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To thrive, we must- have compassion
- backthe United Nations+
- look aftereach other+the environment
compassion: a feeling of deep sympathy for another
stricken by misfortune, accompanied by
a strong desire to alleviate the suffering
For the good of the global economy, everyoneshould
be abe to enjoy THEGOODLIFE.
The time for war is over.
because we live ina world of abundance.
We now knowthat we can fit the world population into
the State of Texas+everyone can live wellthanks to
good economic planning.
"... I know that there is the technology available to feed everybody."
(p. 252, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987)
With China's singular focus onproductivity,Mighty China
(强大的中国 Qiáng dà de zhōng guó), is now the world's
greatest source ofprosperity.
China's economic miracleis proof thatglobalprosperity
is within our reach. (中国万岁。 Zhōngguó wànsuì.
LONG LIVE China!)
Yes! With the United Nations, we cansave the world
by making it an effective means ofglobalprosperity.
However, there are three (3) obstacles:
2. low wages
3. the industrial military complex.
"... military competition is a major drain on ... economies ... ."
(p. 221, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987)
[NATObombedLibya24/7in 2011for seven (7)
monthsfor the benefit of its industrial military
President Obama increased arms sales by43%.
(The USA is responsible for40%of the arms sales.)
Global arms sales are at their highest level since
the Cold War.
Today, it's all aboutbrain power,NOT *antiquated*
military might,a waste of taxpayers' money.
The time for war is over.
TheÉ(eh)PCwants tomake the UN(United Nations)
workto save the worldthroughwealth redistributionfor
TheÉ(eh)PCwants75%of military spendinggiven
to the UNfor redistributionto poor countriesin order
to strengthen the global economy+end poverty.
Note: after the USA, Canada
spends the most - per
person - on the miliary.
(Canada spends2%of its GDP on the Military+.35%on
(In 2016,$1.57 trillionwas spenton military weapons+
(27 millionpeople haveNO cleanwaterin Somalia, South
Sudan,northeastern Nigeria, and Yemen, but, in all,
the number is1.8 billion!)
FortheÉ(eh)PC, the response to terrorism isto end
global povertythroughglobal wealth redistributionso that
"... the people of developing countries have the right to enjoy ...
better food, clothing, education, and entertainment, ... we ...
haven't done enough to help them."
(p. 276, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987)
The UN has to emphasizejob+infrastructure creation+
a strong agricultural sectorbased onthe family farmin
developing countries (especially where there's ongoing
conflict) as part ofits global wealth redistribution policy.
Because the Rich get richer +everyone else gets poorer,
the global economy is collapsing: the solution isglobal
"I believe the world economic trading system is in great peril."
(p. 280, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987)
The Americans"... I think Americans must learn to comprimise and listen more.
... Americans tend to think that the American system is the way
things should work all around the world."
(p. 257, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987)
"I find many Americans think that there are no American barriers
to trade when in fact there are many - almost half of what we
send to the United States is under some form of restraint."
(p. 262, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987)
"... the foundation of the economy lies with a nation's industry. ...
the point where there is no investment, industry will collapse. (p. 282)
A main challenge to the world trading system is the rebuilding of the
American industrial structure. ... I do not see Congress making this
kind of recovery a priority. (p. 289)
... America is very much to blame for her problems ... ."
(p. 291, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987)
"... Americans ... are hard to deal with because Americans get
(p. 292, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987)
"American companies that are moving offshore to cheaper labor
zones will soon find that it is self-defeating. (p. 292)
... it means the hollowing out of ... industry ... ."
(p. 293, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987)
"... the unitary tax ... requires a company subsidiary of an overseas
firm to report its worldwide earnings and to be assessed on the basis
of the total company's businesss rather than on just the business
transacted in the state. ... the unitary tax ... seemed to me to be an
attack on foreign business."
(p. 305, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987)
"... the threat of [American] protectionism still hangs over our [Japanese]
heads ... ."
(p. 308, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987
"We are ... worried about America's overextention of credit and the huge
deficits the USA has built up."
(p. 268, "Made in Japan" by Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony, © 1987