Posted by: Dr Pano Kroko Churchill | July 11, 2014

Liberation Economics

Liberation Economy is a branch of Economics that I founded in the Ecumenical human belief that we are all in this together.

And so should be held as a principle that our Economics should not be the main reason to divide us.

We were able to discern the flash points in our experience, by examining our history, and digging deep in our philosophy– and we address these one by one as the story of man unfolds.

The pursuit of Liberty is the prime reason for our existence.

The arrival at Meaning is the second.

Purpose is the third and soon…

Additionally we will examine all other reasons…

But Great as all of these are — the Free Will to Move is first.

Freedom.

Freedom connotes no borders, no visas, no passports and no prohibition to find us stopped on the wrong side of a border.

The close interpretation of this Free Will principle is clearly aligned with the Free Movement doctrine that attests to the Liberty and Free Will endowed upon man.

In turn this idea gave rise to the Economic Theory of Open Borders.

And this theory holds fast against attacks, by trivialist economists, because upon careful analysis it has been proven that a policy allowing Freedom of Movement for all human Beings and declaring Open Borders would by the way, eliminate global poverty.

Truly eliminate famine, starvation, malnutrition and privation throughout the world.

The Open Borders Policy — if implemented — would significantly reduce inequality, and also more than double the World’s  GDP — all within a very short time.

Think about the WTO and examine how in the short 30 years of it’s existence the World Trade Organization has fostered smart changes in our global GDP that allowed us to triple it’s value.

And although the WTO only dealt with goods and services — it radically altered global tariffs, regulations, customs taxation, hindrances to international commerce, and thus opened whole countries to competition and to the world.

The so called globalization is far short of what the name suggest, because if my suitcases can go to Myanmar but myself am prevented from travelling there — I’ll let you guess, which one is the most important cargo…

Free Will Movement and Liberation Economics, is to up all barriers to trade, and human movement. It’s a studious approach to Liberty. It’s a way to implement decisions and alter policies to reflect total freedom of movement of people, goods, and services.

If my ideas herewith can travel throughout the globe and be read by everyone who has an Internet connection — what purpose does it serve to prevent me from teaching to them directly?

Think of this…

Yet for the idea that we can double and even triple global GDP by opening up borders to the movement and the Free Flow of people let’s assume, for the sake of the argument, that these estimates are broadly correct.

If this is correct — can you think of any other policy whose potential impact has been measured along one or more of these dimensions?

Do you see the profound effect of this single reform?

Do you know of any other policy that could have such a profound global effect on poverty, inequality and GDP ?

And which policy initiative — even the Millennial Goals — could be compared to the tremendous potential of the OBLE?

None.

Because the OBLE = Open Borders Liberation Economics, is scalable and instantly effective.

Of course me and my colleagues are constantly persecuted for our heretical ideas….

Be that as it may:

 

Yours,

Dr Kroko

PS:

“Rejoice in that day and leap for joy, because great is your reward in heaven. For that is how their ancestors treated the prophets”.

“Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you”.

Matthew 5:11-12


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