posted Jan 7, 2010, 2:07 PM by Ray Tapajna   [ updated Dec 21, 2015, 8:48 AM ]
We explore the lost  worlds in the globalist free trade Flat World and the latent response of religion and philosophy to the global economic arena in the economic day where we spend most of our life
At our Tapsearch Com World and Ray Tapajna Info Net sites, we explore the issues related to free trade economics, workers dignity, the real free enterprise system, local value added economies, the latent response of religion and philosophy to the global economic arena, wars, globalization, money crisis and ways to restore our economy.We mix in our topical editorial Art that Talks. ( Search under - Double Talk
American Dream Reversed for more than a million references related to this artwork or see and note We trace the history of free trade
economics back to 1956. Online since 1998, we now have thousands of references and resources online. 
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Original main site and now is resource for a history and study of free trade economics - suggest students and educators review it.
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Online since 1998, tracing the history of free trade that demonstrates present day free trade as and economic process not trade as historically practiced and defined. It is more about divorcing investments from production and moving production anywhere in the world for the sake of cheaper labor markets. It is about manipulating the value of workers and labor for the sake of more profits. It degrades and deflates the value of workers and labor for this purpose. It is an economy based on making money on money instead of making things. In the process workers our insourced and outsourced for this purpose.

Our own federal government sponsored the moving of factories outside our country starting in 1956. It was supposedly a temporary program but it never ended and somewhere along the way  it was branded as free trade. 

***** - explores the lost worlds in the globalist flat world according to Thomas Friedman from the New York Times. He flies planes and rides trains across the world and comes up with conclusions where he points to the events he calls "flatteners" which evolved into so call free trade and globalization.   I ride in cabs and the cab drivers from all parts of the world tell me about the realities much better.  We challenge the  so called "flatteners" and point to the real events that drove free trade economics and globalization. We do not need any conspiracy theories to know free trade and globalization did not evolve in any natural economic fashion but was outside the will of the people by powerful elite groups.  See how Microsoft really developed and how the Y2k crisis saved President Clinton. 

***** - explores the lack of communication according to the will of the people in the real world from the streets of U.S I worked in several factories while goint to college and found a void between the factory floors and the college classroom. This void never was filled in my life. Even though I had some of the best philosophy teachers ever in college. There is a setting in our society where communications by rank control our societies where workers not having any voice in their destiny. Our government and other leaders including the news channels communicate with a "plantation owner" mentality. - explores the globalist using
free trade economics as their tool - about the grand betrayal of workers and the free enterprise system. Includes for Whom the Bell Tolls - a list of jobs losses and company close downs in just a single year when President Clinton was proclaiming economic prosperity. Millions lost their jobs and businesses during the period in history due to free trade economics.  - the story of Clinton and his part in Reversing the American Dream in the Land of "is" where everything depends on what each person's definition of "is" -is.  This takes you through my life experiences and how the free market was always reserved for just a few to enjoy. Here I also have images of my living healing art based on color therapy and imagery studies live and in motion. - a review noting Pope Benedict suggesting the use of subsidiarity which means making all decisions at the lowest level possible. - HIllary wasn't home baking cookies when her husband pushed the passage of free trade economics. -  How the American people were trapped in a failed process in the global economy. Real world news from the streets of U.S.A. as people living out their lives and economic day while having very little power over the proces. - Our dysfunctional global economic world with the economic day being turned upside down. -
Comparison of Mother Teresa and Alan Greenspan with story about the Confessions of an Economic Hit Man- John Perkins. Perkins tells about the real money powers that rule our economic lives.

In the sites below, we explore the latent response of religion and philosophy to the global economic arena

In the following sites our studies continue in various ways. We must find ways to make it easier to be good and ways to stop living off the suffering of those who make the things we use and consume ( A spiritual tune up )
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Our inspiration to keep our efforts going for workers dignity, local and value added economies, the free enterprise system and the social gospel where all have a right to enjoy a just reward for  the fruits of their
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"Do not depend on the hope or results, When you are doing the sort of work you have taken on, you may have to face the fact that your work will be apparently worthless and even achieve no worth at all, if not
perhaps, results opposite to what you expect. As you get used to this idea, you will start more and more to concentrate not on the results, but on the value , the rightness, the truth of the work itself. -" 
Thomas Merton 

In his address to our Congress, Pope Francis mentioned Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day the co founder of the Catholic Workers with Peter Maurin.  In reading our material, you will find much relating to their works. Plus a major guide in my life is Jacque Maritain who I believe was the last great philosopher in modern times. 
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