1.1 the U.S. budget
Lets look at the U.S. budget: an immense amount of money is being spent onmilitary budgets. It is a demand that is being fulﬁlled, and always demandingmore. This has been the case since WWII, and that has been the basis for growththrough the whole period of the Cold War. Since 1989, suddenly there has beenan enormous cut in where to use money because of the end of the weapon race.Consequently there will suddenly be an enormous amount of money present inthe states that
there is no use for!
And hence, no value. Money is like anythingelse... if nobody needs it there’s no value in it. It is just an abstraction fromfood. If everybody has food, you cannot trade a sack of wheat for an axe. Youwill have to do something else, or have exceptionally
food. But again,somebody has so
it.In the end that will cause that the dollar looses value, thereby leaving peoplewith less money. But production will still be high, a lot of things will be pro-duced that nobody can buy, which will cause them to sell cheap and so diminishthe BNP of the country. This again will make the dollar even weaker (inﬂationincreases), people have even less value for their money, demand will sink evenmore and BNP will sink again. Because of international trade there will benecessary to print up more money since the need for all the basic necessitiesproduced in other countries still need the same value as before to continue, andthe Dollar is weakened, even though this will weaken the dollar even further.There will be a self-enhancing eﬀect that eventually will make the economycollapse unless there is something to turn the tendency around.The interesting thing here is: Where is the point of growth of BNP relative tothe size of BNP which leads towards a situation where it is physically impossibleto spend all the money inside ones own country? There is a limit for how fastit is possible to spend money on defensive military activity. Sooner or laterthere will be a point where a country
to make room fornew demands and further trade to satisfy its BNP, and, last but not least: awar will be an
way to create an instant demand, and hencea
change in a situation. There is no better way to create work for people,have demands up, have a rising production, and be sure that everything that isproduced actually is destroyed so that further production is secured. One CANnever satisfy the market, because it is destructive. For every square meter of bombed infrastructure there will be a market for big companies to expand theirbusiness, and thus surviving
. As an example: the rights forbuilding up the infrastructure and phone systems in Iraq were sold to diﬀerentcompanies
they bombed. Its not even being done discretely!
The problem is that in a static system, as the earth actually is; an internallyvariable system of a static
of energy in which you cannot have a
proﬁt within the system self. Stockpiled energy, and also stockpiled money, hasto be invested in its own system for it not to decrease the
This is intersting with the knowledge that most of the top politicians in th ve US havebeen or are key persons in big corporations: Dick Cheney: Former CEO for HalliBurton, awar supply company which has quadrippeled its value and size since 2001, Bill Clinton, formerWall Street Banker, The Bush family: Have several big oilcompanies, and close business tof.x. the Bin Laden family etc. etc.
Another interesting, but less relevant in this context, fact, is that people in the Senatethat had ownership in the companies that got the deals had almost $500 mill. in personalgain from the deals