the management of the banks). The bank made profits from this - but the investor received little in return. The banks even speculated on these investments, i.e. loans and burdened the citizens (who could be also investors) with tax costs in the event that the speculation brought losses (Financial Stabilisation Act and Fund) to the point where these losses of the banks now came from tax funds or funds of the ESM, and banks were protected from bankruptcy, although their policy had been so faulty that the market itself should have got rid of them.
In this way, the most natural factor in a free, but far too free market system was disrupted and redesigned as a policy for high finance - and here lies the proof of this, which eve prevents bankruptcies. The investor is therefore no longer protected, nor the citizen. The only interests that matter are those of party-politics and high finance.
That things should not and cannot remain so is one thing; the other is that for the purposes of a European bank union, banks should be wound up at the European level at the cost of savers and investors, but are thereby protected against bankruptcy. This is all dressed up with the false argument that these banks must not go under, because they are important for lending money to businesses and private persons, a stupid argument, but it is nevertheless so. Only in this way does this faltering system continue working, and as far as the accompanying political mistakes are concerned, goes hand-in-hand with reduced returns on savings due to the reduction of the interest rate, which was decided by party-politics in the governments of the national states and their parliaments, and the ECB, which is based in Germany but not subject to German jurisdiction. Hardly for the benefit of citizens. And it is also very helpful and convenient that those responsible (can) shift their responsibility between national and European offices, without infringing any legal principles. On the contrary: In this way, the law can be circumvented and even bent, so that every idea that banks and Governments might have to take advantage of investors, is feasible, even in the face of resistance from within their own ranks. One such idea is the idea of the Free Trade Agreement.

The so-called Free Trade Agreement between European and also other western countries with the USA is a fait accompli. It is intended to lead to greater growth for all participating countries. However, it does not state anywhere where this growth is to come from.
Well-known scientists, such as the social scientist Meinhard Miegel for example, already stated years ago that growth can no longer be expected. This statement was adopted by the CDU at its Party Conference in November 2010 in Mainz, where it was proclaimed that quantitative growth was a thing of the past, and that we would have to try to obtain growth by the promotion of qualitative growth. The CDU unfortunately failed to say where this qualitative growth might come from, when everything “Made-in-Germany” is already supposed to be of excellent quality.
The Free Trade Agreement is therefore built on sand from the very outset. Measures which serve only to regulate and control people and assets (which the IMF in particular failed to do), are cheated out of a possible chance that such an Agreement could really achieve something. To this extent, the opinion of specialists has also become distorted and useless. The Troika of the ECB, IMF and EU Commission has therefore also failed, although it has made plenty of provision for its own survival and for good relationships - but it of no sue to the European peoples.
The motivation to be able to achieve something, which has long since been lost, also plays a role in the rescue package liability constructions in the Euro rescue crisis. The citizens are liable for their own bankrupt countries, which are actually insolvent, and can only still take part in the trading of goods (in Europe and internationally) because the loans which are made in order to keep the state going are secured by the liability of the citizens.
There are therefore no more countries, at least in Europe, which support ailing countries (e.g. as Germany supports Greece), but there are now only countries which must continue to be supported, like Greece, but Germany too has long since been bankrupt, and is supported by its own citizens, and they also pay for the Greeks. The banks make loans on the basis of this false support. But these cannot be repaid, and will inevitably result in default.
In the system of the former supporting countries such as Germany, France, Spain, Italy and Finland, huge losses are being incurred, which in turn must once again be paid for by the citizens, because their claims against the supported countries are not being fulfilled, and the supporting country can also no longer settle its own loans to maintain its own budget. The huge loss being sustained by all countries as a result of this process can only bring minimal growth; Minus growth should be assumed instead. World economic growth is supposed to be 3.5% (gross world social product); German growth at the moment is supposed to be 1.4% (Gabriel/SPD), although only possible as minimal growth in the average world economic growth, and lower (0% or in the minus range) if one considers the liabilities for loans to bankrupt countries, which would otherwise be insolvent, but are still allowed to remain in business. Part of the alleged growth is based on the material use of the people of other countries by supporting countries, and therefore constitutes minimal growth which is bought at high cost to citizens, and which on disclosure of the relevant analyses would lead to almost no additional growth without further material costs. German politicians are therefore still dreaming if they believe in growth. Germany has long since ceased to be the great economic power that politics always holds up to the people - Germany is in recession.
The case appears the same with all the possibilities offered by the Free Trade Agreement. The system is faulty. Everything that arises from it must necessarily also be so. The background as to why it will still be introduced is for example a new world order, since almost all western countries are bankrupt and have brought themselves to a situation in which the system of Socialism was advised long before its collapse.
The question now is whether the mistakes in the statutory social systems, the financial and tax systems of Germany, and the rest of Europe, will allow something else other that a collectivist state economy with collectivist supply, which unlike in the free market economy emphasise the performance character, and therefore, because they are unable to do so, all performance levels fall to the same as those in the GDR before its collapse.
The false performance society created by give-away politics and growth financed by borrowing has in any event deceived employees and savers in favour of profit-hungry high finance, and uncontrolled economy and politics. All frameworks have been rendered ineffective, circumvented or adapted to the circumstances created; Politics, big business and banks have failed in their responsibility to the people. And these people, the Germans and all other European peoples bear the burden for the political mistakes, dreaming and election gifts - and will have to do so for a very long time. The Free Trade Agreement will only contribute to extending this time. It is of no benefit to the people.
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