ECONOMIC GROWTH IN ERA OF IMMIGRATION

One key issue during the immigration era

Economic real growth:

Welfare must be financed either collectively through taxes or by private insurance, while the countries must be able to maintain and even develop their technological skills, be-cause welfare funding sources originate from earnings. The value of the profitable pro-duction creates wage basis and tax basis, of which welfare can be funded either priva-tely or collectively. There are no other sources…..

…..EDP created international competition from the 1970s – a comparable if not similar competition upheaval in the 1800s was better prepared.

The agricultural crisis in the 1800s was in one way bigger and more important for Euro-pe because absolute dominance of agricultural activity in the occupational structure at the time when the cheap grain from the United States, because the hard steel-manu-facturing process via the bessemer method and the puddling subprocess became pos-sible, resulting in super sturdy rails and thus just because of that far low freight rates from the US Midwest in 50-tonne trucks for disembarkkation ports. 1800s European agricultural crisis was also larger than we today might imagine, but at the same time the initiatives for the necessary restructuring changes (including for livestock production) in Denmark were taken by the farsighted/lucky leaders who began agrarian reforms in the 1700s. This time the responsible has not been willing to listen to farsighted and in-sightful, but guided blindly by an ideology devoid of rational sense.

Inventions promote living conditions – ideologies hinder them.

See why IQ-reduction in Europe brings things to a standstill as the last possebility : http://www.lilliput-information.com/growth and immigration.pdf

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