the last five years the world endured modification via banks.
this year, it’s weather modification techniques.
the techniques are mostly used to harness rain to a region experiencing drought. water currency is a big deal in the world. (more…)
thought for today: when a government moves the goal posts on certain races of people over others economically, and hides behind the ‘global financial crises’ in its racist re-engineering politics, a people go into economic post traumatic stress disorder.
one city in nz, claims psd as ‘their thing’ since a quake. yet, i’m sorry, they’re not the only ones suffering from racist economic stress disorder, post the re-engineering racist games that have been and are being played. (more…)
February 4, 2013 | Categories: Economic Blue Prints Planning Per Region, Economic Bullying, Economic Engineering, Economic Genocide Engineering - New Zealand, Economic Growth Planning, Economic Teen Bullying, Greed, Inequality, Politics, racism, Wellington | Leave A Comment »
feb words 2013: savings. investment. improve economy. improve productivity. incentives to save and invest. can’t be property chomping alone while being risk averse to invest in new business. find the balance. investment, r+d, development does attract new capital, entrepreneurship, further investment in innovation. international innovation – a policy framework to support it. nation’s living standards happen as innovative jobs are created. when they are not, a govt is cutting corners. reduce ineffective inequality biases that constrict an economy for a few. build global linkages. (more…)
Ransom economies* &… let’s move on.
*a ransom economy is when one region or city in an entitled manner, tries to dictate a nation’s entire economy’s growth and lock the potential of other regions to earn and evolve economically, (more…)
HELPING MEN LEAD AWAY FROM PRE-SET ECONOMIC VIOLENCE IN INEQUALITY’S SILENTLY ABUSIVE SOCIETAL DESIGNS
Tools that can help men lead away from pre-set economic conditions of economic violence that are abusive (in some cases, highly racist) that are also shown to increase domestic violence conditions in communities (apparently higher economic stress, increases violence and also causes people to act in reckless ways they wouldn’t normally in better economic circumstances)… can be read here.
Women are often more entrepreneurial than men are (that is seen in the way many women run a home resourcefully and creatively), yet many women aren’t in business of their own. They need to be. Men need to get more entrepreneurial too so that women are afforded better choices in society. Currently, youth unemployment and unemployment are at 13 year highs in New Zealand. Women’s pay equality is at a ten year low. Therefore economic abuse has happened to most of New Zealand citizens’ majority population in the last seven to ten years. We need to strengthen our society. It is wise to do so. (more…)
January 22, 2013 | Categories: Abuse of Power, Community, Domestic Violence, Economic Bullying, Economic Growth Planning, Economic Teen Bullying, Leadership, New Zealand, New Zealand Citizens, Parenting, Smile Club | 2 Comments »
The no.1 sports star request today via search engines is Richard Kahui. Let’s go with RK’s anti-violence tee shirt photo.
We live in times where economic abuse of young families has increased as inequality was encouraged and went unchecked. The tee shirt is a statement on that overarching structuring of economists and the wealthy in most countries, including NZ. Economic abuse is psychological violence against a people, men, women and children. In order for women to be safe and healthy, men must be safe too. (more…)
January 21, 2013 | Categories: Economic Bullying, Economic Engineering, Economic Teen Bullying, Inequality, New Zealand, New Zealand Citizens, Pop Art, Pop Cultural Commentary, Richard Kahui, Social Engineering, Social Justice, Tee Shirts | 1 Comment »
lessons learned from disappointments of 2012 should be improved on in 2013 to secure a strong future for current NZ citizens future generations.
1. No jobs were created in 2011-12 (or a decline in jobs occurred), yet NZ’s wealthy grew exhorbitantly wealthier. The NZ average wage $US36k also did not rise, when housing and living costs did rise. Clearly NZ’s ‘leaders’ have been thieves of most NZers time. It was also a year where 60k NZ people exited NZ. A record year. In theory the employment level should have risen. It did not.
2. Land grabs, water grabs were the only real game the current government played in 2012.
3. If sustainable employment is not being created at a sufficient and sustainable level to lift current citizen’s into a better life and earning platform, it is safe to say, that mode is not leading the needs of the majority of NZ. (more…)
Here’s a commentary of inequality & what it does to nations:
“The psychological burden of debt saps intellectual resources, reinforces reckless behavior.” said Princeton’s Eldar Shafir. “It is a result of putting people in situations of scarcity in experiments, burying them on purpose in poverty traps.”
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 15.1.13~
The words, “it now looks like economic violence” were said on NZ TV this eve.
In the US & NZ the no.1 political issue is jOBS. Especially for young adults.
Inequality is often ageist against youth, racist (in some cities). In addition we lynch our smart talent. They get educated, yet we have economies that often won’t reward their education, investment in education and ROI on peoples knowledge & achievements. So you get an equation that is: “yEducate? jOBS?” This leads to people feeling trapped in their own countries. Or we see an exodus to nations that are structured more justly to return an ROI on smart peoples talents and eduaction. (more…)
Media outlets Rian.Ru, CS and Sports NDTV and are both reporting that Russian President Vlad Putin is putting an end to “match-fixing.” Really Putin should be talking to Wall Street (and market fixers) yet instead, he’s chosen to talk to the sports world on the matter.
Here’s that news: MOSCOW, January 9 (R-Sport) – Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday submitted a bill to parliament containing a raft of strict measures aimed at stamping out match-fixing.
The legislation attacks the supply and demand ends of the problem simultaneously by targeting sporting federations, athletes, and betting shops as Russia seeks to put an end to years of grappling with the scourge.
Russian football in particular is persistently dogged by claims of match-fixing, including in the Premier League, although few of the accusations are ever upheld by the authorities.
The bill, a set of amendments to the law “On Physical Culture and Sport in the Russian Federation,” proposes disbanding federations that fail to ban athletes or team officials suspected of taking bribes, or fail to report fixing cases to the police. (more…)
Steven Rattner of The New York Times depicts America 2012 in charts. 37% of all income gains, went to the top 1%.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 2.1.12~
HIP TO BE FAIR – YOUNG ADULTS, CREATING EQUAL ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUTH & AUTHORITY FIGURES ROLE TO PLAY IN SUPPORTING IT
“like a pack of animals circling a wounded antelope,”
we have realized that more needs to be done to create futures for youth.
the world’s bankers have circled youth’s futures
all around the world. Business networks preferencing a few over majorites
too have disrupted many communities economic pathways of regneration.
with banking driven acquistions games that were driven by panic in a fear of
lack of future resources supply to consume, a pack mentality drunk on greed
was the agenda that has bullied young adults economically.
youth no longer trust authority as they should. (more…)
TEEN BULLYING, NEW ZEALAND & SOUTHERN OPEN LANDSCAPES – STAN WALKER’S POP CULTURAL, SOCIAL COMMENTARY MUSIC VIDEO SNAP SHOT REVISTED
Over a year ago, Maori music talent Stan Walker, rather humorously depicted a music video of Maori youth, bullying a white kid in his music video, Music won’t break your heart. The white kid is portrayed in the video story line as being so bullied, he has to escape from the city neighborhood he lives in, to the Southern plains and find his freedom of expresssion, in the wide open spaces. It’s quite a video.
Although in truth, playing it forward 12 months on from the time Stan and talented cast filmed the video, when looking at year’s end economic data 2012, all stats reveal that it has in fact been the other way around.
The parents of NZ’s white kids economically have been found to be bullying the brown kids parents and families (in the way NZ’s treasurer and the people he represents and acts for, structured the last few years of NZ’s economic flows economically)… inequality between white and brown families is perhaps the worst it has ever been in some regions of NZ.
Despite this fact, I still like Stan’s music video. (more…)
December 27, 2012 | Categories: Canterbury, Christchurch, Dance, Dancing With The Stars, Economic Blue Prints Planning Per Region, Economic Bullying, Economic Engineering, Economic Growth Planning, Economic Teen Bullying, Economists, Economy, Maori, Music Videos, Ngai Tahu, Politics, Pop Cultural Commentary, South Island, Southland, Stan Walker, Teenagers | Leave A Comment »
MOVING FORWARD FROM “COMPLETE TEASE” ECONOMIES… ADDRESSING FAKE TASER NEWS STORYLINES IN GATEKEEPING MONOPOLIES’ BAD HABITS
While some folks are worried about taser guns, what we need to be concerned about is total ”teaser economies.”
For example, if only the wealthy are increasing wealth and majorities are shut out from wealth, we’ve effectively been running a “teaser economy.” No one likes a tease. They’re so boring. Teaser economies make people so angry, eventually. They’re not healthy to run.
Best to run a real economy. Let wealth flow to more people. It’s a lot safer in the long run. More honest too.
When people run teaser economies (eg: “where nothing much has happened in the last two years”), they’re often involved at running “taser news story lines,” too. Where ideoligically gatekeeping practices occur, using fear tactics in the news with fake storylines that keep policing certain economic interests over others gaining equal access to economic chances, that kind of behavior needs to be shot. Just saying. It can also be racist, in the manner that it bullies via the corporate world through politics into news, if we’re honest. (more…)
December 26, 2012 | Categories: Banking System Flows, Censorship, Democracy, Democracy is Bought, Economic Bullying, Economic Engineering, Greed, Inequality, Journalists, Justice, News Formats, Politics, Tee Shirts | Leave A Comment »
OPENING NEW ZEALAND’S ECONOMY TO GROW – PAST DOUBLE DIP RECESSION FIGURES ENGINEERING AND DESIGN 2013
“National’s tax switch was not only unequal and unfair, it choked off demand and the economy shrank,” said David Parker explaining the double dip recession New Zealand experienced in the aftermath of the global financial crisis re-egineering game of the world. Parker is responding to the new ‘data’ that Statistics NZ has shown.
Agriculture performed okay. Selling off a partial share in the nation’s water supply, turned to dairy – has been the big success story of the last two years for the fat cats of NZ. That and construction gains too.
Sounding like two years too late, Bill English offered, “The unemployment rate is too high and this will be a particular focus for the Government in 2013,” he said. (more…)
According to The Otago Daily Times:
NZ’s PM said today, the NZ Government’s half-yearly fiscal update paints a ”reasonably good picture” of the economy, in his own opinion.
Treasury is expected to follow up his words, with a half-yearly economic and fiscal update. He says his government is “back on track” to reach surplus by 2014/15. Changes have been made than what was originally stated.
He also claims NZ’s $18 billion deficit is down last year to $9b this year, with a stated intention to drop the figure to $4-5b in 2013.
Since 2008, the economic environment he says is “quite stark”.
Stating the obvious (especially for the 60,000 New Zealanders who Mr Key’s government saw exit New Zealand in the last 12 months) NZ’s PM also says: “Individually, quite often New Zealanders don’t like an individual decision we’ve [I've] made. It affects them or their community or their interests, and actually that’s totally fair enough.”
Trending right now is youth citizens rights. Why? Who really knows? I thought the experts of pop culture are supposed to take care of that domain? It’s really their domain in society. Entertainers etc.
Anyway: Youth Rights & Young Adults rights should be on everyone’s minds. Economic data at year’s end 2012, shows young adults can have a better future than what we’ve planned to allow our youth citizens to in many of our economic designs in the last seven years. (more…)
December 16, 2012 | Categories: Economic Bullying, Economic Teen Bullying, Economists, Politics, Pop Cultural Commentary, Teenagers, Teenagers Self Defense, Young Adults Culture, Youth Rights | 1 Comment »
Reducing the widening gap of youth inequality in New Zealand, is NZ’s next big challenge of politics. It is beyond alarming. A joke.
So much to do in 2013 and beyond other than just giving teens a glass of milk they don’t even own. :)
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 7.12.12~
December 7, 2012 | Categories: Community, Compassion, Economic Bullying, Economic Engineering, Economic Teen Bullying, Economists, Economy, Families, New Zealand, New Zealand Citizens, Politics, Teenagers, Teenagers Self Defense, Young Adults Culture | 1 Comment »
We need to let go of the preconceived engineered designs of greed in order to heal the land and our people of the land.
–Wisdom for the day for Aotearoa New Zealand.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 6.12.12~
THE REALITIES OF RESERVE BANK’S DECEMBER 2012 FORECASTS FOR 2013 REVEAL A TIGHT ENVIRONMENT HAS BEEN SET FOR YOUNG NEW ZEALANDERS
What this means for most Kiwis especially the young and first time home buyers and young families? NZ’s future marrow,? It means create yourselves …or batton down some more.
Regardless of the stats: What needs to happen JOBS. More jobs still need to be created to keep people earning at equitable levels across NZ. (more…)
December 5, 2012 | Categories: Bankers, Banking System Flows, Economic Bullying, Economic Engineering, Economic Teen Bullying, Economists, Economy, New Zealand, New Zealand Citizens, News, South Pacific | Leave A Comment »
SPYING, INSIDER TRADING, PHONE & PEOPLE HACKING – THE LEVESON INQUIRY, MEDIA, POLITICS & INSIDER TRADING
In White People Behaving Badly News, here’s one from the United Kingdom, namely England. It is a story about bullying, spying, intellectual property invasion and ultimate insider trading via spying means.
A story that is popular today on New Zealand news is how millionaires have colluded with politicians to use the media to their own political means. Nothing is more compelling in giving the world that insight than The Levison Inquiry in the aftermath of spying on private citizens and hacking into their communications.
There is also the matter of people hacking (that is when you infiltrate someone’s family networks) to pick on someone. The face of the abuser is often hidden in such games. There are really good books you can read on “people hacking” that explain it more in detail.
Today though, The Guardian’s lead story reports that David Cameron found himself accused of betrayal by the victims of phone hacking and isolated from his coalition partners when he opposed Leveson’s proposal to underpin a new independent press regulator with legislation.
Nick Davies, reported on phone hacking that led to The Leveson inquiry. The report is a nightmare – but only for the old guard of Fleet Street.
November 30, 2012 | Categories: David Cameron, Economic Bullying, Economic Engineering, England, Insider Trading, Intellectual Property Rights, Intimacy Vs Information, Journalists, Privacy, Rupert Murdoch, Spying | Leave A Comment »
NGAPUHI IWI’S NOBLE MISSION STATEMENT & ECONOMIC CAPACITY BUILDING AS NEW ZEALAND’S OLDEST CITIZENS OF THE NORTHERN NEW ZEALAND TERRITORY
Beautiful are these words:
Our organisation was established to lead the spiritual, cultural, social and economic growth of Ngāpuhi. Our vision and mission is to ensure that the sacred house of Ngāpuhi stands firm. This is a vision we have and continue to strive towards.
Much more needs to happen for Ngapuhi Iwi peoples economic development. It’s more than time for that to happen today aye?! (more…)
November 27, 2012 | Categories: Aotearoa New Zealand, Economic Blue Prints Planning Per Region, Economic Bullying, Economic Engineering, iwi, Iwi Development, Maori, New Zealand, Ngapuhi, Ngapuhi Iwi, Politics, Song Lyrics, Te Tai Tokerau | Leave A Comment »
Suggestions to create young adults jobs: Youth should be supported more to create their own jobs. They make a promise to themselves. Then they do it. Their hearts will be less disappointed when they fulfill their own promise to their own generation.
Steven Joyce had a few suggestions, when I last blogged on that topic. I am conscious that I must try and be encouraging more so than a stinging critic. The latter all too easy to do, if you survived uber-competitive PR circles in Hollywood, The Enterainment Capital of the World as I did at one time in life. The toughest training ground a Kiwi with a Media degree, could ever make it through.
So, putting a happy cap on. Here’s what I think about the youth job market.
1. The current government favors the 50+, already established property buyer (at this current snap shot). Their rhetoric is largely geared towards that person. Fantastic if you’re one of those people in NZ. Yet for youth, what’s in it for them?
2. Starting your own company – form a youth gang, and like a ‘boy band’ or ‘a girl group’ work up your own products, staff, team, sales, markets, export markets. Nothing to lose in the current political environment. Do it for you!
3. Education: Should encourage students to start their own companies (eg: a study group could actually become a start up company of students). Then the tertiary, training providers supply the skills, knowledge networking provisions, and the right environment – to help students and their emerging companies and ideas – be stand alone earners when the students graduate. Or, the students are being supported to create their own jobs. That’s more real, and should be a norm given current economic data at end of year result of NZ society.
4. Angel Investors. Wealthy white people’s kids are leaping ahead. Why? Because GFC years were designed for wealthy kids to maintain a lead. If you don’t have wealthy parents, where does this leave NZ young people? They get no house deposit from their folks (eg: $30k-$40k). They don’t get a job from the folks friends networks either. Does the average NZ kid stand a chance? Yes… if angel investors step up and do some good, they still do. That needs to happen more.
5. Science, calculus, physics, financial literacy needs to be taught to all youth, not just wealthy kids in private schools. Or wealthy kids recieving the knowledge should run tutorials for the poorer kids after school and teach what they know. They could charge kids for the lessons too. Earn pocket money. (more…)
November 24, 2012 | Categories: Aotearoa New Zealand, Economic Blue Prints Planning Per Region, Economic Bullying, Economic Engineering, Economic Growth Planning, Economic Teen Bullying, Education, Employment, Entrepreneurs, Job, Job Creation, Jobs, Marketing and Branding, New Zealand, New Zealand Citizens, New Zealand's Got Talent, Steven Joyce, Tee Shirts, Teenagers, Young Adults Culture, Young Kiwis | 6 Comments »