Do you feel like a gladiator in a global economic arena - Ray Tapajna
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See summary of articles, links and free trade economics studies by Ray Tapajna  and affect on you and society as a whole. What we had is gone. What we  have needs to be defined. It is out of sync with the American way.  See http://ray-tapajna-info.page.tl  http://tapsearch-master-site.page.tl
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It is really all about you in the global economic arena

Ray Tapajna's insight:

Free trade is an economic disease. Pres. Franklin Roosevelt said, economic diseases are highly communicable.  In essence, when we shop we affect a vast number or people. A good economy is as local as possible in a balanced geopolitical setting where a community can share in all the rewards of making or growing something. There are at least five levels of added value from the raw product going  through refinishing processes , distribution etc up to the retail or end user level. If any of  these levels are missing the added value goes some where else in the world. It is not there to recycle the economy for the best for the community.

 

Free trade is a disease because it transmit the least possible return for labor and workers. Free trade is about moving production from place to place for the sake of cheaper labor.  With more than a billion people in the world who are willing to work for practically nothing in the free trade process, the economic disease transmit poverty and not prosperity.  The value of workers and labor is deflated and degraded. This value should be an added value for all in a society.

Instead, a new working poor class has replaced the production worker middle class.  There is also a vast unreported underclass who are living in an unreported silent depression. The economic disease has reached a point where the working poor and the underclass can not even afford the cheaper imports because their value has been degraded to a lower wage value . The investment community thrives on this because they are divorced from production and can make money on money no matter where the production is in the world. The value of workers and labor represents trillions of dollars in value lost forever due to free trade.

 

However, our economy based on making money on money instead of making things is burning out too. President Obama had to bail out big money, the investment communities, banks, wall street an the "too big to fail" corporations. They received a vaccine for the economic disease but it will not last long enough for any real change to take place. The free trade economic disease keeps spreading and spreading.

http://ray-tapajna-info.net/tapartnews ;

http://ray-tapajna-info.net/flatworld

http://tapsearch.com/realworldnews

 

 

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Ray Tapajna's curator insight, December 21, 2012 6:40 PM

Online since 1998 with 1000s of resources and references about workers dignity, history of free trade, economic crisis, and local value added economies 

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It is really all about you in the global economic arena

Ray Tapajna's insight:

Online since 1998 with 1000s of resources and references about workers dignity, history of free trade, economic crisis, and local value added economies 

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Ray Tapajna's curator insight, February 27, 2014 11:11 AM

Free trade is an economic disease. Pres. Franklin Roosevelt said, economic diseases are highly communicable.  In essence, when we shop we affect a vast number or people. A good economy is as local as possible in a balanced geopolitical setting where a community can share in all the rewards of making or growing something. There are at least five levels of added value from the raw product going  through refinishing processes , distribution etc up to the retail or end user level. If any of  these levels are missing the added value goes some where else in the world. It is not there to recycle the economy for the best for the community.

 

Free trade is a disease because it transmit the least possible return for labor and workers. Free trade is about moving production from place to place for the sake of cheaper labor.  With more than a billion people in the world who are willing to work for practically nothing in the free trade process, the economic disease transmit poverty and not prosperity.  The value of workers and labor is deflated and degraded. This value should be an added value for all in a society.

Instead, a new working poor class has replaced the production worker middle class.  There is also a vast unreported underclass who are living in an unreported silent depression. The economic disease has reached a point where the working poor and the underclass can not even afford the cheaper imports because their value has been degraded to a lower wage value . The investment community thrives on this because they are divorced from production and can make money on money no matter where the production is in the world. The value of workers and labor represents trillions of dollars in value lost forever due to free trade.

 

However, our economy based on making money on money instead of making things is burning out too. President Obama had to bail out big money, the investment communities, banks, wall street an the "too big to fail" corporations. They received a vaccine for the economic disease but it will not last long enough for any real change to take place. The free trade economic disease keeps spreading and spreading.

http://ray-tapajna-info.net/tapartnews ;

http://ray-tapajna-info.net/flatworld

http://tapsearch.com/realworldnews