dr. John DRABIK – Switching to the Natural Economic Order is the Future of Mankind

dr. Janos DRABIK

Switching to the Natural Economic Order is the Future of Mankind

Why is globalisation anti-human?

Ladies and Gentleman!

Let me mention the following at the outset: I am not value-free and what I have to say is based on the value-basis acknowledging the universal ethics. Under universal ethics I mean the recognition and protection of the fundamental needs, interests and values of all people based on the equality of rights. Before we start to analyze the problems of globalization, we have to touch upon the nature of the problems. In terms of their possible solutions, problems are either convergent or divergent. Methods suitable to solve convergent problems cannot be used to solve divergent problems. Abstract mathematical methods can be well used for the convergent problems of the natural sciences and these problems in theory can be solved. On the other hand, for solving problems in connection with people, the human society and its activity (and so with economics), mathematical methods can be used only with limits, as subsidiary means.

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dr. John DRABIK – Money system – Private or public

dr. John DRABIK


1913 is a notable date in the History of the United States. This is the date of founding the Federal Reserve System, the privately owned Central Bank of the United States, and introduction of the first federal taxes in the United States. Up to now the majority of national banks of the world is de jure national, but de facto private institutions. In 1913 there were really few people, who were able to understand the great importance of that event. One of the most significant consequences of this privatization is that – since that time – the taxes in the United States of America alone have consumed 55-60 per cent of labor wages. In addition to that, the state debt – not only in America, but all over the world – has been rocketing into astronomical sums.

The indebtedness is proceeding continuously despite of the repeated promises of governments and political parties to enforce fiscal and monetary responsibility.  Hungary – for example – borrowed $US four billion in the 1970-s and paid to this date as interest and services of this debt about 64 billion dollar. Despite of this the total sum of the Hungarian external debt increased till January 1999 42,5 billion Dollar, and the internal state debt over 7000 billion HUF. To this sum comes still the internal debt of the private sector, which is unknown. The Hungarian state, private economy and society have to service the total debt over 73 billion dollar. This kind of situation is called “interest slavery” and “usury civilization”. All of these happened when real wages of employees, representing 80% of the total workforce, decreased dramatically during the last decades, while tax burdens during the same period dubbed.

Let us see the possible background!

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