Tuesday, September 9, 2014

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GAIA PORTAL: Supremacy of Higher Light transformations remains a constant as Gaia arises in consciousness



Supremacy of Higher Light transformations remains a constant as Gaia arises in consciousness
by √ČirePort

Supremacy of Higher Light transformations remains a constant as Gaia arises in consciousness.

Separation of lower vibrationals from Gaia ascendant occurs via quantized steps.

Lower vibrationals can not subsist with Gaia ascendant and are being left behind [retired and re-located for future growth opportunities might be more accurate, nobody gets left behind... -AK] as Hue-Beings and hu-beings travel the ascendant path.

Extraneous constructs fall rapidly as currents rise.

Cross-dimensional realizations occur within each species, and in grand rapidity, at this moment.

√ČirePort | September 9, 2014 at 10:10 | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/p2sFUY-su

Obama's Former Chief Economist Calls For An End To US Dollar Reserve Status


http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-09-08/obamas-former-chief-economist-calls-end-us-dollar-reserve-status

Obama's Former Chief Economist Calls For An End To US Dollar Reserve Status

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 09/08/2014 16:51 -0400

Authored by Jared Bernstein, originally posted Op-Ed at The NY Times,

There are few truisms about the world economy, but for decades, one has been the role of the United States dollar as the world’s reserve currency. It’s a core principle of American economic policy. After all, who wouldn’t want their currency to be the one that foreign banks and governments want to hold in reserve?

But new research reveals that what was once a privilege is now a burden, undermining job growth, pumping up budget and trade deficits and inflating financial bubbles. To get the American economy on track, the government needs to drop its commitment to maintaining the dollar’s reserve-currency status.

The reasons are best articulated by Kenneth Austin, a Treasury Department economist, in the latest issue of The Journal of Post Keynesian Economics (needless to say, it’s his opinion, not necessarily the department’s). On the assumption that you don’t have the journal on your coffee table, allow me to summarize.

It is widely recognized that various countries, including China, Singapore and South Korea, suppress the value of their currency relative to the dollar to boost their exports to the United States and reduce its exports to them. They buy lots of dollars, which increases the dollar’s value relative to their own currencies, thus making their exports to us cheaper and our exports to them more expensive.

In 2013, America’s trade deficit was about $475 billion. Its deficit with China alone was $318 billion.

Though Mr. Austin doesn’t say it explicitly, his work shows that, far from being a victim of managed trade, the United States is a willing participant through its efforts to keep the dollar as the world’s most prominent reserve currency.

When a country wants to boost its exports by making them cheaper using the aforementioned process, its central bank accumulates currency from countries that issue reserves. To support this process, these countries suppress their consumption and boost their national savings. Since global accounts must balance, when “currency accumulators” save more and consume less than they produce, other countries — “currency issuers,” like the United States — must save less and consume more than they produce (i.e., run trade deficits).
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