In the News (from EUobserver): “A first report by the EU commission looking at macro-economic data across the bloc up until 2010 warns that 12 countries, including Italy and Spain are at risk of new crises due to their public debt and lack of competitiveness.
“Part of legislation strengthening economic surveillance, the ‘Alert Mechanism Report’ published on Tuesday (14 February) singles out Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Hungary, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK as in need for further ‘in depth’ scrutiny of their macro-economic policies.”
My Comment: But there is no possibility to review it because without transforming the system of excessive consumption into that of limited consumption, it is necessary to stimulate demand, but it does not exist because the population is becoming poorer. The circle is closed.
The whole system has to be changed—to work as necessary and to dedicate all the free time to integral education, meaning to raising a human being. This will produce positive forces in society and nature and will fill everyone, as if they received all abundance of the world. It is because we have been created this way.