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Monday, June 11, 2012

Higher unemployment could be a good thing, if handled correctly.

Higher unemployment rates could be a good thing if it also means the consumption of resources is declining as well. 


Here's an example of how higher unemployment can both help the planet and the economy. If someone is caretaking for a family member instead of "working", and if that family member also does all the necessary chores around the house, including gardening, water and energy conservation, that's actually a good thing since the person is reducing their "footprint" on the earth's resources.


However, it is wall street and the rich elite that get the media to report that all unemployment is bad for the economy. Unemployment simply means one is not receiving cash for work they may be doing.


This work only matters if cash is involved is simply a ridiculous notion. 


A person who conserves all kinds of resources, grows food from their own property, recycles ALL of their vegetable, fruit and vegetation clippings back into their own property (along with some of their neighbors grass clippings as well), and care takes for one or both parents while living in the same house, is actually an economic benefit to those who must rely on additional resource consumption for working away from the home.


The notion that everyone must have a job where they either commute by car, or attempt to work from home trying to get other people to buy a product or service, is mind numbingly backwards, outdated, and old school.  


Work is work. 


It is work to conserve overall consumption of energy resources, it is work to garden, it is work to recycle, it is work to caretake for an elderly member. All of these conservation and healthcare activities actually reduce overall use of resources, both environmentally and state resources as well, yet the person doing all of these activities is treated like a pariah by the banks, the state, the insurance industry, and even the government.


As for governments and big business trading green energy credits, bring that on baby, because there is plenty of money to be made  between governments when it comes to fabricating green energy credits.


Where are my green energy credits? The ones that I personally earn?


And once again, just like the bailout, the government and the banks hold onto the green energy credits for themselves, never passing it down to those who are actually doing the conservation.


Don't be duped by stupid economic news that claims that job growth is the only answer to a successful economy. Success can be as simple as a wheel. If you have to carry something heavy by yourself, it is usually an ineffectual way to do it.  


But if you have a wheel barrow, grocery cart, or many other forms of non motorized wheel transportation, your task is made much easier. Should the economic indicators and forecasters complain because non motorized wheel technology can actually help increase people power while conserving energy? They kind of do, every day, we just don't realize it.


Of course, Barack Obama gets no credit for higher unemployment for one simple fact, the bankers and debt collectors are stealing whatever assets americans still have with unfair, heartless, excessive interest rate charges, penalties, and fees collections no matter what the reason for the debt!


If consumers were LOWERING their overall debt levels while unemployment rose, that would actually be ok! But that could only happen if Obama had been prescient enough to favor debt neutrality.

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