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Fascism Climate Emergency
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Dr. Robert Reuschlein, Empire and Climate Expert Dr. Robert Reuschlein, Empire and Climate Expert
Madison , WI
Tuesday, August 27, 2019

 

Crisis of the Times

Strongmen are rising all over the world, as democracy retreats, just as the climate crisis emerges with ferocity.

First California had record fires, then the Canadian prairies caught fire giving a hazy sky over the Midwest where I live, then Siberia, then the Amazon fires started.  Those last fires were manmade, as a climate denier like America's Trump took power in Brazil.  That event encouraged the farmers to reclaim farmland from the forest.  Just like that fascism creates a climate emergency.  This means more than ever mankind needs to recognize my work creating accurate models of economics and the 54-year climate cycle that are each an order of magnitude better than the existing state of each art.  In fact, economists do not even believe a science of economics is even possible.  But a systems thinking engineer can do what the economists could not do.  With Greenland melting ten years ahead of schedule, clearly the climate crisis today is what fascism in Europe and Japan was 80 years ago, something that requires all of civilization to give it their best effort.  And each danger is better met with the strength that comes from low military spending strong economies unhindered by the restrictions of fascism, crime, social inequality, poor health, and corruption that spring from excessive militarism.

United States Turning Point

The United States of America faces an existential crisis point in the summer of the 50th anniversary of the moon-landing and the seventy-fifth anniversary of the D-Day invasion to recapture France from the Nazis.  A similar national effort is now needed to face the crisis of our times brought about by the Greenhouse effect.  Corrupt political forces like those of the Weimar Republic in Germany in the twenties have seized control of the Senate and Presidency of the largest economy in North America.

What America Needs

America needs a Truth and Reconciliation Commission for its age of empire like the one used in South Africa for the necessary healing to take place after Apartheid.  The excesses of militarism should not be papered over, whitewashed, and swept under the carpet, rather they should be faced up to squarely.  The world recognizes this much better than anyone in the United States can even dream about.  There are many voices that are ignored by the establishment and only tinkered with, poked and prodded, by the mainstream press.  The Church Commission of the seventies was a good place to start, too soon forgotten.

Showings Needed

Pulling back from the military brink comes easy to those who realize excessive militarism can poison the socioeconomic system and the future belongs to the low military spending nations.  Knowing the most likely times for major wars to occur and why they do so can help keep a nation from premature militarism or excessive defense measures during times of expected peace.  Showing that high military spending can lead to militaristic politics, high crime, and poor national health is an important part of the whole picture.  We can all spiral up together or we can spiral down together.

First Great Climate Cycle Presentation Inspired by Hurricane Sandy In 2012:

https://www.academia.edu/4044447/CLIMATE_CYCLE_Weather_Wealth_Wars_18ppt._3p._2013

Accurate Economics Model That Replaces Outdated Military Keynesianism In 2014:

https://www.academia.edu/5558307/ACCURATE_ECONOMICS_MODEL_US_18ppt_3p._2014

Please cite this work as follows:  Reuschlein, Robert. (2019, August 27), "Fascism Climate Emergency" Madison, WI, Real Economy Institute.  Retrieved from:  https://www.expertclick.com/NewsRelease/Fascism-Climate-Emergency,2019194224.aspx

Dr. Peace, Professor Robert Reuschlein, Real Economy Institute, Nominated Vetted 2016 (2 Web Looks), Given Odds 2017 (3 Web Looks), Strongly Considered 2018 (48 Web Looks, one million words) for Nobel Peace Prize, a favorite in 2019 (double pace of last year: 101 Strong Web Looks in 11 months) for Nobel Peace Prize to be announced Friday October 4th, 2019.

Contact: bobreuschlein@gmail.com,

Info: www.realeconomy.com

 
Dr. Robert W. Reuschlein
Economics Professor
Real Economy Institute
Madison, WI
 
 
 
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