Statement from the Candidate
In 2010 I ran an unsuccessful campaign for the United States Congress, but I'm still posting blogs that I believe express an opinion that most other people miss, and that I also believe can make America great again and cast off the yoke of liberal/progressive control that is currently in place.
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
The Immorality and Corruption of the United Nations
When money from productive economies (the U.S, Europe, Japan, etc) is expropriated for use in undeveloped nations the money will be spent by the current rulers of those nations on a new limo, a new palace or is used to beef up his Swiss bank account, and the people suffering under his rule are not helped at all, and to pretend that the average citizen of a poor country gets any benefit from such "aid" is a lie and further proves the corruption of the U.N.
The only way any nation is able to gain wealth and be able to support a middle class is if the government of those citizens allows them, via low taxes and few regulations, to establish businesses, invest and work as they please for their own profit. Once wealth is given to a third world country that wealth is lost. The more money we give away the less wealth there is in the world, and this leads to added poverty and suffering. So we should stop the waste. This phenomenon of waste and poverty can be related in the United States to the Obama stimulus billions which were wasted on nothing but Obama's liberal allies and left no value behind at all; a total waste of hard-earned money. This is an example of rulers spending public money for their own benefit and demonstrates that when rulers don't allow a middle class freedom to keep their own money, wealth can't develop and the nation remains poor, as our nation has become poorer under the Obama administration.
Unfortunately our own government is on the road to destroying our middle class by taxing us into poverty and regulating businesses so they can no longer make a profit. Our only and last hope resides with the newly elected legislators, and we must keep pressure on them to correct and reverse the mistakes of the past.