For many years, I have attempted to improve their training, though none of those potential students appear to have the necessary talent to achieve the required standard. Initiative and imagination are often beyond their abilities. Their grasp of the ethereal is frequently dismal. They usually mistake wealth for wisdom.
What is quantitative easing?
The correct answer is quite simple.
The incorrect answers are most amusing in the short-term though they, and the correct answer, are likely to end in tragedy.
A way to stimulate the economy.
The correct answer is:
The nationalisation of the ethereal
Over in the service wing of Villa Twaklinilkawt, the servants of art and enlightenment have been doing their best, for many years, to grasp the essence of the ethereal economy. That is their main duty.
For any bankers, especially central bankers, wishing to improve their abilities, here is a little preliminary test:
1. How do you apply quantitative easing to assist peace and peace?
3. How do you apply quantitative easing when supporting the duties of enlightened leaders?
4. How do you apply quantitative easing when I am on my way to the UK?
The answer to all four questions is the same: You do not.
Empires always rely on financial systems, therefore they are never independent.
Financial systems themselves are like an empire, yet they cannot be controlled by anyone or anything, except trust. And trust is ethereal, just like mistrust.
Trust can be established and re-established by establishing very local currency networks. Whenever a local currency is trusted, it can thrive, and so can the local economy dependent upon it. This has already been established with great success in Nilkawt.
The ethereal economy is based on nothing more than symbolic value. This is the economy through which central bankers are attempting to apply quantitative easing. They are doing so by printing money and lending it to themselves via other financial entities, most of which are untrustworthy.
Most banks are owned by individuals called shareholders. Those shareholders either hold shares individually or in groups, or in both ways. The groups of individuals are often known as institutional investors.
As already mentioned, financial systems and financial markets run on trust. They do not run on the vanity of greed. They are destroyed by that vanity.
Reasonably cautious, trustworthy people mainly fear being duped. They are usually on their guard against untrustworthiness. In view of this, they expect other cautious, trustworthy persons to help them establish measures to prevent greed.
I do my best to instill fear in persons exhibiting greediness. When they are afraid of the consequences of their actions, they proceed with greater caution.
When greedy people are not afraid, there is likely to be corruption occurring in a society. That must itself be overcome.
1. Through journalism for peace
2. By asking the following question:
Can real art save the world?
3. By creating world peace
4. By taking a journey from the West to Enlightenment
5. By upholding enlightened rights for all humans
7. By understanding the duties of enlightened leaders
8. By knowing when I am on my way to the UK
9. By establishing financial peace of mind
10. By reading, writing and publishing literature for peace
Unfortunately, there are potentially many significant matters remaining strictly confidential by law. I do not, therefore, have the confidence to say that I have all the necessary information at hand to assist you to the extent I would consider sufficient.
If you are a servant of art and/or enlightenment, do please make your way to the natural common room and to the service wing for further support. If you want to learn more about the Nilkawtian financial system, then you may wish to visit its digital embassy.