This is an adjunct to my last blog post, How Much do you Know About Agenda 21.
A nation must be capable of becoming an industrial society in order to reach first-world status--also referred to as a "developed nation." By turning its natural resources from the bowels of its earth into consumer goods, and by exporting those goods to other nations, a nation's economic power will improve to the point where it becomes a global power, like the United States once was.
Agenda 21 essentially locks up our natural resources, thus limiting and actually crippling our ability to grow economically. We then have had to resort to importing the goods we need, both as a government and as a people. This means more of our dollars end up moving out of country than come in.
What this means is that there are going to be less and less dollar bills in print within the United States for companies, governmental entities, and the people of this nation to utilize. This creates a more competitive environment as all concerned position themselves to obtain more of those dollars, thus causing many companies to go out of business and people and governmental entities to file some sort of bankruptcy.
All of this will eventually reduce the U.S. to a second-world status where all we do is trade dollars as a service economy, and I fear it may have already done that. Most of us don't know it yet I suspect.
With all of this said, I must also mention that I am not a financial genius nor am I a financial expert. But I really don't think we must be experts in order to figure out what is going on here.
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