How To Save Our World Economy - Video

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Tony

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Nov 20, 2011
Here is a link to a short video that I made about how to help to save and improve our world economy, I kept it short and I left a lot of stuff out, but I was able to talk about a few things that I think are important. I hope that you enjoy my video, and if you enjoy it then you are very welcome to share it with other people.

Link:

http://tinyurl.com/3b7jnxo

"Defend the cause of the weak and fatherless; maintain the rights of the poor and oppressed. Rescue the weak and needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked."

Psalm 82:3-4

And always remember the Golden Rule to treat other people as you would wish to be treated, and love your neighbor!

This is how we can, and should, and must, save and improve our entire world economy. Seriously, it is what our world needs.

If you like my video, and if you agree with what I said, then please share my video with other people.

We can, and we must, save and improve our entire world economy, and we need to do it NOW. And this will also help to make for a more just and peaceful world, and a happier world. We CAN do it!

Please pass it on if you agree!

We should, we can, and we must, improve our entire world economy, and we must do it NOW! We can do it, we need to work together as a team in good ways, and we can help to save each other.

Also, on the issue of saving and improving our world economy, here is a link for a thread that I started on the Greece Topix page about how to help to improve the situation in Greece and save Greece, please post any ideas there that you may have on how to help to improve the situation in Greece.

Link:

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/greece/TLP6Q...

Please pass it on to other people on the world wide web.

Happy Trails!

Tony V.
Tony

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Jan 11, 2012
It is up to us to enforce the trade rules that we want to live by, and which will help to save and improve our world economy, we can even create new rules if we need them for our survival and betterment. And we must support a labor movement in China the same as we supported Lech Walesa and Poland, and we must support fair pay for workers globally, and we must have the same environmental protection rules globally for our planet.

As it says in the Foundation Trilogy by Issac Asimov, "Violence is the last refuge for the incompetent." Thus, there may be some saber rattling by the communist government of China before they relinquish power to the people, but it must be done not only to improve the situation for the people of China but also to help to save and improve our world economy. And ultimately it can all be done peacefully as was the case with Lech Walesa and Poland.
Tony

United States

#3 Jan 23, 2012
Just in case any of you are into the arts, maybe some of you will like this...

Here is an acting scene on You Tube of me doing the Second Chorus from Anouilh's Antigone. My Uncle Dennis was my cameraman. I hope that you enjoy it. I will make more You Tube videos soon.

"Antigone, an adaptation of Sophocles's classic produced in the context of the anti-fascist French resistance, is Jean Anouilh's (1910–1987) most often-produced work today. Antigone premiered in Paris in 1944, but Anouilh had written his tale of lone rebellion against the state two years earlier, inspired by an act of resistance during Paris's occupation by the Nazis. In August 1942, a young man named Paul Collette fired at and wounded a group of directors during a meeting of the collaborationist Légion des volontaires français. Collette did not belong to a Resistance network or organized political group, but acted entirely alone and in full knowledge of his certain death. For Anouilh, Collette's solitary act—at once heroic, gratuitous, and futile—captured the essence of tragedy and demanded an immediate revival of Antigone. Aware of Anouilh's thinly veiled attack on the Vichy government, the Nazis censored Antigone immediately upon its release. It premiered two years later at the Théâtre de l'Atelier in Paris under the direction of André Barsacq, a few months before Paris' liberation. The play starred (his wife) Monelle Valentin as the doomed princess."

Here is the link for the video:

http://youtu.be/2NnXQpikxyk

Let me know what you think of it. Hopefully you enjoy it.

Tout les meilleur,

Tony V.

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