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The problem every person I have run these ideas by comes down to the same thing - nobody wants to compromise and want it all but give up nothing. That is nice and all in theory, but in the real world of problem-solving, if you want things to work you have to provide stability, incentive, purpose and benefit for all, not just a few. I call it an anti-NWO roadmap to prosperity :)

Below is my ideas on how to solve most current problems in the USA today and thus provide stability in an unstable world.

Too bad egos, party-politics and power-mongers will never allow these to be implimented. So, fellow GLP'rs what do you think? Any areas that I missed or could be improved upon?

Problems:
1) Global scale unemployment

2) Health Care Costs

3) Retirement Entitlements (Medicare and Social Security)

4) Food Supply, or lack thereof

5) Lack of eco-friendly Energy

6) Unions that abuse political processes

7) Bank Domination over world events

Premise:
With a growing world population, each person should work less and earn more, as technology will lessen the requirements for the number of workers.

Goal:
Each human work no more than 25 years of their life and be able to enjoy life during and after their career.

Answers:

1) Merge Unions and Capitalism:
a) Require any company with 200 or more employees to take 33% of profits BEFORE bonuses/perks to Executives and divide EQUALLY to all employees. Remaining 67% is for stockholders. This allows everyone from the Janitor to the CEO to have the same $$ share in profits.

b) Unions lose all power in exchange for a formalized hiring/firing process (Mediator) to ensure employees are treated fairly. If any layoffs were needed those over the 25-year mark would go first.

Result:
Far more income for the number of years one works. Many would become millionaires in a few years and the tax revenue increase would allow the Government to have a huge influx of money to pay off our debt. Families benefit from less Govt assistance, more goods are bought etc. Unemployment drops since more money is made over time and less need to work.


2) Health Care/Entitlements:
a) Start a new Social Security/Medicare plan for anyone joining the workforce AFTER a certain date. Example: Pick a date, any date in the future. Lets say 1/1/2015. Anyone joining the workforce on or after that date would be under the new plan. Anyone before that date would remain 100% unchanged.

b) With employees making so much more from 'Answer #1' each person can contribute 5% of their gross income to the 'new plan' universal health care, and 5% to eventual 'new plan' entitlement.

Result:
Your current plan will stay the same. Anyone under the 'New Plan' benefits from whatever that works out to be. Finally, everyone will know what to expect and stability is provided.


3) Energy:
a) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop a commecrialized 'Water/Hydrogen' power plant.

b) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop battery technology that provides a minimum 10x improvement over todays batteries while remaining recyclable.

Result:
Let the 'private' market develop the technology not the Government. This allows the drive/ambition of the 'Private Sector' to get the job done sooner rather than later.

Replacing Nuclear plants with Hydrogen plants eliminates any apocolyptic worries and reduces the explosion risk if the majority of the power plant is built underground. Water is renewable.


4) Food Supply:
a) Eliminate crop-limiting seeds i.e. Monsanto

b) Promote crop-enhancing seeds (against plant diseases) to adapt to our ever-changing world faster/easier.

Result:
This lets Farmers do their jobs easier and ultimately with less chemicals.

5) Banks:
a) Reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act 100%

Result:
This will return stability to banking by seperating the risk-takers (i.e. 'Investment' banks such as Goldman Sachs) from the non-risk takers (Commercial banks like your local Credit Union). This also eliminates 'Leveraged' banks and the 'Too Big To Fail' mentality. The housing bubble and 2008 financial meltdown would not have occured if this legislation had been in force. Sanity is restored.

This is the way it was before the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act in 1999 under President Bill Clinton.

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Good ideas... Alot to think about!
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its just a shame none of this will ever be implemented.
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not bad, I would say campaign for houseds with individual energy sources, for instance, wind is something 10x more efficient when used as smaller, lighter wind gens and solar panels only get 17 percent efficiency but thats not bad, and a 300 watt(alot) is only 500 bucks or so...live on a boat and it works well and couldnt provide ALL energy, but self suffiency and free markets will save the world
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not bad, I would say campaign for houseds with individual energy sources, for instance, wind is something 10x more efficient when used as smaller, lighter wind gens and solar panels only get 17 percent efficiency but thats not bad, and a 300 watt(alot) is only 500 bucks or so...live on a boat and it works well and couldnt provide ALL energy, but self suffiency and free markets will save the world
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Excellent expansion on the 'Energy' portion.. perhaps for certain types of homes/dwellings which could support solar roof tiles to lessen the load from the grid? 100% self-sustaining home is a goal alright. Might not get there in a straight line but no durable technology ever does.

So free markets would speed development of different 'styles' of solar roofing tiles, and perhaps with a Govt sponsered incentive (like for batteries and hydrogen power plants) to develop more efficient solar panels then a small wind turbine or even hookup to the grid would not be needed.

Since solar hookups use batteries that is where the 'Billion dollar challenge' would benefit this type of implementation. The point of the 'Billion dollar challenge' is to spur private companies to compete to develop the best product and lower the costs.

Excellent feedback!

Result:

Add "c)" section under "Energy:" to include a 'Billion dollar challenge' for solar panel development. Tax dollars well spent since the entire population of the USA would ultimately benefit.
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its just a shame none of this will ever be implemented.
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Since you are from Britain I have to ask - Would you agree/disagree these suggestions could be applied to any given 'developed' country?

My position is to change supporting the 'framework' as outlined in the above suggestions, for our society without diving into what many consider personal liberties/values/choices.

The way I see it, the Govt can dish out a Billion dolars rather easily, and being tax dollars, would need to benefit everyone - not a select few.

In the end I agree with you 100% - it is not answers the Govt wants, it is power and politics. Sad :(
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I agree with 99% of what you posted but I cant see any chance for any of it in the USA or anywhere the sheeple are just not awake enough and TPTB aren't going to give anything up freely...

Still a 5 for a positive post and putting out some good ideas

If I was to add one thing it would be that we need to accept that we are a global community and that we need to work together to truly reach our potential. No one system is right but we all have the same basic needs and wants. Justice love hope a purpose and something to believe in... 99.9 % of us our decent folks its way past time we kick the .01% running us to the ground out of power.
'Whence do you come, slayer of men, or where are you going, conqueror of space?' The soul answered and said, 'What binds me has been slain, and what surrounds me has been overcome, and my desire has been ended, and ignorance has died. In a [world] I was released from a world, [and] in a type from a heavenly type, and (from) the fetter of oblivion which is transient. From this time on will I attain to the rest of the time, of the season, of the aeon, in silence.'
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I agree with 99% of what you posted but I cant see any chance for any of it in the USA or anywhere the sheeple are just not awake enough and TPTB aren't going to give anything up freely...

Still a 5 for a positive post and putting out some good ideas

If I was to add one thing it would be that we need to accept that we are a global community and that we need to work together to truly reach our potential. No one system is right but we all have the same basic needs and wants. Justice love hope a purpose and something to believe in... 99.9 % of us our decent folks its way past time we kick the .01% running us to the ground out of power.
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Very valid point about being 'Global'! As an American who had the priveledge of living outside the USA for 3 years growing up (in Hong Kong in the 70's) I can agree 100% the USA is viewed very differently from others perspectives.

One point about how these ideas - if by any chance they ever were given serious thought - would affect the 'Global' perspective: I would argue many, but by no means all, real technological breakthroughs come from the USA. The problem we face today is expanding out those without being too expensive for others to implement/adopt.

China, Japan, Germany and yes Canada too - and many other countries contribute mass amounts of breakthroughs. Every person I have ever spoken too agrees TPTB squash many great ideas though. These are the folks that need to go!

An example I would give is say the 'Hydrogen Power Plant', which poses minimal risk compared to Nuclear, and most importantly, make it cheap enough for other countries to afford to build. That way the breakthrough could benefit ANY country without threatening the 'security' mindset over nukes. Just think of a Hydrogen Power Plant in India - and the benefits more electricity would bring. One change can have many benefits.

I agree 100% that the few who control power would call these ideas 'Idealistic', or say things like 'In a perfect world...'. If we are ever going to move forward as a 'World' without relying on oil and nuclear power, and the threat of ever increasing debt burdens, wars etc which those power struggles eventually bring, many changes need to take place.

Excellent feedback! Thank you!
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Anyone have more feedback? Anyone... anyone??
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Guess no more feedback :(

Thank you to all who participated :)
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I like separation of generations and no curency.
I, am an asshole
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Take more than a pretty smile to sell that
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I would abolish any form of central bank and change the Constitution so that private interests cannot issue money under any circumstance.

I would abolish the income tax and the IRS with it, and go to gold and silver backed currency. This would eliminate inflation altogether.

I would bring the troops home from every country in the world. No foreign bases, no wars, no trillion dollar military budgets. Back to minding our own business,

Military expansionism is the reason for fiat money in America, and reason for the massive debt, interest and hyper inflation that's coming. It's at the core because you can't fund a massive military without unlimited paper assets.

I would impose a policy of total defense. Troops would not enter a foreign nation unless directly attacked and with a declaration from Congress. The focus would be solely on home defense, and would be supplemented by Swiss type militia programs that the Founders gave us the 2nd amendment for (total armed populace). Everyone has a gun, an army of 250 million could be raised in an instant for defense of the homeland.

Mind our own business, focus on defense. No foreign entanglements.

I don't know about your idea of equal pay. I'm not sure I like the government involved with that. It's the kind of thing you see in communist countries. It removes the incentive to excell. But I recognize there must be a balance with the unions to protect workers.
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...without harming the company. Left that out.

Also eliminate free trade and raise the tariffs so cheap junk imports can't flood in and cut American jobs.

Gun freedom on the scale I envision isn't 'PC'. But ask yourself what would have happened if the passengers on the planes had been armed on 9/11? What if the students had all been packing at Virginia Tech or Columbine?

An armed populace is a safe populace. You don't have 'terrorist' attacks if everyone has a gun on their hip.
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I also want to add that I like this thread as well. Everyone gets so caught up in the problems that we don't tend to focus on the solutions.

I believe our ideas may be implemented sooner than anyone can think.

The fall of the USA corporation and the war that follows will have a cascading effect that will reset society. I'm thinking of something like Mad Max, or that CBS show 'Jericho'. A nation of sovereign and independent communities, or tribes. Each community will be making its own laws, providing its own food, and its own protection.

We are the leaders. We are the ones we have been waiting for.
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I would abolish any form of central bank and change the Constitution so that private interests cannot issue money under any circumstance.

I would abolish the income tax and the IRS with it, and go to gold and silver backed currency. This would eliminate inflation altogether.

I would bring the troops home from every country in the world. No foreign bases, no wars, no trillion dollar military budgets. Back to minding our own business,

Military expansionism is the reason for fiat money in America, and reason for the massive debt, interest and hyper inflation that's coming. It's at the core because you can't fund a massive military without unlimited paper assets.

I would impose a policy of total defense. Troops would not enter a foreign nation unless directly attacked and with a declaration from Congress. The focus would be solely on home defense, and would be supplemented by Swiss type militia programs that the Founders gave us the 2nd amendment for (total armed populace). Everyone has a gun, an army of 250 million could be raised in an instant for defense of the homeland.

Mind our own business, focus on defense. No foreign entanglements.

I don't know about your idea of equal pay. I'm not sure I like the government involved with that. It's the kind of thing you see in communist countries. It removes the incentive to excell. But I recognize there must be a balance with the unions to protect workers.
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Awesome feedback - I love it!

Ok, you are right I left out 'The Fed' in the original listing, as Glass-Steagall would restore the restraints on the banks, but nothing about the Central Bank. So how does this sound:

Banking - Add under the section 5; Banking section, "b) Balanced Budget Ammendment with no exceptions to bypass." and the next "c) Central Bank Termination requires payoff of all debt and a return to the Gold Standard. To this end no further debt is issued and any annual surplus is diverted to the reduction of debt until eliminated." And taxes - would require a section "d) Upon termination of the Federal Reserve, the IRS will be eliminated and a 'Flat Tax' would be imposed of no more than 5% for individuals and 10% for corporations."

Opinion: A 'wind-down' would fit better I think due to the massive size of the current Fed, and with the course laid out and an endgame destination, getting from point A to point B would be much more orderly.

Military 'Interventionism' - This would create a new section titled 'Military', and have as first subsection 'a) Adherance to the Monroe Doctrine'. This means no foriegn intervention or bases outside the USA. Some will call this 'Isolationism'.

Opinion: Todays world is far more connected than even 20 years ago, so the fear of isolating the USA does not hold water any longer. People from 200, 100 or even 50 years ago cound not have imagined how connected we are today, so I disagree with any 'Isolationist' claims withdrawing our military bases would cause.

Equal pay - Long posts sometimes can confuse a topic, but the idea was to merge the primary beneficial Union concerns with Capitalism so as to not damage the 'capitalist 'drive' to compete and reap rewards'. To that end, my suggestion is to mandate any company over 200 employees to do 2 things - First is set aside 33% of any profits and divide equally as an annual bonus for each employee and leave the other 67% for stockholders. Second is to mandate a 'Arbitrator' within any Human Resource department. This persons role would be to ensure nobody was fired without just cause. This gives employees an advocate in the event their employer just wants them 'gone'. Point is - if no valid reason why then the employee stays. Between the extra $$ and an advocate for employees I think that is a fair compromise.

This is taking shape very nicely! So far I think those who have given feedback feel the same way - we want America to remain sustainable and using both compromise and common sense perhaps one day we can reach that point - just not today (lol).

Keep the feedback coming!
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Finally back after an ISP-wide ban which was lifted recently.

Still - no comments. Guess going to the anals of death for this one lol.
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Almost 5 months in the abyss of GLP. Anyone else think these ideas would work?
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The problem every person I have run these ideas by comes down to the same thing - nobody wants to compromise and want it all but give up nothing. That is nice and all in theory, but in the real world of problem-solving, if you want things to work you have to provide stability, incentive, purpose and benefit for all, not just a few. I call it an anti-NWO roadmap to prosperity :)

Below is my ideas on how to solve most current problems in the USA today and thus provide stability in an unstable world.

Too bad egos, party-politics and power-mongers will never allow these to be implimented. So, fellow GLP'rs what do you think? Any areas that I missed or could be improved upon?

Problems:
1) Global scale unemployment

2) Health Care Costs

3) Retirement Entitlements (Medicare and Social Security)

4) Food Supply, or lack thereof

5) Lack of eco-friendly Energy

6) Unions that abuse political processes

7) Bank Domination over world events

Premise:
With a growing world population, each person should work less and earn more, as technology will lessen the requirements for the number of workers.

Goal:
Each human work no more than 25 years of their life and be able to enjoy life during and after their career.

Answers:

1) Merge Unions and Capitalism:
a) Require any company with 200 or more employees to take 33% of profits BEFORE bonuses/perks to Executives and divide EQUALLY to all employees. Remaining 67% is for stockholders. This allows everyone from the Janitor to the CEO to have the same $$ share in profits.

b) Unions lose all power in exchange for a formalized hiring/firing process (Mediator) to ensure employees are treated fairly. If any layoffs were needed those over the 25-year mark would go first.

Result:
Far more income for the number of years one works. Many would become millionaires in a few years and the tax revenue increase would allow the Government to have a huge influx of money to pay off our debt. Families benefit from less Govt assistance, more goods are bought etc. Unemployment drops since more money is made over time and less need to work.


2) Health Care/Entitlements:
a) Start a new Social Security/Medicare plan for anyone joining the workforce AFTER a certain date. Example: Pick a date, any date in the future. Lets say 1/1/2015. Anyone joining the workforce on or after that date would be under the new plan. Anyone before that date would remain 100% unchanged.

b) With employees making so much more from 'Answer #1' each person can contribute 5% of their gross income to the 'new plan' universal health care, and 5% to eventual 'new plan' entitlement.

Result:
Your current plan will stay the same. Anyone under the 'New Plan' benefits from whatever that works out to be. Finally, everyone will know what to expect and stability is provided.


3) Energy:
a) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop a commecrialized 'Water/Hydrogen' power plant.

b) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop battery technology that provides a minimum 10x improvement over todays batteries while remaining recyclable.

Result:
Let the 'private' market develop the technology not the Government. This allows the drive/ambition of the 'Private Sector' to get the job done sooner rather than later.

Replacing Nuclear plants with Hydrogen plants eliminates any apocolyptic worries and reduces the explosion risk if the majority of the power plant is built underground. Water is renewable.


4) Food Supply:
a) Eliminate crop-limiting seeds i.e. Monsanto

b) Promote crop-enhancing seeds (against plant diseases) to adapt to our ever-changing world faster/easier.

Result:
This lets Farmers do their jobs easier and ultimately with less chemicals.

5) Banks:
a) Reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act 100%

Result:
This will return stability to banking by seperating the risk-takers (i.e. 'Investment' banks such as Goldman Sachs) from the non-risk takers (Commercial banks like your local Credit Union). This also eliminates 'Leveraged' banks and the 'Too Big To Fail' mentality. The housing bubble and 2008 financial meltdown would not have occured if this legislation had been in force. Sanity is restored.

This is the way it was before the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act in 1999 under President Bill Clinton.
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1st thing, take FDR ("Communist Infiltrator") off the American Currency Dime, lets start with that!

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The problem every person I have run these ideas by comes down to the same thing - nobody wants to compromise and want it all but give up nothing. That is nice and all in theory, but in the real world of problem-solving, if you want things to work you have to provide stability, incentive, purpose and benefit for all, not just a few. I call it an anti-NWO roadmap to prosperity :)

Below is my ideas on how to solve most current problems in the USA today and thus provide stability in an unstable world.

Too bad egos, party-politics and power-mongers will never allow these to be implimented. So, fellow GLP'rs what do you think? Any areas that I missed or could be improved upon?

Problems:
1) Global scale unemployment

2) Health Care Costs

3) Retirement Entitlements (Medicare and Social Security)

4) Food Supply, or lack thereof

5) Lack of eco-friendly Energy

6) Unions that abuse political processes

7) Bank Domination over world events

Premise:
With a growing world population, each person should work less and earn more, as technology will lessen the requirements for the number of workers.

Goal:
Each human work no more than 25 years of their life and be able to enjoy life during and after their career.

Answers:

1) Merge Unions and Capitalism:
a) Require any company with 200 or more employees to take 33% of profits BEFORE bonuses/perks to Executives and divide EQUALLY to all employees. Remaining 67% is for stockholders. This allows everyone from the Janitor to the CEO to have the same $$ share in profits.

b) Unions lose all power in exchange for a formalized hiring/firing process (Mediator) to ensure employees are treated fairly. If any layoffs were needed those over the 25-year mark would go first.

Result:
Far more income for the number of years one works. Many would become millionaires in a few years and the tax revenue increase would allow the Government to have a huge influx of money to pay off our debt. Families benefit from less Govt assistance, more goods are bought etc. Unemployment drops since more money is made over time and less need to work.


2) Health Care/Entitlements:
a) Start a new Social Security/Medicare plan for anyone joining the workforce AFTER a certain date. Example: Pick a date, any date in the future. Lets say 1/1/2015. Anyone joining the workforce on or after that date would be under the new plan. Anyone before that date would remain 100% unchanged.

b) With employees making so much more from 'Answer #1' each person can contribute 5% of their gross income to the 'new plan' universal health care, and 5% to eventual 'new plan' entitlement.

Result:
Your current plan will stay the same. Anyone under the 'New Plan' benefits from whatever that works out to be. Finally, everyone will know what to expect and stability is provided.


3) Energy:
a) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop a commecrialized 'Water/Hydrogen' power plant.

b) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop battery technology that provides a minimum 10x improvement over todays batteries while remaining recyclable.

Result:
Let the 'private' market develop the technology not the Government. This allows the drive/ambition of the 'Private Sector' to get the job done sooner rather than later.

Replacing Nuclear plants with Hydrogen plants eliminates any apocolyptic worries and reduces the explosion risk if the majority of the power plant is built underground. Water is renewable.


4) Food Supply:
a) Eliminate crop-limiting seeds i.e. Monsanto

b) Promote crop-enhancing seeds (against plant diseases) to adapt to our ever-changing world faster/easier.

Result:
This lets Farmers do their jobs easier and ultimately with less chemicals.

5) Banks:
a) Reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act 100%

Result:
This will return stability to banking by seperating the risk-takers (i.e. 'Investment' banks such as Goldman Sachs) from the non-risk takers (Commercial banks like your local Credit Union). This also eliminates 'Leveraged' banks and the 'Too Big To Fail' mentality. The housing bubble and 2008 financial meltdown would not have occured if this legislation had been in force. Sanity is restored.

This is the way it was before the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act in 1999 under President Bill Clinton.
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

1st thing, take FDR ("Communist Infiltrator") off the American Currency Dime, lets start with that!

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LOL - mmkay. Then what?
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The problem every person I have run these ideas by comes down to the same thing - nobody wants to compromise and want it all but give up nothing. That is nice and all in theory, but in the real world of problem-solving, if you want things to work you have to provide stability, incentive, purpose and benefit for all, not just a few. I call it an anti-NWO roadmap to prosperity :)

Below is my ideas on how to solve most current problems in the USA today and thus provide stability in an unstable world.

Too bad egos, party-politics and power-mongers will never allow these to be implimented. So, fellow GLP'rs what do you think? Any areas that I missed or could be improved upon?

Problems:
1) Global scale unemployment

2) Health Care Costs

3) Retirement Entitlements (Medicare and Social Security)

4) Food Supply, or lack thereof

5) Lack of eco-friendly Energy

6) Unions that abuse political processes

7) Bank Domination over world events

Premise:
With a growing world population, each person should work less and earn more, as technology will lessen the requirements for the number of workers.

Goal:
Each human work no more than 25 years of their life and be able to enjoy life during and after their career.

Answers:

1) Merge Unions and Capitalism:
a) Require any company with 200 or more employees to take 33% of profits BEFORE bonuses/perks to Executives and divide EQUALLY to all employees. Remaining 67% is for stockholders. This allows everyone from the Janitor to the CEO to have the same $$ share in profits.

b) Unions lose all power in exchange for a formalized hiring/firing process (Mediator) to ensure employees are treated fairly. If any layoffs were needed those over the 25-year mark would go first.

Result:
Far more income for the number of years one works. Many would become millionaires in a few years and the tax revenue increase would allow the Government to have a huge influx of money to pay off our debt. Families benefit from less Govt assistance, more goods are bought etc. Unemployment drops since more money is made over time and less need to work.


2) Health Care/Entitlements:
a) Start a new Social Security/Medicare plan for anyone joining the workforce AFTER a certain date. Example: Pick a date, any date in the future. Lets say 1/1/2015. Anyone joining the workforce on or after that date would be under the new plan. Anyone before that date would remain 100% unchanged.

b) With employees making so much more from 'Answer #1' each person can contribute 5% of their gross income to the 'new plan' universal health care, and 5% to eventual 'new plan' entitlement.

Result:
Your current plan will stay the same. Anyone under the 'New Plan' benefits from whatever that works out to be. Finally, everyone will know what to expect and stability is provided.


3) Energy:
a) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop a commecrialized 'Water/Hydrogen' power plant.

b) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop battery technology that provides a minimum 10x improvement over todays batteries while remaining recyclable.

Result:
Let the 'private' market develop the technology not the Government. This allows the drive/ambition of the 'Private Sector' to get the job done sooner rather than later.

Replacing Nuclear plants with Hydrogen plants eliminates any apocolyptic worries and reduces the explosion risk if the majority of the power plant is built underground. Water is renewable.


4) Food Supply:
a) Eliminate crop-limiting seeds i.e. Monsanto

b) Promote crop-enhancing seeds (against plant diseases) to adapt to our ever-changing world faster/easier.

Result:
This lets Farmers do their jobs easier and ultimately with less chemicals.

5) Banks:
a) Reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act 100%

Result:
This will return stability to banking by seperating the risk-takers (i.e. 'Investment' banks such as Goldman Sachs) from the non-risk takers (Commercial banks like your local Credit Union). This also eliminates 'Leveraged' banks and the 'Too Big To Fail' mentality. The housing bubble and 2008 financial meltdown would not have occured if this legislation had been in force. Sanity is restored.

This is the way it was before the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act in 1999 under President Bill Clinton.
 Quoting: IJumpInIt


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

1st thing, take FDR ("Communist Infiltrator") off the American Currency Dime, lets start with that!

rant
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LOL - mmkay. Then what?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24238594


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Good Question, as I used to say to my boss, "The Question is easy..", "The Answer is hard.."

1st Drop everyone who has not cooperated in the American System, like work when Job Market was good for the last 80+ years, that have been sucking off "Uncle Scam/Uncle Sham with Uncle Boris's" tit for the last 80+ years with "Welfare/Entitlements/Benefits" drop them from the ranks of collecting anything..

As Marie-Antoinette said, "Let them eat cake.."

rant
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The problem every person I have run these ideas by comes down to the same thing - nobody wants to compromise and want it all but give up nothing. That is nice and all in theory, but in the real world of problem-solving, if you want things to work you have to provide stability, incentive, purpose and benefit for all, not just a few. I call it an anti-NWO roadmap to prosperity :)

Below is my ideas on how to solve most current problems in the USA today and thus provide stability in an unstable world.

Too bad egos, party-politics and power-mongers will never allow these to be implimented. So, fellow GLP'rs what do you think? Any areas that I missed or could be improved upon?

Problems:
1) Global scale unemployment

2) Health Care Costs

3) Retirement Entitlements (Medicare and Social Security)

4) Food Supply, or lack thereof

5) Lack of eco-friendly Energy

6) Unions that abuse political processes

7) Bank Domination over world events

Premise:
With a growing world population, each person should work less and earn more, as technology will lessen the requirements for the number of workers.

Goal:
Each human work no more than 25 years of their life and be able to enjoy life during and after their career.

Answers:

1) Merge Unions and Capitalism:
a) Require any company with 200 or more employees to take 33% of profits BEFORE bonuses/perks to Executives and divide EQUALLY to all employees. Remaining 67% is for stockholders. This allows everyone from the Janitor to the CEO to have the same $$ share in profits.

b) Unions lose all power in exchange for a formalized hiring/firing process (Mediator) to ensure employees are treated fairly. If any layoffs were needed those over the 25-year mark would go first.

Result:
Far more income for the number of years one works. Many would become millionaires in a few years and the tax revenue increase would allow the Government to have a huge influx of money to pay off our debt. Families benefit from less Govt assistance, more goods are bought etc. Unemployment drops since more money is made over time and less need to work.


2) Health Care/Entitlements:
a) Start a new Social Security/Medicare plan for anyone joining the workforce AFTER a certain date. Example: Pick a date, any date in the future. Lets say 1/1/2015. Anyone joining the workforce on or after that date would be under the new plan. Anyone before that date would remain 100% unchanged.

b) With employees making so much more from 'Answer #1' each person can contribute 5% of their gross income to the 'new plan' universal health care, and 5% to eventual 'new plan' entitlement.

Result:
Your current plan will stay the same. Anyone under the 'New Plan' benefits from whatever that works out to be. Finally, everyone will know what to expect and stability is provided.


3) Energy:
a) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop a commecrialized 'Water/Hydrogen' power plant.

b) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop battery technology that provides a minimum 10x improvement over todays batteries while remaining recyclable.

Result:
Let the 'private' market develop the technology not the Government. This allows the drive/ambition of the 'Private Sector' to get the job done sooner rather than later.

Replacing Nuclear plants with Hydrogen plants eliminates any apocolyptic worries and reduces the explosion risk if the majority of the power plant is built underground. Water is renewable.


4) Food Supply:
a) Eliminate crop-limiting seeds i.e. Monsanto

b) Promote crop-enhancing seeds (against plant diseases) to adapt to our ever-changing world faster/easier.

Result:
This lets Farmers do their jobs easier and ultimately with less chemicals.

5) Banks:
a) Reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act 100%

Result:
This will return stability to banking by seperating the risk-takers (i.e. 'Investment' banks such as Goldman Sachs) from the non-risk takers (Commercial banks like your local Credit Union). This also eliminates 'Leveraged' banks and the 'Too Big To Fail' mentality. The housing bubble and 2008 financial meltdown would not have occured if this legislation had been in force. Sanity is restored.

This is the way it was before the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act in 1999 under President Bill Clinton.
 Quoting: IJumpInIt


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

1st thing, take FDR ("Communist Infiltrator") off the American Currency Dime, lets start with that!

rant
 Quoting: Future Viewer 1344660


LOL - mmkay. Then what?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24238594


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Good Question, as I used to say to my boss, "The Question is easy..", "The Answer is hard.."

1st Drop everyone who has not cooperated in the American System, like work when Job Market was good for the last 80+ years, that have been sucking off "Uncle Scam/Uncle Sham with Uncle Boris's" tit for the last 80+ years with "Welfare/Entitlements/Benefits" drop them from the ranks of collecting anything..

As Marie-Antoinette said, "Let them eat cake.."

rant
 Quoting: Future Viewer 1344660

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

And that includes much Blacks, Latinos and Certain Types of Jews ("Hasadic/Religious/Russian/Orthodox Jews"). Drop them from the "Entitlement/Welfare/Benefits" ranks!!

Bring back the "Gadsden Flag, Confederate Flag and Union Jack Flag" and bring back "AmeriKa" before that Communist Infiltrator FDR ruined it from the 1930's, with his Election..

militia
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The problem every person I have run these ideas by comes down to the same thing - nobody wants to compromise and want it all but give up nothing. That is nice and all in theory, but in the real world of problem-solving, if you want things to work you have to provide stability, incentive, purpose and benefit for all, not just a few. I call it an anti-NWO roadmap to prosperity :)

Below is my ideas on how to solve most current problems in the USA today and thus provide stability in an unstable world.

Too bad egos, party-politics and power-mongers will never allow these to be implimented. So, fellow GLP'rs what do you think? Any areas that I missed or could be improved upon?

Problems:
1) Global scale unemployment

2) Health Care Costs

3) Retirement Entitlements (Medicare and Social Security)

4) Food Supply, or lack thereof

5) Lack of eco-friendly Energy

6) Unions that abuse political processes

7) Bank Domination over world events

Premise:
With a growing world population, each person should work less and earn more, as technology will lessen the requirements for the number of workers.

Goal:
Each human work no more than 25 years of their life and be able to enjoy life during and after their career.

Answers:

1) Merge Unions and Capitalism:
a) Require any company with 200 or more employees to take 33% of profits BEFORE bonuses/perks to Executives and divide EQUALLY to all employees. Remaining 67% is for stockholders. This allows everyone from the Janitor to the CEO to have the same $$ share in profits.

b) Unions lose all power in exchange for a formalized hiring/firing process (Mediator) to ensure employees are treated fairly. If any layoffs were needed those over the 25-year mark would go first.

Result:
Far more income for the number of years one works. Many would become millionaires in a few years and the tax revenue increase would allow the Government to have a huge influx of money to pay off our debt. Families benefit from less Govt assistance, more goods are bought etc. Unemployment drops since more money is made over time and less need to work.


2) Health Care/Entitlements:
a) Start a new Social Security/Medicare plan for anyone joining the workforce AFTER a certain date. Example: Pick a date, any date in the future. Lets say 1/1/2015. Anyone joining the workforce on or after that date would be under the new plan. Anyone before that date would remain 100% unchanged.

b) With employees making so much more from 'Answer #1' each person can contribute 5% of their gross income to the 'new plan' universal health care, and 5% to eventual 'new plan' entitlement.

Result:
Your current plan will stay the same. Anyone under the 'New Plan' benefits from whatever that works out to be. Finally, everyone will know what to expect and stability is provided.


3) Energy:
a) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop a commecrialized 'Water/Hydrogen' power plant.

b) Provide a 1 Billion dollar challenge to develop battery technology that provides a minimum 10x improvement over todays batteries while remaining recyclable.

Result:
Let the 'private' market develop the technology not the Government. This allows the drive/ambition of the 'Private Sector' to get the job done sooner rather than later.

Replacing Nuclear plants with Hydrogen plants eliminates any apocolyptic worries and reduces the explosion risk if the majority of the power plant is built underground. Water is renewable.


4) Food Supply:
a) Eliminate crop-limiting seeds i.e. Monsanto

b) Promote crop-enhancing seeds (against plant diseases) to adapt to our ever-changing world faster/easier.

Result:
This lets Farmers do their jobs easier and ultimately with less chemicals.

5) Banks:
a) Reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act 100%

Result:
This will return stability to banking by seperating the risk-takers (i.e. 'Investment' banks such as Goldman Sachs) from the non-risk takers (Commercial banks like your local Credit Union). This also eliminates 'Leveraged' banks and the 'Too Big To Fail' mentality. The housing bubble and 2008 financial meltdown would not have occured if this legislation had been in force. Sanity is restored.

This is the way it was before the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act in 1999 under President Bill Clinton.
 Quoting: IJumpInIt


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

1st thing, take FDR ("Communist Infiltrator") off the American Currency Dime, lets start with that!

rant
 Quoting: Future Viewer 1344660


LOL - mmkay. Then what?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24238594


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Good Question, as I used to say to my boss, "The Question is easy..", "The Answer is hard.."

1st Drop everyone who has not cooperated in the American System, like work when Job Market was good for the last 80+ years, that have been sucking off "Uncle Scam/Uncle Sham with Uncle Boris's" tit for the last 80+ years with "Welfare/Entitlements/Benefits" drop them from the ranks of collecting anything..

As Marie-Antoinette said, "Let them eat cake.."

rant
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Though in principle I agree, the fact of 'compromise' means everyone is treated the same, and those that thrive do so by hard-ER work, and those who choose to not work hard can at least sustain themselves without burdening the system.
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

1st thing, take FDR ("Communist Infiltrator") off the American Currency Dime, lets start with that!

rant
 Quoting: Future Viewer 1344660


LOL - mmkay. Then what?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24238594


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Good Question, as I used to say to my boss, "The Question is easy..", "The Answer is hard.."

1st Drop everyone who has not cooperated in the American System, like work when Job Market was good for the last 80+ years, that have been sucking off "Uncle Scam/Uncle Sham with Uncle Boris's" tit for the last 80+ years with "Welfare/Entitlements/Benefits" drop them from the ranks of collecting anything..

As Marie-Antoinette said, "Let them eat cake.."

rant
 Quoting: Future Viewer 1344660

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

And that includes much Blacks, Latinos and Certain Types of Jews ("Hasadic/Religious/Russian/Orthodox Jews"). Drop them from the "Entitlement/Welfare/Benefits" ranks!!

Bring back the "Gadsden Flag, Confederate Flag and Union Jack Flag" and bring back "AmeriKa" before that Communist Infiltrator FDR ruined it from the 1930's, with his Election..

militia
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Again, in principle I agree wanting as simple and loose as it was long ago, we need to adapt to current times so all can prosper. Balance is the only way.

All I see is any given person slamming their fist down saying 'my way or the highway' and forcing someone to lose out and suffer.

Most minorities never learn how to be peaceful because as the old saying goes - "Treat someone like an animal and they will act like an animal".

Yes it will take quite a bit to bring both sides to the table, and if none do then we have war to decide it. If however both sides do some day, maybe these ideas here would go a long way to keeping feelings from being so hurt and full of dominance and rage.
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we already have the energy technology. trust me. from cambridge sludge on... its just not legal
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we already have the energy technology. trust me. from cambridge sludge on... its just not legal
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So make it legal!
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we already have the energy technology. trust me. from cambridge sludge on... its just not legal
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So make it legal!
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Free energy, would deprive the government of revenue, and control.

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