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Showing posts with label free money. Show all posts
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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

After confiscating much of the nation's wealth, India's government wants to give it back to the people as welfare

After implementing a sudden monetary policy that wiped out a great deal of the people's wealth and set back the economy several years, India's Prime Minister now is looking at trying to save his election chances by offering up free money to the people under the guise of a Universal Basic Income.

In late 2016, Modi declared the two largest currency denominations no longer legal tender overnight, and gave the 1.3 billion inhabitants approximately a month to turn their currency into the banks.  In response to this, the Indian people rebelled with many of them trying to exchange their currency for gold and gold jewelry rather than deposit them in the banking system that less than 40% of the population actually trusts.

Three months later, and with support falling everyday for the Prime Minister, the government is now rushing to implement a new policy which would accelerate the digitization of their monetary system, while also attempting to be benevolent by introducing free monthly welfare checks to large portions of the population.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi shocked his country and the world in November 2016 by announcing that he would fight corruption by rendering 86 percent of the country's currency worthless. The decision wreaked havoc with India's economy for several months, but Subramanian believes that the worst is over, now that plans for a remonetisation are in place. 
"Briefly, the costs include a contraction in cash money supply and subsequent, albeit temporary, slowdown in GDP growth; and benefits include increased digitalization, greater tax compliance and a reduction in real estate prices, which could increase long-run tax revenue collections and GDP growth," the report reads. 
The report also lobbied for a Universal Basic Income (UBI) program to replace India's innumerable social-welfare programs. India has over a thousand such measures, but UBI could replace them all in a system virtually impossible to exploit.  
A UBI in India would provide every citizen, regardless of net worth, a monthly payment with no strings attached. It can be used to provide for basic needs, the theory being that it will be enough to prevent poverty, giving recipients the ability to seek education and recover from economic hardship. - Sputnik News

Thursday, January 5, 2017

India's new scheme of free money to all could be the carrot to coerce people to get into their banking system

Over the past month, India's Prime Minister has used the stick on his people in an attempt to force them to give up their cash and move all commerce into a systematic financial process that could be monitored and taxed by government authorities.  This of course led to a massive backlash as a society that for centuries has run primarily on cash, and where only 36% of the population even has a bank account, rushed instead to exchange their currency for gold rather than deposit their cash into the banks.

Now however, Prime Minister Modi appears to be switching his stick for the carrot and is using a different means to try to entice India's 1.4 billion people into the banking system by proposing a scheme of free money, or a Universal Basic Income, to get a large portion of the population reliant upon the government and more amenable to buying into their financial system.

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The Indian government is likely to introduce Universal Basic Income, a practice of paying every person a fixed sum of money as a means to stimulate the economy and improve the quality of life of its citizens, according to the concept’s leading proponent. 
The Indian government is preparing a report documenting that a Universal Basic Income (UBI) is "feasible" and "basically the way forward," according to professor Guy Standing, a leading advocate for UBI, and the leader of the Basic Income Earth Network movement (BIEN). - Sputnik News
UBI schemes come with many pro's and con's, but most significantly the outcome of such programs depends upon the disposition of a people and culture.  For example, in Finland where they have just enacted a universal basic income system, the majority of recipients have surveyed that they still intend to work at the same time they receive the extra money, and this speaks highly to the diligence of the culture where a UBI scheme may work in the short run.  Yet on the other side, having a nation like France or even the United States where large portions of the population have lived off of welfare for generations, a promise of free money will not change the landscape of increasing the incentive to both work and receive extra income, but instead simply replace one form of welfare with another.

The ultimate goal of the Universal Basic Income system is to try to get everyone reliant upon the government, and their money stored in the banks where at a later time the ultimate agenda of a cashless society can be instituted.  But to do this it may take a financial crisis of epic proportion to achieve this, and that may be coming much sooner than people could imagine.

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Helicopter Ben goes to Switzerland as people to vote on getting monthly government payouts

It is becoming more and more apparent that the entire global financial system is rushing headlong into a titanic collapse sometime in the future, and governments along with central banks are willing to do anything to extend it as far as it can go.  This of course means that at certain points along the way they need to use more and more drastic measures in order to stimulate spending.
Starting late in 2015, and continuing so far into the first part of the new year,  these ‘drastic measures’ are starting to hit mainstream.  And besides the growing talk about negative interest rates, and banning or ending the use of physical cash, the last resort scheme in the arsenal of those in power is right now knocking on the door, and is being looked at strongly in Northern European country’s like Norway and Switzerland.
And that last resort scheme is the direct distribution of cash to the people.

Read more on this article here...

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Negative interest rates, free money... central banks are showing by their new policies that we are near the end

On Friday the Bank of Japan entered into the deep shark infested waters of negative interest rates (NIRP), signalling that they have no other option but to force people to spend their savings or lose it to fee based confiscation.  And for those that think Japan is simply a lone wolf in the global economy, negative interest rates have already emerged in several European countries desperate for inflation.

But NIRP is not the only scheme being concocted by governments and banks to force people to spend their money instead of saving it.  In Switzerland on Jan. 29, a referendum was issued for the people to vote on whether their government should outright give each adult $1700 Euros and each family the equivalent of $2500.00 to stimulate growth and inflation in the midst of an emerging meltdown.

And like the use of price controls in 3rd world banana republics, the end result of giving out free money based on increased debt is price inflation to the point where eventually the entire system will collapse upon itself.



Friday, August 2, 2013

How to become wealthier at the press of a button

Like prior Presidential administrations, growing pressure on Barack Obama forced the Commander in Chief to change the data modeling of how GDP was determined, and to make it look like the economy was improving well above its actual levels.  In fact, the data stream that was changed in the GDP model was...

How much money you (American people) make as income!

Because of these new changes to the GDP formula, and not the actual real jobs and production data, America suddenly became $300 billion richer, and accordingly, the stock markets responded by reaching new all-time highs.



We are delighted to advise Americans everywhere that you are all now making some $300 billion more than you were before the 8:30 AM revision. At least that's what the Bureau of Economic Analysis says: according to the quarterly revision, the revized annualized Disposable Personal Income is really some $300 billion higher compared to the pre-revision number. You are all richer!

What's that? You don't feel a dollar richer compared to this morning? That's irrelevant: everyone is now making about 2.4% more. A revised number in an Excel spreadsheet on a government computer said so, so it must be true. - Zerohedge

America!  Time to go out and feel richer even if you aren't actually richer.  Your government has printed you more income, out of thin air!

As a reality check however, the REAL reason the government made these formula changes was so that THEY could borrow more money, and artificially lower the debt to GDP ratio that was nearing an all-time record of 110%.