It is always history that is read instead of fortune tellers. One day people will be able to think in groups if they believe their own calculations. Calculations are not mystical things. They are numbers.
Some of us can not convince people to wake up. All we can do is quit before the misery starts.
Somebody is joking with this propaganda. Most people do not want to be seen as complainers and the rest do not understand how the acceleration of wealth is increased by ‘that’ wealth.
The number of people who compete by or with a “bugger your neighbor” attitude is mind boggling. They will drown fighting over the last life boat.
It does not occur to people to train up two billion people and the rest of the world could retire. Nope. They would rather bang their heads against the wall in competition. Reminds me up bone-heads changing lanes and racing for the red light on the horizon just to slam on the brakes and wait for the next opportunity to burn some gas.
Both have a question mark because both of them need YOU to write the governments, bombard them with tons of mail, email and call them on the phone and talk to them on the street. Interest rates need to be inched up, starting now, in a planned mathematical above the board way that INCLUDES all of the people. “Brian Elwin Pomeroy”
Stay ahead of the wealthy and spread it around.
What do the shareholders think is going to happen when, not if, the economy collapses?
appointing a chairman that does not instill trust amongst shareholders, the company has shown that it still has a lot to learn about respecting its owners. And that adds insult to injury after justifying Stronach’s golden handshake as the cost of making Magna an investor-friendly company.
In other words, Magna appears to be maintaining the arrogance of the Stronach years while ditching Magna’s founder’s unwavering opposition to leveraging. And that does not appear to bode well for a company known for frequently wasting shareholders money in the past.