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the family is – still – considered the nucleus (the core) of every society in any country.

in an ideal world – the family consists of mother, father and one or more children (originating from the two parents).

in an ideal world – the parents communicate and cooperate in education.

in an ideal world – the parents tell each other – they love each other.

in an ideal world – parents stay together for a lifetime.

in an ideal world – parents are respectful towards each other and the child towards the parents and vice versa.

in an ideal world – a family is like a bunch of best friends.

why is the reality in 99.9% of all cases so much different?

most women in western societies – who’s solely job might be to give birth, educate and raise children – feel unable to cope with the task.

the male is usually engaging in the brutal battle of debt generated money – trying to secure a piece of the pie.

or in other words: trying to generate a claim to charge money from someone or something (company, state).

in an ideal world the female is supported by the male whenever she hits her educational limits (two children fighting constantly).

but in reality:

  • the male is usually absent
  • lack of teamwork: the female “child care taking experienced professional” “forgets” to teach and communicate how to help her, so the male just tries one’s best to do it without guidance – learning by doing – which will result in the female rejecting the influence of the male

Why do have couples in (still poor but catching up) countries like India and Africa so many children and western females – if they have any – are already at their limits with one child?

My theory:

  1. First of all – almost nobody of the western hemisphere has seen true poverty.
    • It means a child covered in dirt with no shoes
  2. economic outlook is not super bright
    • the current form of aggressive capitalism is just simply unsustainable and people feel it (means: it is going to end, hit rock bottom)
  3. parents have no practice in raising a child
    • maybe they should have trained with a pet dog first
  4. parents seem to have a hard time finding the right balance between “ignore mode” (neglective, the opposite of love is not hate but ignorance) and overprotective (prohibiting growth by experience – that later – the child will have to learn anyway).
  5. the modern work life separates male and female – thus having no time to learn how to be team players in family issues (and there are plenty)
  6. in poorer countries – child labor is considered normal – and even in western societies it was normal 50 and 100 years ago – that all children had to help with the work on the farm
    • result:
      • children create more work than they do / help their parents.
      • children of the poorer hemispheres are considered cheap work force for the parents
      • children of the wealthier hemispheres are considered a costly financial burden (cost money approx 2-800€ per month per child)
  7. in poorer countries – people have unprotected sex – being ignorant of the consequences – in short: they do not care who get’s pregnant and if the child survives or not – pure irresponsible egoism and – fuck now – who cares about tomorrow. (not sure if tomorrow can be survived)

paradox

this leads to the paradox situation – where adults – give up on reproduction – while still engaging 150% in career – accumulating wealth – that after they die – will be passed to who ever is left of their family – but not their children – because they don’t have any – so they had a short and stressful life – working for egoism – but their work goes to waste after they die. (nothing is passed on to children, nobody is educated, it all comes to an halt)

(4 African countries are in the top10 economic GDP growth 2018 list)

solution?

i could give a solution here… but i just to frustrated right now, if you have one hit the buttons.

all technology can be used for good and evil – the problem is – if it has no useful outcome for the parties granting the money:

  • military = wants to kill people and make sure private companies can steal resources
  • NSA = wants to know what you think tomorrow to manipulate it today
  • CIA = wants to kill people without anyone knowing that they did
  • Google = wants to be evil too because it pays off

… you can safely assume – it will be used for evil.

https://www.iarpa.gov/images/files/programs/MICrONS/05-MICrONS_final.pdf
https://www.iarpa.gov/images/files/programs/MICrONS/05-MICrONS_final.pdf

“MICrONS seeks to revolutionize machine learning by reverse-engineering the algorithms of the brain.”

https://www.iarpa.gov/index.php/research-programs/microns

Performers (Prime Contractors)

Allen Institute; Baylor College of Medicine; Harvard University; Princeton University

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Argentina is a big and beautiful country full of well educated civilized people.

It is very tragic that the paradise is hold hostage by U$-Dollars.

When it comes to debt – there need to be biblical “every 7 years we slash the debt in half” – methods or it will never work.

Look at Greece vs Portugal.

Greece = implements austerity = economy crashes = massive poverty and right-wing parties gain ground.

Portugal = implements only 10% of the austerity measures the IMF wants = economy and the people are cautiously optimistic 🙂

What way would you chose?

When the IMF – on purpose – crashes economies of countries around the world – so investors can shop real estate, companies and infrastructure cheap.

Chinese investors bought a Greek harbor.

During Macri’s first year, economic recovery was slow. Unemployment and inflation remained high and growth did not come as expected.[96] Kirchner’s Careful Pricing price-control program, which benefited small and medium-sized enterprises, was kept with a revision of its included products. The government began several public-works projects to stimulate the economy and help the construction sector.[97] Political intervention in the INDEC figures ended, and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) declared in November 2016 that Argentine statistics were again in accordance with international standards.[98] The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) estimated that Argentina would emerge from recession in 2017 or 2018, and lowered its country risk classification from seven points to six.[99]

The economy worsened in 2018: inflation remained high, due in part to a trade deficit. The production of soy, the country’s main export, had been reduced by a drought which was among the worst natural disasters in the world that year.[100] The US Federal Reserve increased its interest rates, which raised the price of the US dollar against other currencies.[101] The Central Bank of Argentina increased the interest rate to 60 percent, but could not hold off inflation.[102]

Macri announced on 8 May that Argentina would seek a loan from the IMF.

The initial loan was US$50bn.[103] Federico Sturzenegger, president of the Central Bank, resigned a week later.

Macri replaced him with Luis Caputo, and merged the ministries of treasury and finances into a single ministry led by Nicolás Dujovne.[104] The US–Turkey diplomatic conflict caused a new increase on the US dollar. As a result of the crisis, the tariffs on soy exports were restored. Caputo resigned, and Guido Sandleris replaced him as president of the Central Bank.[105] The IMF expanded the loan with an extra 7 billion, on the condition that the Central Bank would only adjust the price of the peso against the US dollar under certain conditions. The 2019 budget reduced some expenditures and increased some taxes, in order to completely avoid a deficit.[106]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mauricio_Macri

“Argentina asks IMF to release $50bn loan as crisis worsens”. BBC. 30 August 2018. Archived from the original on 24 November 2018. Retrieved 11 March 2019.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federico_Sturzenegger

2014: “The fate of Argentina’s economy now rests on its ability to resolve a dispute with a group of bondholders led by a multibillion-dollar hedge fund.”

https://www.newsweek.com/argentina-faces-default-talks-hedge-funds-break-down-256885

2015: “Ruling leaves massive debt for next Argentina government”

https://news.yahoo.com/ruling-leaves-massive-debt-next-argentina-government-233025455.html