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2011- Required System correction

On 16th December 2011, the "Gesellschaft für deutsche Sprache (GfdS)" (German Language Society) announced the key words of the year. From 3,000 documents from various media, and others sent in by the public, the jury, which was made up of the Main Board of the Society and the scientific staff, selected 10 words which have dominated public discussion and characterised the events of the year. The key word of the year is "stress test". Actually a medical term, but one which has been applied to almost everything in the year 2011: Not only banks were tested for their stress capacity, but also such matters as the Stuttgart 21 railway station project, the green-red State Government in Baden-Württemberg and German nuclear power plants. Which brings us neatly to the subject.

Our society and its whole order were under stress. And not just in the year 2011, but actually since 1948; it was only in the year 2011 that many mistakes, lies and negligence were revealed. The Alliance for Democracy has pointed out in many articles the reasons why we find ourselves mired in possibly the longest persisting financial crisis of all time. German politics proved itself incapable of maintaining a proper regulatory framework for the good of all; European politics proved itself incapable of maintaining a proper regulatory framework for the good of all. Instead: Euro summit followed Euro summit, each with more abstruse results for the supposed >rescue of the Euro. Politics is there to preserve and protect the framework of social cohesion and coexistence. This principle is historically the supreme principle by which politics should be guided. Without a regulatory policy, politics has no reason for being. Such a regulatory policy is exercised within a social system by the legislature to create and maintain social order, and enforced by the courts and the simultaneous ordering function of the available police apparatus. The function of such a policy cannot however end there. The ordering function as a regulatory task of politics must cover extensive additional areas, such as:

1. A regulatory framework for the financial markets;
2. A regulatory framework for economic activity;
3. A regulatory framework for politics itself;
4. A regulatory framework for democracy, in order to avoid the excesses of politicised jurisdiction in this area.

The year 2011 leaves us with the impression that such a regulatory framework no longer exists. Germany is in the grasp of >financial capitalism; in the grasp of banks and >rating agencies; German politicians blithely circumvent laws intended to protect matters of >German sovereignty in Europe; Guarantees for rescue packages burden the national budget almost more than the national debt piled up since 1948, which now totals >€ 11 trillion, simply in order to help a European community which got itself into its current predicament because none of the community partners admitted their true national debts, but openly devalued them by means of the new currency. This created the >illusion of a currency union, and also made itself responsible for >breach of the law and the deliberate delaying of > insolvency.

Even worse, all this happened not only under the supervision, but with the willing consent of those who are supposed to represent the people in the Bundestag, and who voted in favour of proposed laws which are allowing the >sell-out of Germany. The budget sovereignty supposedly in the hands of the members of the Bundestag was therefore finally forfeited, making the year 2011 the highpoint of over 60 years of mismanagement, during which (by the year 2011) the 622 members in their seats in the former German Reichstag, the German Bundestag, have each been responsible for wasting € 20 billion – not just the present members, but every one of their predecessors over the last 62 years.
In this respect we can now speak only of debt sovereignty – budget sovereignty in the sense of an orderly budget over the years by majority decisions of the Bundestag, as claimed by the federal government and its chancellors has not led to the realisation of that which is not only its supreme right, but also its duty towards the people, as sworn to in their >oaths of office: to act only for the benefit of the people and in their interests.

The question must now be asked: >What is the purpose of such a state apparatus at all? There is >no evidence of brilliant economic or political achievements. The questions at the end of the year 2011 must be:

1. How long can Germany go on under the present conditions?
2. How long must our country remain a hostage of European entanglements?

Mrs. Merkel spoke recently of the epochal change in which Germany, like Europe, now finds itself, and yes, we are in a time of change, although it is simply an about-turn, a sort of time loop, which repeats itself about every 60 years, every time that economic management financed by credit exhausts its possibilities. >Growth corresponds to an exponential function; no politician seems to be able to come to terms with it. In view of the "qualifications" which helps politicians into office, the year 2011 was one of the >blackest years of all time.

At the moment it can only be said that regulatory policy has failed by its own definition. Frameworks must urgently be created to verify the economic qualifications of candidates for political office. For the service of the people, for the obligation of wanting to serve their interests; no longer for lies, self-enrichment, mismanagement and friendship with national groupings which because of national debt are dedicated only to money, and not to the people.

In this respect, the Alliance for Democracy is also against the introduction of Eurobonds. Firstly because the European Treaty would have to be changed for this purpose, a treaty which formerly prohibited such changes in order to maintain the cohesion of the community. This would also require many changes at national level, which were once passed by the countries in questioning order to protect their own budget.

In Germany, such a change would concern Article 146 of Basic Law. The opposition and government would have to agree to such an application immediately, in order to preserve German politics. The decision would benefit only politics, which by these machinations would simply buy time for itself to Labour over a Europe with a currency which has hardly any buying power any more, a Europe in which the poor remain poor, and the rich become ever richer. The >transfer union has been a fact for some time; the recession due to falling production, which has its cause in the savings programmes of federal government is one reason; another is the printing of money and glut in the money supply by the ECB (now € 500 billion to all banks), with all concomitant dangers of inflation.

Even if a certain balancing can be carried out, it must still be remembered that the effects of a recession – even if it has not yet lead to deflation – will result in reductions in tax revenue. Even if the ECB continues to buy up junk government bonds, and floods the market with artificial capital (besides the additional € 500 billion in support of the banks), the economy will stagnate. The prospects for the year 2012 are therefore no better than the course of the year 2011.

For the year 2012, a political regulatory framework is required for the regulation of policy more than at any other time in the past; incontestable but yet adaptable, and in any case unassailable for the purposes of protecting politics and covering up mistakes and failures. For this purpose, it is essential that the financial market is regulated, and that the economic and political goalposts are redefined.

1. There has so far been no regulation of the financial markets, not even during the financial crisis beginning in September 2008, which saw the collapse in the USA of the Lehman Brothers Bank, which only two days before the collapse had been classified with the best rating by the rating agencies – a kick in the face for investors, who suffered huge price losses. It should be noted that this was a matter of so-called economic ratings, which were much more favourable than would have resulted from an objective classification. This is due to the inter- relationship of the companies for whom these ratings are produced. The rating agencies have only their fee in mind. It is obvious that the creation of a socalled > European rating agency will change nothing with regard to these inter-relationships; nor with regard to the capital market itself. By its agreement to this project, German politics is therefore supporting further mistakes and failures and the deception of investors.

The Alliance for Democracy calls for taking every opportunity of making the world of politics aware how harmful these efforts will be!

2. Framework guidelines for the economy still need to be worked out in detail. Regulatory policy guidelines are also essential for the free market economy. As long as we stick to the capitalist system, and this capitalism is to be orientated to the market economy, it will not be able to get by without the contribution of many of those who are entitled to a fair share in corporate profits.

Companies base their actions on ideas. Nor does an idea necessarily need to be used to found a company by the originator of the idea. Instead the idea can be patented, and the patent passed on to another person or company for a license fee, so that the originator of the idea participates in a share of the benefits which the patent-holder then draws through the founding of a corresponding company. On the other hand however, if the entrepreneur himself founds the company, excesses must be avoided, and this then naturally also applies for a patent-holder founding a company for this patent, with regard to the idea that exclusions must be avoided, to the extent that those who implement this idea, in order to establish a new company, are mainly those who despite having nothing to do with the idea, have in the resulting company a large or even larger share than the one who had the idea, but which is realised by the total of all employees, and therefore not only with the employees, but through the demand of all employees, not only of this company, but all employees of other companies for his business regarding the profitability of the product. There are therefore two sides. Firstly the employees, in order to be capable of production, and also the demand, in order to be able to offer a starting base for production. If there were no employees, and nobody was in need of employees, then there would also be no production goods. For this reason, a social order must take into account above all people. Unfortunately this is not done to a sufficient extent. Profits have so far been divided so that 5% of the total population is rich (and become even richer, and never need this wealth for themselves) and 95% of the population is poor, and although they go to work often live at the minimum subsistence level.

The situation must therefore be rethought! Company profits must be brought to an average level within the sectors or all sectors. As a guideline, a return on sales must apply in the amount of a percentage rate, converted to these returns, for a normal license fee which a patent-holder who founds a company, instead of the originator of the idea, would have to pay to the person who applied for and was granted the patent. This may of course result in variations, according to the situation and discussion on the characteristics of principles up and down the country, and lead to other results, although this is basically a consideration which would be worthy of a social order, and would not detract from the pride of the originator of the idea. Because in addition to this fee, he can have a lifelong and even hereditary position as a board member or managing director of a company which makes use of this idea X, in order to determine the guidelines for the work and production of this company. He is then remunerated twice, quite clearly for all to see, although for the latter activity he receives the same as what every outside manager would receive (remuneration according to qualification, experience etc. graded according to).

The working conditions and situation of those in entrepreneurial positions should therefore be determined by proportionality and moderation, in favour of those who actually provide the work. And the recognition of this work performance should be reflected in wages and salaries which provide an adequate living. Politics and trade unions should in this case negotiate more fairly; Trade unions should also negotiate or strongly, and not give in to politics and business, because only in this way is it possible to counteract the stagnation of wage increases which has been accepted in the East when trying to equate wages to unit labour costs. Urgently needed wage increases adapted to inflation and the loss of value of the Euro however fail to materialise or are only passed on in part. All this can hardly be explained by the feared reduction in competitiveness, which is often quoted as a reason by companies and too often accepted by trade unions.

3. The whole political system must be deloused and purged of corruption. Career politicians must provide a qualification to hold their positions; framework references and standards must be established for this purpose. The salaries of politicians must be set by a committee made up from the ranks of the people, and no longer by politicians themselves. The organs controlling politics must also be reviewed with regard to quality and quantity. All such control organs must be restructured for this purpose. Qualitative agreements must also be made in order to hold such offices. Electoral hand legislative procedures must no longer be excluded from the influence of the people.

4. For true democracy, all the above points are essential with the necessary level of regulation. This will rely in particular on the restructuring of the (previous) legislature with regard to the >appointment of judges to the highest courts in the country and public prosecutors must no longer be bound by the instructions of their political masters.

For the Alliance for Democracy, the focus for the year 2012 will once again be to reveal political malfeasance and take action against breaches of law. Regulatory policy corrections are required at all the above positions in the state. The politics of mismanagement to the detriment of the people must finally be brought to an end. The Alliance for Democracy will therefore continue in the year 2012 to work for the introduction of direct democracy.
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