Wednesday, June 07, 2006


Balance is the Key to Solving many of the World’s Problems

Without appropriating the proper portion of financial resources correctly. Things will turn for the worst and not get better until the proper correction are made bringing things into balance. The clearest example of this is what the United States spends on wars and the military verses what they spend on humanitarian aid and on international diplomacy. The cost of defending policies that are unfair and unjust is much more expensive than defending policies that are fair and just. How the world’s leading nations spend their resources will determine the world our children have tomorrow.

For there to be long term peace and security there must be justice and fairness in the way the Rule of International Law is enforced. Major changes are needed to address many of our problems we face in the world. Trying to find the correct answer is like looking for a needle in a haystack. There are many more wrong answers than there are right ones to the problems we face as a member of the global community. The United States being one of the primary leaders of the modern industrial-high tech age is more responsible for many of the problems we face in the world today.

The United States has a disproportional of power, influence, power and wealth over the global community of nations. This is providing the American people a much higher standard of living compared to the majority of the people in the world. Even the poor people in American are much better off than the poor people in the rest of the world. The United States is one of the world’s wealthiest nations in the world and is borrowing the most money from the international monetary system. This is putting a great strain on the international monetary system driving up interest rates.

With the United States (per-person) consuming the majority of the world’s resources making it so nations in real need cannot obtain the needed resources to build or up grade their infrastructure. Often the problems of a nation are created by the government policies. Weather it is balance between the time we spend at work and the time we spend with our family or the money we spend verses the money we save or borrow. What holds true for a family holds true for a nation’s government on a much larger scale. Together the American people and United States government must change many

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