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1.10.160 Governments: Using defence savings to invest in this Bond
I don't want rich Tribes wealth to be lowered. I want their wealth to increase as part of the 12-12-12 initiative.
Governments of the richest Tribal Sovereign States are directed to use the billions they will save in defence cuts to invest in the War Bond and to help the poor in their own countries. No wars will mean MASSIVE savings. Borrow against this certainty now, because its now the poor need help. There is no excuse though for homelessness or hunger in a "developed" tribe or an oil rich one. Deal with these problems first.
Governments of the richest tribal Sovereign states are also directed to invest some of their social security savings (pensions) nest egg into War Bonds. Aim for 12% of the total fund.
Do not raise personal income taxes to fund War Bonds unless more than 70% of the local population agree. Investigate my patented Robin Hood initiative (6.20) at the first opportunity as a way of creating a brand new source of government income and catalyst for job creation.
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