What can you do?

After many of my speeches a common question is ,’What can one person do to change the future?‘ This is a question that has been asked through the ages by people who do not agree with the structure of the world around them. Amid the information and educational revolution there is no excuse for the individual not to understand and have an opinion. The key steps for change are as follows:-

  1. The greater the number of people who are aware of the problems the world faces, the more likely we are to be able to solve them.
  1. Start by seeing the danger ahead, if not for ourselves but for our children. Stop sleep walking with the others and take responsibility for our future.
  1. Become informed, and express this information to your friends and colleagues, drawing upon the cycles described in BREAKING THE CODE OF HISTORY to inform your perspective on what is really going on.
  1. Demand much more from our leadership, and be clear on what defines good leadership so that you can recognize it when you see it and support it at every level of our society. To change the course of the future for the better, we will need collectively to discover and demonstrate something very special in the form of iconic leadership.



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"Become informed, and express this information etc"

I look at England and Europe from the perspective of the US. Granted not likely to be a very clear picture even with some research.

To start with I see the nations of Europe and compare that to the individual states of the US. The nations of Europe are linked by treaty. If the EU were a Federal union, as is the US then they would no longer be countries but states. The view of the voting populations of the US towards their Federal union and the Euro-zone towards their (union?) has got to be much different.

The politicians of Europe appear determined to move towards a Federal union, probably to increase their control over the population.

The individual citizens of theses counties must identify much more closely with the cultures of their individual countries. Therefore the citizens of the US identify much better with the concept of a United States.

Where am I going with this? The FED vs the ECB and their actions, QE vs no QE, there appears like there is much less comfort on the part of individual member of the ECB towards QE, then there is among individual members of the FED. Do the ECB members feel individual risk involved in such a move as compared with FED members? Is there substantial risk to individual ECB members from lawsuits because of treaty violations associated with doing QE?