Federal Ministry

The “Council of experts for environmental issues”, a panel sponsored by the Federal Ministry of the environment, created an opinion, in which he urged, the possible migration of energy-intensive industries and expansion of electricity imports as inevitable in the year 2001 Accompany of the unavoidable “ecological modernization” in Germany to look at. Gold as a means to protect assets. Economic action requires trust to each other. This trust is an option for all people, not only for sellers and buyers of precious metals. If the intelligence, creativity and labour focus on economic action, almost all the people involved and the owners of gold make up only a tiny group in the economies.

This is no utopia, but systematically thwarted options. Sick people, children and elderly are a minority. There is no reason to distinguish between paid work and volunteering or to gag people through collective bargaining with fixed weekly working time in a ZivilGesellschaft of in confidence. Free decisions are expressed through “money systems, which coexist without arguments or weapons to fighting. Sooner or later stop official interference, because the exercise of this power is priceless and the bureaucracy in itself even stifled. The current state is that only a few thousand people can use the opportunity to preserve their assets by buying precious metals such as gold and silver, Platinum and Palladium. Most people are already too poor to do so and bankrupt, because they don’t know how they can contest their costs in the next week. Keep the ZivilGesellschaft full equal, how the ZivilGesellschaft in the environment of these financial stresses developed, so there are values that count today, still count in every crisis, and in near and distant future include: intelligence and confidence to the people, creativity and labour. A ZivilGesellschaft can exist without a State rate of 50 percent. Do not a sprawling bureaucracy and regulation authorities, companies and private individuals.

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