Alternatives / Alternativen

Why?

source: https://news.yahoo.com/daily-digit-women-waiting-longer-start-kids-theyre-162108027.html

The answer is: career and in capitalism

or in other words:

insecurity / anxiety not to survive without sufficient support from the (already mentally ill) money-community

Everybody knows the older the woman/men the worse the genetic material gets, the risk for a disabled child increase, the higher the risk of mankind to die out.

So shiny Coca Cola capitalism without limits: it is a poison for families and: IT’S A TRAP!

(for the WHOLE species)

But who can flee and declare independence from the monetary system?

Almost nobody – small steps are possible – grow your own food – your own water well – your own solar system – your own waste water treatment… well here the problems start… because of pro corporations lobby made laws. (gov corruption in short)

You will need money to buy land to free yourself from money (without governmental support a slow and agonizing process that goes over decades).

The worst: Why are there so many singles?

Unrestricted unlimited everyone will be happy “make believe” capitalism poisons the habitat with chemicals affecting the brains plus systematically breeds  selfishness (this is scientifically proven) and psychopaths and destroys social skills – guess how this affects relationships (in the worst way possible… )

Apple: Social Freezing

the term itself makes me chill.

“With more and more women choosing to have children later in life, many are opting to freeze their eggs.”

https://news.yahoo.com/egg-freezing-fertility-ivf-120423781.html

it may sound sad but:

In the 14th century, the cause of death for a lot of people was violence, so a lot has improved since then on the “obvious” violence front.

But the “systemic violence” front on a global scale is invisible to the naked eye… except for a few journalists that get shot because of writing the truth, the “systemic violence” of the system goes undetected – against the poorest of the poor but also against children of the West.

 

Is this the end of the crazy fiat money system?

Is the monetary system completely decoupled from the real economy?

bankers and investors living of a system that only exists in a virtual bubble… that could pop any time.

Is this the reason that “unfakeable” / unprintable (but still steal-able) cryptocurrencies rank so high in comparison to USD and Euro?

2019-11-25:

  • 1 XBT to USD = 7,224.07 US Dollars (source)
  • 1 XBT to EUR = 6,562.47 Euros (source)

CashKurs: “Eurozone needs negative interest rates between -4% and -7% to survive”

“According to BIS-Bank for International Settlements 15% of all companies in Europe are so called zombie companies, which are still alive only because of the cheap money.

In the next coming recession, central banks will panic open all locks, push the interest rate further into Minus and print without end money to desperately save the whole System”

auto translated from source: cashkurs.com

original text in German:

“Eurozone braucht zum überleben Negativzinsen zwischen −4 und −7%”

“Laut BIS – Bank für Internationalen Zahlungsausgleich – sind bereits 15% aller Unternehmen in Europa sogenannte Zombieunternehmen, die nur aufgrund des billigen Geldes noch am Leben sind. Bei der nächsten kommenden Rezession werden die Zentralbanken panisch alle Schleusen öffnen, den Zins weiter ins Minus drücken und ohne Ende Geld drucken, um verzweifelt das ganze System zu retten”

Quelle: cashkurs.com

Central Bank Interest Rates: The Price of Money

2019-11-25: source: http://www.cbrates.com/

Worldwide Central Bank Rates
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OECD & G20 Countries:

0.75 % (- 0.25)     Australia | Cash Rate (Oct 01, 2019) – CHART Historical Rates

5.00 % (- 0.50)

    Brazil | Selic Rate (Oct 30, 2019) Central Bank

1.75 % (+ 0.25)

    Canada | Target ON Rate (Oct 24, 2018) – CHART Historical Rates

1.75 % (- 0.25)

    Chile | Monetary Policy Rate (Oct 23, 2019) Central Bank
4.15 % (- 0.05)     China | Loan Prime Rate, LPR (Nov 20, 2019) Central Bank
2.00 % (+ 0.25)     Czech Republic | Repo Rate (May 02, 2019) Central Bank
0.05 % (- 0.15)     Denmark | Lending Rate (Jan 19, 2015) Central Bank
0.00 % (- 0.05)     Eurozone | Key Interest Rate (Mar 10, 2016) – CHART Historical Rates
0.90 % (- 0.15)     Hungary | Base Rate (May 24, 2016) Central Bank

3.00 % (- 0.25)

    Iceland | 7-d Deposit Rate (Nov 06, 2019) Central Bank
5.15 % (- 0.25)     India | Policy Repo Rate (Oct 04, 2019) Central Bank
5.00 % (- 0.25)     Indonesia | Repo Rate (Oct 24, 2019) Central Bank
0.25 % (+ 0.15)     Israel | Benchmark Rate (Nov, 26, 2018) Central Bank
-0.10 % (- 0.10)     Japan | Key Policy Rate (Jan 29, 2016) Central Bank

7.50 % (- 0.25)

    Mexico | Benchmark Rate (Nov 14, 2019) Central Bank
1.00 % ( 0.50)     New Zealand | Cash Rate (Aug 07, 2019) Central Bank

1.50 % (+ 0.25)

    Norway | Key Policy Rate (Sep 19, 2019) Central Bank

1.50 % (- 0.50)

    Poland | Reference Rate (Mar 04, 2015) Central Bank
6.50 % (– 0.50)     Russia | Key Rate (Oct 25, 2019) Central Bank
2.25 % (- 0.25)     Saudi Arabia | Repo Rate (Oct 30, 2019) Central Bank
1.25 % (- 0.25)     South Korea | Base Rate (Oct 16, 2019) Central Bank

6.50 % (- 0.25)

    South Africa | Repurchase Rate (Jul 18, 2019) Central Bank
-0.25 % (+ 0.25)     Sweden | Repo Rate (Dec 20, 2018) Central Bank

 – 0.75 (- 0.50) %

    Switzerland | SNB Policy Rate (Jan 15, 2015)  Central Bank
14.00 % (– 2,50)     Turkey | 1 Week Repo Rate Oct 24, 2019) Central Bank
0.75 % (+ 0.25)     United Kingdom | Bank Rate (Aug 02, 2018) – CHART Historical Rates
1.50-1.75 (-0.25)     USA | Funds Rate (Oct 30, 2019) – CHART Historical Rates


Other Countries:

1.00 % (- 0.25)

    Albania | Repo Rate (Jun 06, 2018) Central Bank

15.50 % (- 0.25)

    Angola | BNA Rate (May 24, 2019) Central Bank

5.50 % (- 0.25)

    Armenia | Refinancing Rate (Sep 10, 2019) Central Bank

7.75 % (- 0.25)

    Azerbaijan | Refinancing Rate (Oct 25, 2019) Central Bank

2.25 % (- 0.25)

    Bahrain | Key Policy Rate (Oct 30, 2019) Central Bank

7.75 % (+ 0.50)

    Bangladesh | Repurchase Rate (Jan 05, 2012) Central Bank

9.00 % (- 0.50)

    Belarus | Refinancing Rate (Nov 06, 2019) Central Bank

4.75 % (- 0.25)

    Botswana | Bank Rate (Aug 29, 2019) Central Bank

0.00 % (- 0.01)

    Bulgaria | Base Interest Rate (Feb 01, 2016) Central Bank
4.25 % ( 0.25)     Colombia | Key Policy Rate (Apr 27, 2018) Central Bank

 4.50 % (- 0.25)

    Dominican Republic | Monetary Policy Rate (Aug 30, 2019) Central Bank

 12.25 % (- 1.00)

    Egypt | ON Deposit Rate (Nov 14, 2019) Central Bank
0.50 % (- 1.00)     Fiji | ON Policy Rate (Nov 02, 2011) Central Bank

16.00 % (- 1.00)

    Ghana | Monetary Policy Rate (Jan 28, 2019) Central Bank

8.50 % (+ 1.00)

    Georgia | Refinancing Rate (Oct 23, 2019) Central Bank
2.00 % (- 0.25)     Hong Kong | Base Rate (Oct 31, 2019) Central Bank
0.50 % (- 0.25)     Jamaica | Policy Rate (Aug 27, 2019) Central Bank
4.00 % (- 0.25)     Jordan | CBJ main Rate (Oct 30, 2019) Central Bank
9.25 % (- 0,25)     Kazakhstan | Base Interest Rate (Sep 09, 2019) Central Bank

9.00 % (- 0.50)

    Kenya | Central Bank Rate (Jul 30, 2018) Central Bank

2.75 % (- 0.25)

    Kuwait | Discount Rate (Oct 30, 2019) Central Bank

4.25 % (- 0.25)

    Kyrgyzstan | Policy Rate (May 28, 2019) Central Bank
13.50 % (- 1.00)     Malawi | Policy Rate (May 03, 2019) Central Bank
3.00 % (- 0.25)     Malaysia | ON Policy Rate (May 07, 2019) Central Bank
3.35 % (- 0.15)     Mauritius | Key Repo Rate (Aug 09, 2019) Central Bank

7.50 % (+ 0.50)

    Moldova | Base Rate (Jul 31, 2019) Central Bank

11.00 % (+ 1.00)

    Mongolia | Policy Rate (Nov 27,2018) Central Bank

2.25 % (- 0.25)

    Morocco | Key Rate (Mar 22, 2016) Central Bank

12.75 % (- 0.50)

    Mozambique | Monetary Policy Rate (Aug 14, 2019) Central Bank

6.50 % (– 0.25)

    Namibia | Repo Rate (Aug 14, 2019) Central Bank

13.50 % (- 0.50)

    Nigeria | Monetary Policy Rate (Mar 26, 2019) Central Bank

13.25 % (+ 1.00)

    Pakistan | Policy Rate (Jul 16, 2019) Central Bank

5.50 % (- 0.50)

    Papua New Guinea | Kina Facility Rate (Aug 08, 2019) Central Bank

4.00 % (- 0.25)

    Paraguay | Policy Interest Rate (Sep 23, 2019) Central Bank

2.25 % (- 0.25)

    Peru | Policy Interest Rate (Nov 07, 2019) Central Bank

4.00 % (- 0.25)

    Philippines | Key Policy Rate (Sep 26, 2019) Central Bank

2.50 % (+ 0.25)

    Romania | Monetary Policy Rate (May 07, 2018) Central Bank
5.00 % (- 0.50)     Rwanda | Key Repo Rate (May 06, 2019) Central Bank
2.25 % (- 0.25)     Serbia | Key Policy Rate (Nov 07, 2019) Central Bank
7.50 % (- 0.50)     Sri Lanka | Key Rate – SDFR (May 31, 2019) Central Bank
1.375 % (- 0.125)     Taiwan | Discount Rate (Jun 30, 2016) Central Bank
13.25 % (- 1.50)     Tajikistan | Refinancing Rate (May 31, 2019) Central Bank
1.25 % (- 0.25)     Thailand | Repo Rate (Nov 06, 2019) Central Bank
5.00 % (+ 0.25)     Trinidad and Tobago | Repo Rate (Jun 29, 2018) Central Bank
7.75 % (+ 1.00)     Tunisia | Key Rate (Feb 19, 2019) Central Bank

9.00 % (- 1.00)

    Uganda | Central Bank Rate (Oct 07, 2019) Central Bank

15.50 % (– 1.00)

    Ukraine | Discount Rate (Oct 24, 2019) Central Bank
6.00 % (- 0.25)     Vietnam | Refinancing Rate (Sep 13, 2019) Central Bank
16.00 % (+ 2.00)     Uzbekistan | Refinance Rate (Sep 22, 2018) Central Bank
11.50 % (+ 1.25)     Zambia | Policy Rate (Nov 20, 2019) Central Bank

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Data Source: International Central Banks
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