Complex politics and dizzying economic claims made simple. Outright economic deceptions dispelled with hard evidence and unprecedented analysis. Desperate personal financial situations given new hope through eternal principles. Uncommon knowledge, easily obtained for the reader.
Audience: everyday citizens, voters, students, educators, historians, researchers, economists, political scientists, businesspersons
Reading Level: Grade 13; college-ready high school students and higher
Publication Date: May 30th, 2016
Availability: A $500 value for $9.99 to $34.99. The kind of arduous research performed for Economic Sovereignty is normally held closely by global consultancies and sold to corporate clients in expensive reports. Not only is this information made available for pennies on the dollar, but it reads like an accessible story instead of a dry report or whitepaper. Mr. Kurek wants all citizens to have these insights – not just investors and politicians. No graduate students were harmed (or used) in the making of this book.
Who will prosper during the coming economic disaster?
We live in an economic epic, and the climax approaches. Pungent warnings curl the nostrils of all but those who are sidetracked in rose gardens of wishful thinking. President Obama called income inequality “the defining challenge of our times.” Occupy Wall Street rallied against the rich. The TEA Party said that Americans were Taxed Enough Already. American unemployment shifted to declining labor force participation at an astonishing rate. Young adults with college education languished in their parents’ basements with mountains of debt and ungainful, irregular jobs. The government promised our elderly retirement and healthcare in exchange for tax payments; the promise was broken. They were living longer, and their chosen culture gave way to a monumental shift in age demographics. Their missing babies are the workers who would have been paying for their retirements. Prices were increasing, while the government obfuscated inflation. Massive government spending sacrificed our future to the present. It seemed that every segment of America had its existential crisis.
Severe warnings of economic calamity began to circle the wagons. A French economist preaching income inequality was paraded around the media and political forums like a prophet of global salvation. All around us, the drums of class warfare were beating stronger by the minute, instigating deep resentments. Underneath the fanfare, what was the true story of the American economy? How did we get here? How have things changed for us? Are the rich getting richer? Are the poor getting poorer? What knowledge do we need to vote wisely, and pursue the right economic decisions for our families and our nation? The answers to all of these questions are concisely presented in Economic Sovereignty: Prosperity in a Free Society. In slightly less than two-hundred pages of reading material, and over one-hundred pages of unprecedented charts, tables, citations, and supporting evidence, the complexity of politics, poverty, prosperity, jobs, and economics has never been more accessible to concerned citizens. Knowledge of higher math, economics, and political science is unnecessary to gain the enlightenment of this groundbreaking research. With great ease, the myth of severe income inequality and wealth disparity is fully debunked with the only justifiable method to date. The first-ever lifetime prosperity method helps us to understand our personal financial security – as it reveals how governments around the world have stolen our self-determination. Ultimately, a terrifying process emerges that has destroyed nations for centuries – vorardennes. It will continue to throttle America until we restore economic sovereignty.
Everyone must own a copy of this book to reclaim sovereignty for themselves and their loved ones. Job seekers will understand the corruption of labor markets, and what to do about it. Indebted people will learn how to view their money and income so that they can plan their own prosperity and make wise choices. Young students will choose better careers, while workers discover the true cost of taxes that are hidden from them. With swindles from economic fallacies thriving, the reader is shown exactly how to distinguish rewarding work from dead-ends. Altruists will see how American economic history compares to the world’s. The book paints the most accurate portrait of the American economy, political ideology, and jobs that has ever been evidenced by the most distinguished researchers. As America flirts with the same mistakes made across the world, this revelation comes just in time.
The dirigiste nations of Greece, Venezuela, Portugal, Ireland, Argentina, and Spain recently sacrificed an entire generation to their parasitic systems of control. They promised equality and peace and instead delivered political upheaval, crime waves, blood in the streets, hunger, debt, and misery. How will America respond when our piper demands his pay? Pure ignorance and folly is the likely response, if the last calamity is an indicator. At the beginning of this economic decline, many Americans believed the lies of politicians screaming “Wall Street greed,” while the same politicians enriched the banks and Wall Street. We heard scarce mentions of the major contributors to the crisis – nary a whisper about the Federal Reserve, Community Reinvestment Act, Moody’s rating monopoly, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the U.S. Departments of Justice (DoJ) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD). In an Orwellian, propagandistic fervor, politicians enshrined their Wall Street scapegoats, most of whom were only the foot soldiers in the government quest for “affordable housing.” Of course, there were some opportunistic profiteers who took advantage of the environment created by government policy; but mainly, the banks used the laws given to them to protect the retirements and investments of middle class Americans. Meanwhile, many profligate Americans happily danced to the “affordable housing” tune, living beyond their means on no-interest loans, adjustable-rate mortgages, reverse mortgages, and home equity lines of credit. This monstrosity pumped up fictitious values of housing so that rent and mortgages would become unaffordable, and local governments would gorge upon sustained property tax windfalls. As Thomas Sowell noted in The Housing Boom and Bust, there was plenty of blame to go around.
Likewise, there is plenty of blame to go around for the coming economic disaster, and it starts with the mismanaged spending decisions of government, businesses, and households. At large, the propaganda factory will place blame on Democrats or Republicans, but the political culprit of decline is a stealth system of beliefs that infiltrated the world centuries ago. The institutionalists created this metropolitan robotic nurse with a grey, concrete, parasitic tongue. There is nothing more devoid of humanity than its system of control. It has deceived our most powerful leaders, breeding delusion within all who follow. We must defeat it to recover economic sovereignty for all citizens. Those who arm themselves with this knowledge will prosper through the coming disaster.
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